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Perfect for beginners and for those who want to refine their practice. Each class will cover the building blocks of yoga with careful instruction, proper alignment of postures, breathe and meditation. Build foundation for better mobility, strength and balance.
** Class is appropriate for beginners
Class begins with a gentle warm up of the joints and muscles leading into standing postures. The standing postures are held longer to increase stamina , strength, and muscle tone. This class is lighter on the joints than a vinyasa class as there is less weight bearing postures and does not include sun salutations. This class ends with stretches to compliment your practice , meditation and relaxation.
** Class is appropriate for beginners
A slower paced flow that is a great way to counteract a fast paced life off your mat. You are given time to find comfort and ease in each posture. Linking poses but moving at a slower mindful pace between the postures. The class ends with seated stretches, meditation and relaxation.
Experience is needed for this class
For those new to yoga, it is recommend trying Fundamentals of Yoga, Hatha, or Yin first.
Next step after Grateful Flow. This class is geared to those with yoga experience as well as advanced practitioners, Options will be given to fit various practice levels.
You are lead through class with a creative and accessible flow including a mix of sun salutations, standing poses, backbends, forward bends, balances, and twists all of which are offered to fit individual needs.
Class ends with stretches to compliment your practice, meditation and relaxation
For those new to yoga, it is recommend trying Fundamentals of Yoga, Hatha, or Yin first
Most challenging of all the flow classes. Vinyasa Flow is for students who have a regular practice and are looking to evolve to their next level. These classes will get you moving at a quick pace. They range in difficulty, and variations are offered for every student in class. Challenging endurance as well as strength. Classes may include arm balances and intermediate inversions.These classes are open to all levels, but basic experience with yoga is helpful.
For those brand to yoga, it is recommend trying Fundamentals of Yoga, Hatha, or Yin first
This class will include Gentle Yoga ending with guided meditation based on heart opening and self acceptance.
We’ll open our practice with gentle movement focusing on loosening our joints and opening our hearts. Creating space and unblocking pathways in order to receive light and grace.
We’ll then drop into breath work and a guided gratitude meditation.
Practicing gratitude opens our awareness to everything that’s going well in the present moment and allows us to negate stagnant energy.
**Class is appropriate for beginners
Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with seated or supine postures that are held for longer periods of time using support from props. Yin Yoga not only helps you to stretch and lengthen the muscles and tissues, it also teaches you how to breathe through the stretch and sit with your thoughts.
** Class is appropriate for beginners
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Unlimited Yoga Valid for 30 Days from date of activation. Does not include workshops.
6 month commitment– Autobilled each month. can cancel anytime after 6 month commitment. Unlimited Yoga Does not include workshops.
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Valid only for High School and College Students
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I grew up in East Northport. I've been a yoga student since I was in High School . While living and working in the City, I continued to study yoga. In 2006, I earned my 200 Hour Yoga Certificate from Yoga Works NYC training with Jodie Rufty , Jenny Arthur and Alan Finger; I began teaching shortly after. While teaching, I worked towards and earned my 500 Hour Teaching Certificate from Yoga Sutra NYC in 2010, training with Guta Hedewig, Jill Cammera, Edwin Bryant, Chase Bossart and Adrienne Burke. I have been grateful to receive educational hours with Jason Crandell , Srivatsa Ramaswami , Rodeny Yee, Todd Norian and Beryl Birch. In 2011, I moved back to East Northport and have been teaching locally and privately since. I am trained in Vinyasa, Alignment and Classical Methods by Krishnamacharya lineage. I enjoy teaching anatomy based alignment and also enjoy teaching creative vinyasa flow. Yoga has been a very big part of my life for many years, I thank Pamela Shannon for her constant encouragement to pursue teaching in the early 2000's. I always wanted to have my own studio in order to create a community and share my love and knowledge in yoga. I'm very excited to have a studio in my home town of East Northport.
