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Power Yoga Classes at Evolve Yoga Studio

Power Yoga

Power Yoga class Overview

Power yoga is a Vinyasa or flowing style of yoga. Power yoga focuses on core strength, balance and flow to build a solid practice based on strength and spirit at Evolve yoga studio. Power yoga honors the roots of yoga without imposing the preconceived spiritual practices of other programs.

Power yoga is a Vinyasa or flowing style of yoga. Power yoga focuses on core strength, balance and flow to build a solid practice based on strength and spirit at Evolve yoga studio. Power yoga honors the roots of yoga without imposing the preconceived spiritual practices of other programs.

The Evolve Yoga teacher’s role is to guide students to make their practice their own and their intention personal as each student is encouraged to embark on their own yoga journey. As is often said in an Evolve yoga class, “I am here to be your guide. You know your body best, listen to it and follow your intuition.

Accessible to beginners and advanced students Evolve yoga studio emphasizes breathing to connect the body and mind.

Power Vinyasa Flow Yoga is a powerful, energetic form of yoga where students fluidly move from one pose to the next while connecting their breathing to their movements.  It incorporates strength, flexibility, balance, cardio and physical and mental stamina in one session. Baron Baptiste, the founder of this form of yoga, describes this practice as the perfect blend of sweat and serenity.

Vinyasa meaning, flow or to move without resistance, incorporates interval and cross-training exercises to challenge both the aerobic and anaerobic systems of the body. As your body adapts, it is important to vary the types, intensity and duration of the exercises. Power Vinyasa yoga incorporates regular sequences that become familiar to students, but incorporates variations to modify, intensify, or challenge the body by altering the pace or duration of poses, and the frequency that they are repeated.

Power Yoga Benefits – and more!

  • Power yoga Decreases your Blood pressure.
    A consistent yoga practice decreases blood pressure through better circulation and oxygenation of the body.
  • Power yoga Slows your Pulse rate.
    A slower pulse rate indicates that the heart is strong enough to pump more blood with fewer beats. Regularly practicing yoga provides a lower pulse rate.
  • Power yoga Increases your Circulation.
    Yoga improves blood circulation. By transporting nutrients and oxygen throughout the body, yoga practice provides healthier organs, skin, and brain.
  • Power yoga Lowers your Respiratory Rate.
    Like the circulatory system, a lower respiratory rate indicates that the lungs are working more efficiently. Yoga decreases the respiratory rate through a combination of controlled breathing exercises and better fitness.
  • Power yoga Increases Cardiovascular endurance.
    A combination of lower heart rate and improved oxygenation to the body (both benefits of yoga) results in higher cardiovascular endurance.
  • Power yoga Massages Organs.
    Yoga practice massages internal organs, thus improving the ability of the body to prevent disease. Additionally, an experienced yoga practitioner becomes better attuned to the body to know at first sign if something isn’t functioning properly, thereby allowing for quicker response to head off disease.
  • Power yoga Improves your Gastrointestinal Functions.
    Gastrointestinal functions have been shown to improve in both men and women who practice yoga.
  • Power yoga Increases your Immunity.
    Yoga practice has frequently been correlated with a stronger immune system.


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This yoga studio amazing!

This yoga studio is amazing! Every instructor I’ve had has been wonderful and a special thank you to Janet for her personalized care. Thank you so much!!!! -MaryLou

Evolve Yoga & Fitness is a beautiful and clean studio

Evolve Yoga & Fitness is a beautiful and clean studio. They have a wide range of classes that are in the morning and night. Janet is a wonderful instructor. – Victoria

The teachers in this studio make you feel like family

The teachers in this studio make you feel like family. It is so inviting and I get such a great workout. I can feel the stresses and anxieties of life melting away one class at a time! – Catina

Power Yoga FAQ's

When should I do Power Yoga?

Traditionally yoga was done first thing in the morning to wake up the body, mind and spirit to give the students a great start to each day. Power yoga is practiced around the world at any and all times of day. Many people still prefer to practice power yoga first thing in the morning, but some prefer the middle of the day and still others like to do their practice at the end of the day. It is best to try various times of the day to determine what would work best for you. Usually yoga students take class when it fits their schedule. Most people can practice morning, noon or night with enjoyment and fulfillment at any time.

What is Power Yoga?

Power yoga is a style of yoga that grew out of previous yoga traditions all the way back to the beginning of yoga. Power yoga was created to help the western mind understand the ancient practice. The postures are named in English and then the Sanskrit names are given. Power yoga awakens the students to the practice of yoga and some seek to learn more about the traditional teaching and others simply enjoy the challenging and rewarding power yoga classes. Yoga will meet you where every you are. Power Yoga is for anyone and everyone who is willing to give it a try.

What is Power flow?

Power flow in moving the body in rhythm with the breath. The power flow sequences are designed to ignite the energy in the body by moving mindfully with the breath, one breath at a time. the initial sequence of the power flow is explained slowly, holding each posture for three to five breaths, then the postures are done moving with the breath. Each breath in is one movement and each exhale inspires the next movement. It is a dance of the body and the breath which helps to build strength, flexibility and focus for the students practicing the power flow.

What are the benefits of Power Yoga?

Power yoga has many benefits that include but are not limited to the following… Power yoga builds integral strength in the body. Power yoga helps improve breathing both on and off the mat. Power Yoga helps students focus the mind and trains the mind to stay in the present moment rather than slipping into memories from the past or into the future, projecting what might or might not happen. Power yoga gives us the gift of living life in the present. Power yoga helps students create better balance in the postures and in life. Power yoga builds a sense of connection to the self, to others, and to the world around us. Yoga means union to yoke together. Power yoga links the body, mind and breath.

What are Power Yoga sequences?

Power yoga is a dynamic creative style of yoga. The yoga teacher will often create a unique sequence for each class but most will follow a basic format of postures sequenced to bring you into the present moment called the integration sequence, followed by Sun Salutations A and B, core strengthening and then crescent lunge and balance posture. The class often finishes with triangle sequence, back strengthening, hip opening, twists, happy baby and savasana- the resting posture. The logic of the order in the power yoga sequences helps prepare the student for each part of class.

What are Power Yoga poses?

A power yoga class is a sequence of postures that usually begins in child’s pose, then downward facing dog, forward fold and mountain pose. The power yoga class will almost always move into flowing postures in Sun Salutations A and B followed by core strengthening, twisting posture, balance poses and then deep stretching standing postures like triangle and wide leg forward fold. The class usually includes spine strengthening back bends and finishes with hip openers and twisting postures. You will also enjoy a five to seven minute resting posture, Savasana at the end of class.

How often should I practice Power Yoga ?

Power yoga is a great way to exercise every day. If you want to maintain your current level of strength, flexibility and balance practice two times a week. If you want to get stronger, more flexible and have better balance three to four times a week. If you really want to grow in your personal yoga practice take a power yoga class every day. There may be days when your body tells you resting would be better for you. The great thing about power yoga is that you get really in tune with your body and over time you will know what is best for you. You will know when to go to a power yoga class and when to take a day off.

How long are Power Yoga classes?

Our power yoga classes are one hour long. We do our best to always start on time. If you are coming in for your first time arrive at least 15 minutes early in order to check in with your yoga teacher and get your space set up in the yoga room. This extra time will be used putting your shoes in a cubby and you may need to use the restroom before class. Expect your power yoga class to finish on time every time.

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