30 East Main St., Suites 200 & 202, Uniontown, Pa., 15401
Inhale Exhale Run Series events:
Yoga Run Yoga
8:30-10 a.m., Saturday, April 7
$25 (must register by 1 p.m., Friday, April 6)
YOMA (Yoga & Massage) for Runners with Brynn & Leah Staley, LMT & RYT
6-7:15 p.m., Thursday, May 10 (must register by Wednesday, May 9)
Yoga Trail Running Excursion
7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Saturday, June 23
Limited to 10 -call to reserve your spot.
Registration: Early bird registration $175 - must register before or on May 31/ $185 if registering after June 1
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Vinyasa Flow - 3:30-4:30 p.m., Thursday, April 12 & Thursday, May 3
Athletic. Strengthening. Lengthening. Links movement with mindful breath. All levels. Warm. 60 minutes.
Yoga for Athletes/Team Training – available by appointment with Laura Patterson-Santore and Brynn
Train like a warrior! Custom strength and meditation training designed for competitive athletes. Boot camp sessions integrate movement, strength, balance and breath work to complement existing sport-specific training programs. The sequence is designed to address flexibility and proper alignment and is challenging for a wide range of abilities.
Available exclusively at LPS or at the team facility. Contact LPS for customized session scheduling and pricing at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-557-9206.
Private Sessions – available by appointment
Sessions include but are not limited to: Beginners, basics, arm balances, inversions, core strength, prenatal, postpartum, weight loss, stress relief, yoga for athletes, yoga for runners, breath work (Pranayama), meditation, mindfulness, peaceful sleep, slow flow, yin, restorative, power yoga, Ashtanga, chakra yoga, moon salutations, yoga for the injured and more! Email email@example.com to book.
2944 National Pike, Chalk Hill, Pa. 15421
Warm Ashtanga - 6:15-7:30 p.m. Monday, April 16, 23 & 30; May 7 & 14
Ashtanga is a system of yoga transmitted to the Western world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois of India. This method of yoga involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive, fixed series of postures—a process producing intense internal heat and a purifying sweat that detoxifies muscles and organs. We will work with the Primary Series, a hip opening practice linking poses together in a flowing vinyasa style. Ashtanga challenges practitioners to maintain ujjayi breath, energy locks and a soft gaze throughout the dynamic practice. This vigorous, athletic class is open to all levels - intermediate students will be challenged to discover their growing edge while beginners will learn foundational asanas and a traditional practice. Leave feeling light and refreshed with that post-Ashtanga glow!
Prenatal Yoga - 5:30-6:30 p.m., Friday, May 4 & 18
Pregnancy is a wondrous, special time in a woman’s life and requires supreme self-care. When mom is radiant, happy and healthy, so is baby!Our prenatal yoga sessions offer a warm, supportive environment where expecting mothers can connect to their babies and deepest selves. The intention of our prenatal classes is to explore the fullest capacity of our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual beings as mothers in order to empower our gestational and birth experience.
Class will flow through a series of sequences designed to balance energy, from light, energizing, active postures to deeply restorative, soothing ones. Poses will focus on strengthening and preparation for birth, relaxation for a joyful, peaceful pregnancy and poses to accommodate the growing belly.
Common pregnancy ailments, such as sciatica, pubic symphysis pain, nausea, sleeplessness, digestive issues, round ligament pain, tight hips and back and anxiety will be addressed.
Meditation to connect mom with baby and to manage fears and doubts of labor and motherhood will be incorporated. Students will be taught breathing exercises to promote peace and balance. Yoga props, such as bolsters, blocks and straps, will be used.
Suitable for women in their first, second and third trimesters. Must be 12 weeks pregnant or more to attend. Drop in for $12 or use your class pass.
