SCHEDULE

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CLASS DESCRIPTION

Asana, Pranayama, Meditation
(Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced)

A complete, well-rounded practice in the morning that will leave you feeling calm, centered and able to start your day fresh. Focusing on strengthening you through breath awareness and postures.

Asana, pranayama and meditation are three of the eight limbs of Yoga. In a sequenced practice, they very simply interconnect, nourishing and supporting the subsequent limb. Each is the foundation for, and advances to, the beginning stage of the next step. This class takes one on a journey within the body, mind and heart, one step at a time through asana, pranayama and meditation.

 

Vinyasa Flow
(Intermediate, Advanced)

 This is a dynamic and fluid practice. A vinyasa involves coordinating movement with breath, to flow from one pose to the next. Using Hatha Yoga fundamentals – breath, meditation, and postures – this class moves at a faster pace.
This style of Yoga not only makes one strong and flexible, but also helps tone muscles, increase confidence and boosts self-image.

 

Hatha Flow
(Beginner, Intermediate)

 A well-rounded practice incorporating pranayama and asanas that build strength, flexibility and mental concentration while allowing for plenty of relaxation. A Hatha flow class is taught with unique sequencing to promote a dynamic + relaxing experience.
This practice involves a strong steady flow from posture to posture with focus on strength, openness, stillness, awareness and breath.

 

Core Hatha
(Intermediate, Advanced)

Building core strength through the use of basic Hatha Yoga postures. This practice ultimately helps one to get into an arm balance, or to hold one for even longer.
Strengthening core muscles helps to improve posture, reduce back pain, stabilize the surrounding muscles and make you feel empowered and strengthened. All asanas targeting the muscles of the core are adaptable to any practice level and can be continuously worked on to build more and more strength. Core Hatha includes poses (like plank, and its variations, boat, chair and many more) that help train and strengthen this crucial area of the body that is literally at the heart of your center.

 

Power Yoga
(Intermediate, Advanced)

A fast paced and dynamic practice that demands power and focus. Power Yoga is a fitness-based vinyasa practice. An offshoot of Ashtanga Yoga, it has many of the same qualities and benefits, including building internal heat, increased stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction. Hence it makes you strong mentally and physically.

 

Lyrical Yoga
(Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced)

A combination of Yoga and dance, Lyrical Yoga involves the flow of Vinyasa and movements of dance synchronised with breathing techniques. It brings the letting go attitude of dance into the transitions of Yoga to give you a holistic practice that is beneficial to both the Mind and the body. Through regular practice of Lyrical Yoga, you gain more self-awareness, thus calming your mind and relaxing your body.

 

Yin Yoga
(Intermediate)

Yin Yoga is an intermediate practice and a perfect complement to muscular yang style activities such as: Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga, dance, athletics etc. This Taoist form of Yoga targets the connective tissues such as the ligaments, bones and joints bringing about the release of various chemicals and hormones. It is a healing and strengthening art that helps harmonize whatever within us has lost its equilibrium and needs assistance to heal.

 
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