At JaiPure Yoga, we are committed to fulfilling your health and practice needs. We have a variety of classes, some of which will be heated. The heat (Not So Hot - 80° to 90°), set to a comfortable and ideal temperature, will never rise above your core internal body temperature. In this environment, when you practice, the internal body can be heated up gradually, allowing for a much healthier way for you to remove toxins from the inside out.
A mindful flow class that will change awareness and direction with each of the seasons, pitta, kapha, and vata. See descriptions below:
As we enter the Vata Season (beginning of fall to mid-winter), it's common for the body to become imbalanced due to the natural qualities of the season - cold, mobility, lightness, and expansiveness. If you have a Vata constitution, you may be feeling even more imbalanced during this time. But don't worry, this class is here to help!During this Vata-balancing class, we will focus on creating warmth, serenity, and nourishment in the body and mind. How will we do this? By incorporating gentle movements such as spinal and pelvic undulation, rotation in the joints, counter-poses, and flexion and extension into our flow. We'll also be practicing at a slow, smooth, and steady pace, while holding certain poses to add heat and stability to our practice. And don't worry about feeling rushed - we'll be repeating certain poses to allow the mind and body to sink deeper into the postures.
As we enter the Kapha Season (mid-winter to the end of spring), it's common for the body to become imbalanced due to the natural qualities of the season - cold sluggishness, heaviness, and oiliness. If you have a Kapha constitution, you may be feeling even more imbalanced during this time. But don't worry, we're here to help!
During this class, we will focus on creating movement, lightness, and warmth in the body and mind. How will we do this? By incorporating dynamic flows and challenging poses into our practice. We'll also be focusing on increasing heat and building heat in the body through faster pacing and longer holds in certain poses.
As we enter the Pitta Season (summer), it's common for the body to become imbalanced due to the natural qualities of the season - heat and humidity, quickness to anger, and feelings of impatience and frustration. If you have a Pitta constitution, you may be feeling even more imbalanced during this time. But don't worry, we're here to help!
During this class, we will focus on creating calm, coolness, and relaxation in the body and mind. How will we do this? By incorporating slower flows and cooling poses into our practice. We'll also be focusing on calming the mind through pranayama (breath work) and meditation.
By the end of each of these classes, leave feeling balanced and at ease.
In a JPY Mindful Flow class, you will begin with poses to gently open the body, then move to slow flow to stretch and strengthen the body. Class may conclude with passive, restorative poses. Open to all levels but especially those new to yoga.
Restorative Flow with Crystal Singing Bowls
Come to open your heart, calm your mind, and balance your nervous system. This restorative class will include short gentle sequences and long held postures with crystal bowl sound baths.
For all levels.
INFRARED Mindful Tibetan Flow
This class will focus on breath and movement to energize the prana yet calm the wind channels. The goal is to increase focus, clarity, physical strength and coordination. Leave class feeling mentally and physically balanced. For all levels.
In an INFRARED Heated room to 90 degrees.
Tri-Vinyasa Pure Flow
In a JPY Tri-Vinyasa Pure Flow practice, you will experience the three realms of yoga: physical, energetic, and spiritual. The physical practice will be vigorous with precise alignment instructions. Chanting, dharma, pranayama, and deep relaxation will also be included. Tri-Vinyasa cultivates an integrated practice that is physically challenging yet deeply aware of the subtle aspects of the asana on body, mind, and spirit, all united -- all one. Suitable for all levels.
In a JPY Pure Flow practice, you will experience strong Vinyasa sequences linking yoga postures (asanas) with breath. Deep relaxation, music, chanting, dharma, pranayama, and meditation may be integrated depending on the style of the teacher. Suitable for all levels.
INFRARED Pure Powerflow
In a power flow yoga class, students will build strength, flexibility and concentration while cleansing the body and calming the mind. You can expect a great cardiovascular and strength building workout combined with breath work. Students will move quickly between poses and the poses often focus on building muscular strength and endurance.
In an INFRARED heated room to 90 degrees.
INFRARED Pure Flow
Whether 60 or 75 minutes, same as a Pure Flow class but in an Infrared Heated room heated to 90 to 95 degrees.
In a JPY Pure Basics class, you will experience the following: Breakdown of poses, and deep stretching and relaxation. Props are utilized to deeen/enhance the pose. Pranayama and meditation may also be included in the class. Suitable for those new to yoga as well as those who wish to deepen their practice.
Iyengar Basics/Level 1
Iyengar Basics/Level 1 is for the new Iyengar Yoga students as well as those who wish to bring a deeper understanding and integrity to their yoga practice. Whether starting at the beginning or going back to the basics, you will gain a strong foundation of the fundamental actions and alignment of the poses. Standing poses, seated poses, twists as well as some basic inversions will be taught. The rope wall may also be used.
Iyengar - Open Level
In a JPY Iyengar class, following in the tradition of Sri BKS Iyengar, you will experience the following: an emphasis on alignment and organization within body, mind, and spirit, the use of multiple props to aid alignment and balance, a holding of poses, and ultimately achievement of "meditation in action." Suitable for all levels.
