designed to serve students who are new, have little experience with yoga, or anyone looking for a gentle class. it also helps practitioners with injuries or chronic pain: backache, neck-ache, all around stiffness and tension. the teacher will guide the students to expand and utilize the full potential of their breath and will walk them through a set of easy poses: lunges, twists, back-bends, stretching etc. great for beginners.
students will learn a new set of postures in each class session and will pair movements with breath. the yoga instructor will explain and lead students through a flow of sequenced poses. students will learn to refine the postures and move beyond the limitations of the body and mind. some knowledge of yoga recommended.
this ancient practice starts with the dynamic sequence of sun salutation a & b (vinyasa-based one breath, one movement). it continues with predefined poses which are held for a specific number of breaths. the students will learn to refine the ujjayi breath (diaphragmatic powerful breathing), the use of bandhas (muscle contraction) and will develop an internal heat and a general sense of calmness. some knowledge of yoga recommended.
this intermediate yoga class is a combination of basic yoga postures of ashtanga with core strengthening. the class will increase strength and flexibility and will bring a sense of being grounded and balanced. some knowledge of yoga recommended.
deep tissue yoga. this class includes holding passive (seated or laying down) postures whose practice targets the connective tissues (joints) rather than the muscular tissues. yin yoga is a perfect complement to slow vinyasa, ashtanga and vinyasa. suitable for all.
Our lives are in constant change but one thing in the middle of this flux stays the same: we are all in search of Happiness. The material world has been a temporary solution to our needs until we want the next thing, then the next thing, and so on. Many of us have turned to spiritual and physical practices, such as Yoga. For those who have experienced the physical and the mental benefits of Yoga, the everyday world has become an easier place to live in. A large number of studies have been the scientific witness to these great results. The goal of this thousands-of-years-old discipline is to not only alleviate low back pain or to burn calories, Yoga aims to maintain the calmness in every place and every situation.