YOGA FOR RECOVERY

WHY YOGA?

WHAT IS MISSING FROM MARTIAL ARTS IS RESTORE AND RECOVERY

Using yoga as a physical recovery allows you to focus on building a greater range of motion in the body as well as increasing flexibility, which can help with injury prevention. It aids in reducing next day soreness and burnouts as well as helping the body remain flexible and strong without adding stress to the joints, among many other physical benefits.

IMPROVE MENTAL HEALTH

Using yoga for mental and emotional recovery will lead you to strengthen your mindset. It can bring you mental clarity and calmness while reducing anxiety. It aids in balancing out our energy levels as well as helping you develop a deeper understanding and gratitude towards your body and mind through mindfulness, while ultimately attaining peace in all aspects of life.

HEALTHY RANGE OF MOTION

Our structure strongly focuses on breath control, gaining body awareness and understanding correct alignment before taking the practice further. Having a proper understanding of what the correct mobility is for you as an individual, is extremely important to one's practice.

STRUCTURE

RESTORE & RECOVER SAFELY

Our structure allows the student to work on strength-based postures while gaining the flexibility they need to restore and recover their body as well as gaining knowledge on how to safely work through any injury or limitation.

Yoga is for all body types, all strengths and weaknesses,

and all fitness levels.

KATHY

I'm so happy to be a part of the Stasis family. The Studio is clean and relaxing. Bianca's Yoga classes are perfect for my health and fit into my lifestyle. Bianca yoga classes combine relaxation with a tough workout. A perfect blend, and I'm so happy it's close to home.

KAELYN

...She never makes you feel shameful for any positions you might not be able to reach, and always provides alternatives, as she understands that some people have injuries or other things prohibiting them from stretching fully... I highly highly HIGHLY recommend stasis because of all it’s done for me and Bianca’s personal way of teaching.

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TRACK YOUR PROGRESS

STAY MOTIVATED

Imagine being able to see your progress in the palm of your hands! Here at Stasis, we want you to be successful and achieve the goals you set out. This is why we have a member portal for each student that tracks your attendance towards yoga milestones. Accessing all this through your phone gives each student a more personalized yoga experience.

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

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HATHA YOGA

  • Consists of mostly standing postures

  • Focuses on gaining physical and mental strength

  • Improves your mobility and range of motion

  • Works on cardio and endurance

  • Builds heat within the body

  • Learn how to connect movement to breath

  • Create balance for your central nervous system

  • Prepares the body for deeper practices such as meditation

YIN YOGA

  • Consists of mostly static postures

  • Seated, table top, prone or supine postures

  • Focuses on deep stretching & opening the body

  • Poses held for approx. 2-5 minutes each

  • Reduces stiffness in connective tissues & joints

  • Reduces soreness while gaining mobility

  • Works on controlling the breath

  • Develop stronger mental focus

  • Grounds the central nervous system

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YOGA THERAPEUTICS

  • Mainly seated, table top, prone or supine postures

  • Focuses on toning the physical body

  • Consists of therapeutic movement

  • Learn how to connect movement to breath

  • Reduces stiffness in tissues & joints though deep stretching

  • Improves your mobility and range of motion

  • Experience greater relaxation

  • Sometimes guided meditation will be included during the final resting pose

To learn more about meditation, it's benefits and why it's important, read our meditation blog post here.