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Hot Ashtanga Mix – 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays in September
Hot Ashtanga Mix is a system of yoga transmitted to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. This method of yoga involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive, fixed series of postures—a process producing intense internal heat and a profuse, purifying sweat that detoxifies muscles and organs. Our studio mix incorporates the Primary Series, Second Series and Third Series linked with a flowing vinyasa, challenging you to maintain ujjayi breath, energy locks, and a soft gaze throughout the dynamic practice. This vigorous, athletic class is open to all levels while intermediate students will be challenged to discover their growing edge. Recommended for experienced yogis. First time students are discouraged from attending HOT classes, as they tend to be fast-paced, and are meant for those already familiar with basic postures.
Friday Nite Flow Donation Based Class – 6-7:15 p.m., Friday, Sept. 9
An all-levels slow flow to honor the life and friendship of Dr. Jesus Ho. A beloved personal friend of LPS, Dr. Ho spent his professional life bringing healing and compassion to his community of Moundsville, WV and to his native Philippines. Dr. Ho led annual medical missions to the Philippines for the past 34 years, in different provinces, cities and towns throughout the country. His missions supplied truckloads of equipment, supplies, medicine and, most critically, doctors and healthcare workers from around the country. Dr. Ho recruited scores of local doctors and allied health professionals to join him on his missions. He traveled throughout West Virginia providing free clinical services, in partnership with local hospitals, the Department of Health and The Lions Club. He also supported and promoted fundraising for the Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation, a Philippine poverty alleviation movement, which builds new homes and villages in Cebu, Philippines. Dr. Ho's dying wish was to support another mission for the impoverished areas of the Philipines. The Dr. Ho’s Medical Mission Memorial Fund was established to help make this dream a reality. We are honored to support this mission with our donation class - please pay only what moves you - open your hearts to the healing serivce and compassion of others. Mission Trip will be held in February 2018 in Davao, Philippines. Dr. Ho's Obituary: http://www.theintelligencer.net/obituaries/2016/07/dr-jesus-ho/
Warm Moon Flow– 6-7:15 p.m., Friday, Sept. 16
To honor the full moon, this class will take you through circular moon salutations around the mat with attention to fluid movement and deep breathing. Yin yoga will be incorporated.
Fall Equinox Detox– 6-7:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 22
delightful warm, vinyasa flow to usher in the fall equinox - that magical time of year when night and day are nearly exactly the same length – 12 hours – all over the world. This practice will help create balance within your body and mind with a series of twists, balancing postures and mindful vinyasa sequences, welcoming change and honoring the natural cycle of life. The practice will feature a grounding candle light meditation and uniquely blended myrrh and sage aromatherapy, drawing our intention into patience and perseverance. All - levels workshop / $15 per person / $10 per student (with valid ID) / class passes do NOT apply.
Yoga & Injury Prevention for Runners Workshop – 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 17
Join Brynn Cunningham, RYT 200 & expert sports physical therapist Justin Deskovich, DPT for a one-of-a-kind yoga for runners workshop on Saturday, September 17.
This workshop includes:
*Myo-fascial release (must bring your own foam roller)
*Yoga Warm-ups designed to do pre-run *Breathing exercises to enhance running performance
*Meditation & Visualization for the runner’s mind
*Strengthening sequences linked through vinyasa style yoga
*Yoga cool-down to stretch common tight areas and restore/rejuvenate overworked muscles
*Physical Therapy techniques including self-assessment body check, prescribed self-healing exercises and one- on-one diagnosis of physical imbalances (w/ take-home workbook)
Pre-registration is required. $40 per person / $30 for students with valid ID. Space is limited. Hosted by running coach & yoga instructor Brynn Cunningham, RYT 200 and expert sports physical therapist Justin Deskovich, DPT (with physical therapy assistants).
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 CrossFIT U-Town or at the team facility. Integrated training - the perfect balance of fitness training and mobility training - with LPS & CFU also available. 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, weight loss, stress relief, yoga for athletes, yoga for runners, breath work (Pranayama), meditation, mindfulness, slow flow, yin, restorative, power yoga, Ashtanga, chakra yoga, moon salutations, yoga for the injured and more! Email email@example.com to book.
Classes at Nemacolin Woodlands Holistic Healing Center:
Yoga for the Hips and Back – 4:30 p.m., Thursdays in September
This class focuses on longer held yoga postures aimed at releasing tension and congestion deep within connective tissue. Excellent for low back pain and tight hips. Suitable for all levels. 50 minutes. Open to public.
Moving Meditation – 10:30 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 11
Said to be the easiest form of meditation, moving meditation gives your mind a focal point and can ease common frustrations in any meditation practice. 50 minutes. Open to public.
Yoga for Stress Relief – 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 17; also available by appointment, call 1-866-344-6957 to book
Practice postures, breath work and meditation techniques that can transform the way you experience minor to major stressors and anxiety. 50 minutes. Saturday class open to public.
Foot Yoga – by appointment, call 1-866-344-6957 to book
This session guides you through specific yoga poses and exercises to strengthen, stretch and soothe the feet. All parts of the foot, including toes, arches, heels and even the ankles will be addressed. Ideal for those with foot and ankle pain, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, metatarsilitis and generally tired achy feet. 50 minutes.
Athletes Yoga – by appointment, call 1-866-344-6957 to book
A yoga workshop designed to enhance your athletic performance. Begins with a vinyasa-style yoga practice and dynamic warm-up sequence, moves seamlessly into strength -building exercises and yoga poses and ends with a cooling flow with longer-held postures aimed at releasing connective tissue and common tight areas in an athlete’s body. Myofascial release using therapy tools, meditation and visualization for the athlete’s mind and breathing techniques (pranayama) for toning the lungs are incorporated throughout the session. Open to all levels. 110 minutes.
Private Yoga – by appointment, call 1-866-344-6957 to book
Customized yoga session based upon your needs. For groups, couples or individuals.