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SOL (Guided Vinyasa) at Shenandoah

Included in Membership

In true ashtanga vinyasa style, this dynamic class moves swiftly, heats up quickly and takes things just a little deeper.

Sol yoga instructor guiding a participant into triangle pose at Life Time
Experience Level
Class Length
45-60 Minutes
What to Bring
Water bottle, yoga mat (optional), yoga towel (optional)
Sol yoga instructor guiding class participant into proper extended arm position at Life Time


A guided experience that gives you the opportunity to move in a mindful way and breathe new life into your practice.

Sol yoga instructor guiding class participant into proper alignment at Life Time


Your teacher provides physical cues, guidance and modifications as you move through a dynamic range of poses and explore the parameters of your practice.

Sol yoga participant in seated twist pose at Life Time

embrace the benefits

Sequenced to build internal heat which helps untie knots and open energy channels, as well as detoxify the circulatory and lymphatic systems.

Sol yoga instructor guiding participant in foreground at Life Time


“The question is…what’s next? Where can you go? Can you trust yourself? Take a triangle to a bird of paradise? A bound half-moon?”

look deeper

a member’s perspective

“I'm sweating buckets but somehow still feeling calm and in control. it's the physical challenge I want, and the mental reset I know I need.”
“The temperature is going to be cranked up to 95 degrees. You know it's going to be hot and hard, but it's all part of the deal. We find some mental headspace, then it's game time”
“I feel like I'm moving through the class like a boss. The instructor guides us through sun salutations and standing poses, while reminding us to keep that controlled breath in tact, which is harder than you think”
"As class winds down, we ease into some longer holds, letting you find that deep inner calm. Savasana means time for some serious reflection and gratitude."

Good to know

Did you know?

You have one dominant nostril, but yoga helps to regulate them, calming the mind, improving concentration and regulating the nervous system.


A salutation derived from two Sanskrit words: 'Namah,' meaning 'I bow,' 'I honor,' or 'I praise,' and 'Te,' which means 'you.'

Take a Stance

The power poses in yoga invite you to stand tall with confidence, sending brain and body the message you are capable and strong. 


Our members say

“By showing up and playing with postures every day, I could feel myself improving. For me, it’s about the journey and the destination.”

Anne T.

Shenandoah, TX

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