5 Bradford Road Wiscasset, ME 04578

Phone: 207-882-6892  |  Email: info@wickedgoodyoga.com

Classes

 

All Hot Power Yoga classes are ALL LEVELS and accessible to everyone. You will leave feeling rinsed and renewed with a new sense of clarity and purpose. 

Baptiste Hot Power Vinyasa yoga - intelligent sequencing to take joints into full range of motion and encourage strength and flexibility, this class is done in a room heated to 90' and 60' humidity. This is an all levels class suitable for beginners and experience students. Bring water and a towel, be prepared to rinse out and leave rejuvenated and renewed body mind and spirit.
Hot power vinyasa yoga. This is a flowing class linking breath to movement. This is a 60 minute all levels class following the Baptiste Journey into Power sequence, including Sun Salutations A&B, Warrior I, II, Crescent Lunge, Standing Balances, Twists, Backbends, Abdominals, Hip openers, and inversions followed by Savasana. Please hydrate before and after class, please refrain from wearing perfume or cologne. We have mats and towels available if needed. 
Baptiste Hot Power Vinyasa yoga - intelligent sequencing to take joints into full range of motion and encourage strength and flexibility, this class is done in a room heated to 90' and 60' humidity. This is an all levels class suitable for beginners and experience students. Bring water and a towel, be prepared to rinse out and leave rejuvenated and renewed body mind and spirit.
Baptiste inspired Power Vinyasa Yoga Class ideal for beginners and/or advanced students. Vigorous heart pumping vinyasa flow moving on breath from one pose to the other. Please hydrate before and after class. Class is in a room heated to 90' with 60' humidity, with a bamboo wood floor.  
Kripalu is a gentle hatha yoga practice with a compassionate approach and emphasis on meditation, physical healing and spiritual transformation that overflows into daily life. In a Kriplau class, each student learns to find their own level of practice on a given day by looking inward. The classes usually begin with breathing exercises and gentle stretches followed by a series of individual poses and final relaxation. At the end of class, Kripalu teachers say jai bhagwan instead of namaste. The two terms have essentially the same meaning, but the former is in Hindi and the latter in Sanskrit.

Is Kripalu Yoga for You?

This yoga style will appeal to those who want to work on themselves, both physically and spiritually. The gentle and individualized approach make it a good choice for students who can benefit from an adaptive practice.

This class includes Yoga Tune Up myofascial release and  sequences designed to awaken and bring awareness to body blind spots, building strength and flexibility in preparation for vinyasa, followed by a rigorous morning Baptiste hot power vinyasa practice. You will leave feeling invigorated and renewed, inspired and ready for your day. 
Slow Flow Vinyasa Yoga classes are ALL LEVELS and accessible to everyone. You will leave feeling rinsed and renewed with a new sense of clarity and purpose.
This class is a slower paced, thoughtful sequence designed to focus on alignment and moving through the sequence in a calm and embodied pace. This class will not be heated.
“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity." Melody Beattie
 
Thanksgiving Yin & Vin: Celebrate the day, celebrate yourself. We’ll begin slow and steady, dropping into our bodies, our joints, connecting with our thankful and celebratory heart. Then we’ll step it up a bit—inviting inner heat, inner fire, readying our bodies for digestion and for taking only what we need—and loving every moment of it. We’ll take our gratitude, our center, our inner fire and breathe into it, moving back into a deep seated (and deeply-seeded) yin practice. We’ll go from being to doing to finding balance—a little peace in the busiest of celebratory days.
 
This class is free to members, $14 drop in. Donations will be made to the Good Shepherd Food Bank
Day after Thanksgiving Turkey Burner
 
Move your body in community in this heart pumping vinyasa flow - warm but not hot - with the amazing Amy Jirsa Holt! 
Yin yoga is the yoga of the subtle body--it aims to increase flexibility and improve circulation in and lubrication of the joints. As an important balancing element to your vinyasa (yang) practice, in this class you will experience asana practice as a different kind of challenge, holding static poses three to five minutes at a time to allow the muscles to release and the poses to reach into the fascia, tendons and ligaments. You will find your edge in a whole new way, releasing deeply to find your pose and then accept the challenge of going inward to find deep stillness in your physical body and mind as you hold the pose for an extended time, followed by gentle release. Yin yoga cultivates ch'i, or "life force" as the connective tissue we focus on is directly connected to the meridians (the channels in the body through which life force flows). This quiet practice and the awakening of ch'i offer many benefits to health including greater emotional well-being, organ health and improved immune system function. Yin yoga is especially good preparation for meditation and is suitable for all levels of practice. The studio will be comfortably warm but not hot (@70' degrees) to support the release of muscular tension and ease the body into deep shifts. Please wear layers to allow for changes in body temperature. 
Celebrate the day, celebrate yourself. We'll begin slow and steady, dropping into our bodies, our joints, connecting with our thankful and celebratory heart. Then we'll step it up a bit-inviting inner heat, inner fire, readying our bodies for digestion and for taking only what we need-and loving every moment of it. We'll take our gratitude, our center, our inner fire and breathe into it, moving back into a deep seated (and deeply-seeded) yin practice. We'll go from being to doing to finding balance-a little peace in the busiest of celebratory seasons.
Deep Stretch or Yin yoga is the yoga of the subtle body--it aims to increase flexibility and improve circulation in and lubrication of the joints. As an important balancing element to your vinyasa (yang) practice, in this class you will experience asana practice as a different kind of challenge, holding static poses three to five minutes at a time to allow the muscles to release and the poses to reach into the fascia, tendons and ligaments. You will find your edge in a whole new way, releasing deeply to find your pose and then accept the challenge of going inward to find deep stillness in your physical body and mind as you hold the pose for an extended time, followed by gentle releaseYin yoga cultivates ch'i, or "life force" as the connective tissue we focus on is directly connected to the meridians (the channels in the body through which life force flows). This quiet practice and the awakening of ch'i offer many benefits to health including greater emotional well-being, organ health and improved immune system function. . Yin yoga is especially good preparation for meditation and is suitable for all levels of practice. The studio will be warm but not hot (70-75 degrees) to support the release of muscular tension and ease the body into deep shifts. Please wear layers to allow for changes in body temperature. Yoga Nidra, or guided meditation will complete this deeply healing practice.
Begin the day with this inspiring Yoga Tune Up® class, basedon the work of Jill Miller. Yoga Tune Up® is a whole body regenerative fitness system integrating elements of Yoga, calisthenics and body therapy. Yoga Tune Up® will focus on increasing your flexibility and improve your strength. The class is challenging but accessible to all levels. This class will complement and support your yoga practice as well as other athletic pursuits (running, cycling, weight training). Please join us for an invigorating early morning practice to embrace new day ahead with a spring in your step.