Beginner Classes:

Beginner Hatha

Wednesdays at 6This class is geared toward the beginner and an introduction to yoga. Students will not only be navigated through a set of basic poses, discussing alignment, form and modifications to make poses fit each student, but we will also discuss breathing techniques, explore brief meditations and learn about the wonders of yoga.

Boo Boo Body

Tuesdays, 6:15 pmMany people come to yoga to heal their bodies and minds. This class is geared toward being very careful and mindful of ailments of the shoulders, knees, ankles, of people with certain conditions that make exercise difficult on the body. All those who are cleared by their physicians to engage in yoga should register for this class. 

Fun With Props

Sundays 11:30amThis class is so much fun, and the yoga blocks, straps, pillow and blankets are truly useful in making all poses accessible to the beginner. This is a class that beginners should take. All you need is a set of inexpensive yoga blocks, strap, and some household pillows and blankets. 

At Home Practice Can Be Wonderful

Finding The Right Space
First things first. You do not need a ton of space. You just need to be able to lay down a mat and hold your arms out in a T shape. That's all the room you need. Try to close the door and take some private time. ZOOM makes it easy to take classes as last minute as 2 hours registration before class. So, with at home practice, you're always ready to go! Turning your audio and video on and off gives an extra layer of convenience and privacy. But we at Groovy Lotus LOVE to see your beautiful practice!

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Yoga History and Philosophy

The practices of yoga are designed to guide us towards an experience of Yoga. Derived from the Sanskrit root “Yuj,” meaning “to yoke, or join,” the experience of Yoga is freedom from the feeling of separateness, creating a mind blowing sense of intimate belonging. The original recorded experiences and teachings of yoga arose in India, some scholars say as early as 3000 B.C.E. We can trace the evolution of teachings through the texts of the Vedas, Upanishads, Yoga Sutras, and the Bhagavad Gita. The physical practice of yoga (asana practice) gained traction in the West in the 20th century as a means to attain health, beauty, and counter the effects of aging. And yet, no matter the reasons for practicing, a magic occurs through the practice of yoga. As the usual tensions relax, a deeper inquiry arises, sparking a quest to discover our true nature, allowing life to be richer and more wonderful.(yogaanytime)