Yoga Classes for Pole Dancers

Choose the right Yoga Class for you!

yoga classesYoga has been popular for many for years and it’s here to stay. There are many different types of Yoga classes, but which one is best for you? Are you cross training and trying to achieve some personal goals? Here is a list of our favourite Yoga classes for increasing your flexibility for your Pole Fitness and Aerial classes. As we build or strength it is important to stretch and release tension to avoid injury. The more you stretch the less likely you will injure yourself! View Cherry Blossom Studio‘s schedule for upcoming Yoga classes.

HATHA

Hatha yoga is a refers to any type of yoga that teaches physical postures. Nearly every type of yoga class taught in the West is hatha yoga. This is a great introduction class to basic yoga poses. You probably won’t work up a sweat in a hatha yoga class, but you should end up leaving class feeling longer, looser, and definatley more relaxed.

 

Restorative

Restorative yoga is a great way to relax and soothe frayed nerves. Restorative classes use bolsters, blankets, and blocks to prop students in passive poses so the body can experience the many benefits of a pose without having to exert any effort. A good restorative class can be more rejuvenating than a nap. These is a great class to take at the end of a long day.

VINYASA

Vinyasa (pronounced “vin-yah-sah”) is a Sanskrit word for a phrase that roughly translates as “to place in a special way,” referring in hatha yoga to a sequence of poses. Vinyasa classes are known for their fluid, movement-intensive practices. Vinyasa instructors choreograph their classes to smoothly transition from pose to pose, and will often play music to keep things lively.

Aerial Yoga

Aerial Yoga is a mix between aerials and Yoga, all body parts are forced to move and stretch. Students hang from a hammock as the instructor takes them through a series of stretches. Aerial yoga helps you to move more freely, with less effort, by counteracting gravity. Suspension in the air releases tension on the bones and muscles, increasing flexibility and deepening your practice.