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Yoga Sunné Classes

Yoga Class Descriptions

Anusara
Generally translated to mean flowing with grace and following your heart, Anusara is an inclusive, accepting yoga style where students are encouraged to find the practice that best suits them. Weaving philosophical concepts with modern movement science (kinesiology), this class intends to improve the quality of daily life activities, including the efficiency and longevity of the physical form.

(approx 80 degrees)

Ashtanga

Classical, led Ashtanga primary series; this foundational Primary Series is also known as Yoga Chikitsa, which translates to “yoga therapy.” This is a series of 51 postures that is practiced sequentially following sun salutations, or Surya Namaskar A & B. With dedicated, consistent practice, this series purges toxicities and prepares the body for a deeper practice, both mental and physical. A vigorous and althletic practice, but all levels are welcome and invited to this Salt Lake City ashtanga yoga class!

(approx. 105 degrees)

Awaken Wild Flow
Experience a unique combination of movement, breath, and sound that is connective, grounding, and revitalizing. Come infused with intention; this practice meets you where you are to help alchemize tension into truth and presence into possibility. When we become aware of our authentic nature, we move through that which impedes our growth and we learn how to stand strong in our authenticity. All are welcome to ‘level up’ here.

(approx. 80 degrees)

Candlelight Flows
Set to music and lit by candlelight which helps to allow the mind to achieve a deeper meditation. Candlelight flow is a soulful Vinyasa class that builds heat to increase flexibility and strength while attention is focused on alignment as well as the subtle energy body.

(non-heated)

Centered Flow
Create health from the inside out by focusing on the center— breath, core, & intuition— in this gentle flow class sure to rev your system for whatever the day holds. Anchor in the present moment while building good posture, alleviating lower back pain, and strengthening the body’s ability to balance.

(non-heated)

Flow-Zen
A practice in cultivating balance. We begin by warming up with movement synchronized with breath to engage awareness and build strength. Then we slow down and settle into deeply restorative postures that release stress and tension as they quiet the body and mind.

(non-heated)

Hot 60

This Salt Lake City yoga class is based on the traditional 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises, but condensed down into a 60 minute format; it is designed to therapeutically work the entire body and it’s systems. All the major muscles, ligaments, and internal organs are addressed in a comprehensive and consistent manner to create and maintain optimal health and functionality.

(approx. 105 degrees)

Hot 90
The original hot yoga; this class consists of a series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises designed to therapeutically work the entire body and it’s systems. All the major muscles, ligaments, and internal organs are addressed in a comprehensive and consistent manner to create and maintain optimal health and functionality.

(approx. 105 degrees)

Hot Flow
Let your breath guide you in this heated class. Flow through a sequence of postures linked together with the breath in a dynamic, rhythmic, flowing series.

(approx. 95 degrees)

Kundalini Yoga
Kundalini Yoga is sometimes called breath yoga. Unlike Bikram or Ashtanga Yoga that are very physical in nature and utilize a sequence of postures, Kundalini Yoga is an active form of meditation. We will take you through a series of specific breathing exercises, mantras (chanting), mudras (hand movements) and eye focus all designed to heal your mind, spirit, and body.

Come experience peace, mental clarity, connection to your inner and higher self and develop your intuition. You will leave feeling in alignment with yourself, with a clear mind and renewed energy.

Example meditations: reduce anxiety and stress, clear your chakras, release addictions, increase energy, and improve your health. Each class will be in tune with the energy and the astrology of the month.

(non-heated)

Restorative
Let us help you relax. Utilizing slow movements and gentle, restorative stretches to release tightness and blockages in the major muscle groups and energy lines, the intention of this class is to assist you in releasing the deep-rooted tensions and stresses stored in the physical, mental, and emotional bodies through the practice of supported postures, mindfulness, and meditation.

(non-heated)

Vinyasa

Learn how to synchronize breath with movement and energize the body while gaining greater self-awareness. Connect to your inner strength and power. A dynamic Salt Lake City yoga class with fundamental asana sequences throughout. Whether you’re looking to build strength, working to alleviate back pain, or striving to elevate your practice as a whole, this is the class for you. Enjoy a traditional Savasana at the end of practice to restore the subtle energies of the body.

(non-heated)

 

Vinyasa/Power
A lively and energetic class where you will build heat and get your heart rate up as you flow from posture to posture, linking breath and movement. The intention here is to build strength, flexibility, and balance, while also heightening mental clarity and improving well-being. Designed for all levels of practitioners, this class will meet you where you are and help you develop your practice, but will offer you options to build onto postures for a more challenging sequence, as well.

(approx. 95 degrees)

Yin

Our Salt Lake City Yin yoga class works deeply into the body’s connective tissues; it targets our ligaments, tendons, and the fascia networks of the body. With a series of long-held, supported postures we gently stretch the body’s relatively stiff, connective tissues. When we do this the body responds by making them a little longer and little stronger.

The length of time we hold these postures also has a profound effect on our minds. Yin provides us space to reclaim the balance between body and mind as we settle in and explore our physical sensations while observing the thoughts and feelings that arise throughout the process. It is here that we can find a sense of openness and ease with all that we are.

(non-heated)

Yogalates
This fusion class is an exercise method combining the strength of Pilates with the flexibility of Yoga. Utilizing the inherent connection between mind and body, we can strengthen and improve our physical, emotional, and subtle body energy. Come prepared to sweat, to strengthen your core, and to activate your major muscle groups using bands, blocks, and lots of work on the mat.

(approx. 95 degrees)

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