Ashtanga means "Eight Limb Path" in Sanskrit. Ashtanga Vinyasa involves physically demanding sequence of postures. The sequence of postures includes sun salutations and a series of standing and floor postures. Ashtanga Vinyasa links your breaths to movements.
Back Care Yoga
This class is specially designed to ease back pain and postural back problems including scoliosis. The class focuses on alignment-based yoga on a step by step basis. Our instructor would modify the postures according to your back problems.
Balancing Yoga connects the body to the mind and achieve various balance postures. This class helps students to identify the imbalances and create symmetry by balancing strength and flexibility in the body. Integrate your mind, body and breath in this safe and supportive environment.
Core Strength Yoga
This class focuses on core strengthening based on various traditional yoga postures. Our instructors will teach you the proper breathing techniques for different postures in order to enhance the engagement of the deep abdominal muscles. It aims to activate and condition the core muscles.
This class incorporates twisting asana postures to support the body detoxification that build up in the digestive, endocrine and lymphatic systems in our daily life. Various asanas could help wringing toxins out of digestive organs, stimulating fresh blood flow, and improving balance, both mentally and physically.
It is the traditional yoga practice in India. The word Hatha means forceful in Sanskrit. Hatha Yoga is a tool used for physical and mental transformation. It requires constant attention to breaths which helps you be present in each posture. The postures can strengthen your body and the meditations can help you focus and calm the mind.
This class focuses on different inversion poses which can help you improving circulation and balance, strengthening and energizing the body, strengthening the nervous system, detoxify the body, improving brain function and calming the mind.
This class combines yoga and games which is specifically designed for kids. We aim to teach the kids to maintain a healthy body and healthy mind. The class focuses on the fundamentals of yoga which could help having better body awareness, flexibility and conditioning. We emphasize building confidence and respect for oneself and others in an environment that is safe and fun.
Kundalini Yoga is an uplifting blend of spiritual and physical practices, and it is also being considered as one of the mysterious yoga practices. The class could be physically demanding and mentally challenging. It aims to help you releasing the Kundalini energy that is coiled at the base of your spine. You will learn how to tap into the Kundalini-Shakti Power by fast-moving postures with periods of relaxation and attention to internal sensations and the flow of energy. The class also involves different meditation, chanting, mudras and breathing exercises.
Our instructor will guide you throughout the meditation process which turn your attention inward with one-pointed focus, bring a sense of peace and help you increase self-acceptance. The meditative practice involves concentrated focus on something such as a sound, image or feeling.
Power Yoga is an intensive fitness-based approach to vinyasa practice. Power Yoga could enhance stamina, flexibility, postures, balance and mental focus. This high intensity and calorie burning practice could also help relieving tensions, releasing toxins and losing weights.
Pranayama is a formal practice of breath control. During the class, you will learn how to control your breath, generate energy and develop concentration. Pranayama is derived from two Sanskrit words, Prana and Ayama. Prana means life force, vital energy, particularly, the breath. Ayama means control. Pranayama means controlling the breath by combining the two words.
Restorative Yoga focuses on body and mind relaxation. It helps you slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. You would spend more time in fewer postures throughout the class. Many of the postures are modified to be easier and more relaxing. Various props are there to help you sink deeper into relaxation. Restorative Yoga is definitely a good yoga practice for those who struggle with insomnia, anxiety or any stress-related illnesses.
Slim Fit Yoga
This class is specially designed to help fat-burning and increase lymphatic flow. It involves various stretching and twisting postures, in which the heavy sweating could detox your body, and the intensive stretching could tone your waistline, thigh and hip.
Vinyasa is a smooth flow of movements between asanas in a controlled system of breath and movement. It connects one posture to the next using the breath. Since there is only one breath per movement, the practice could be vigorous and challenging. This class may place more emphasis on fitness and less on spiritual development.
Vinyasa Flow is a dynamic practice with a series of postures. It is one of the most popular forms of yoga these days. During the class, you will not be holding any specific posture for long. The fast movements could raise your heart rate and get your body moving. The class is perfect for you if you are looking for a brisk class instead of the meditative focus.
Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, that are held for longer periods of time. Beginners may stay in one posture for forty-five seconds to two minutes while advanced practitioners may stay in one posture for five minutes or more. Yin Yoga postures involve deep stretching and hip opening. The dynamic movements that affect the connective tissues of the body, tendons, fascia, and ligaments, could improve flexibility of joints. It is a more meditative approach to yoga. It aims to raise awareness of inner silence, and eventually find the universal quality of connecting with each other.
Yoga Therapy utilizes various yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and guided imagery to improve mental and physical health. Yoga Therapy is considered to be a well-established treatment for depression and anxiety.