We are beyond excited to share with you that our doors will officially open on…
January 2nd, 2022.
Our first day will be ushered in by Olivia who will teach her 9am class both in studio and via Zoom.
Can you believe it! We almost can’t!
This is an auspicious opening date as we opened the original TYC doors on this date six years ago.
Whoa. Take a breath. Whew!
It has been quite the journey. Thank you for walking patiently beside us as we navigated the twists and turns of the pandemic and the set backs encountered with construction delays.
When our doors open you will be welcomed by staff and teachers that you have come to know and love. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet our newest instructors, Andrew Cox, Jane Silva Depp and Jenifer Zetlan.
In addition to our new address and new teachers, we will also have new rates for our per class rate and 5 and 10 class passes. The new rates will go into
effect on January 1st, 2022. Feel free to “stock up now” but please remember all passes have a 3 month expiration date. Purchase accordingly. We will have our Open House Celebration in January and will offer our annual pass sale on that date.
Our location comes with a large parking footprint to facilitate its array of
businesses. There will be dedicated parking spaces for the other businesses that we are co-tenants with. We ask for everyone’s patience and perseverance as there may be times during holidays and the summer where parking is
challenging. To alleviate frustration and congestion, we’d like to remind you that in addition to parking within the lot, there is ample parking (used by those
accessing the bike path) by the train tracks with a sidewalk and path that lead to our door! We will again encourage and incentivize walking, biking and
carpooling, always. Each month you will have a chance to enter a raffle to win a FREE class when you make the time to plan ahead and reduce your carbon footprint.
We appreciate your patience, thoughtfulness and help!
Over the past few weeks in preparation for our re-opening, we have been
calling upon our teachers to speak towards their teaching styles and classes in an effort to make you feel more at home as you re-enter the studio walls or re-engage with practices that may have become dormant. We hope that hearing their words will inspire you to sign up for a class you’ve spied from afar or get you back into your favorite class groove.
Today, our beloved Michele would like to re-introduce you to Slow Vinyasa Flow…
Slow Vinyasa Flow
Tuesdays at 5:30pm-6:30pm
“My Tuesday night slow flow class begins with the simple, yet profound act of noticing our own being. As we tune awareness inward to breath, we become more aware of our energetic and physical bodies. Practicing in the evening brings its own needs. We take the time to be aware of the transition between day and night and how our body is responding to that shift.
As we progress through asana, I encourage students to take that awareness into their vinyasa. Be kind to yourself. If you need to activate and move some stuck or agitated energy, I provide variations to “power up”. If it is more important to “wind down”, I cue opportunities for more restorative modifications. Because we move slowly — 4 or 5 rounds of full breath in each posture — students are able to more fully explore what best serves them, including the usage of props.
There is a misconception that “slow flow” means an easy or beginner practice, and while the class is accessible to yogis at all stages, many students find that a slower pace challenges them in ways a faster flow does not. By moving slowly, we are in fuller awareness of ourselves and how we breathe and move in alignment with that consciousness.
Students who practice with me often remark that my cues assist them in
realizing deeper benefits of yoga and feeling at home in their minds and bodies, even when a posture or breath challenges them. I take care to
sequence my classes in ways that move naturally from posture to posture and appreciate that students I’ve practiced with for years now still enjoy the rhythm and pacing of our time together on the mat. I am looking forward to seeing you all in person again! See you soon! – Michele “
Enjoy your week and make sure you are taking care of your bodies, minds and spirits!
xoxo- Your TYC Tribe