Spirited Vinyasa Yoga at Five Saints Distilling
What is Spirited Vinyasa Yoga?
Spirited Vinyasa Yoga is just our playful way of connecting the “Mind-Body-Spirit” aspect of Yoga to our very own Spirits that are created onsite. At Five Saints Distilling, we believe in creating a casual space for our community to gather, socialize and connect. This same mentality transfers into our Yoga Classes!
An “All-levels” Vinyasa Yoga practice is held every Tuesday and Thursday Night at 7pm in our beautiful newly renovated third floor event space (All ages welcomed!). Our trained Yoga Teachers will guide you through a 60 minute yoga class designed for everyone! Whether you’ve been practicing for years or this is your very first yoga class, you’re in the right place!
After class, continue to unwind on our first floor with one of our hand-crafted spirited cocktails. (21 and over only – no one under 21 is permitted to sit or order at the bar).
NOTICE: Yoga is currently unavailable at Five Saints Distilling.
Tuesday Instructor: Monica Meilleur
Thursday Instructor: Jennifer Smith
Cost: $18 Per Class
Each class is limited to 20 individuals. When arriving, enter through the side door on Green Street and take the stairs on the right to the third floor. If needed, an elevator is located in the bar area to your left upon entering. Any of our awesome bartenders will point you in the right direction should you get lost.
Parking: There are spots behind the building labeled “FSD” that you may park in. If parking spots designated “FSD” are unavailable, you may park in other spaces in the lot after 6pm.
Please bring your own yoga mat and arrive at least 15 minutes early to set up as classes start on schedule.
Appointment Cancellation Policy:
Please reschedule or cancel at least 24 hours prior to the beginning of your scheduled class.
To reschedule or cancel, please email us at email@example.com.
All classes are non-refundable unless canceled more than 24 hours prior to class start time.
Class Cancellation Policy:
Weather & Other ALERT Notifications will be sent out via email when Emergency Closure is required.
Monica’s history as a yoga instructor started to take shape when she was training in Pilates and became an instructor for matwork as well as Full Studio Apparatus (2006 in Albuquerque, NM). In the following years, she went on to train and became certified to teach in the GYROTONIC METHOD (TM) and GYROKINESIS (TM) a spiraling flowing form of yoga practice as well as in the Feldenkrais Method of Somatic Education (R) (2008-2012 in Santa Fe, NM). Each experience cultivated the joy Monica feels moving with awareness on the mat. She is delighted to bring her yoga practice to Five Saints, and looks forward to the community brought together through these classes. Share the yoga, Share the spirits!
What to Expect in Monica’s class: “In this practice, we move and breathe through various yoga poses, or asanas. Each pose provides a new opportunity to let go of tension, stress, worry, and frustration, making way for strength, peace, joy and love. With each mindful practice, we learn to observe ourselves and to overcome perceived limitations. We share experiences of increased strength and flexibility as well as improvements in our balance, posture, coordination and circulation— and many other benefits to our overall wellness! I provide options and variations to make poses more accessible and also more challenging, allowing your practice to unfold at your own pace.
Jenn began her yoga journey in 2012 after back pain started as a result of having a desk job. Since yoga has helped her in so many ways – not just physically, Jenn enjoys sharing the many benefits with others. Wanting to take her practice to the next level, she completed her 200 hr. Yoga Teacher Training in 2018.
What to Expect in Jenn’s class: “My style of teaching is rooted in Vinyasa. Our typical class begins with about a 5-min meditation to center the mind. A warm up to get the body moving proceeds about three rounds of Sun Salutations. From there we will continue to move the body, paying close attention to the breath. All-levels are welcome! Whether it’s your first class or you’ve lost count, there is something for everyone! And don’t worry! I always make room for yogis to explore and play around. Yoga should be fun! We always end class by cooling down the body before falling into the best pose of class: Savasana.”