Yoga at Del Sol

Yoga at Del Sol incorporates the tradition of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and the concepts of equanimty and impermanance to help build self acceptance, strength, and the resilience to face life with open arms. Our practices have been mindfully crafted to help the practitioner experience a full mind, body, and spirit journey. Many of the classes are heated between 85 and 95 degrees and we work closely with our breath to anchor into the present moment and to help one get deeper into our bodies. Join us for a deeper experience into self -

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Hot Vinyasa

Hot Vinyasa is a sweaty, hot, yoga class that continuously moves with a rapid rhythmic breath. Set in a toasty, fun environment with upbeat music that might even having you singing along. You will be guided through a set of flowing postures and then let you flow on your own!

We recommend you bring a mat, towel, and water.

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Sol Burn

This is a slower paced class connecting each breath with movement that is meant to explore each yoga pose by feeling it rather than just doing it. The invitation will always be there for one to take their awareness within by closing their eyes. It truly is a calming and therapeutic experience. This class welcomes all yoga practitioners.

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Ashtanga Americano

This is the foundation, the roots, to our Vinyasa lineage with a set basic format for every class. The class is an outbreak of the traditional style that came from India which we set to music and add our own teaching flair. Come prepared to stay in postures a little longer than our flowing Vinyasa classes- although the class is not heated, bring a towel, you will still sweat, a lot.

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Yin

Yin might be the hardest yet most wonderful yoga class you will ever take in your life. Unlike the vinyasa flow classes, each posture is held for about 6-8 minutes, so there are a very limited number of postures done. Yin actually moves bone over time, making it incredibly healing and beneficial for every person to start at any point in their life. A very meditative, calming experience.

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