At SoundYoga our classes are designed to meet a variety of Yoga experience. All classes are sequenced by experienced Yoga instructors with your health and safety in mind. Morning classes are more energizing while evening classes are more relaxing. The following descriptions will help you to choose the class that is right for you.
“It is truly a warm, inviting atmosphere where each student can enjoy the experience of developing a healthy, more flexible and well balanced body.” – Linda H.
Practice the basic Yoga postures – and beyond! Appropriate for any level of Yoga experience. The practice will be built upon the needs of each student.
Restorative Yoga for Restful Sleep
A blend of gentle and restorative Yoga to help you unwind and de-stress from your day so you can ease into a restful night of rejuvenation. Great for your body, mind and health.
Moving slowly with the breath allows you to feel each posture deeply. We will integrate both dynamic and static movement as we explore the restorative benefits of Yoga. The class will include sound in movement, seated breathing and meditation.
This class uses a combination of dynamic as well as static postures (asanas) to help build flexibility & strength. The practice will change from week to week progressing to a deeper level of relaxation, increasing stamina and expanding energy. Beginners welcome!
For students who have some experience with Yoga I classes and are ready for a more advanced class. Practice the basic postures in more challenging ways, further developing your strength, flexibility and balance.
Designed for students who have some experience in the basics of yoga and are interested in furthering their knowledge with the practice of asanas, pranayama and meditation. NOTE: Requires three months prior experience.
Strong Bones Yoga
Improve posture, build strong bones, and strengthen muscles by incorporating light to moderate weights into your yoga practice. A video version of this course is now available in both VHS and DVD!
Where did yoga come from? What is the philosophy behind the practice of yoga? What are the eight limbs of yoga? Find the answers to these and many more questions through presentation and discussion of the principles that guide our yoga practice.
Class held off-site. Call for address: 206.938.8195
Explore simple mantras and longer chants from the Vedas of India. Beginners welcome!
Please visit the website of the Kadampa Meditation Center to get more information.