Hatha (Beginner to Intermediate)
Hatha yoga is a preparatory process of yoga, in other words, it prepares one's body physically for a higher possibility. This class is
intended for students who are interested in the traditional approach to yoga. Understanding the mechanics of the body, creating a certain atmosphere and then using the body or body postures to drive your energy in specific directions. Classes begin with a
series of joint exercises or warm up session. Students are then taken through a sequence of asanas (postures) that helps to alleviate muscular stiffness, improve flexibility & overall strength and increase focus whilst working on body alignment. Last but
not least, emphasis is greatly placed on breathing technique. Students should be able to leave the room feeling calm and rejuvenated after the relaxation session in the last ten minutes of class.
Hatha Vinyasa Flow/Gentle FLow (Beginner to Intermediate)
Allows you to move with your breath as you flow through creative flow that challenges you to keep calmness in your body and mind.
This class lets you focus on building stronger core, strengthening of the body and increasing flexibility. Suitable for beginners and intermediate students as modifications will be provided.
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to arrange for private group or one to one class.
Prenatal Vinyasa is a soft form of a Vinyasa class, which
links movements with breath. This class is sequenced with asanas to help empower, strengthen a pregnant women's body along with breath works in preparation for birth. Students can expect to practice in a safe and supportive environment. Suitable for beginners
as well as experienced yoga practitioners and it is safe to practice right up to labor.
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Relaxation and Rejuvenation
Is a gentle form of yoga with emphasis on proper breathing, relaxation and holding poses for longer periods of time. The benefits of this type
of yoga is more therapeutic in nature and highly recommended amongst others for those with joint pain, back ache, persistent headaches and difficulty in sleeping.
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or one to one class.
Ashtanga yoga is a dynamic flow of synchronized movement and breath, when practiced
regularly help detoxifies muscles and organs and aligns the body. When the practice is accompanied with the correct breathing (Ujjayi Pranayama), postures (asanas) and gazing point (drishti), students benefit from gaining control of the senses and a deep awareness
of themselves, simultaneously calms the mind and ensures efficient circulation of the blood.
Ashtanga literally means eight limbs described by Patanjali as; Yama (abstinences), Niyama (obervances), Asana (postures), Pranayama
(breath control), Pratyahara (sense of withdrawal), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation) and Samadhi (contemplation). These branches are connected to one another, however, once the two key components being asana and pranayama are established
it will give rise to the development of yamas and niyamas and the rest will follow through.
Two things that cannot be overemphasized in the Ashtanga Yoga are:
Breath - when breath
feeds action and action feeds posture, each movement becomes gentle, precise and perfect.
Practice - strength, stamina and sweat are unique aspects of this traditional yoga and it is said where there is no effort,
there is no benefit. This practice requires considerable effort and taps into and circulates a vital energy throughout the body, strengthening and purifying the system.
*Ashtanga classes will be introduced in