April Newsletter

Easter Sunday Yoga Class

Easter Music+Flow, Sunday April 9th, 8:00 am with Criss Sigl and 9:30 am with Jeka Sisco.

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Your Own Determination Yoga Class

Indigo POP UP YOD class, Saturday April 29th 1:30pm with Shannon Jones. 

what is yod?

YOD stands for Your Own Determination. It is a yoga class that combines intentional movement and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) to challenge you and stretch you mentally, physically and emotionally. YOD incorporates strength, flexibility, balance, speed, power, endurance, agility and coordination. Feel your muscles burn and feel your mind and body at peace by the end of class. It’s the perfect addition to your yoga practice!

Class format:
  • 20-minute Power Yoga Warm-up

  • Sun salutations A & B to fully warm up the body

  • Active poses within a flowing sequence

  • Set intentions and build community

  • 25-minute Integration & High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

  • Work your upper body, lower body and core individually and together

  • Learn how to integrate exercises into compound, full-body movements

  • Use your own body weight and focused attention to experience the full expression of each exercise

  • 15-minute Cool Down and Savasana

  • Restorative yoga postures designed to bring the body back into balance

  • Acknowledge and appreciate the resilience and strength of your being

  • Rest and relax in Savasana, so you leave class feeling fully rejuvenated

Candlelight Yoga at Indigo Fort Worth

INDIGO presents Candlelight Slowflow ,Thursday April 6th at 6:15 pm with Kila Rennaker and 7:45pm with Caron Davies. 

FREE for Indigo members or $30 DROP-IN for non-members.

Yoga Nidra at Indigo Fort Worth
April 1st 4:30pm join Lori P for Yoga Nidra. 
Yoga Nidra = Better Sleep? Sign me up!

Yoga Nidra is a powerful meditation practice, enabling practitioners to access the deeply restorative aspects of sleep while remaining conscious. Conducted in savasana, students are guided through an introspective meditation, leading the practitioner to find natural equilibrium between breath and body. It is a deeply restorative, healing process; just 1 hour of yoga nidra, also called yogic sleep, is supposedly equivalent to 4 hours of deep sleep!

Given that the vast majority of us experience broken sleep regularly, yoga nidra may well be the answer. Here are just some of the many benefits of this unique practice.

Open to Everyone

You do not need to have an advanced yoga practice or experienced meditator to experience the benefits of this deep meditation. While rigorous asana and difficult postures may not be for everyone, yoga nidra is accessible to all. All you need is a yoga mat to lie down on and a teacher to guide you through the meditative practice. In yoga nidra, everyone is equal. Whether you are a seasoned yoga pro or struggle to touch your toes, anyone can benefit from yogic sleep (yoga nidra).