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Yoga · Hilltop Family YMCA

YogaYoga at the Hilltop Family YMCA is a great way to stretch, breathe, focus and feel better. Millions of people do yoga because they love what it does for the mind, body, and spirit.

An exercise discipline that dates back to ancient India, yoga involves moving the body through a series of positions and stretches, while focusing on breathing or specific thoughts. The practice delivers unique and vital benefits which include increased energy levels, lower blood pressure, improved memory, better balance and sense of calm.

Try any of our several styles. Slow and Gentle flow, fast and Power Flow. All levels, restorative-restful Vinyasa, Beginning, Fundamental and Basics. Yoga means "Union." Find your union of body, mind and sprit with a balance of breathing and relaxation.

Beginning Iyengar Yoga

A form of Hatha Yoga that focuses on safety and alignment, making it accessible for people of all agers through the use of props and careful individual instruction. Check Schedule

Hatha Yoga

Most modern schools of yoga are variations of traditional Hatha, though none of them strictly follow the traditional teaching. This class focuses on physical postures, breathing and mediation to build strength, flexibility, balance and endurance. Check Schedule

Power Yoga

A vigorous, athletic approach to Vinyasa-style yoga. power yoga does not follow a series of poses, and each class sequence varies from the next. There is an emphasis on strength and flexibility, and the room temperature is kept high to promote the release of toxins and provide safety in stretching. Check Schedule

Vinyasa Yoga

A dynamic system of practicing asana, linking breath to movement, Vinyasa involves a series of flowing postures linked by the breath to stretch, detoxify, and strengthen the body, as well as increase energy. Check Schedule





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