Yoga was developed in India as a comprehensive system for well-being on all levels: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. People use various aspects of Yoga to help raise their quality of life in such diverse areas as fitness, stress relief, wellness, vitality, mental clarity, healing, peace of mind and spiritual growth. Brew Fitness offers different styles of Yoga for you based on what you want your practice to focus on.
Yoga Flow is a Vinyasa style class is for all levels intended to challenge both the body and mind. This style links movement with breath to build heat and strength within your practice. Be prepared to move but know that child’s pose is always a great option. Poses will warm up the muscles and allow the body to relax and deepen into postures. Know that any pose can be modified or amplified to suit your practice, and most importantly don’t forget to have fun!
Yoga Yin is the perfect gentle class for those looking to unwind and restore, all while creating openness in the hips, shoulders, low back, and more. This class consists of mostly seated or reclined postures held for extended periods of time (anywhere from 3-8 minutes) to help target tight joints and connective tissue. For a more restorative take on this practice the use of props is encouraged to really allow your body to completely release into each pose to receive its full benefits.
Yoga Up® is an excellent opportunity to add something new to your daily yoga practice, and still stay with the wonderful community that you know. This all levels class will challenge, motivate and energize you. Yoga Up provides a full body workout that includes Sun Salutations, Cardio Training, Yoga Super Sets (yoga poses with and without weights, balances, core work, cardio blasts), Yin poses and Stretches. No two classes are alike, continuing to strengthen your mind and body.
No matter what style of Yoga you prefer, the dedicated instructors at Brew Fitness are here to help guide and challenge you ever step of the way. We encourage new students to try Yoga or to incorporate Yoga into their current fitness routine.