Moksha hot yoga is a series of 40 poses practiced in a heated room designed to promote openness through your hips and strength through the upper body while detoxifying your entire body. Both standing and seated poses are practiced and classes are suitable for all levels of experience. While each of our instructors brings their own unique experience and style to their teaching, all classes follow a basic structure that is fundamental to the Moksha practice. Moksha classes are most suitable for beginners.
In this class, the Moksha sequence is joined together with vinyasas. The class flows from one posture to the next, challenging your strength, while working with your breath. Emphasis will be on the synergy between breath and movement to help you deepen your practice. This class is always moving, and is set at a quicker pace than a Moksha class. It is great for upper body strengthening and improving cardiovascular health. All levels welcome, though beginners are encouraged to feel comfortable with the standard Moksha series first.
This class will be different each time, giving you the opportunity to try new postures and sequences while maintaining a level of familiarity to encourage focus and concentration.
Karma Class - A regular Moksha class offered on a donation ($5 minimum) basis. (No passes) Funds raised go to local charities. MYC is currently supporting Great4Life: Finding a cure for Crohn's. Click here to find out more!
Community Class – A regular Moksha class led by a new teacher. Free only for students that hold unlimited passes, otherwise cost is $5.00.
This high energy, dynamic Hot Fusion class is a perfect way to kick start your weekend! Practice to an exciting mix of various music, artists, and beats!
Yin yoga is a system of yoga designed to literally open the body, peeling away layers of tension, stress and injury that reside within. A gentle approach is used to stretch the body, using longer holds to get beyond the muscle tissue into the connective tissue, the fascia of the body. The slower nature of this practice is often described as a "moving meditation". It is a great compliment to your regular practice. Suitable for all levels.