8 Not-So-Average Yoga Classes in Huntsville to Try in 2019
Looking for a way to unwind, relax and reenergize yourself this year? Go with the flow and give one of these trendy yoga classes a try. From candlelight yoga to aerial yoga overlooking downtown Huntsville, these sessions are sure to breathe new life into your fitness routine. Namaste, my friends.
Chocolate has been used throughout history to awaken the senses and when you combine the taste with wine, breath and meditation the flavors are enhanced and therefore the meditation. You will close your eyes and breathe in the complexity of the experience. The goal is to get you to use your breath and focus to find and enjoy the flavors rather than just eating and drinking. Being mindful is the goal.. The class fee is $50, and we’d recommend it for your next girls’ night.
Every Sunday in March you can do Yoga in Providence with Maria Brito Fitness! $12 covers your Power Yoga Flow and first pint of beer or glass of wine – pay the day of at The Casual Pint (Huntsville)! Please bring your own mat. Space is limited so arrive early to secure your spot!
New moms can enjoy quality time with their little one and tackle their fitness goals with the babywearing yoga class every Wednesday at 9am. The session, led by Bobbie Wyso of Huntsville Dance Space, adapts traditional yoga stances and stretches for new moms and their babies. If your baby prefers to crawl around, no worries. Wyso encourages moms to let their babies play on the mat, too. Class prices are set at $12 for one class, $50 for five classes or $95 for 10 classes.
MidCity’s The Camp is more than just a place for cool tunes and good food. Its outdoor patio transforms to the Namaste Café every Friday and Saturday during the warm months. Adults, children and even pets are welcome to attend the free one-hour class and stay for coffee from Alchemy afterward. Friday sessions are held from 9:30-10:30am, while Saturday’s are from 8:30-9:30am. Mats and water are not provided, and all classes are weather dependent.
Led by Bobbie Wyso, this special candlelight series is held every Tuesday at 6:15pm at the Huntsville Dance Space on Starmount Circle. Far from the glare of cellphone lights, the Vinyasa Flow class encourages students to let their bodies and energy move into the natural light. Classes are available for $12 per session or five for $50.
Picture this: Gentle stretching and quiet meditation from the top of the Light on Yoga Fitness Studio’s Lighthouse. The space is located on the highest floor in Huntsville inside the Old Times Building and offers a 360-degree view of the city’s skyline. Aside from the Wine and Chocolate class noted earlier in this post, Light on Yoga Fitness also offers a series of other exclusive classes, including YogaBarre and Astanga Yoga lessons.
Skip Saturday brunch and take in the latest gallery exhibition on the North Floor Gallery of Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment and treat yourself to a dynamic one-hour yoga class instead. Led by Casey Bakula of Your Yog. This yoga class encourages students to draw inspiration from the art pieces surrounding them as they find their inner peace through a series of upbeat poses. Mats are not provided. You can register for the 10am class via Square Up.
If you’ve never done yoga and you want to give it a go, you can try it for free once a month at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment. Held in studio 120 at 4:30pm. This free Sampoorna yoga session is designed to be gentle and all inclusive to people of all athletic abilities. While the monthly community session is open to the public in Studio 120, the class size is limited to eight students. The result is a wonderfully intimate class experience, and hot tea is served after each class (how perfect, right?). To register for next month’s yoga session, check out their Facebook Event page.
Leave it to the folks at Old Town Beer Exchange to combine exercise and local beer. Together with Light on Yoga, OTBX will host a special series of “Asanas and Ales” every Sunday at 11am throughout 2019. The one-hour class is $12, and the fee covers the yoga — and your first beer. Because space is limited to 25 people, it’s recommended to come early to claim your spot.
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