Iyengar - Level 2
For continuing students who would like to strengthen their practice. Exploration of forward and backward extensions and all inversions plus further yoga philosophy will be taught.
In a JPY Pilates class, you will flow through Pilates' foundational exercises to strengthen, lengthen, stretch, and balance your muscles and spine. Pilates is a full body mindbody exercise modality that improves posture, builds core strength, and increases mobility and flexibility.
Suitable for all levels.
"You are only as young as your spine is flexible." ~ Joseph Pilates
In a JPY Restorative class, you will experience the following: pranayama, supported poses that are held to induce physical and mental release and relaxation, and meditation. Supported poses involve the use of props: blocks, straps, bolsters, chairs, and weights. Suitable for all levels.
Yoga Nidra and Nervous System Reset
This class will have some gentle movement and breath work (pranayama) specifically designed to bring the body out of anxiety and into a state of relaxation.
Yoga Nidra is a technique that allows us to deeply relax the physical body and calm the nervous system. Through a series of mental activities, we arrive in the hypnagogic state - the state between sleep and awake where our physical body is asleep and your mental state is alert. Here, we can reset mental patterns and clear energetic blockages.
Due to this deep physical rest yet mental recharge, leave class feeling lighter, happier, and balanced.
In a JPY Yin class, you will find a perfect compliment to your yang practice. Yin postures are done seated or laying on the floor. Poses are held 3 to 5 minutes each with all muscles relaxed and released. Yin practice benefits the physical body by freeing up the tight connective tissue capsules that form around the muscles and joints. More importantly, the long holds in a single still Yin posture become a time of inner reflection, meditation, and peace.
Emerge from this practice feeling physically, emotionally, and spiritually renewed. Suitable for all levels.
In a JaiPure Virtual practice, enjoy the same benefits of a live class in the comfort of your own home.
In this 6-week Yoga & Mindfulness series, students will be guided on a new adventure each week. One week we may find ourselves 'Under the Sea' and another week we may find ourselves on an exciting 'Jungle Journey.' Wherever we go, we will be doing fun yoga poses, games, activities, movement, mindfulness and connecting! Join the fun, make new friends, come practice with us!
Ages: Kindergarten through Grade 3
Aerial - Open Level
Come familiarize yourself with our aerial yoga silks which are suspended like a hammock and sit approx. 4' off the floor. In a JPY Aerial open class, you will experience the following: sun salutations using the aerial hammock, standing and balancing postures using the hammock, some beginner tricks and flips. As your comfort level grows, you will learn more tricks and/or strength poses. Come experience deep relaxation wrapped in a cocoon-- and the effects of antigravity! Suitable for all levels.
For kids aged 9 to 12. Come enjoy and have fun on the aerial hammocks. Kids will learn sun salutations, basic routines and tricks but mainly have fun. Come defy gravity! Only 8 spots available. First come, first serve.
Aerial Yoga Gentle Flow & Restorative
In a JPY Aerial Yoga Gentle/Restorative class, the hammock will be lowered to approx. 10" off the floor. Enjoy the security of the hammock while doing a gentle flow with supported, held poses. Savasana in the hammock is extra long. Meditation will be incorporated at the beginning and end of class.
Truly a class to restore, renew, and refresh. Suitable for all levels. No prior Aerial Yoga experience necessary.
Jump with Joy
A 45 minute class that incorporates a yoga warmup, then moving to the mini trampoline for a creative sequence to build heat and balance, ending with a 10 minute cool down incorporating yoga asana.
About jumping: Rebounding is a type of aerobic exercise that is performed while jumping on a mini-trampoline. Jumps can be fast or slow, and can be mixed with rest or aerobic stepping. Rebounding can help work the muscles in the legs, increase your endurance, and strengthen your bones, among a number of other benefits. This type of exercise is gentle on the joints but allows you to work your cardiovascular system without taxing the body.
Why you should try rebounding: Rebounding is a low-impact cardiovascular exercise. It’s generally appropriate for people of all ages, from children to older adults.
- Following are some additional benefits of rebounding:
- Works the abdominal (core), leg, buttock, and deep back muscles.
- Improves endurance and stimulates the lymphatic system and helps your body flush out toxins, bacteria, dead cells, and other waste products.
- Helps improve balance, coordination, and overall motor skills.
- Supports bone density, bone strength, and bone formation, while decreasing bone resorption.
- Bouncing puts small amounts of pressure on the bones, which helps them grow stronger.
- Bouncing works the muscles of the deep core that help prevent urinary incontinence and stabilize hip joints.
- Plus, it’s fun!
Mindfulness Meditation can be defined as “bringing attention to the present moment by observing our thoughts without bias or judgement.” Although the practice is seemingly simple, the inner workings and nuances of our individual minds is not, and if we don’t learn to sit and handle our thoughts and emotions, they eventually overwhelm us. This practice of Mindfulness not only draws us closer to the present moment, but also adds a level of clarity, resilience and equanimity to our physical and spiritual lives, and is a beautiful complimentary practice to the asanas and Yoga.
This 60 minute class explores the fundamentals of Mindfulness Meditation as taught from the perspective of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism.