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YOGA STYLES

AERIAL YOGA: Aerial Yoga combines traditional mat yoga with postures suspended in soft fabric hammocks. With the help of gravity and thammocks, we can playfully explore floating, fluid movements and create space in our bodies without compressing our joints and spine. Unlike other classes, photos and videos are encouraged in this session.

ASANA & MEDITATION: This all levels class comprises Hatha Yoga Postures, Pranyama and Meditation as a holistic offering for the student to find stillness and connect with themselves - their true being.

ASHTANGA YOGA: Guided class following the sequence of asanas strictly in the tradition of Sri K Pattabhi Jois, linking the postures together in a Vinyasa. Traditional and dynamic practice applying ujayii breath, bandhas (itneral locks) and drishti (vision focus) with a deep relaxation at the end of the class. Expect to sweat!

BREATHWORK AND YOGA NIDRA: This class is Breathwork followed by Yoga Nidra through breathing and cleansing exercises as a preparation to enter a state of deep relaxation with Yoga Nidra. Yoga Nidra (or yogic sleep) is a type of yoga where you reach a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, a kind of lucid sleep, induced by a guided meditation. It involves deep breath, visualization exercises and laying down on your mat. Yoga Nidra improves sleep and helps to release stress through conscious communication with the unconscious.

CHAKRA FLOW: A chakra based Vinyasa practice with a changing theme each week (i.e. grounding, opening up, core strength, heart-opening). The class ends with Pranayama and Meditation.

CREATIVE VINYASA: Creative Vinyasa is the extension of Vinyasa Flow where the movement is branching out from the usual sequence of Vinyasa. This class aims to bring out the happiness within you, to set yourself free and let your body "dance" with the rhythm of your breath.

DETOX FLOW: Feeling sluggish? Twist it out! Release toxins and leave this class cleansed, glowing, and rejuvenated.

GENTLE FLOW: This vinyasa flow practice invites you to slow done and take it easy. All postures are linked in a gentle manner, taking a step back and moving calmly and steadily with the focus on paying attention to details. TIme to slow down!

HATHA YOGA: Ha-tha really means sun- moon, inviting us throuch a physical practice as suggested by the Hatha Yoga Pradipika to balance our male and femlae side. Slow-paced practice with an emphasis on strengthening and loosening up the body and increasing concentration to stable, regular breathing. With Hatha Yoga practice your body will feel open and strong, your breathing unobstructed and your mind calm and quiet – ready for seated meditation.

HATHA FLOW: Hatha Flow combines two different disciplines. Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement”. Hatha is the union of “ha,” meaning sun, and “tha,” meaning moon, and denotes the force of determined strength and effort required to unify opposing forces and bring together the body and the mind. Hatha Vinyasa Flow is a combination of vinyasas (a series of connected movements through breath), asanas (poses), pranayamas (conscious breathing), meditation, and relaxation.

HEALTHY BACK: This alignment based yoga practice is derived from therapeutic yoga and was developed especially for the regeneration of your back and neck-shoulder area; however it will as well focus on all joints such as wrists, knees etc and any other injuries, ailments of the student. You can expect the physical postures to be slow, deep, precise and often supported by yoga props.

INVERSION FLOW: This Vinyasa based class is for students who want to progress in their inversion practice (asanas such as headstand, handstand, press handstand, elbow stand and different forms of balacning transitions). We use a neurocentric (brain based) approach such a vision- & vestibular (inner ear balancing) drills to improve awareness, strength, stability and mobility of body and mind! The breath is a votal element in this practice as it is one of the main tools to control balance Prana. Inversions are the "King & Queen" of all asanas.

KUNDALINI YOGA: Kundalini Yoga is the Yoga of Awareness. It is a dynamic, powerful tool that is designed to give you an experience of your soul. It is a comprehensive system that combines breath (pranayama), hand positions (mudra), gaze (dhristi), sound (mantra) and meditation (dhyana) with precise physical exercises. Thereby, the glandular / hormonal system is harmonized, the nervous system strengthened, and the mind centred. Each series of exercises (kriyas) are aimed at producing specific effects that allow us to work on concrete aspects of our being. Through a regular practice, our awareness, our presence and our level of consciousness increase.

MANDALA VINYASA: A practice that allows you to intuitively flow 360 degrees around the mat, integrating the spiral patterns of nature based upon the four elements: earth, water, fire, and air. Sequencing of this nature will typically be slower than your standard vinyasa and much emphasis will be placed on the breath and the pace of the movements. The poses will all be connected with the breath and the circular sequence will flow seamlessly into each other.

MYOFASCIAL YIN: Myofascial release Yin is a technique that involves applying a gentle combination of the pressure of therapy balls with yin yoga poses to help balance the flow of energy, chi. To stretch & compress the deeper tissues, fascia, in the body and increase blood & energy flow which promotes freedom of movement, causing feelings of relief & relaxation.

PRANAYAMA & MEDITATION: In pranayama meditation, we practice several techniques and firm our understanding of "prana". We learn methods to relax more and to experience a deeper feeling of stilness.

POWER: Power Yoga is a fitness-based Vinyasa practicen- an offshoot of Ashtanga Yoga as it offers similar qualities and benefits, including building internal heat, increased stamina, strength and flexibility, as well as stress reduction.

RESTORATIVE: Complete relaxation, centering of the breath and body, aligning the physical and mental by practicing mental stillness or gentle movement for extended periods of time. Allowing the body and mind to rest and restore with the help of yoga props. Postures are held for aabout 5 minutes

SUNRISE FLOW: This Vinyasa based practice is perfect to kickstart your day and boost your endorphis - the happy hormon! Expect to move and sweat.

VINYASA: Vinyasa means "Connection of movement and breath". Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic sequence of breath-synchronized poses. A fluid and flowing practice to open and strengthen the body and mind.

YIN YOGA: Slow-paced practice in which poses are held for 5+ minutes. Targeting the connective tissues, ligaments, organs, immune system, bones, and joints. Yin Yoga combines aspects of Hatha Yoga, the concept of the meridians in Chinese medicine, Taoist philosophy, and Buddhist meditation techniques.

YIN RESTORATIVE: This class is the combination of two slow-paced styles of yoga that provides a gate-away to a way of life filled with more relaxation, greater mind fullness and, less stress.

YIN YANG: This class starts with an energizing, uplifting practice which then transitions to a deep, peaceful practice helping you feel rejuvenated and balanced for the rest of the day.

YIN YOGA NIDRA: This class is Yin followed by Yoga Nidra. Yin Yoga is a gentle style where passive postures are held for between 2 and 5 minutes each, while Yoga Nidra is a deep relaxation technique performed while lying down in the resting position of Savasana.



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