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Yoga on the Park Studio offers classes, workshops, and events that address each of these needs. Yoga classes are not all the same! Look at the schedule, class descriptions, and teacher bios to find the right practice for you! Yoga for everybody and every body!
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It could be one or more of many reasons:
VINYASA FLOW: A dynamic, flowing, physically challenging yoga class. Good physical condition and a regular yoga practice are recommended.
MODERATE: Appropriate for most students. Build strength, flexibility, and balance, while learning about safe alignment, breathing, and mindbody connections.

GENTLE: An excellent choice for students recovering from an injury, or who want a slower-paced, less physically demanding class. An accessible class also suitable for beginners.

YIN: What distinguishes this from other types of yoga are the hold time of the pose (typically 3-5 min) and the generous use of props. In yin poses our muscles become soft and gravity takes us deeper, thus allowing the connective tissue to release/stretch. Yin often works in a restorative way.

INTERMEDIATE: Deepen your practice by learning a greater range of postures, with longer holding times and pranayama for specific benefits.
Build greater strength, flexibility and balance as you advance in your practice. Good physical condition and some yoga experience recommended.
FLEX FLOW: Join us for an invigorating all-levels, 60 minute hatha yoga asana practice followed by an optional 30 minutes of pranayama and meditation practice Come and go as your schedule dictates. Get yourself ready to take on the challenges of your day with joy and ease.

LUNCHTIME EXPRESS: Designed for the yoga practitioner wanting to recharge in the middle of the day. A 45-minute led class that is faster-paced and makes the best of the time available. A great way to start your afternoon!

YIN: What distinguishes this from other types of yoga are the hold time of the pose (typically 3-5 min) and the generous use of props. In yin poses our muscles become soft and gravity takes us deeper, thus allowing the connective tissue to release/stretch. Yin often works in a restorative way.

GENTLE: An excellent choice for students recovering from an injury, or who want a slower-paced, less physically demanding class. An accessible class also suitable for beginners.

MODERATE: Appropriate for most students. Build strength, flexibility, and balance, while learning about safe alignment, breathing, and mindbody connections.

YIN: What distinguishes this from other types of yoga are the hold time of the pose (typically 3-5 min) and the generous use of props. In yin poses our muscles become soft and gravity takes us deeper, thus allowing the connective tissue to release/stretch. Yin often works in a restorative way.

GENTLE: An excellent choice for students recovering from an injury, or who want a slower-paced, less physically demanding class. An accessible class also suitable for beginners.

MODERATE: Appropriate for most students. Build strength, flexibility, and balance, while learning about safe alignment, breathing, and mindbody

CHAIR YOGA: A safe, energizing class for those who have joint injury, are recovering from illness, or simply want a gentle class. Through the use of a chair you are supported while relieving stiffness and stretching muscles. Increase your capacity for a freer, more vibrant life!
GENTLE: An excellent choice for students recovering from an injury, or who want a slower-paced, less physically demanding class. An accessible class also suitable for beginners.

YIN: What distinguishes this from other types of yoga are the hold time of the pose (typically 3-5 min) and the generous use of props. In yin poses our muscles become soft and gravity takes us deeper, thus allowing the connective tissue to release/stretch. Yin often works in a restorative way.

CHAIR YOGA: A safe, energizing class for those who have joint injury, are recovering from illness, or simply want a gentle class. Through the use of a chair you are supported while relieving stiffness and stretching muscles. Increase your capacity for a freer, more vibrant life!

VIGOROUS: A challenging practice to further strengthen the body and build endurance while tuning to the breath. This class is great to help
relieve stress after a long work day. Good physical condition and a regular yoga practice are recommended.

VINYASA FLOW: A dynamic, flowing, physically challenging yoga class. Good physical condition and a regular yoga practice are recommended.

TRUE NORTH MEDITATION: Buddhist meditation instruction open to all. A 30-minute sitting (cushions and chairs provided) and a Dharma talk on various topics, with discussion in a welcoming community of meditators.
COMMUNITY CLASS: All-levels class by donation. This class includes 1.5 hours of yoga and 30 minutes of meditation. Pay what you can, have a very deep practice!
FOCUS: (Begin Begin Again)

KRIPALU: A form of hatha yoga, including postures (asana), breathing techniques (pranayama), relaxation and meditation.

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5582 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, QC H4A 1W3