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Ashtanga A strong practice that uses Ashtanga Primary Series as a framework and incorporates lots variations . It begins with a few rounds of Sun Salutations and standing poses gradually leading to a quiet seated close and final relaxation. Some props may be used for those with restrictions or injuries.
Breathing for Emotional Healing This class focuses on breathing techniques to help release the most common mental and emotional issues: stress, anxiety, panic attacks, sleep problems, depression, grief, pain and lack of focus. You will learn to regulate your breath in simple ways that you can later apply on your own in eventful situations. The class will often close with a short visualisation that will help you change the way you see those problems. The techniques used in this class are based on the Inner Axis methods.
Community Class This is an all level class suitable for the Yoga curious, the Yoga addict and the Yoga nerd. This class combines the fluid flow of vinyassa, the relaxation of Yin and the concentration of meditation. This community class is donation based (give back whatever you see fit). We encourage you to not only use it as an excuse to do good, but to also bring along everyone in your life that can benefit from Yoga but can’t necessarily afford it.
Energize your morning Start your morning off with this energizing practice and set the tone for the rest of your day. Warm up and awaken the body with a few rounds of sun salutations, gradually adding in more vigorous poses to stretch and strengthen the whole body, while focusing on breath and alignment. Leave feeling more open, balanced and energized.
Flow & Restore Preparing you for the weekend, this class will start with a heating, power flow and move to a restorative yoga sequence to reset and relax your mind and body. Gentle Flow This is a fluid and creative class with enough rest to allow for the energy awakened during the practice to be absorbed by the mind and body. This class encourages a gentle and mindful practice, with short holds allowing those of us with hectic schedules and restless minds an opportunity to ground and connect.
Inversions and Arm Balance If you've always wanted to get strong through yoga and have been dreaming of trying out certain poses but still can't seem to grasp the alignment to achieve them, this class is perfect for you. We will focus on 2 to 3 inversion and arm balances per class and the strength and flexibility needed to achieve them. If you already have been practicing inversions and arm balances this class can still benefit you as we will also learn transitions between poses; for example, crow to headstand and back to crow, side crow to eka pada koundinyasana to chin stand and many more.
Levitation The levitation class is a yoga class taught with the body (or parts of it) supported by a Yoga swing suspended from the cieling. Using the swing can help you go deeper into your yoga practice as it help you: - rediscover poses you've practiced many times before - go deeper into poses - make easy poses more challenging - achieve poses you could not before - heal back and neck aches using traction - awaken and nurture your inner child
Nourish Take the time to fill your own cup and put everything else on pause. This class uses a combination of accessible, guided practices that replenish your body from the inside out.
Letting go of the idea that we have to always strive to get results and see progress, this class encourages you to explore the deep, transformational effects of working with the subtleties and tuning in to your internal landscape.
(Practices used will include: Self-Massage, Meditation, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Guided Visualizations – all of these practices will be breath-focused)
Prenatal Yoga Prenatal yoga is a practice customized to the pregnant body with a balance between building strength, gently stretching in preparation for birth, and relieving the aches and pains of pregnancy. It is an adjusted practice utilizing a variety of props as well as techniques (that can also be used during labour), such as meditation, breathing, visualization and pawanmuktasana (joint release).
Our teachers are certified prenatal yoga teachers eager to share her love for this special practice with others. These classes are suitable for all levels. Please consult your doctor before joining.
Wall Yoga Our wall was designed after Iyengar's rope wall which has been used to help in perfecting alignment during a yoga practice. The ropes provide traction to help strenthen and strech the parts of the spine that are hard to reach.
Poses can be held for longer periods of time with the support of the wall which can help you refine your breathing, deepen you understanding of a pose and help you gain strength and flexibility faster. The yoga wall is a useful prop to improve circulation and help to reduce abnormal curvatures of spine especially with those who struggle with scoliosis and kyphosis.
Vinyassa Flow This is a heating, powerful, dynamic vinyasa flow class. The class built on sun salutations, vigorous poses and breath. This class aims to create purification, clarity and fun.
Yin Yoga Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style, in which few asanas are practiced and they are sustained by long periods of time (3 to 5 minutes), targets connective tissue and doesn't work with the muscles, therefore doesn't generate heat. YinYoga applies moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body –tendons, fascia and ligaments– with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility.
Being a more meditative approach to Yoga, YinYoga aims at cultivating awareness of inner silence and at finding space, in the physical body and in the energy body. It stimulates our Parasympathetic Nervous System, known as our Rest & Digest state, in which our body calms down, reducing stress and nourishing our metabolism.
Yoga Basics This class focuses on the breath to still the mind, open the heart and heal the body. It explores correct breathing techniques, proper alignment, the basics of Yoga poses and their benefits in alleviating physical ailments. This class is open to absolute beginners regardless of adult age or size, as well as to those students with a background in yoga who wish to improve their yoga practice.
Yoga for Beginners This course helps starting or deepening the Yoga practice in a fun, nurturing and safe environment that helps relieve physical pain, reduce stress, find more mobility, increase joy, build strength, improve health and give more energy. This course focuses on the breath to still the mind, open the heart and heal the body. It explores correct breathing techniques, proper alignment, the basics of Yoga poses and their benefits in alleviating physical ailments. This series is open to absolute beginners regardless of adult age or size, as well as to those students with a background in yoga who wish to improve their yoga practice.
Yoga Developed in India, yoga is a spiritual practice that has been evolving for the last 5,000 years or so. The original yogis were reacting, in part, to India's ancient Vedic religion, which emphasized rituals. The yogis wanted a direct spiritual experience -- one on one -- not symbolic ritual. So they developed yoga.
Yoga means "union" in Sanskrit, the classical language of India
Yoga helps manage or control anxiety, arthritis, asthma, back pain, blood pressure, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, headaches, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, stress and other conditions and diseases. What's more, yoga:
Improves muscle tone, flexibility, strength and stamina
Reduces stress and tension
Boosts self esteem
Improves concentration and creativity
Stimulates the immune system
Creates sense of well being and calm.
Yoga instructors are 200hr yoga alliance certified and are mindful of different levels and abilities within the class. Our yoga instructors aim to give enough attention to each member of the class.