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Hatha Yoga

What does Hatha mean?

The word Hatha ( Ha, meaning "sun" and Tha meaning "moon" ) means willful or forceful. This refers to the balance of masculine aspects , active, hot, sun- and feminine aspects, receptive, cool, moon, within all of us. Hatha Yoga is a path toward creating balance and uniting opposites. In our physical bodies we develop a balance of strength and flexibility. Hatha Yoga refers to a set of physical exercises known as Asanas or postures.

Sequences of asanas are designed to align:

  • Skin
  • Muscles
  • Bones

The postures are also designed to open many channels of the body especially the main channel, The Spine, so that energy can flow freely. We also learn to balance our effort and surrender in each pose. Hatha Yoga is a powerful tool for self-transformation. It asks us to bring our attention to our breath, which helps us to still the fluctuations of the mind and be more present in the unfolding of each moment.

Benefits of Yoga for Cancer Survivors:

All Cancer Survivors Receive FREE Yoga during our Monday morning class from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (at the studio.)

Cancer patients participating in regular yoga classes reported a decrease in stress and pain. They also felt an increase in their well‑being. Yoga can help restore strength, range of motion, and improve lymphatic flow. Yoga can enhance energy, digestion, joint health, circulation, and respiration function. Yoga is a great way to live more comfortably in your body when you have been diagnosed with cancer. Being a breast cancer survivor, I can honestly share with you the benefits I received from yoga. The breathing helped deal with the anxiety of going through my treatments. Teaching and practicing yoga helped me focus on healing my-self from within.

Yoga has the unique ability to alter not only one's physical state, but also has a calming and serene effect on the mind. Alternative therapies have proven to be extremely successful in the healing process as well as palliative care.

Visit to learn more about how peritoneal mesothelioma patients are practicing yoga for therapeutic relief during cancer.

Benefits of Yoga for Golfers:

Yoga will help increase your range of motion, flexibility, balance, breathing, and strength. The focus and alignment of the Mind and Body come together. YOGA has been practiced for well over 100 years in the U.S. Many people practice Yoga techniques such as: professional athletes, people who enjoy sports on the weekends, people recovering from physical injuries, or chronic pain. All find the benefits invaluable.

Benefits of Yoga for Kids:

Fun and creative, Teaches you exercises to do alone or in a group, improves your flexibility, improves body image, increases self-confidence, increases strength in both small and big muscle groups, improves balance and agility, teaches the connection between body and mind, posture and muscle awareness, balances the muscle groups, enhances one's sensitivity, self-control, and enjoyment in sharing

Benefits of Corporate Yoga: Stress Management

Physical Health, Peace of Mind, and Balance within. Yoga will give your employees a break from the stress in the office and a chance to relax and become healthier.

Benefits of the Butts, Guts and Thighs Class:

Focus on losing weight and firming up these areas of your body with Yoga and Pilates. Various poses using weights and ball.

Benefits of Strength Yoga:

Incorporate Power Yoga postures with the use of small weights to enhance your Upper and lower body strength.


Is the trend for both men and women. Exercises are based upon strengthening the ‘core’ muscles of the abdomen while increasing flexibility in the legs, arms and supporting muscle groups. This class integrates breathing, flexibility, strength, precision and body awareness to lengthen, define and sculpt muscles!

Intro to Pilates

Learn proper breathing, alignment & control so that your Pilates workouts are safe and effective.