Welcome to Rock Yoga.
Rock Yoga is a traveling yoga studio and provides classes that are in person, virtual, and on demand.
In person classes are located at:
Fitness Center at Trapp Family Lodge
681 Trapp Hill Rd, Stowe, VT 05672
Peak Yoga Studio
75 Weeks Hill Rd, Stowe, VT 05672
Virtual Yoga: Virtual yoga lets you prop up your screen anywhere, anytime, and get your practice in. Doing yoga virtually makes it easier when you have a busy schedule. All live virtual classes are pay what you want.
Live Stream Class - Live streaming is when the streamed video is sent over the Internet in real time, without first being recorded and stored. All are welcome, even yogis who are not registered. Videos can be found in the on demand class live stream playlist page. Must be registered to make a contribution.
Virtual Class - Unlike live stream these classes are only for yogis who register into the virtual class, and the class recording gets sent directly through participants email.
On Demand Classes - Classes range from short to long. Classes 30 minutes or less are free to the public but anything over 30 minutes you will need a membership to take the class. The cost for an on demand membership is $10.00 a month.
Once registered with Rock Yoga you will receive emails for all class schedule updates or class cancellations, book a class to get registered!
Email me for any private/small group booking information.
The styles of yoga taught at Rock Yoga are listed below:
Linking breath and movement, classes are designed so while moving through the different postures they "flow" together. Each class is unique so each class is a new experience. Class can be upbeat and fast paced, or can be slow to gain control of movement. Great foundation for beginners, and can also be challenging for advanced.
Postures are held for a longer amount of time, allowing the body to get deep into the muscle fibers and connective tissues. Targeting specific areas of the body, and creating sensations of a dull ache or gentle discomfort in the areas of the body being targeted.
Restorative yoga uses props to help support the body, to allow the body to become completely relaxed without any physical effort. There should be no pain or discomfort and the postures are held between 3-20 minutes at a time. Restorative is for anyone looking for deep relaxation.
Meditation is a period of time where the mind is inwardly focused. Meditation asks that the yogi stays actively present, and to not react or judge to any passing thoughts.
sthira sukham asanam
The posture should be steady and ease-full -sutra 2.46