GROUP CLASS: YOGA
Get Together. Get Inspired. Get Results.
If you are looking for a calm, relaxing exercise routine, we have just the class for you! At Matrix Gym and Spa, our Yoga classes are designed to fit everyone no matter what their personal level of fitness is or Yoga experience lies. In Yoga, you will learn how to breathe, move your body, and gain mindfulness.
What to Expect
At Matrix, we allow each of our Yoga instructors to bring their own routines and zen to their class. This means that every teacher is slightly different – some are more athletic while others will focus more on restorative Yoga. We can guarantee that all of our Yoga classes will always focus on movement, breath and mindfulness to provide a great workout and time to focus on yourself in a tranquil environment.
Yoga is incredible for helping to gain flexibility and mobility. It is also a proven method of stress reduction. While Yoga is known to be used for stretching and mindfulness, it is also a great full body workout that will strengthen your core and help you to build long lean muscles.
- Megan (Restorative) – Mondays at 7 pm
- Hannelore (Restorative) – Tuesdays at 12 pm
- Randy (Vinyasa) – Tuesdays at 7 pm
- Raymond (Vinyasa) – Wednesdays at 6 pm
- Hannelore (Vinyasa) – Thursdays at 12 pm
- Katie (Gentle Flow) – Thursdays at 7 pm
- Hannelore (Vinyasa) – Fridays at 12 pm
- Raymond (Vinyasa) – Saturdays at 9 am
- Beth (Beginner) – Sundays at 10 am
Vinyasa yoga offers a variety of postures and no two classes are ever alike. This is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that you move seamlessly from one to another using breath. Commonly referred to as ‘flow’ yoga, it is sometimes confused with ‘power’ yoga.
Restorative yoga is the practice which is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. During the long holds, your muscles are allowed to deeply relax. It is a unique feeling because props, rather than your muscles, are used to support your body.
Yin yoga brings a slow-paced style of modern yoga to the studio with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time. For beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced participants may stay on one asana for five minutes or more.