Sheila Eludoyin instructs the following:
A little grow with the flow anyone? This dynamic class is designed to be purely authentic, funky and unpredictable! Every class will be a little different than the last- so leave your expectations and hesitations at the door and be prepared to move, explore and create some endless magic on your mat!
Out with the old! In with the new! This invigorating flow is designed to target all of the internal detox organs so that you can cleanse both the body and the mind! Move through deep twists and prepare to flush out toxins through breath and movement!
A dynamic, powerful class designed to open the hips. Hips are typically the tightest areas of the body and take time to open. Tight hips cause many issues in the entire body. The hips are where negative emotions, such as stress, fear, and sadness are energetically held. Supple hips can ease back pain, give you a more agile gait, and may improve circulation in your legs.
Power flow just got hotter! Mix up the usual vinyasa flow with the addition of hand weights! This class is not only challenging, but we think you might even have some (or a lot of) fun in the process ;)
A sequence designed to move & flow. It is somewhat less definable than others as it embodies a continuous and dynamic evolution of the practice. Always something a little different than last time this class places the body, breath and mind in a constant flow.
Influenced by Baron Baptiste’s Journey into Power, Power flow is an invigorating and challenging class that strengthens your body and mind. It works on stabilizing the core, strengthening all muscles and increases flexibility. As a vinyasa flow style class it syncs breath with movement. Power Flow is not a set sequence, giving the instructors freedom to be creative.
This class offers the balancing affects of yang style and yin style yoga. Yang yoga is active and powerful. Yin is passive, restorative and relaxed. The first half of the class is a dynamic flow sequence consisting of standing and balancing postures or the yang part of class. The second half of the class focuses on the long, slow stretches or the yin part of class.