Hatha Yoga is said to balance the opposing energies of the body - sun and moon, male and female and all the dichotomies in the universe.
Yin Yoga is for yoga practitioners looking for something more than physical postures since Yin Yoga focuses more on connective tissue than muscles.
Permission required for this strong Ashtanga Primary Series session from the Ashtanga Yoga Expert.
Vinyasa 1 sessions you will be ready to move to “Vinyasa 1-2.” These sessions continue with Yoga Experts guidance to emphasize the fundamentals of yoga while presenting the poses and sequencing of the session in a more challenging way.
Vinyasa flow and kundalini fusion yoga sessions are for those who want to practice kriyas and meditations without forfeiting the strength, flexibility and heat that is cultivated during a Vinyasa flows! This fusion of two distinct yoga styles brings forth both vitality and deep relaxation.
These sessions will explore how to practice mindfulness not only in meditation, but off the cushion as well, in daily life, in relationships at home, in family, at work, in community, in the wider world, and with the Earth.
Staff practice is a movement form based on two points at the end of a stick in space, forming two planes parallel to each other with circular movements, and the movement continues effortlessly by accompanying the body.
In Vinyasa 2 sessions are designed to take you to a level where you will expand on your strength, stamina and flexibility as you master more advanced postures and more demanding sequences under the guidance of a Yoga Expert.
This session is appropriate for beginners who want to explore Ashtanga Yoga. Introduction to Ashtanga session mainly focuses on the breath and understanding the link between breath and movement.