Inter-Be: A Compassion Meditation

There are few spaces during our day that allow us to bring into them our whole selves.  Most areas of our lives ask or require us to leave something of ourselves behind.  Honor yourself and others each Tuesday by choosing to bring all of “you” into this compassion meditation space. Practice includes elements of Tonglen meditation, Preksha and Zen. This is

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Slow Hatha Flow

This will be the perfect morning class, a longer warm-up followed by standing poses that we might hold for a several breaths to build some heat and strength, a few vinyasa transitions, and a longer cool down with breath work and meditation weaved in at the end.  Appropriate for all levels, temperature will be warm.

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Yoga For Trauma Survivors

Warriors for Healing is a training and certification program that offers yoga to service members and veterans suffering from PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). This class is based on that program and is free to veterans, first responders and to anyone who has experienced trauma and who is or has suffered from PTSD. This program is designed to help survivors of

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Yoga with Dolphins

Start your morning with one of Key Largo Yoga’s registered yoga teachers for a class on the dock at Dolphins Plus Bayside. Find balance, peace and JOY as you practice dolphin pose amongst the beautiful dolphins! You will have the opportunity to practice a structured yoga class with an experienced teacher with dolphins swimming and playing around you. The cost

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Aerial Yoga (South)

What exactly is aerial yoga? Simply put, its traditional yoga, just in the air! Aerial yoga still focuses on a connection with the breath while being present in the moment. Throughout your practice familiar poses like downward facing dog, warrior, cat/cow and pigeon all make an appearance, just with the added support of a suspended silk hammock. Aerial yoga is

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Hatha Yoga (North)

Hatha yoga is not a specific type of yoga, but rather a practice that encompasses all of the asanas, or physical postures.  In the context of our modern asana practice, the general term Hatha has come to be used specifically to describe a one-pose-at-a-time style class, with focus on alignment, anatomy, body mechanics, and mindfulness. In our Hatha class expect

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Yin (North)

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures that primarily concentrate on the connective tissues of the body (fascia, tendons, ligaments) as well as deep within the joints. Most postures are performed on the floor in a seated or reclined position that allow for deep stretching, often working towards opening the hips, shoulders and spine. Students are instructed

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Gentle Candlelight Yoga (South)

End your day with the tranquility of our gentle candlelight yoga class. Make a mind-body connection that will aid you as you work to improve your body’s flexibility and strength. The focus of this class is to gently explore what your body can do and then honor those accomplishments without judgment. Mostly seated poses, lots of stretching, with some meditation

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Gentle Candlelight Yoga (North)

End your day with the tranquility of our gentle candlelight yoga class. Make a mind-body connection that will aid you as you work to improve your body’s flexibility and strength. The focus of this class is to gently explore what your body can do and then honor those accomplishments without judgment. Mostly seated poses, lots of stretching, with some meditation

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Open Level Vinyasa (South)

The word Vinyasa means the connection of breath to movement. Thus in Vinyasa yoga all movements are synchronized with the breath, creating a practice that is both dynamic and flowing. The asanas, or postures, are derived from the Ashtanga system. The difference between the two styles is that in Ashtanga yoga one performs the same asanas in the same sequence

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