Foot Yoga - 5-6 p.m., Tuesday, May 15
Do your feet hurt? In this focused yoga class students will be guided through specific Yoga poses, exercises and myofascial release to strengthen, stretch and soothe the feet! All parts of the foot including toes, arches, heels and ankles will be addressed! Ideal for plantar fasciitis, Heel Spurs, and for those seeking to learn more about how to engage the feet in regular yoga classes. Drop in for $12 or use your class pass.
Chakra Awakening with Yoga & Aroma Acupoint Therapy Series
Harmonize your chakras, the body’s internal energy centers, with a seven-class chakra workshop series blending yoga techniques and Aroma Acupoint Therapy (AAT). Join Brynn and Kari for each workshop where you’ll explore one of the seven chakras through movement and meditation enhanced by the application of pure essential oils to bring each spiritual center into balance. Class will be synchronized to the beat of chakra aligning music. All levels. Wear loose fitting clothing for access to acupoints.
Root Chakra - 5:30-7 p.m., Friday, March 23
Sacral Chakra - 6:15-7:45 p.m., Monday, April 9
Solar Plexus Chakra - 5:30-7 p.m., Friday, May 11
Heart Chakra - 6:15-7:30 p.m., Monday, May 21
Throat, Third Eye & Crown Chakras - 5:30-7 p.m., Friday, June 29
Yoga for Runners Workshop - 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Saturday, May 12
The Yoga for Runners Workshop (two hours in length) is open to all levels of runners (beginners to elite) and yoga practitioners (no experience to advanced). The workshop includes a vinyasa-style yoga practice beginning with a dynamic sequence (designed to be performed pre-run as a warm-up) and moves seamlessly into sun salutations that link strength-building exercises and yoga poses targeting muscle groups specific to running. The physical portion of the workshop ends with a relaxing, cooling flow accompanied by longer-held poses aimed at releasing connective tissue and common tight areas in the body due to running. The workshop incorporates myo-fascial release exercises using foam rollers and therapy tools. Guided meditation and breath work (pranayama) designed to enhance running performance is interwoven throughout the practice. Participants will receive electronic copies of the workshop's running resources via email post-workshop and must bring their own foam roller and yoga mat. The purpose of the workshop is to create a mind/body/spirit connection with running using yoga as a conduit and breathing as the primary guiding element so that running becomes a lifelong, easy, enjoyable, rhythmic practice, with yoga at it's core.
Yoga Run/Walk Yoga - 4:15-5:15 p.m., Monday, May 7, 14 & 21
With the arrival of spring, our bodies yearn to get active in the outdoors. Join Brynn Cunningham of Inhale Exhale Run, LLC, for a class designed for runners, walkers and those who enjoy the run/walk method. Warm up at the studio with a dynamic yoga sequence, learn how to apply yoga philosophy to your walking/running routine and then walk, run or do a combination of both for 30 minutes on a dirt path at your own pace around our neighboring Chalk Hill Lake. Cool down with yoga at the studio. No yoga or running experience required. Aerobic activity pairs with strengthening, lengthening and yoga principles for a mindful, breath-centered fitness routine.
Regular class passes/ $12 drop-in
Yoga for the Yough - 6-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 13
Do you believe the Yough should remain a ‘living river’ with safe water for drinking, fishing, kayaking, swimming and habitat? Then join Brynn Cunningham, RYT-200 and Ohiopyle native, for the third annual Yoga for the Yough, an all-levels power yoga donation-only class benefiting the Mountain Watershed Association’s Youghiogheny Riverkeeper program. The Youghiogheny Riverkeeper is a program of the Mountain Watershed Association that has expanded MWA’s vision into the larger Youghiogheny River basin. Our Yough Riverkeeper, Eric Harder, Brynn's husband, is the public advocate for the Youghiogheny River watershed and uses grassroots efforts to defend against pollution, to improve water quality and to conserve the natural ecology and character of the region. Join Brynn and Eric for a special class dedicated to the yoga principle of ahimsa (non-harming) of the Earth, Water and environment.
Donations only/class passes do not apply