Leap Flow - all levels
Leap Flow All-Level classes are invigorating and will move you through intelligently sequenced postures and poses at a moderate pace. This strong, integrated flow is designed to build strength and heat from within. Exploring standing postures, backbends, twists, and core work, this well-rounded practice will ignite the internal flame of balance inside and out leaving you feeling strong and centered. Teachers offer newer students modification of poses as they work on building a solid and safe foundation for their practice. More experienced students will be offered advanced variations to explore their edge. Classes are held for 60 & 75 minutes. The temperature range is between 82-88 degrees.
Leap Yoga’s Power Flow classes will challenge you to develop strength and flexibility. This active flow class is designed to detoxify and electrify your body and mind at the deepest levels. In this class, you may be offered arm balances, inversions, and binds along with challenging apex postures and poses. Teachers offer newer students modification of poses as they work on building a solid and safe foundation for their practice. More experienced students will be offered advanced variations to explore their edge. Classes are held for 60 & 75 minutes. The temperature range is between 84-90 degrees. This class is held in studio.
Leap Flow Basic
In this full body flow class you will explore the fundamental principles and postures of flow yoga. This series of yoga poses work every muscle and link breath to movement at a moderate intuitive pace. Prana is the vital energy or life force. When vital energy (prana) flows freely and unrestrictedly throughout the body, there is physical, mental, and emotional health and wellbeing. Leap Flow Basic classes offer slower movement and less heat but this class will challenge any yogi. Classes are held for 60 & 75 minutes. The temperature range is between 80-84 degrees.
Kaiut Yoga is all about biomechanical health
Unlike most yoga that stretches muscles in extraordinary ways, Kaiut Yoga works from the joints. As such, it has a dramatic impact in countering the harmful effects of modern living – where most of us sit most of the day – as well as the harmful impact to our bodies of consistent movement patterns such as frequent running or cycling, playing a certain sport for years, or our compensating behaviours for old sports or other injuries.
Kaiut Yoga is about maintaining or returning the body to optimal structure and functionality. It’s about freedom of movement, physical system and energy flow. It’s about keeping us as healthy, mobile and pain free as possible for as long as possible. With more freedom of body comes freedom of mind. It’s about a better quality of life. This class is not heated and is appropriate for beginners, intermediate, and advanced practitioners.
Leap Refine & Align
Join Karen Miscall-Bannon in an exploration of the roots of vinyasa in this vigorous and informative specialty class. Karen has a vast knowledge of anatomy and yoga and is able to guide her students through the subtleties of the postures allowing them to experience how to generate, channel, and contain prana in the body. This class is offered as a specialty class once per month. Visit our workshops tab to register. This class is not heated and is appropriate for anyone who is interested in learning more about yoga asana.
Leap Prenatal / Postnatal
These classes are designed to provide pregnant people with a safe space to connect with their changing bodies as well as other parents to be, connecting their experience to others in their community. The ancient practice of yoga also connects birthing people throughout history, tapping into the innate wisdom within. Each practice will consist of safe, gentle postures in addition to breath and mindfulness meditation. Postures help to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, assist in finding comfort in changing bodies, while finding focus through balance. You will learn skills and techniques that you will be able to draw upon any time during your pregnancy when you might be feeling nervous, anxious, or stressed. Taught with a strong focus on the connection between you and your baby (and a healthy dose of humor 😊), these classes can help you navigate your changing body and life with grace and acceptance.
The theme and elements of each class are tailored to Aquarian numerology providing balance to the glandular system, strengthening the nervous system and awakening the powerful kundalini energy within. This ancient practice increases awareness and uplifts consciousness, enhancing life’s journey. Classes are a balance of asana, movement, pranayama, mantra, sound therapy and meditation. All levels of experience, especially beginners are welcome.
Yin Yoga is a practice designed to lengthen connective tissue around the knees, pelvis, spine, shoulders, and sacrum. This is a passive practice. Yin Yoga involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held for 3 to 5 minutes accessing deeper layers of fascia. This class is done primarily on the floor with props to support the body during this slow deep meditative practice. This class is not heated and is appropriate for beginners, intermediate, and advanced practitioners.
Leap Hot 26
Hot 26 is a Hatha yoga series also known as bikram style yoga. It consists of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises performed in a room heated to 102-105 degrees. This series of postures flushes the body of toxins and optimizes organ function, while creating strength, flexibility, balance, focus, and endurance.
In this traditional-style yoga class we warm the body with pranayama, breath exercises, followed by Sun Salutations, followed by a specific sequence of standing postures. Once the body is warm and the standing poses are completed, we head to the floor for deep, seated postures. The class concludes with inversions and savasana, yogic rest, lying flat on their backs to absorb the affects of their practice. This class is suitable for students of all levels.
Leap Pranic Root
Pranic Root is a unique movement practice that combines elements of dance rhythms and technique and yoga through an integrated and expressive approach to the awakening and containment of “life force energy” (Prana). Classes are intuitively and intelligently sequenced through creative improvisation, providing a playful and nurturing atmosphere and encompassing an exploration of movement principles that can be applied to any from of dance or yoga. The practice incorporates fluid movement patters, spirals centered around anatomical planes of axis, safe alignment, breath-work (pranayama), physical yoga postures (asana), vocal toning exercises, primal movements, and Bioenergetics (ecstatic dance/shake medicine), providing support and modifications suitable for all genders, ages, and body types.