Steve Ferrara


Steve began practicing yoga in 2011 in an effort to find a new approach to personal fitness. The practice of yoga evolved into a daily part of his life. He feels as though the mental and spiritual benefits quickly began to overshadow the physical benefits. Through the practice, he developed a calmer, more compassionate self in addition to achieving a new level of physical fitness. This led to his decision to participate in a 200hr Yoga Teacher Training with Theresa Murphy. He began teaching shortly after completing the program in 2014.  Steve continues to seek out avenues to grow his personal practice and teaching style. His classes typically involve smooth, strong movements and focused attention to alignment and breath, allowing for his students to feel and explore into each posture.


Steve Ferrara instructs the following:
  • All Levels Vinyasa
  • Vinyasa is a popular style of yoga that seamlessly links breath with movement. It is often referred to as ‘flow yoga’ or ‘meditation in motion’ because of the smooth way in which the poses transition from one to another, almost like a dance. These classes will offer a challenging flow usually with longer holds but always with a focus on breath and movement. We will flow through fun, creative, and at times unexpected sequences that bring the breath along for the ride. We will leave plenty of room to refine alignment, experiment with variations, and get acquainted or reacquainted with the more subtle aspects of the practice.
    All levels are welcome and supported! The room will be heated to approximately 90 degrees with a comfortable level of humidity.

     


  • Sunday Morning Vinyasa (PPY)
  • A fun and uplifting 90 minute class that begins.  This class is designed to energize, detoxify and restore your body and mind. The room is heated to 90-92 degrees with 40-50% humidity. 


  • Hatha Vinyasa Level II
  • Come to this class to experience your edge, to learn, and use your understanding of foundations to move safely and intelligently towards a focus pose. There will be a mix of Hatha, Alignment, Vinyasa, Inversions, Backbends and breath work. Although this class is open to all, it is designed for those that have been practicing for some time.

  • Heated Slow Flow Vinyasa (PPY)
  • Slow Flow is a steady vinyasa performed at a slow, strong pace in a heated room. The goal is not to achieve a specific amount of postures within a set time, instead we work on being present with our breath through slow movements and postures that are grounding, build muscular endurance and create stability and focus. You will move through a different series of postures each time you attend, with a long relaxation period at the end of class. The room is heated to approximately 90 degrees with some humidity. This class is accessible to all levels.