COVID-19 Reopening Information
Strengthen, Unwind And Restore
Each of our yoga classes is specifically designed to fire up your strength, reset your mind and restore your energy. Yoga classes are taught by some of the best yoga instructors in the area and tailored to fit every experience level.
- All recurring yoga classes are free for members and are included in day pass purchases.
- Space is limited. Yogis are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to register online through our website's calendar, or with the RGPro app, prior to the start of class. All yogis wishing to reserve their space in the studio must check in with the instructor and be on their mat 5 minutes prior to the start of class. Spots are only guaranteed until 5 minutes before class is scheduled to start. If all spaces are filled, you may add your name to the wait-list.
- To ensure the safety of all students and to honor each student’s practice, yogis will not be permitted to enter the practice space 15 minutes after the class has started.
Hampden Yoga Calendar
Yoga Inversions with Jermain Keene
Sunday, March 22 | 12:00 - 2:00 PM
Looking to take your practice upside down? Join Jermain on March 22nd from 12–2pm for an inversion workshop that’s sure to flip your perspective! From crow to handstand and several postures in between, you’ll have plenty of oppurtunities to play at your edge and surprise yourself as you step (or float!) out of your comfort zone. Come prepared to have fun! No previous inversion experience necessary.
$15 for Members | $30 for Non-members
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AcroYoga is a fun and uplifting practice that can be both fun and challenging, plus it compliments your climbing routine. AcroYoga combines the playfulness of partner acrobatics with the mindfulness of yoga and the creativity of dance. Working in partnership with others, the practice builds trust, communication, connection, flexibility, and strength. This class is open to all levels and no partner is required.
All Levels Vinyasa
Vinyasa focuses on integrating breath and movement through steady and fluid asana sequences called vinyasa. It can be both dynamic (flowing from pose to pose, as in sun salutations) and static (holding poses and refining the breath while being steady and stable). There’s something for everyone in a vinyasa flow class!
Ashtanga yoga combines Pranayama (breath), Drishti (focus), and Asana (physical postures) in a prescribed and well-balanced sequence. It is a moving meditation that draws on the intelligent order of postures and vinyasa to help build physical strength and mental focus. The led class structure consists of building the traditional Primary sequence. Repetition of this rigorous sequence allows for deeper exploration and comparison of progress over time.
Begin or refine your practice. This class is designed to give you a language and an understanding of the practice(s) of yoga. It is designed to get you feeling stable, balanced, at ease and accomplished in your practice.
Hatha Yoga builds strength, endurance, and flexibility through Asanas (postures) and Pranayama (breathing techniques). This integrated practice is rooted in the 8 limbs of yoga, helping to balance the mind and body. It is challenging, but accessible to all skill levels. Hatha incorporates elements of flowing vinyasa, inversions, balances, and longer stationary poses to help you discover concentration, meditation, healing relaxation, contentedness, and peace.
Breathwork, moderate to difficult poses, and arm balances are sequenced together to create a flowing form of yoga. Find your edge and challenge your limits in this uplifting class!
Yin Yoga is a deeply gentle and restorative class, with accessible stretches held for 2-5 minutes at a time. Easing into seated and on-the-ground postures allows you to stretch beyond the muscles; releasing ligaments, fascia, and other connective tissue. Enjoy spending time with the body in a nourishing and healing space. Extra layers or socks can feel good in this cooling class.