Orlando 2019 Class Schedule – Altamonte Class Schedule Coming Soon
|10:15 AM-10:45 AM||Yoga for Children||Location: Area A
Presented by Bendy & Balanced
This yoga class for children is movement, fun and mindfulness. We bark in downward dog, hiss in cobra pose and land peacefully on our mats in butterfly pose. At any age, yoga builds physical strength and flexibility. Internally, yoga also shows us how to focus and live with confidence, peace, gratitude, compassion and kindness. We play yoga games and practice partner poses to build confidence and self-esteem. Above all, we have fun! We educate the heart & transform the world one child at a time.
|10:00 AM- 11:00 AM||Move, Sweat, Breathe||Location: Area B
Presented by Full Circle Yoga
Yes, yoga can help you move, sweat and breathe. With consistency, flow yoga can help you strengthen, tone and increase your metabolism. Remember that your body was meant to move. The key in your practice is to learn to move mindfully toward your “edge,” the place where your body feels challenged, but not overwhelmed. In this class, expect to work up a sweat, without twisting into a pretzel. This session will include fun, flowing and dynamic movement. ALL LEVELS WELCOME!
|11:00 AM- 12:00 PM||Community Yoga||Location: Area A
Presented by the creators of Yoga in Lake Eola Park.
Everyone is welcome as rad teachers guide participants through a all-level, friendly movement yoga practice. All ages and ability levels are welcome – this is a judgement-free zone.
|11:30- 12:30 PM||It’s All About Balance
|Location: Area B
Presented by RDV Sportsplex.
Find your balance in life and better your overall wellness through this mind / body yoga class. Beginning, intermediate and advanced yoga students will enjoy this complete yoga body flow class designed for all fitness levels. RDV’s top-tier yoga professionals provide instruction, feedback, variations and modifications, so you can live life in perfect balance and harmony.
|12:30 PM- 1:30 PM||Druminyasa||Location: Area A
Presented by Guruv Yoga.
Feel the rhythms of the drums as you connect breath, heartbeat, mind & body to a vinyasa flow led by instructors from Guruv Yoga and beats by percussionist Brad Ellsworth of Druminyasa (Wanderlust, Asheville Yoga Festival). As featured by The Washington Times, CBS, and Washington’s WTOP news, Brad Ellsworth of Druminyasa® has been playing drums and percussion for over 25 years.
|1:00 PM- 2:00 PM||Slow Flow Yoga||Location: Area B
Presented by The Peaceful Peacock.
Slow Flow Yoga. Tracking the energy in our bodies through the flow of the breath, this class focuses on building a slow sequence of cooling and gentle heating movement. Creating the space to settle deeply into each pose, we will strengthen our bodies while cultivating a rich appreciation of our own uniqueness. . All ages, fitness levels, shapes and sizes welcome!
|2:00 PM- 3:15 PM||Intro to Acro Yoga||Location: Area A
Presented by Orlando Acro Club with AcroSarah.
Welcome to AcroYoga! During this beginner’s level class, you will learn the foundations of AcroYoga in a safe, fun and accessible way. Working in base/flyer/spotter trios, we will cultivate connection, trust and play as we make shapes together and soar through the air as birds, high-flying whales and stars! No experience required. Come alone or bring a friend. All you need is an open mind and an open heart to join in.
|2:30 PM- 3:30 PM||Buti Yoga Flow||Location: Area B
Presented by Yoga Mix
For the music loving yogi who likes a good sweat. Get your cardio fix with this core centric class that combines classic yoga poses with plyometrics and elements of dance.
|4:15PM- 5:00 PM||End of Day
|Location: Area A
Presented by Holding Space
Move from Yoga Nidra (guided meditation) to seated meditation and guided breathing in this meditation sequence to close the day feeling peaceful and rejuvenated. Yoga Nidra brings the body into a space of deep relaxation and allows you to bypass the physical and critical mind, reaching deep into the subconscious. It is here that we can plant the seed of your affirmation to clear un-serving belief structures and at the same time relax the body and mind from daily stress. Studies have shown that one hour of Yoga Nidra has the same healing effects of three hours of sleep.