A wide range of yoga classes to help you relieve stress and build your physique. Beginners and all levels of yoga practitioners are welcome.
Blends the physical practice of yoga with acrobatic aspects through the use of a swinging hammock. It improves blood circulation and relieves pressure on our joints and spine.
Dance with the hammock to enhance your flexibility and relax stiff joints and muscles. It is suitable for students who like beautiful creative movements where you are suspended in the air by silk fabrics. The aerial dance is combined with yoga and dance in series, and integrated into music and flow, with a variety of styles.
Breathing in essential oils activates the limbic system, which is the region of your brain responsible for emotions, behaviors, sense of smell, and long-term memory.
An art form that requires one to perform moves and techniques on suspended hula hoops. It is regarded as a type of dance that requires strength, flexibility, balance, control to master.
Some fundamentals of yoga for back pain relief. Back care is to help relax the muscles in the lower back and hips that contribute to back pain.
Engage your abdominal muscles with core yoga poses that build a strong and stable center. It is one of the dynamic Yoga variations and it focuses more on the workout itself than the meditative part of Yoga.
Crystal Singing Bowl Meditation
Crystal bowls emit a more beautiful tune, only play one note, and are a bit smaller but look more aesthetically pleasing. Crystal singing bowls are more commonly used by focusing on healing, sound massage, sound therapy, and chakra balancing. However, they are still fantastic for all of the same applications a metal bowl is – yoga, meditation, sound baths, and so on.
Long-held yoga poses that help to feel more flexible, improve athletic performance, and promote blood circulation in your body.
A dynamic practice that focuses on activating the digestive system in order to facilitate the body’s cleansing. Students will go through a series of movements that include twists, bends, and stretches that massage the digestive organs.
Yoga moves are soft, gentle, and flow from one yoga poses to the next, making the entire practice extremely smooth. The entire sequence of movements focuses on stretching, strength, flexibility, balance, and attention. It can help the practitioner’s physical strength and flexibility, as well as his or her breathing, sleep, and focus.
A gentler style of Hatha yoga practice that is performed at a gentle and slower pace, with less intense positions, including extended time for yogic breathwork, and relaxation. Push your body to the point just before it becomes uncomfortable, often help to release in tension and rejuvenate your body.
Hatha means “discipline of force” in Sanskrit, and the purpose of Hatha yoga is to develop your muscles while also creating a conscious connection to your body. Hatha focuses on holding positions for extended periods of time.
High-Intensity Interval Training involves short bursts of intense exercise alternated with low intensity recovery periods, helps with fat burning in a very short period.
Power yoga incorporates the athleticism of Ashtanga, including lots of vinyasas. It is designed specifically to improve muscle strength and cardiovascular endurance that may find it challenging.
A multifaceted exercise strategy that facilitates stretching, mental centering, and concentrated breathing. It reduces stress and anxiety by improving the overall sleep, and endurance required for delivery. This class will be mainly focusing on training pelvic floor muscle strength and endurance, suitable for all women.
Singing Bowl Therapy
The sound of Tibetan singing bowls harmonizes and allows for profound relaxation on both sides of the brain. It promotes stress alleviation on all levels as well as the removal of toxins from the body. Emotions are calmer and the intellect is clearer after sound healing.
Helps in the loss of fat throughout the body. The majority of the training consists of standing up, exercising lower body strength while stretching the upper body, training participants’ waist and belly strength, and shaping a beautiful figure.
Moving dynamically from one posture immediately into another, following the breath with meditative pacing, leaving you feeling strong, calm, balanced and grounded in body; peaceful, tranquil and happy in mind.
A combination of strength and cardio without losing sight of the spirit of yoga. The ideal combination of sweating and trembling muscles. A steady and constant flow of postures generates internal heat, which contributes to detoxification.
With a lower temperature, warm Hatha will stroke one’s inner fire. It requires moving the body slowly and deliberately into different poses that challenge strength and flexibility, while at the same time focusing on relaxation and mindfulness.
Ensure the muscles are warmed up and ready to stretch in the lower temperature room. The practitioner may stretch, strengthen, compress, and tone every single part of the body. Helps with blood circulation and improves joint flexibility.
Heat will aid in warming the body and increasing detoxification through sweat. In warm vinyasa, it helps to increase stamina, strength, and flexibility.
A warm environment helps make the practice of yoga more challenging, improves flexibility, burns more calories, and nourishes the skin.
Warm yin YOGA
Yin Yoga is a slower practice where poses are passively held for longer, working on the deep, dense (Yin) connective tissues and joints in the body. It helps to improve joint mobility, flexibility, promotes mindfulness; elongates and stretches tight muscles. Practicing Yin yoga will give you a feeling of deep calm.
warm YIN yang Yoga
An asana practice that combines softening and strengthening elements with the purpose of balancing the body – bringing together the benefits of passively holding yoga poses with more standing postures and dynamic sequences.
Yoga wheel practice can effectively increase the flexibility of pectoral muscles and psoas muscles. It can reduce cold back and low back discomfort in practitioners with stiff lower back and tight shoulder muscles, particularly those who work in the office.
A slow-paced type of Yoga in which postures are held for three to five minutes. It enhances joint motion, stretches and lengthens tense muscles, can induce sensations of deep calm.