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Rising Heights Yoga

Yoga is a holistic practice that encompasses various elements contributing to physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

At its core, yoga involves physical postures (asanas) designed to enhance flexibility, strength, and balance. These postures are often combined with conscious breathing techniques (pranayama), which not only oxygenate the body but also cultivate mindfulness and presence. Meditation plays a crucial role in yoga, fostering mental clarity, emotional resilience, and inner peace. Additionally, the philosophical underpinnings of yoga, rooted in ancient Indian traditions, offer guidance for ethical living, self-awareness, and personal transformation. The practice of yoga extends beyond the mat, encouraging individuals to integrate mindfulness and compassion into their daily lives, fostering a sense of interconnectedness with oneself, others, and the world at large. Through the harmonization of body, breath, mind, and spirit, yoga offers a path towards holistic wellness and self-realization.
Hatha Yoga
This is a gentle form of yoga that focuses on basic postures and breathing exercises, making it suitable for beginners.
Vinyasa Yoga
Also known as flow yoga, vinyasa involves linking breath with movement in a continuous sequence of poses. It's often dynamic and can be physically demanding.
Ashtanga Yoga
This is a vigorous style of yoga that follows a specific sequence of poses, each synchronized with breath. It's known for its intensity and focus on building strength, flexibility, and stamina.
Bikram Yoga
Developed by Bikram Choudhury, this style consists of a series of 26 poses practiced in a room heated to a high temperature (95-100 degrees). The heat is believed to facilitate deeper stretching and detoxification.
Yin Yoga
Targets the connective tissues of the body through passive, long-held poses, typically performed
on the floor. It's designed to increase flexibility, release tension, and promote relaxation.
Restorative Yoga
Similar to Yin yoga, restorative yoga utilizes props to support the body in gentle poses held for
extended periods. It's deeply relaxing and promotes healing and rejuvenation.


What To Wear
When attending a yoga class, it's advisable to wear clothing that prioritizes comfort, flexibility, and breathability. Opt for attire such as moisture-wicking leggings, shorts, or yoga pants paired with a breathable top or tank. Avoid overly loose clothing that may impede movement or require constant adjustment. Additionally, consider wearing layers that can easily be removed as your body heats up during practice. It's essential to choose clothing that allows you to move freely through various yoga poses without restriction. Overall, prioritizing comfort and ease of movement in your attire will contribute to a more enjoyable and fulfilling yoga session.
What To Expect
Attending a yoga class offers a holistic experience aimed at enhancing physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Upon arrival, you can expect a tranquil environment conducive to relaxation and introspection. Typically, classes begin with a brief centering exercise or meditation to cultivate focus and awareness. The instructor will guide participants through a series of yoga poses (asanas), each synchronized with conscious breathing techniques (pranayama). Expect variations in intensity and difficulty, catering to practitioners of all levels, from beginners to advanced yogis. Throughout the session, emphasis is placed on alignment, mindful movement, and fostering a deeper connection between the body, mind, and breath. Classes often conclude with a period of relaxation or meditation, allowing for reflection and integration of the practice. Overall, attending a yoga class offers an opportunity for self-discovery, stress reduction, and personal growth, leaving participants feeling rejuvenated and balanced.

What To Bring
Of course Yourself!
❖ A comfortable Mat of your preference
(I always recommend laying on your back and stomach, kneeling, and sitting on all fours before purchasing a Mat. Everyone's body is different, and you will not get a good practice if your mat is uncomfortable. Think of your mat as an extension of you! Mats should be about your body height, it is totally okay if when you lay down your arms extend further than the top of the mat)
Optional items to bring!
❖ Yoga Blocks
❖ Tennis Balls
❖ Yoga Strap (Only needed for flexibility assistance)
❖ A thick Towel or Blanket of your choice


Make sure to bring water! Needs to be non spillable!

Hot/Bikram Yoga What To Expect

Hot yoga, also known as Bikram yoga, is a popular practice that involves performing yoga poses in a heated room typically maintained at a temperature of 95 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit. This specialized form of yoga offers numerous benefits, including increased flexibility, improved circulation, enhanced detoxification through sweating, and a heightened sense of mental clarity and focus. The intense heat helps to loosen muscles and joints, allowing practitioners to deepen their stretches and achieve a greater range of motion. Additionally, the heat promotes relaxation and stress relief, making it an effective method for both physical and mental well-being. With its emphasis on mindfulness and breath control amidst challenging conditions, hot yoga offers a unique and invigorating experience for individuals seeking to enhance their overall health and vitality.

Rising Heights Yoga 2023-24 Schedule is as follows:

Beginner Yoga Mondays 7:30-8:30PM

Ages 12 and older

Hot/Bikram Yoga Fridays 7:00-8:00PM

Ages 16 and older

Open Yoga Saturdays 8:30-9:30AM

Ages 12 and older

Rising Heights Yoga currently runs as drop in classes with options to purchase punch cards for multiple classes.

Drop In Rate: $15 Per Class

5 Class Punch Card - $65

10 Class Punch Card - $130

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