MOVEMENT STUDIO


Source On High offers classes all throughout the week, as well as workshops. Our classes range from putting meditation in motion with Tai Chi, building your core with Glow Moves, creating balance with Unwind Yoga and Body Rolling, and more. Our unique variety of classes offer a full spectrum of healing through movement. All prices are the same, unless otherwise stated. Click here for information on our workshops and specials.


MONDAY

Unwind

9:30 am

Allow your body to rest, reset and balance with this slow moving class. A Yamuna Body Rolling class based on the principles of deep breathing and relaxation to optimize release which gives your body a chance to process and integrate this work. YBR techniques have the power to restructure and realign body compensations which then can create optimum space in joints, muscle length and tone, bone stimulation and correct and re-train your system to overcome chronic issues. The use of different sized balls helps to access areas in the body that can be difficult to reach, such as, neck, face, side-lying, ribs, abdomen, organs, pelvic and chest. Once learned, this technique/work is a self-healing tool that can empower all bodies. Supplies provided. 

 

Mysore style Ashtanga yoga

6:00 pm

A quiet self-practice for students who are familiar with the primary series in the Ashtanga system and need little to no supervision. This open practice session is donation-based and help will be available if needed. Donations welcome.

  

TUESDAY

Pilates Power Lunch 6-week series

12pm-12:45pm, Begins April 16

Experience a high-energy workout on the mat with the core in mind! We'll practice small and large movements to fire up our bodies and use mindful techniques to build strength and endurance. Recruiting both smaller deep muscles and larger superficial muscles simultaneously, we'll explore whole-body functional motion while focusing on toning the abs and core. Over the course of this 6-week series we'll gradually increase the intensity so you'll feel and see the changes in your body. Whether you're a Pilates beginner or have been practicing the method for years, this short-form class will offer a challenge to all levels.

Acro Fitness

6:00 pm

Learn skills from partner and solo acrobatics as you grow stronger and more flexible. We will guide you through proper physical techniques that will allow you to practice confidently and with ease. Get ready to feel the release of all your daily tension and the stretch of muscles previous neglected as your strength grows. No partner needed. All levels welcome.

 

WEDNESDAY

Yin for Athletes 6-week series

7am-8am, Begins April 17

Improve your flexibility and restore balance to your active body with the passive and challenging practice of Yin Yoga. Yin Yoga targets the deep connective tissues of the body, with special attention to the hips, sacrum, and spine. Yin poses involve long, deep holds to relax and restore both joints and muscles, promoting circulation in the body, joint health, and most importantly, an open flow of energy. This class will be specifically tailored to athletes and highly active bodies (runners, cyclists, etc.), focusing on the most commonly used anatomical structures for the ultimate feel-good experience. Over the 6-week series, you'll notice sustainable changes in your body's flexibility and sense of balance in compliment to your more active routine.
 



THURSDAY

Morning Yin 6-week series

9am-10:15am, Begins April 18

Bring new energy to your morning routine with a yogic practice informed by Chinese medicine and meditation. Yin Yoga involves long (3-7 minute), passive stretching holds, followed by relaxation and gentle heat-building movements, designed to release tension throughout the body and activate fluid pathways to hydrate and soften joints and tissues. Over the course of the series we will talk about the ways in which muscles, bones, and tissues are all connected, including the influence of meridian lines (from Chinese medicine), and poses will be sequenced to target the health of primary organ systems. Traditionally, Yin is beneficial for relieving symptoms of arthritis and joint pain, improving lubrication of joints, reducing stress and anxiety, decreasing symptoms of TMJ and migraines, lowering blood pressure, assisting in deeper sleep, and increasing range of motion and mobility in the body. This class is the perfect compliment to high-intensity strength and cardio workouts, and is especially beneficial for folks who experience recurrent joint and muscle pain.


Pilates Power Lunch 6-week series

12pm-12:45pm, Begins April 16

Experience a high-energy workout on the mat with the core in mind! We'll practice small and large movements to fire up our bodies and use mindful techniques to build strength and endurance. Recruiting both smaller deep muscles and larger superficial muscles simultaneously, we'll explore whole-body functional motion while focusing on toning the abs and core. Over the course of this 6-week series we'll gradually increase the intensity so you'll feel and see the changes in your body. Whether you're a Pilates beginner or have been practicing the method for years, this short-form class will offer a challenge to all levels.

Open Meditation

6:30 pm (no class on Nov 8 & 22)

Take time from your week to pause and ground yourself in the beauty of the present moment. Join us for guided meditation practice Thursday evening. Open to everyone regardless of whether you are a beginner or an experienced meditator. No fee to attend but donations are welcome.



FRIDAY

Kripalu Community Yoga

6:30pm-8:00pm (4/26, 5/31, 6/28) 

Donation-based class (suggested $5). Kripalu yoga, founded in the Hatha yoga tradition, is a yoga practice that links mind, body, and spirit through breath work (pranayama) and gentle movements and poses (kriyas & asanas). Swami Kripalu, the yogi master for which this practice is named, believed that yoga was achieved not through fancy postures, but through mindful self-compassion and love. Join Kripalu yoga teacher Julia D'Agostino for an introduction to this practice. We'll engage our senses and intuition, learning more about our bodies and our minds, as we move through various poses and engage equally in expanding our strength, endurance, flexibility, and relaxation. Kripalu yoga is appropriate for all levels of yoga practitioners, and Julia will provide many alternate offerings and modifications to make the space comfortable and safe. All proceeds from this class will be donated to Ampersand, the Sexual Violence Resource Center of the Bluegrass (https://ampersandky.org/).



SATURDAY

Intro to Astanga Yoga

9:30 am

Asthtanga Yoga is rooted in a traditional approach which is to build strength, flexibility, stamina, and open the mind over time. This system is based on a set sequence of poses that students embody as a result of a consistent practice. The asana (poses) are coordinated with prana (breath) which can create a moving meditation. The asana are not complicated in this first series so mostly anyone can achieve a higher state of awareness by honoring their body and letting go of limitations to be present and receptive. 


 

SUNDAY

Yang Family Tai Chi

1:00 pm

Meditation in Motion. Yang style is characterized by large, slow, rounded, extended and open movements that flow seamlessly from one to the next without breaking one’s energy. Minimal physical force and tension is used. Tai Chi helps to improve balance, lower blood pressure, reduce pain, and improve posture, digestion, and sleep quality. Stretching muscles, ligaments, and tendons to improve body alignment and relaxation.


Drop In: $20

5 class pass: $70

10 class pass: $110

Movement Studio classes do not need to be booked online - you can drop in or bring your class pass to attend.
Some workshops will have online booking and will be noted accordingly.