Goddess is our 1 hour prenatal yoga class dedicated to pregnant persons. The class honors the development and physiological changes taking place within the body during this special time with practices of affirmation, meditation, pranayama (breathing), and asana (poses). Classes are structured based on all trimesters using appropriate modifications. Named after the Goddess Pose due to its benefits, particularly as it widens and strengthens the uterus during pregnancy. Partners welcome to join!
Little Lotus is dedicated to our baby yogis 2-3 to 12 months who are starting to get to know the world! However, the majority of the class is focused on postnatal recovery. This class includes the babies and crawlers accompanied by parent or caregiver. Classes are 45 minutes in length; they focus on building back parent's strength, baby massage, and simple yoga poses that aid in development of fine motor skills and are a place for new caregivers to form a community. Named after the Lotus flower (a symbol of purity) and the Lotus Pose, a resting pose to calm the mind and body and focus on controlled breathing.
Lotus is dedicated to budding yogis 12 months to 2 years who are curious about everything! Also accompanied by a parent or caregiver, this class includes the walkers. Classes are 45 minutes in length and focus on exploration, movement, and breathing through simple communication and playful activities including yoga games and songs. Named after the Lotus flower (a symbol of purity) and the Lotus Pose, a resting pose to calm the mind and body and focus on controlled breathing.
Hero is designed for children aged 3 to 5 years who are eager to learn new things on their own! Parents/Caregivers are welcome to join younger students as they gain confidence with their independence. These yogis will be introduced to the Yoga Principles (Sutras) and practice of yoga through stories and imagination, including the use of props, in a 45 minute session. Named after Hero Pose, a basic seated yoga pose that aids in calming and focusing the body and mind for breathing and meditation.
Warrior I is devoted for yoga youngsters aged 6 to 8 years who are ready for a deeper introduction to the Yoga Principles (Sutras) with visualization and relaxation techniques. We will begin to explore fun yoga activities while learning the proper alignment of yoga poses, and mindfulness via stories and visual imageries. Sessions are 45 minutes. Named after the Warrior pose series, it is the first of three related powerful standing postures that improve strength and flexibility.
Warrior II is customized for PreTeens aged 9 to 12 years and incorporates all of the foundations of yoga. Sessions will be 1 hour and incorporate the Yoga Principles (Sutras) as a key part of open and positive discussions, poses, partner work, relaxation activities, and offer an opportunity for connection with their peers as they face the challenges unique to this age group while still having fun! Named after the Warrior pose series, it is the second of three related powerful standing postures that improve strength and flexibility.
Warrior III is a continuation class of Warrior II focused on Teens aged 13 to 17 years. It incorporates all the foundations of yoga in a 1 hour class with refinements for this age level focusing on creating Yogamazia leaders who empower our mission and values while practicing the Yoga Principles (Sutras) in mind and body to help face today's worldly challenges. Named after the Warrior pose series, it is the third of three related powerful standing postures that improve strength and flexibility.
A monthly Friday class dedicated for parents/caregivers and their kids to bond, connect, and spend some quality time together! This class includes partner yoga and other fun family activities.
Drop off your kids and let them come to a fun, relaxing Friday yoga hang out held every month and led with supervision by the Warrior III members (members are free!). Activities may include yoga sequences, movies, games, dance, arts & crafts, and more. Dinner included!
Yogamazia also offers opportunities directly with students, families, schools and child care centers within the surrounding areas.