Specialty Yoga Classes
All specialty Yoga classes are held in the Yoga Room Specialty Classes $5/members, $15/non-members
This class builds strength, stamina, coordination, and flexibility by combining traditional yoga postures with mindful breathwork. Each class is uniquely designed by the instructor to provide a balance between fluid movement and steady pose holds. Previous experience with fitness and/or yoga is beneficial, but not required to enjoy this class. *Most Flow classesareheated to 85-95 degrees. See schedule for non-heated Flow classes.
This is a slow-moving, deep stretching class that penetrates into the connective tissues, joints, and fascia of the body to expand flexibility. Yin Yoga invites practitioners to slow down and create space for stillness in the body and mind. Poses are held for 3-5 minutes and practiced on the floor with as many yoga props as needed. This class is suitable for all levels. *Non-Heated.
This nourishing class offers breathwork with gentle, supported yoga poses to relieve stiffness and tension in the body. Poses are often supported by blankets, bolsters, blocks, and other yoga props to encourage deep release and rest in the body. This class emphasizes complete muscular relaxation and is suitable for all levels. *Non-Heated.
Interested in a series of private group classes? Gather friends, co-workers, or family and sign your group of 3 or more up for WISE Yoga. You can select your instructor and training days/times. WISE Yoga specializes in hot yoga classes and deep stretching yin classes, led and instructed by Registered Yoga Teachers. WISE Yoga is a well-rounded yoga program suited for all-levels and can be customized to the group’s needs.Mats, blocks, bolsters and blankets are included in WISE Yoga.
|Fit-N-Wise Member Pricing:|
|10 Class Card||$50.00|
|20 Class Card||$100.00|
|Unlimited Classes||$45.00; auto -renews monthly|
|10 Class Card||$130.00|
|20 Class Card||$220.00|
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSWhy does it cost extra to take Harmony Yoga classes?
Good question! WISE Yoga Studio is operated like an in-house yoga studio. We offer quality instruction through certified yoga teachers, exclusive access to yoga props, smaller class sizes (more individual attention!), and a heated environment (for our Ha- tha and Vinyasa flow classes). We additionally provide tranquil lighting and aroma- therapy benefits with our essential oil diffuser. We truly aim to make every experience a special one: from the moment you walk in the door to the moment you leave. That’s why it is considered a specialty yoga class. How are Harmony Yoga classes different from Group Exercise Yoga classes? There are several differences between WISE Yoga classes and Group Exercise Yoga classes including the heated environment for specific classes and use of yoga props. But one of the biggest differences you may notice in WISE Yoga classes is that the instructor is not always doing the class with you. This is an important difference be- cause the instructor is often watching the room closely and adjusting the class pace, sequence, and intensity to the needs of the room. This also means that the instructor is available to provide hands-on assists and guidance in poses to help with alignment and stability.
Another difference between WISE Yoga classes and other yoga and Fit-N-Wise is that instructors may take time in class to break down and workshop challenging postures including arm balances, inversions, and backbend. Our goal in WISE Yoga classes is to make sure that students are practicing safely and learning the tools that they need to continue to develop their yoga practice.
What is a certified yoga teacher?
Certified yoga teachers are instructors who are registered with Yoga Alliance, the gov- erning body over yoga studios and yoga teacher trainings. Certified yoga teachers have a designation such as RYT-200, E-RYT-200, RYT-500, and more. RYT stands for “Registered Yoga Teacher”, and the numbers represent how many hours of teacher training the instructor has completed. In addition, to maintain one’s certification sta- tus with Yoga Alliance, registerd yoga teachers must complete 30 hours of continuing education every 3 years and maintain a certain number of teaching hours. This means that RYTs are held accountable for their continued training and teaching hours. When you take class from a registered yoga teacher, you can trust that you are taking class with someone who is experienced and very knowledgeable about the practice.
Why is the room heated?
The room is intentionally hot. It is heated to warm your muscles, prevent injuries and allow for a deeper release in your body. Sweating will also help flush toxins from your body. Some styles of hot yoga heat the room to 105-110 degrees. At WISE Yoga, Hatha Flow is heated to 80-85 degrees and Vinyasa Flow is heated to 90-95 degrees.
What if I don’t want to do heated classes?
You’re in luck! We offer Restorative Yoga and Yin Yoga classes that are not heated. We also offer a non-heated Hatha Flow and Vinyasa Flow class! Check our most recent schedule for class times.
What’s so great about using yoga props?
Yoga props are amazing tools for both modifying and amplifying your yoga practice! If you’ve ever taken a class and thought,“I can’t do that because I can’t reach my toes,” – a yoga prop can help with that! Yoga props should really be called yoga “tools” because they provide you with greater range of motion, accessibility, and stability in your prac- tice. They can also offer a challenge to your practice! In the yoga room, we have yoga blocks, bolsters, straps, blankets, and eye pillows, and we use at least one in almost every class. Join us to see how we use them!
I’m brand new to yoga. Where should I start?
Welcome! While beginners are welcome to try all of our classes, Hatha Flow, Yin Yoga, and Restorative Yoga are most appropriate for newcomers to the practice.
What if I’m not flexible enough for yoga?
The most common misconception that prevents people from coming to yoga classes is that the student must be flexible. Yoga is not about how flexible you are; rather it’s about moving and optimizing your body, spine, and mind to develop and increase your strength, balance, flexibility, general health and happiness. With time, practice and patience, you will most likely benefit from an increase in your flexibility.
What should I bring to my first yoga class?
Bring a water bottle and yourself! Yoga mats and sweat towels are offered in the room, but you are welcome to bring your own. Be sure to wear sweat-wicking clothes if you choose to take a heated class. Make sure that you handle payment before entering the room. You will need to bring your receipt to the class so that the instructor can keep it on file.Contact us (940) 627-2708 or through the website to get started.