Classes

Larisa Harrington and her teaching team are passionate about offering students an environment of peace, love, acceptance, trust and connection. They welcome all ages, sizes, genders, abilities and experience levels.


ABOUT OUR YOGA, MEDITATION & STRENGTH CLASSES

  • All classes are held on Zoom unless otherwise posted
  • All class times are in Eastern Time Zone
  • All yoga classes are trauma-sensitive and accessible for most, however, due to being on Zoom, some students may benefit from having a private session to discuss options prior to a group class
  • The 7:00 am classes weekdays are 40-45 minutes 
  • The 7:00 am Saturday class is 55-65 minutes
  • The 10:15 am and 7:30 pm classes are 45-65 minutes


YOGA CLASSES

Gentle Yoga

Gentle Yoga offers gentle stretches and breathing practices to help relieve mental, physical and emotional stress and tension. This class is suitable for all levels and can be done in a chair or on the floor. The focus of this class is on resting and restoring the body and mind. Recommended props: yoga mat (or carpet) and yoga blocks

Gentle Flow

Gentle Flow offers an opportunity to relieve tension and stress while building strength and resilience through the practice of yoga. Movements are done standing, seated or laying and are suitable for most. This class offers a mix of strengthening and restoration. Recommended props: yoga mat (or carpet) and yoga blocks

Flow

Flow offers an opportunity to build strength and resilience through standing, seated, kneeling and laying poses. This class offers a more vigorous and energizing practice and includes more opportunities to physically challenge ourselves through movement. Recommended props: yoga mat (or carpet) and yoga blocks

Beginner

Beginner Yoga is designed for those new to yoga or those wanting a slower paced practice. This class will explore foundational yoga postures breaking down alignment, as we find a variation of the pose that fits our body rather than forcing our bodies into the pose. Breath practice and meditation will round out the class. Recommended props: yoga mat (or carpet), yoga blocks, and strap (or scarf/tie)

Restorative

 

Restorative Yoga is a gentle floor class that employ the use of props. We stay in supported poses for long holds inviting the practitioner to fully relax the muscles, slow down mental activity, shift emotional patterns, bring ease to the breath and tune into the nervous system’s healing capacity. Recommended props: yoga mat (or carpet), yoga blankets (2–3), blocks (or books), strap (or scarf) and a bolster (or 2–3 pillows)

MEDITATION CLASSES

Guided Meditations

Guided Meditations are offered as standalone sessions or in combined with a yoga or strength class. Meditations are 10-30 minutes of guided meditation using breath and body awareness, mantras, affirmations, yoga nidra. visualizations and/or a meditative reading to help bring clarity, improve focus and relax the mind and body. Can be done or seated or laying in whatever position allows you the most comfort and rest.

Community Accountability

Community Accountability sessions begin with a guided meditation and then allows time for participants to journal or work on any other self-care/personal development activity or exercise. The session is designed for participants to pay attention to their own needs and goals, while being in the support of community. Come to the session with whatever activity or exercise you’d like to work on. Or use the time to meditate on your own. 

STRENGTH CLASSES

Strength and Stretch

Strength and Stretch involves laying, kneeling and standing strengthening and stretching exercises for the whole body. Adaptations and variations are offered however the class moves quickly and may not be suitable for everyone. Movement examples include: planks, squats, push-ups, sit-ups, and standing balance exercises. Recommended props: yoga mat (or carpet) and yoga blocks

Mindful Movement

Mindful Movement combines self-massage with small therapy balls, with strengthening and stretching exercises. Class involves laying, kneeling and standing strength and stretching exercises for the whole body. Adaptations and variations are offered however the class moves quickly and may not be suitable for everyone. Movement examples include planks, squats, push-ups, sit-ups, and standing balance exercises.
Recommended props: yoga mat (or carpet), yoga blocks, massage balls (you can use a tennis or lacrosse ball however, we use this

Roll and Flow

Roll and Flow combines foam rolling and flow yoga to help improve strength, mobility and flexibility. Adaptations and variations are offered however the class moves quickly and may not be suitable for everyone. The class incorporates lots of plank variations using the foam roller and is not recommended for anyone with shoulder pain/injury. Recommended props: yoga mat (or carpet), yoga blocks and foam roller (you can use most rollers however, we recommend using this

Please note that in order for you to receive the class information, you must be enrolled in unlimited classes or have donated to a class.