Maura's classes are breath focused and challenging, encouraging a deepening of the physical and spiritual sides of the practice but also inviting critical thinking about how to show up in the world more empowered and engaged.
Designed to stress the connective tissues of the body within their natural range of motion, over an extended period of time, to create openness and health in the ligaments, tendons, and fascia. Yin yoga also works to train the quality of the mind’s concentration and harmonize the flow of prana (energy) in the body. Appropriate for everyone. A great compliment to a more vigorous practice. Great for all levels of students, even beginngers.
These free classes are being offered in direct response to the current state of a world and the uncertain times we are living in, to support both self-care and community care - to help you get grounded, regulate and nourish the nervous system and process your experience. Practice is 45 minutes followed by community style check-in for those that wish to participate. Maura's classes draw from both her yoga and non-yoga trauma-informed trainings, incorporating specific movement and breath techniques that will help you feel more oriented, centered and present. Donations welcome to Yoga Home. Class is appropriate for every body.
A dynamically sequenced flow class linking movement and breath; a vigorous and energizing practice incorporating Sun Salutations and poses to increase strength, flexibility and balance. Vinyasa classes are known for their fluid, movement-intensive practices. No two vinyasa classes are the same. Students are challenged to be mindful when they move from pose to pose through both simple and challenging transitions. Generally, Vinyasa is a more intermediate practice.
As part of her Monthly Meditation Membership, Maura offers a monthly guided meditation online that incorporates the theme of the month. Free for members; drop-in rate available for non-members. Check event page for upcoming dates.