Gentle flow is a slower paced class. Postures are held a little longer and the transitions between poses are slower. This class is good for beginners and those who want a more meditative practice. No prior experience necessary.
Yoga for Veterans is a trauma-sensitive class that supports recovery and resilience by building strength, flexibility and stability. Classes incorporate mindful breathing and meditation, mindful movement and iRest yoga Nidra. This class is suitable for all levels, including those with physical challenges.
Yin Yoga is a class using floor poses that are held for longer periods of time, typically 3-5 minutes. It is often used as a complement to more active yoga classes. On the physical level, holding poses longer targets the fascia and connective tissue to increase circulation within the joints and to improve flexibility. Yin also offers the opportunity to cultivate stillness, which is calming and balancing for both body and mind. This class is accessible for all practitioners.
REWIND yoga is a 60 minute evidence-based class designed to assist Boomers (50+) in aging gracefully. REWIND incorporates specific poses and adaptations, breathing practices and mindfulness techniques that have been shown to help improve functional fitness and balance, reduce stress, alleviate symptoms associated with chronic conditions and promote healthy body awareness.
This 60 minute class begins with 30 minutes of gentle yoga to relax the body. We then move into a guided meditation that focuses on noticing sensation in the body. This practice can help alleviate symptoms of many conditions, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, and chronic pain.
For a sample of what Yoga Nidra is like, click HERE for an audio sample from Yoga Journal.
completed her 200-hour training in the Viniyoga lineage in 2005 and the Baptiste Level One training in 2013. Though she enjoys the physical challenge of a power vinyasa class, taking Richard Miller's Level One iRest Yoga Nidra training was a turning point in deepening her appreciation for the subtle ways in which yoga can be a transformative practice for reconnecting with the body. She loves teaching yoga as a means to help people get back in touch with their bodies in a compassionate way and build resiliency. She has specialized training in Adaptive Yoga from Matthew Sanford of Mind Body Solutions, as well as Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and meditation through Warriors at Ease. Her classes are a combination of slow, mindful movement and longer holding postures, creating space for a deeper integration of body, mind, and spirit.
Email directly at Kim@RestoringBalanceAZ.com
6:00 - 7:00pm
5:30 - 6:30pm
Group Yoga Prices
Class will NOT be cancelled if there is a client registered, even if there is only one.
Classes with no registrations two (2) hours before the scheduled meeting time will be cancelled and the teacher will be released.
Please complete the form below or call/text (253) 549-5342 to let Kim know you're coming!
Yoga Class Descriptions and Schedule
4pm - 5pm
YOGA can INCREASE
Flexibility . Balance . Toning . Peace of Mind
Management of Chronic Conditions . Mental Discipline . Resilience
In the event that you have trouble with this registration form, please text us a message at (253) 549-5342 if you are coming!
9am - 10am
10:30 - 11:30am
First 4 classes
“Yoga is not a religion.
It is a science, science of well-being, science of youthfulness,
science of integrating body, mind and soul.”
― Amit Ray
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