Yoga Studio

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Yoga Class Schedule

New Schedule Starting Thursday, November 29, 2018
Minimum 24 hour advanced sign-up required. Sign up by emailing SolarisStableandYoga@gmail.com or texting 571-969-9782. We may also be contacted if you are interested in scheduling a private yoga class. We offer private instruction in Buti, Hatha, and Yin Yoga.

Sunday
10am Buti Sculpt
10:30am Buti Yoga
6pm Candlelight Hatha Yoga

Tuesday
5:30pm Buti Sculpt
6pm Buti Yoga

Wednesday
5:30pm Buti Bands
6pm Buti Yoga

Thursday
5:30pm Buti Sculpt
6pm Buti Yoga

Saturday
10am Buti Bands
10:30am Buti Yoga

Yoga Descriptions

For equestrian yogis, both styles of yoga will enhance your relationship with your horse and improve your riding.

Buti Yoga is a soulful blend of power yoga, cardio-intensive tribal dance, conditioning and deep abdominal toning. This all-in-one workout tones and sculpts the entire body while facilitating complete inner transformation. Buti Yoga helps practitioners tap into their inner power to unleash unshakable confidence, uncover true desire and bond with others instead of compete. The Buti Yoga movement methodology clears away stuck energy and revitalizes the body to allow each student to shift her perception of the world around her.

This 30 minute class uses a HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) format to amp up metabolism, fat burning, and EPOC (Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption). Students move through 4 total rounds of 5 high-low intervals. Each set consists of a high-intensity interval (Dance Cardio / Bands / Conditioning) and a low-intensity interval (static yoga pose). Average calorie burn is 450-600.

Buti Bands is a HIIT-based resistance training workout. Bands are utilized during high-intensity intervals to challenge the body through all planes of motion while targeting the hips and booty through lateral engagement. During low-intensity intervals, students move through static yoga poses to release the muscle group targeted during the high-intensity interval. Buti Bands can be used to increase joint strength and stability, enhance the look and shape of the booty and help repair joint injury through intentional movement. Moving against resistance helps slow the movement and allow the body to integrate deep stabilizing muscles that might have been missed in previous fitness attempts leading to the initial injury.

Hatha Yoga focuses on breath, proper alignment, and modifications with the use of props such as blocks, straps, and blankets. Hatha yoga is great for beginners looking to build a strong foundation for their practice, or anyone who may need to modify the poses.

Yoga with Horses focuses on building trust between horse and rider. The class begins with Pranayama (breathing exercises), which is useful in riding, and then proceeds with mounted asana (poses) that focus on building core strength, balance, flexibility, self-carriage, and centeredness.

Yoga Studio Guidelines

In order to maintain the serenity of the Yoga Studio, please observe the following guidelines:

Advanced sign-up is required for all classes.

Please do not wear perfume or other strong scents to class.

It is recommended to wear no or minimal jewelry.

Please remove shoes before entering the studio.

Please arrive to class 15 minutes early to get checked in. Late arrivals are not permitted.

Leaving class early is not permitted.

No cell phones are permitted in the studio. All phones must be completely silenced (not just vibrate setting) or powered off and stored in closet.

It is best to practice yoga on an empty stomach. If possible, refrain from eating a minimum of 2-3 hours prior to class. If you must eat before class, try to eat fruit or drink vegetable juice or tea.

Inform the teacher of any injuries, diseases, recent surgeries, low back or disc issues, or any other health issues.

You are welcome to use the Studio’s props. Please replace them as you found them. If you use one of the Studio’s mats, please wipe it down after class.

It is recommended to bring water and a small towel.