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We’ve been a certified and practicing Yoga Studio since 2018. The foundation of our practice combines the physical practice with an inner emotional and spiritual journey. By integrating body, breath, movement, and meditative awareness, we strive to promote an understanding of the interdependency of all these aspects in your personal health and wellbeing.
This popular class is based on the belief that mental and physical health are interrelated, and should be conditioned together. All of the classes at Soulcape Yoga Studio attempt to coordinate breathing and physical movement, improve focus and concentration, and help participants regain control of their body and mind but unique to the Zen class in a unique combination of Vinyasa and Hatha styles.
This particular class, which is done using a chair, helps build a strong core from which one can transition into new positions and exercises. This flow centers around control and precision, with a diversity of exercises and modifications to suit a wide range of levels. With this class, you will learn and practice the tools needed to lead a healthy and fit lifestyle, while also remaining mindfulness in every act you perform.
Family Class is based on family connection. We introduce yoga concepts, integrate couple and group poses, and add fun elements. Its for all ages and is a 30 minute class. $5 for the whole family.
Pocatello Yoga volunteers every week at Soulscape Yoga Studio to offer a free class for the community. It varies in styles and intensities but has modifications for all levels.
Build upper body strength, access deeper back bends and explore inversions. This class, which is done in an aerial trapeze suspended from the ceiling, is accessible to a wide range of experience levels, from beginner to experienced.
Unwind with restorative poses that are held for longer periods of time. Allow time to soften into the stretches. This class will help relax tight muscles and make you feel rested.
Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we think we're suppose to be, and embracing who we are.