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Burlington Yoga's mission is to provide a supportive, focused atmosphere accessible to students of all levels to develop and nourish their individual practice.

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Workshops

Funky Flow

Upbeat and playful, this mixed levels class provides lovers of contemporary music, dance and yoga a space in which to fuse all three. Come move, sweat and Flow to the music! Lead by Kaleigh and Christina.

Saturday, Apr. 19 - 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Tuesday, Apr. 22 - 9:15 PM to 10:15 PM

$15

Monthly Restorative and Massage

Let your mind expand into vast, open space with a monthly restorative yoga massage, calmly surrendering stress and tension. Relaxing the body and mind, the breath becomes the tide for all thought activity, clearing and renewing into emptiness. Co-taught by Malaika, Lakshmi and Cilla.

Sunday, Apr. 27 - 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Sunday, May. 18 - 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Sunday, Jun. 29 - 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Sunday, Jul. 27 - 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Sunday, Aug. 31 - 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Sunday, Sep. 28 - 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

$30

Prostrations

The ancient practice of prostrations integrates the activities of the body (the physical movement), speech (the mantra), and the mind (visualization) into one synchronous and unified experience. The practice performed in a state of pure and absolute presence powerfully transforms our tensions, negative emotions and limiting beliefs. Lead by Emily Gallagher

Saturday, May. 03 - 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Saturday, Jun. 07 - 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Saturday, Jul. 12 - 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Saturday, Aug. 02 - 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Saturday, Sep. 06 - 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

$13

Roll Out the Body

This 2 hour workshop is especially helpful for all athletes or anyone dealing with hypertension, chronic pain, tightness and fatigue. Foam rollers are an inexpensive, super-versatile piece of equipment that can help you with everything from working out the knots in your muscles to reducing inflammation, improving circulation and flexibility and reducing joint stress.

Sunday, May. 04 - 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

$25

Featured Pose

Dhanurasana

Dhanurasana

Dhanurasana, the bow pose, is one of the main back-strengthening poses included in any hatha yoga class. The primary benefit of the bow is to give a full backward bend to the entire length of the spine, building both strength and flexibility in the back, bending the back in the opposite direction of the seated forward bend. Like the other back-strengthening exercises, the resting posture before the bow is done by laying on the stomach instead of the back.

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Burlington Yoga Funky Flow Upbeat and playful, this mixed levels class provides lovers of contemporary music, dance and yoga a space in which to fuse all three. Come move, sweat and Flow to the music! Lead by Kaleigh and Christina. Saturday, Apr. 19 - 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM Tuesday, Apr. 22 - 9:15 PM to 10:15 PM

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Burlington Yoga Torn Hamstring? By Adam Meakins, the Clinical Lead Physiotherapist for Perform London The most common smaller tears are called Grade 1. A Grade 1 tear can be hard to recognize, these are tricky little buggers. They can feel a small strain or niggle that comes on during a run. You can continue to run although it will cause a diffuse soreness behind your leg that can settle very quickly once you have stopped, so leading you to think you have not torn anything. You won’t see any bruising or feel any heat or swelling and feel nothing in normal day to day activities except maybe a twinge on getting up out of chairs or up/down stairs. Most of these Grade 1 tears need to be properly managed and may take anywhere from 3 –12 weeks. The reason it can be from 3 weeks to 3 months for the same injury is due to a couple of reasons. First and most obviously, a runner with a Grade 1 tear can continue to run which they like to do, and tend to do, even in pain. This disrupts the healing processes and prevents the tear from healing. Secondly it can depend on where the tear is located, if in the tendon it heals more slowly than if in the muscle belly, all due to the differing blood supply. Finally, they are commonly misdiagnosed as just a strain and so again back to the same issue of allowing the runner to continue to run or even doing inappropriate rehab such as stretching the hamstrings in the early stages and so not allowing the tear to heal. Treatment: First and foremost STOP RUNNING, this will be for at least THREE weeks, and yes I can hear you all groaning from here… believe me I don’t ask people to stop their sport lightly but if I think you have a hamstring tear I will insist. Follow the RICE programme, Rest, Ice for a week or so regularly, Compress with either cycle shorts or tubigrip, and Elevate DO NOT STRETCH your hamstrings for these three weeks or so, you will need to let the scar tissue lay down over the tear without disrupting it, if you keep stretching it will be unable to lay down effectively, you will be stretching plenty later on, save your energy for then.

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