“Taking cues from the Willow Tree, we gain strength from becoming flexible, dancing gracefully with the wind.”

What is yoga?

Yoga is among the oldest system of heath practiced today. It has been scientifically proven to reduce stress, lower blood pressure, increase energy, strength and endurance, while giving you peace of mind. Yoga means “union”, and it is that state when your life of action and thought are in harmony with the very source of your being.

Types of Yoga that Paige teaches

Kripalu Yoga - Creative sequencing focusing on physical asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing), and meditation that allows you to make body intelligent choices from within. Kripalu practices are led as a creative inquiry with an emphasis upon personal experience being the authentic teacher.

Hatha Yoga - A small branch of all the yoga practices. A set of postures and breathing excercises known as “sun and moon” yoga. This physical yoga practice uses body postures to open the body and heart.

Vinyasa Yoga - Flowing sequences linked closely to smooth, deliberate breath with the union of body to mind.

Yin Yoga - A quiet practice in which postures gently stretch and rehabilitate the connective tissues that form our joints. Poses are generally held longer for the connective tissues to respond.

What is Thai Yoga Massage?

Thai massage is a form of bodywork that incorporates a combination of point pressure, energy meridian work, and yoga-like stretching for an invigorating and balancing experience. It’s a great stress relief that eliminates tension, and leads you to feel completely relaxed. There is no oil used. Massage is done on a comfortable floor mat, and you remain comfortably clothed throughout the massage. Thai massage weaves yoga postures with Thai bodywork techniques. It enhances strength and flexibility, relaxes sore or tense muscles, and helps with range of motion. Thai massage also encourages lymphatic function to help detoxify the body and heighten the immune system.