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.

Belly Dance with Chloe Darke is a great way to get a good workout, rooted in ancient folkloric dance traditions of the Mediterranean and the Middle East.   This class will explore basic moves of the dance that also help improve your strength, balance, and posture while having a lot of fun!

Stillness Yoga with Anne and Jim Ryan, MSW: Stillness Yoga is designed to calm your worries and reduce your stress. The hour session includes relaxing and restorative yoga poses, guided meditation and calming breathing exercises.

Power yoga  is a 90 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.