Ashtanga

Ashtanga is an athletic flow combining strength, flexibility and endurance, which can be practiced by yogis of all levels, and is particularly accommodating to newer practitioners. Literally translated, “Ashtanga Yoga” means “eight-limbed yoga”, which is a powerful, healing practice. It is a specific sequence of postures (asanas) linking breath (pranayama) and movement (vinyasa).  Students are introduced to Ashtanga yoga’s Sun Salutations and basic sequences for standing, sitting, supine and prone asanas, Practice always culminates with savasana, and deep relaxation meditation.

Yoga for 12 Step Recovery

Yoga of 12 Step Recovery (Y12SR) combines the practical tools of the 12-step program with the ancient wisdom of yoga. Combining the two creates a model that truly addresses addiction as the physical, mental, and spiritual disease that it is. Y12SR works through a holistic approach that connects the dots between neuroscience, trauma healing, cognitive and somatic-based methods. Its mission is to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by substance and behavioral addictions, and to enhance physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

Y12SR is a 12-step based discussion and yoga practice that is open to anyone and everyone dealing with their own addictive behavior or affected by the addictive behavior of others. This is an open and inclusive group. EVERYONE IS WELCOME. You do not need to be a member of a 12-step program to participate.

Please wear comfortable clothing. Classes may incorporate pranayama (breathwork), guided meditation, a reading/quote, and other practices. Expect approximately 35 minutes of sharing and 35 minutes of asana (yoga poses).

Y12SR is donation based. Please give what you can. One-third of donations go to the studio for hosting, one-third to the space holder, and one-third to an addiction-based charity.

Y12SR meets the 3rd Tuesday and 1st Saturday of each month.

 Community Yoga

Sliding Scale DONATION

This Hatha/Gentle style yoga class offers a perfect place for beginners to try out Yoga in a warm and welcoming space, and for long-term practitioners to get back to basics and deepen their practice amongst community. Poses will be explained in detail, and students are given time to find comfort and ease in each posture. The physical asana portion of each class contains: warm-ups, sun salutations, balancing, back bends, forward bends, twists, and inversions - the body will be stretched in all directions, and strengthened mindfully. Classes may also include basic breathing practices, meditation or yoga nidra. This is a DONATION based class and available to every body.

Meets 12pm on Tuesdays (Studio) and Thursdays (Virtual)

 

Promotions & Events

         

Spring Class Pass Special 10 Classes/$100 on sale through 3/27/21

 

   Spring Yin Yoga Workshop with Cat

             Sunday April 25th 3-5pm, Cost: $30

    Join Cat Lynch Capowski for a yin yoga workshop on sequence focuses on the Liver and Gallbladder  Meridians, which support the body’s natural digestive and detoxification functions. This practice is all  about embracing the opportunity to shed old unwanted layers and making a conscious choice to begin  again. Cat will guide you with breathwork, guided meditation, self- massage on Liver /Gallbladder  meridian acupressure points, yin yoga poses and a therapeutic journaling option to welcome the changing  season and connect in community together.  

Yin yoga targets the connective tissues such as the ligaments, bones and joints of the body that normally are not exercised in a more active style of asana practice. Energetically Yin yoga opens the body’s  meridian system, which enhances the body’s energetic flow and supports emotional equilibrium. The asanas combined with deep, focused breathing encourage you to tune in and listen to your body. Poses  are floor based and are held between 3-5 minutes to liberate the body’s chronic holding patterns and  relieve pain.

Yoga at Pine Hollow Arboretum with Jammella

Join Jammella for a beautiful morning of Yoga at Pine Hollow Arboretum. This one hour class, held at Magnolia Field, is an open level gentle vinyasa class designed to recalibrate your mind, body and breath. We will welcome our body to a new day; focusing on breath and alignment, while incorporating dynamic movements to relieve tension leaving you feeling present, aware and ready to enter the rest of your day with peace and energy. This class is open to all and modifications will be given to support all bodies and levels. Staff at Pine Hollow Arboretum will be available to answer any questions if you decide to stay explore the grounds after class.
 
Pricing: $25/class or $100 for the series (5 classes 6/13, 7/11, 8/8, 9/12 & 10/10)
 
Registration is required. We currently have parking restrictions so we have to limit this class to 20 clients/cars. If carpooling is possible we will be able to increase capacity to 25. If you are able to carpool please call 518-928-4708. Check In & Guidelines: We suggest you arrive for class approximately 30 minutes early for parking and check-in. Masks are required until you are seated on your mat & when social distancing is not possible.

Reminders

Due to our new limitations on capacity, we ask you to please be mindful of cancelling at least 1 hour prior to class so that other clients may attend.

Email questions to larkstreetyoga@gmail.com or feel free to contact us directly at 518-928-4708. Follow us on Instagram & Facebook for daily and weekly schedule updates.