Class Descriptions2019-02-19T12:10:26+00:00

Hot Yoga 26+2 is the original Bikram Yoga which is a sequence of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises practiced in a heated room. It is specifically designed to work the entire body, using heat to stretch deeper, prevent injury and flush unwanted toxins. This yoga series stimulates the organs, glands and nerves and systematically moves fresh oxygenated blood to 100% of the body restoring health to all systems. Benefits of a regular practice include weight loss, improved muscle tone, stress relief, increased energy and an overall sense of physical and mental well-being.

It is suitable for all ages and levels of ability.

Be prepared to sweat and take on the challenge.

Level:  All

Vinyasa Yoga is often faster paced, invigorating and dynamic.  The asanas (postures) are linked together in a series of movements that are synchronized with the breath. Much emphasis is placed on the breath and the transition in and out of the asanas. The routine practice of vinyasa yoga offers much diversity. The pace can vary and there is no one particular sequence that instructors must follow.

The experience in this class is one of fluidity and motion.

Level:  Students with some yoga experience

Yin Yoga is a passive healing practice. It involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held for 3-5 minutes accessing deeper layers of connective tissues of the body, with the rhythm of the breath and cultivating a meditative mind.

Level:  All

Combining the sun (“yang”) energy with the moon (“yin”) energy of asanas, the class aims to balance the body with vinyasa flow and yin yoga. Experience a rejuvenating practice combined with long-held deep stretching poses to cultivate a focused mind. Some pranayama and/ or meditation will be included. Good for those looking to balance their strength and flexibility.
A healing practice focused on rehabilitating the body. Special attention to alignment and detailed instructions are combined with specific asanas with the purpose of bringing the body back to health. Some pranayama, chanting and meditation may be included. Suitable for anyone seeking to heal their bodies or returning back to practice after an injury.

Level: All

Hatha Yoga –  is the most popular style of Yoga in the Western world. It is the foundation of all movement-based modern Yoga styles,  Hatha is a great introduction to Yoga for Beginners because it instils a basic understanding of how to practice safely and effectively. It’s benefits are Stress relief, lessen Chronic pain, alleviating depression, anxiety and self defeating thoughts, Also it helps increase focus, concentration, attention to detail, and ability to complete tasks in the world.

Level: All

We keep our temperature from 28-30 degree. Mostly floor series are in our sequence. It’s a class if you want to unwind and to spend some time to explore within your body.
Restorative Yoga is a passive healing practice. It is the centering of your breath and body, aligning the physical and mental by practicing stillness or gentle movement for extended periods of time, supported by props that allow you to completely relax and rest. Restorative poses include light twists, seated forward folds, and gentle back bends.
A therapeutic practice designed to relieve tension from shoulder and neck. Tightness and discomfort may be muscular tension but also caused by bad postures and lack of mobility of the joints. Suitable for anyone who is returning back to their practice after an injury, and athletes looking to improve range of movement in their shoulders.
A therapeutic practice designed to strengthen your back to relieve pain and stress of your spine. Though a series of stretches and postures, a practitioner can prevent injuries by bringing ones back into its optimal alignment. Suitable for anyone seeking to heal their bodies or returning back to practice after an injury.
This class will is focused and will provide a well-rounded yoga practice to build strength, improve flexibility, and reduce stress for Men, as Men often struggle with tightness particularly in the hips, hamstrings, and shoulders–that can lead to injury or weakness.