Types of Classes
Taught by Anne Rundle, MS, RN, RYT-200 unless otherwise noted
Private/Individual classes are great for people whose bodies want individual attention - if you are totally new to yoga and want to learn on your own, or recovering from an injury, or coping with a chronic illness that warrants a customized class. Classes can take place in the Asteya yoga studio or in your home. Private sessions cost $25.00 per hour.
Power yoga is a 75-minute combination of stretching, strengthening, and kick-butt yoga poses that focus on the breath, core tightening, and all over toning. You will be destressed, relaxed yet refreshed and invigorated, and a little sore the next morning!
Kickasana!!!! Kickboxing and Yoga is an all-out sweaty and fun workout involving 45 minutes of cardio-strengthening Kickboxing moves (kicking and punching, and some fancy footwork) and 45 minutes of intermediate vinyasa yoga.
Gentle/Morning Vinyasa/Vinyasa: Perfect for all levels, the class helps you to stretch, de-stress, and take a little "me" time. Incorporating mindfulness practice, the class follows a gentle yet invigorating flow of stretching and strengthening poses. The AM classes will leave you refreshed and ready for the day, the PM classes practically guarantee a great night’s sleep!
Lunchtime Yoga is a gentle yet refreshing practice. You will get a nice (but not too sweaty) work out that increases energy and decreases stress for your work week. Drop in rate is 5.00 per class.
Tai Chi with Petra Horgan: Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese exercise. Sometimes referred to as "meditation in motion," it is a series of dance-like movements in conjunction with deep breathing. The typical class will include gentle warm-up exercises moving slowly and focusing on correct body alignment. The goal in Tai Chi is to move your body through the postures in a relaxed and mindful way.
Mat Pilates with Sandy Kiley: Pilates is a conditioning routine that helps to build flexibility, muscle strength, and all-over endurance, emphasizing spinal and pelvic alignment breathing, and core strengthening. We add variety and challenge with the use of props such as light weights and small balls.