Vanessa took her first yoga class in 2005 and she fell in love with the practice in that first savasana. Overwhelmed with an intense feeling of contentment as her super busy mind slowed and was quiet. Vanessa believes yoga is for every body, you can find her on the mat sharing yoga with students of all ages. Vanessa is a RYT-500, a R-CYT and a Certified YogaKids Teacher and Trainer. Teaching yoga to both children and adults has become her life’s passion. She is honored and blessed to share mindfulness, asana and fun during all of her classes.
A loving mother of two beautiful girls, Christina Prodromakis fell in love with yoga in 2004. She has practiced numerous forms of Hatha Yoga including Anusara and Vinyasa with respected teachers such as Noah Maze, Sean Corn, Sue Elkin, Naime Jezzeny and Bryan Kest. Between 2001 and 2012, Christina completed over 100 hours of Anusara training with Ashleigh Sergeant and 200 hour teacher training through Yoga Works. She has also completed 30 hours of Restorative and Trauma based Yoga with Annie Piper. Christina's love for teaching yoga comes from her extensive knowledge of yoga and passion to teach.
Yoga became part of Lauren’s routine in college. It became an outlet. In moments of chaos or unpleasantness she reverted to her practice. After a couple of years, Lauren began to reflect and realized she wanted to share and spread these gifts. She believes the purpose of life is to help others. To work on ourselves daily in order to better serve the world. Lauren obtained her 200 hour certification with Gritty Buddha's Life Enrichment Program. She is also certified in Karmic Yoga through United We Om and Children’s Yoga through Yogi Beans. Lauren is a certified Second Degree Reiki healer and has completed a 100 hour Meditation Certification from Two Point Om.
Jenn has had many unique opportunities and experiences throughout her life that contributed to the path she walks today. She grew up as a competitive dancer and has spent most of her life training at many prestigious schools in New York City for contemporary dance. She has graced the stage in an array of dance companies based both inside and outside of NYC. A spinal injury and battle with anorexia in her late teens temporarily suspended dancing but introduced yoga and meditation to her life. Over the years, yoga became her best friend. It brought so much more than just physical relief, but mental and spiritual awakenings as well.
In early 2020 Jenn was granted a scholarship to the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health to become a Yoga Teacher and currently holds 200 Hour Kripalu Certification . With additional 225 hours of studying with expertise in Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Meditation, and Advanced Pranayama. Jenn is also a certified Reiki Master, works with Vibrational Energy Tuning, and offers Sound Journey events with her partner, Sam.Practicing yoga, meditation and pranayama opened a door for Jenn which would lead her down a path that brought an overwhelming sense of wellbeing and eventually, a calling to guide others through their journey.
Jenn’s mission as a yoga teacher is to guide her students through a sacred journey. An allowing of returning home to themselves and navigating their inner landscape in a safe and supportive environment. Her offerings are focused on the deepening relationship between breath and body awareness and igniting prana (Universal life force energy activated by breath) to guide movement. It is her greatest passion in life to provide this potent medicine to our community.
RYT 200, RYT 500My mission is to share the passion and dedication of my yoga practice and help you achieve your physical and life goals. Prior to his discovery of Ashtanga yoga 6 years ago, Mark studied Tibetan Lama Pai and Choy Li Fut Kung Fu for 11 years and received his black belt in 1999. A former college pitcher, he has spent his entire life training his body by weight lifting, cross fit, running and eating healthy (aspiring flexitarian), all of which influence his energizing and engaging style of teaching. Find Mark on instagram @yogimark1
Where Yoga and Community Meet.
Your Yoga Place is accessible and welcoming to every BODY. Our mission is to provide accessible and creative yoga. This is a place geared to not only strengthen and connect to the body and mind but also to each other in the community.
Office Hours: There is someone at the studio during class times. If you are stopping by in between class times, please call ahead to make sure we will be there to help you. You can also email us by clicking the link below
58 Larkfield Road, East Northport, New York 11731, United States
*Click on Schedule link above to enroll for a class. *Please bring your own mat and props. At this time mats will not be provided. If you should need other props please ask instructor. Thank You
*Street parking is available . There are also municipal parking lots which can be accessed between 9th & 10th Avenues off of Larkfield Road.
* Please bring a mat with you. All other props are provided
*Please do not arrive more than 15 minutes before scheduled class time.
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