Improve your overall fitness, strength, flexibility, stamina, balance,
posture and mental clarity

Fusion Yoga instructors are trained in the Vinyasa style, which is considered a moving meditation. Vinyasa means “to place in a special way.” This style of yoga allows for a lot of variety. It will always include sun salutations movement, not just stretching. The goal is to link the movement with the breath. It’s very physical but there are modifications that are given. If you haven’t experienced this style of yoga before, it may seem strange,
but in time you will begin to observe your body and the sensations and the thoughts that pass through your mind.
Vinyasa flow promotes overall mental health, lowers stress and increases focus and concentration.
Yoga is a lifetime journey of getting to our core, our hearts, and connecting.

*Yoga is a co-ed class.
**Men and women of all fitness levels are welcome – come to stretch, relax and refocus.

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Benefits of Yoga

Yoga poses work by stretching your muscles. They can help you move better and feel less stiff or tired. At any level of yoga, you’ll notice the benefits quickly. In one study, people improved their flexibility by up to 35% after only 8 weeks.

Many of the poses, such as upward and downward dog and the plank pose build upper-body strength. The standing poses, especially if you hold them for several long breaths, build strength in your hamstrings, quadriceps and abs. Poses that strengthen the lower back include upward dog and the chair pose.

“Eat like you love yourself.
Move like you love yourself.
Speak like you love yourself.
Act like you love yourself.”
— Sarah Burns

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