Yoga Nidra by Cynthia Kane
Sunday, June 25 5:30 - 6:45
$30.00 for members, $35.00 for non-members
$30 Introductory Offer: 2 weeks unlimited yoga classes


 
TO ENTER THE BUILDING, PRESS 3227# ON THE SMALL BOX TO THE RIGHT OF THE DOOR.

Lisa Loring

Lisa Loring has been practicing and studying yoga for over 24 years. Her main certifications in two complementing yoga traditions; Embodyoga and Forrest Yoga with additional certifications in Yin Yoga, Adaptive Yoga and Pranayama and Meditation.

Embodyoga uses the fluidity of vinyasa to explore the poses and move with ease. Forrest Yoga is more of a hatha style with a great emphasis on alignment and an invitation to deepen the breath as a way focus and deepen experiences of the poses and the practice.

Lisa weaves principles from Yin, Meditation and Yogic Philosophy into every class and also teaches these practices in stand-alone classes that feature their best aspects. Furthermore, she incorporates techniques from these perspectives with modified movements in Adaptive classes in order to open yoga to older and mobility challenged populations.

Connecting the dots between the practice of yoga and real life is Lisa’s passion. She strives to teach yoga in a way that offers a path to living life skillfully and in a way that feels healthy, more functional and whole. Come away from any practice with Lisa connected, revitalized, stronger and feeling spacious.



Lisa Loring instructs the following:
  • Hatha Flow All Levels
  • This class is open to all levels, but it is not intended for brand-new students.
     
    It focuses on breath, strength and alignment. This class is designed to cultivate the breath as the source of strength to carry students through their practice. Students can expect a strong emphasis on pranayama, core work supported by the breath and precise guidance through progressively built sequences. Poses are held longer as in the Hatha tradition with elements of Vinyasa yoga. Class is conducted at a comfortable temperature. 

  • Vinyasa All Levels
  • The class includes a proper full body warm-up, mindful movement and sequencing, attention to safe alignment, and clear guidance of breath-initiated flow. While the class is geared toward the intermediate practitioner, modifications are made to suit newer students and variations for the more experienced student.
     

    This is not a hot yoga class. The studio temperature will be adjusted depending on outside weather conditions to suit the comfort level of students and to optimize the benefits of the practice. Usually, the temperature will range between 76 degrees and 80 degrees, with the maximum being the exception rather than the rule.