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Inspired by the principles and teachings of Shri BKS Iyengar, this class focuses on posture adjustments and proper breathing. One can attain a healthy alignment and body awareness through props and mindful adjustments in posture. The aim of good posture alignment is to establish a solid foundation with your body.
Start with some simple stretches to warm up, followed by various types of Pranayama (Breathing) which include mudra and bandhas and continue with meditation.
To purify the nervous system, to relieve any breathing discomfort.
All level can enjoy this class
Offers a good introduction to the basic yoga poses, which attempt to balance the mind and body through asanas (physical exercises), controlled breathing, relaxation, and meditation.
Very much recommended and suitable for beginners.
Vinyasa is derived from Hatha yoga. This means a dynamic concentrating posture. This type of practice flows between the traditional static yoga asanas.
Beginner Vinyasa is about understanding the essence of Vinyasa yoga practice - a series of movements each linked together and requires a rhythm of Ujjayi breath.
Very much recommended and suitable for beginners.
Pranayama - learning to take control of our breath. This practice session helps in developing the breathing capability of the individual that eventually draws the practitioner into a meditative state.
Core muscles are a very important group of muscles that help prevent various back and neck problems. Sports like golf, weightlifting, spinning, and water sports all require strong core muscles, which our Core Yoga classes aim to develop.
Creative Vinyasa is to explore the multiple options and alternatives of asanas in Vinyasa yoga practice - a series of movements each linked together and requires a rhythm of Ujjayi breath.
The class is about creative flows, drawing attention to alignment and foundational asanas to restore, relax, and cleanse the mind and body.
The word “Hatha” is a compound of the words Ha and Tha, which mean “sun” and “moon”. Hatha Yoga is one of two main branches of yoga that focuses on the physical culture. Asanas teach pose, balance, and strength, and are practised to improve the body’s physical health and clear the mind, in preparation for meditation in the pursuit of enlightenment. Hatha Yoga Basic is for all, while Intermediate and Advanced require at least 3 to 6 months of regular yoga practice.
Yoga Shaala has specially developed a sequence of yoga postures for kids, which are taught in a playful environment that encourages them to use their natural flexibility. The class has been designed to help improve children’s health, concentration, memory, and confidence, as well as enhance their mind-body coordination and performance in other sports.
Meditative Vinyasa is about going through the Vinyasa yoga practice - a series of movements each linked together and requires a rhythm of Ujjayi breath as a meditative practice. This class will help one to understand the meditative state while experiencing movement of body.
A practice completely dedicated to experiencing the inner self with a guided movement based meditation practice that involves stretching the different group muscles of the body through the basic hatha yoga asanas.
Power Vinyasa is an energetic type of yoga with a dynamic sequence of postures. The consistent flow of movement it involves strengthens and tones the entire body, and dissolves bodily tension while building integrated and flexible strength. Power Vinyasa is ideal for those who enjoy a vigorous and challenging workout. It produces great results, and is open to practitioners of all levels.
Power Yoga is a unique system of yoga that delivers a challenging physical workout. It combines sun salutation with standing postures, forward bends, backward bends, and twists for a complete yogic workout that increases the strength of the body and mind, bringing out the power we have within.
Use the different props - belt, block, cushion, blanket, chair and what not to stretch out the muscles and go deeper into the breathing practises with use of these props.
Going through a sequence of asanas as a wonderfully connected vinyasa practice that is supported and improvised with the different props.
Simple Hatha Yoga practice evolving through the help of yoga props to both deepen the practice and to get through the flow in a supported environment.
During this class you will learn to control the mind by first controlling your body and vital life force, or prana.
With this in mind, Pranayama, Sun Salutation and twelve basic asanas are the essence of this meditative and challenging yoga which is designed to facilitate your journey towards Self Realisation.
The goal of stretch & relax class is to bring the body an experience of total rest and relaxation. This gentle practice sequence allows the body and mind to be at ease where the breath is maintained at a steady phase.
The duration of each posture held varies according to the individual’s ability, but the goal is to settle the body in the poses in a comfortable state and further establish a deeper connection between the body, breath, and mind. Various props are used to assist the practitioners to be well supported to rest into the pose with ease.
Experience a new style of yoga asana practice where you bring in your efforts in a simpler form using the wall as a support.
Most forms of Yoga practised today are Yang, they emphasise muscular movement and contraction. By contrast, Yin Yoga targets the connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Yin postures are held three to five to ten minutes at a time. The intention of Yin Yoga is to stimulate circulation in less-flexible areas, typically in the joints closest to the core of the body: the hips, lower back and sacrum area. By increasing circulation, Yin Yoga encourages energy flow in the body.
A restful, calming class including breathing, gentle flowing movements, passive and supported poses.
This class includes gentle stretching, basic well known asanas and their variations, and relaxation to provide a fundamental yoga practice.
This is a perfect beginners yoga class that is also appropriate for those working with injury, limited mobility, or who prefer a softer, gentler approach to yoga.
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