Weekly Class Offerings
Warm up with partner conditioning, silly walks, and connection/trust games. Learn a solid basis to fly, base and spot key partner exercises to unlock a completely unique realm of exercise and movement.
This ongoing weekly class is a modern exploration into this ancient yogic tradition. Kundalini yoga is a practice in personal development and discipline. It is open to Everyone and through our breathwork practice and Kriyas (set of movements, breathing or chanting – usually held for a set amount of time) we develop incredible core strength, integration and awareness. Benefits are immense and include greater overall strength and targeted belly/core strength, flexibility, immune boost, reduction of stress and anxiety, calm mind, feelings of connection to a greater whole.
Happy, Healthy, Whole.
This special 2-hour workshop features detailed instruction in: asana, vinyasa, bandha, mudra, mantra, and pranayama.
This weekly workshop is intended for yoga practitioners and teachers who are interested in advancing or creating a meaningful and productive daily practice. Each week will feature a pinnacle pose, series of poses, or technique to give a broader understanding of safe progression for full benefit. Along with the physical practice, yoga philosophy, yoga nidra (psychic sleep), meditation, and crossovers between yoga, science, healing arts, and functional movements will be elucidated.
Please bring a yoga mat or flying carpet, personal props if you have some, a journal or notebook, your beautiful self, a beginner’s mind.
We offer a weekly, donation-based meditation class, facilitated by The Brick Sit House. The Brick Sit House is a welcoming meditation community open to everyone. We’re dedicated to providing Lexington with a warm, secular environment in which to pursue modern mindfulness.
Learn basic postures, breathing methods and movement protocols that form the foundation of Qi Gong practice. The class assists student to practice and use the diverse methods of Qi Gong to meet their individual goals and needs.
Enjoy a cup of herbal tea, then head into our studio for a long savasana. (It’s ok if you fall asleep!) We’ll have yoga mats and blankets spread out for you, but you’re welcome to bring your own. Seated silent meditation is also acceptable for those wishing to remain awake.
Slow Flow Yoga
We are vast, like the sky. And when we practice, we get a moment of vacation from outside stress. Even just a moment. And little by little, we build on that moment. And our mind relaxes. More space inside. And we notice that this is our natural state.
Special Needs Yoga
This beginner introductory therapeutic yoga class includes practical techniques of movement, balance, relaxation, breath, sound vibration, presence, and mindfulness.
Arrive in wheelchairs or on walkers, canes, or crutches. Those with invisible special needs are welcome. Caretakers welcome.
All ages. All abilities. All cognitive levels.
Subtle Power Yoga
Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art composed primarily of slow meditative physical movements designed for application, relaxation, balance, physical and mental health. Tai Chi is considered a soft martial art. Tai Chi is beneficial to the human body in many ways. It helps to reduce stress and anxiety, increase bone density and lower blood pressure within its practitioners.
T’ai chi (Tai Chi) provides meditation, self-defense, improved control of balance and much more. The slow controlled movements cause the red slow twitch muscle fibers to build more mitochondria, the energy factories of the cell, increasing metabolism and endurance.
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We welcome all members of our community at Centered. If finances are a limiting factor for you, please ask about scholarships and sliding scale opportunities, as we are often able to work with clients and students to find a way to make our classes financially accessible. Scholarship spaces are limited; please ask about availability if you are in need.