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YOGA

The yoga pose is not the goal. Becoming flexible is not the goal. Standing on your hands is not the goal. The goal is serenity. Balance. Truly finding peace in your own skin. 

-Rachel Brathen

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Aura House Signature Yoga

specialized designer yoga classes you can only find at The Aura House

Aura Soul 

explore emotional and physical sensations by awakening, igniting, and restoring our soul through meditation, breath work, and movement

Rhythm & Flow

amplify our ability to be present and live in the movement, by engaging in a high-energy creative yoga flow, guided by the rhythm of the music

Reflect & Restore

connecting mind and body through intention setting, journaling, a restorative flow and a sound bath

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Restorative

restores the body to its parasympathetic nervous system function, which, in turn, helps the body rest, heal, and restore balance

Restorative & Yoga Nidra

a slower style of yoga in which poses are held for a minute and eventually up to five minutes or more. It’s designed to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility and focuses on the hips, lower back, and thighs and uses props like bolsters, blankets, and blocks to let gravity do the work, helping to relax. Students are also led through a Yoga Nidra meditation to deepen relaxation. 

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Vinyasa

a method of yoga in which movements form a flowing sequence in coordination with the breath.

Vinyasa 

a style of yoga where the poses are synchronized with the breath in a continuous rhythmic flow. The flow can be meditative in nature, calming the mind and nervous system, even though you’re moving

Power Vinyasa

power yoga strengthens the muscles while also increasing flexibility. The variation of sequences keeps the brain engaged while you work all muscle groups in the body

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Prenatal

teaches strength and stamina, as well as concentration and breath control, invaluable tools during labor and birth. 

Prenatal Yoga

focuses on easing pains associated with pregnancy, such as sore hips or an aching low back. Prenatal yoga provides stress relief, exercise, and self-care in one session, and the breathing exercises can come in handy during labor and delivery.

Pregnant Yoga