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I love this place even more! I have been participating in the Yoga class since it started and I absolutely love it! Class sizes are small and the instructor does a great job of presenting modifications that allow participants to adjust all poses to their own level. If I didn’t live almost 25 miles away, I would definitely be trying out and attending more of the classes offered at Applied Therapies! My rating has gone from a 5 to a 5++.
I’ve been going for massages monthly for years, always great service! Started yoga and stretch classes, the instructors are awesome. Have gotten my sons to come also and we love the classes!!
ABOUT OUR CLASSES
Please bring your own mat and water!
For those looking to step up their yoga practice (or who are tired of being cold) – flowing in a slightly heated room allows for deeper stretches, increased circulation and purification of the muscles.
This 45 minute flow class will leave you feeling detoxed and invigorated.
Please bring a towel and water!
Yoga Flow: Level 1 class which focuses on linking breath to movement while learning to quiet the mind for a mental vacation.
Appropriate for beginners through advanced yogis.
Please bring a mat!
Tai Chi Yang Style:
Tai Chi is a gentle, repetitive exercise using slow motion and flowing, structured movements.
It is a low impact exercise that develops core strength, balance, and flexibility. Additional benefits may include better posture, better concentration, relaxation and relief from pain. It is practiced for better health.
Chi is an energy force that circulates around and through the body, a component of Chinese medicine.
The practice of Tai Chi requires patience and persistence. Every person learns at his or her own pace.
The short form Yang style consists of 24 postures.
Each class begins with a series of warm-up exercises and massages, and ends with cool-down exercises.
In the beginning, class students will learn the basics of Tai Chi, proper posture, and begin learning the short form sequence.
In the intermediate class, students continue to learn and refine the short form’s 24 postures.