Classes Offered

Chakra Yoga – All Levels

Chakras are energy centers in your body that affect you physically, emotionally, and spiritually. This unique class uses yoga poses, visualization and breathing techniques to help you bring balance to each of the Chakra locations in your body.

Classical Hatha Yoga

Hatha Strength and Mobility – L2

This class is similar to a Hatha class, combination of sustained poses with attention to basic alignment and therapeutic principals. However, more attention will be paid to specific postures that build strength throughout the body, and movements that will contribute to improved mobility, including tissue softening, self-massage and isometric stretching.

Hatha Yoga – Beginners – L1

A perfect class for those who have little to no experience with yoga, or for experienced students who want to bring it back to basics. This beginners class uses a combination of simple postures, movement and breath to work on strength, flexibility and balance. The focus on aligenment for every body type allows beginners to safely learn the basics. After class there is also an opportunity for questions or further explanation on anything yoga.
P.S: Remember to sign-up for class.
Note: Sign-up required at least one hour before class timing.

Hatha Yoga – Core – L2

Hatha Yoga – L2

A balanced combination of sustained poses with attention to basic alignment and therapeutic principals. Mindfulness; observing breath and body (triputi) are an integral part of class. This style of yoga provides a great stretch and strengthens the body.

Hatha Yoga Flow – L2

A balanced combination of sustained poses (Hatha) as well as poses flowing in a mindful progression from one to another. Attention is always given to basic alignment & therapeutic principles. Mindfulness; observing breath and body (triputi) are an integral part of class. Classes are balanced with energy, to give you a good physical work-out, and calm, to keep you balanced.

Hatha Yoga For Cancer – Pre-register

Whether you are a cancer patient, survivor, newly diagnosed, in treatment, gathering strength or thriving, yoga can further your recovery and help you feel whole again. You may even find new confidence you have never known.

But not all yoga classes are right for cancer patients and survivors. And for some, taking a yoga class can be intimidating because of the unique physical and emotional needs that cancer & its treatments bring.

You will:

build strength & flexibility in safe ways,

stimulate your immune system & build bone density

detox the body & manage side effects of treatments

improve sleep and reduce anxiety

empower all to take control & enhance your life

Hatha Yoga for Energy – L2

It features a wide range of standing and seated poses designed to fire up the muscles and twisting postures to increase internal heat. Standing postures include triangle, crescent, backbends and various warrior poses. Between the standing and seated postures. Seated postures include reverse plank, forward bends and table top. The workout concludes with lying twists and relaxation posed.

Hatha Yoga for Sound Sleep – All Levels

Ease into a restful night with a quiet yoga practice focused on deep breathing to calm your mind and release physical tension. This combination of breath and movement activates your parasympathetic nervous system, which helps counteract stress.

Passive Meditation – Guided Meditation

The aim of all passive meditation techniques is to still the mind from wavering and distracting thoughts and gradually make it one pointed.
Guided meditation is a process by which one or more participants meditate in response to the guidance provided by a trained practitioner or teacher, either in person or via a written text, sound recording, video, or audiovisual media comprising music or verbal instruction, or a combination of both.

Pranayama

Pranayama is the practice of controlling or regulating the breath or lifeforce energy (prana) in order to increase lung capacity, vitality, and overall wellbeing.

Pranayama/Meditation

Pranayama is the practice of controlling or regulating the breath or lifeforce energy (prana) in order to increase lung capacity, vitality, and overall wellbeing.
The aim of all passive meditation techniques is to still the mind from wavering and distracting thoughts and gradually make it one pointed.

Restorative – All Levels

A restorative yoga sequence typically involves only five or six poses, supported by props that allow you to completely relax and rest. Held for 5 minutes or more, restorative poses include light twists, seated forward folds, and gentle backbends. Most restorative practices are based on the teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar.

Sunrise Yoga – All Levels

Sunrise yoga begins with a short sitting meditation, pranayama, and stretching, then workshop on particular poses. The class continues with a flow sequence, such as sun or moon salutations, Forgiveness Asana Series, or linked standing poses. Following will be some of the Tensegrity Repair Series, supine poses, and sitting poses, ending with restorative yoga and savasana.

Vipassana Meditation

Vipassana is one of India’s most ancient meditation techniques. Long lost to humanity, it was rediscovered by Gotama the Buddha more than 2500 years ago. The word Vipassana means seeing things as they really are. It is the process of self- purification by self-observation.

Yin Yoga – All Levels

Yin yoga is based on the Taoist concept of yin and yang, opposite and complementary principles in nature. Yin is the stable, unmoving, hidden aspect of things; yang is the changing, moving, revealing aspect. In the body, the relatively stiff connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia) are yin, while the more mobile and pliable muscles and blood are yang.

A Yin yoga class usually consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body – the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine. These areas are especially rich in connective tissues. The poses are held for up to five minutes, sometimes longer.

Yoga Therapy for Posture Improvement – All Levels

Do you have aches and pains all over your body? Your posture might be the reason.

What is the correct posture? Ideally you want the skeletal structure to aligned vertically, so that when you are standing, your ears, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles will come in one vertical line. This will give the maximum support to the whole body, not putting any unnecessary pressure on the muscles. When the body comes away from that vertical line, either the adjacent supporting muscles will have to hold it from falling (because of gravity) and will be constantly in strain, or the rest of the body will compensate by pulling in the opposite direction (if the head is forward the hips will move back to balance the body, but gravity will still work downwards putting pressure on the spine and knees.) This can and will create achy joints and or muscles.

Some of the effects of the poor postures are lower back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, inefficient breathing, change in spine curvature (the spine is designed to absorb shock, if its normal structure changes then it might not work effectively).

We have designed sequence to help correct your posture and help you to keep your spine healthy. This is can also be used for people with good posture, to help support the back and prevent future injury