A therapeutic class featuring restorative asanas and the use of deep-tissue rollers. This class is about discovering your body. It begins with gentle movements and asanas held from 2-4mins. We will then move on to the deep tissue rollers, using myofascial release to loosen tight, tense muscles. That feeling of calm and zen after it is over will have you returning for another session. This class is suitable for all levels.
This class designed to warm your muscles up enhancing your flexibility in an infrared heated room of around 35°C to 38°C. Postures or stretches are held for extended periods of time to create greater length and space in the areas of tensed or tight areas of your body in your shoulders, hips, hamstrings and more. Props may be used to help you go further into the stretch. A great compliment for runners, swimmers, cyclists or weight-lifters. This class is also available in non-hot version and is suitable for all levels.
Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga in which postures are performed while seated, standing and/or lying down with the aid/support of the chair. It is a great form of practice for those who find a typical yoga session too challenging, particularly to assist those with balance issues or anyone who has trouble getting down to and up off of the floor. Many standard yoga poses can be modified for chair yoga, including backbends, twists, hip openers, forward folds and even core exercises. Hence, just like a regular yoga practice, it increases flexibility, strength and body awareness. Suitable for all levels, this class may also include pranayama/breathing techniques to promote focus, mental clarity and relaxation.
Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic, flowing style that connects the movement of the body with the breath. It involves synchronizing breath with progressive and continuous postures, which produces internal heat while detoxifying the body. It builds strength, flexibility, and stamina while calming the mind and improving overall health. This class is suitable for students of all levels of practice.
This is a non-Vinyasa based asana practice that focuses on connecting the body and mind. Learn the basics and fundamentals of yoga postures at an introductory level in this slow-paced class. Here you will learn breathing techniques and process of proper alignment with modifications using props in your practice to help you build confidence in your yoga postures. This class sets the foundation for all the other yoga classes. The postures in Hatha yoga help open the body’s many channels, allowing energy to flow freely while increasing stability and awareness. A beginner friendly class for those completely new to yoga and seasoned practitioner alike taking your practice back to the basic foundation fundamentals.
With some knowledge of yoga and the experience built on as you progress, this class will require more strength, flexibility and balance to prepare you for it. As challenging postures will be added to the sequences, the use of props are encouraged to make postures and sequences more accessible to ensure proper alignment for safe and effective practice. This class is suitable for all levels of practitioners who are not new to yoga.
Vigorous paced and challenging is what you can expect for at this level. This class will allow you to explore and challenge your strength, balance, flexibility, stamina linked with breath built upon the foundation of proper alignment to prepare you for these classes. Suitable for intermediate yoga practitioners with regular practice as it requires necessary body stability and awareness acquired in Level one classes to take on more challenging asanas and sequences. Arm balances and full inversions are included in this class.
Not suitable for beginners.
The Hatha Flow class incorporates a series of asanas postures into a seamless flow. The sequence in Hatha Flow eventually prepares the body and mind in achieving the peak pose in the class. Hatha Flow focuses on creating harmony between breathing and movement, hence improving stamina and lung capacity. Holding poses are also included in the flow to bring awareness to the physical aspect of the postures. This, in turn, strengthens the body and improves flexibility. This class is suitable for all levels of practitioners.
Homme (sounds like “om”) means man in French is a yoga class geared for men, though not exclusive, is a yoga class for the inflexible that combines traditional yoga postures with functional fitness exercises and high-intensity interval training. It works on improving core strength, cardio, muscle-toning, stress-reducing, and clarity-building postures through exercises that involve pushing, pressing, squatting, rotating and bending. These improve your mobility that’s essential for daily movement. A form of bodyweight training through accessible yoga postures, and also improves body awareness as you move through poses with your breath. This is suitable for all levels.
Infuse your yoga practice with energy, stability, and balance through heart-pumping dynamic yoga poses in the style of high-intensity interval training (HIIT). HIIT has become a popular workout method due to its efficiency and effectiveness as it brings about more cardio-intensive workout while stretching and lengthening the body. This class is suitable for all fitness levels.
This class takes your practice in an infra-red heated room that adds to the physical effort required to do the foundational yoga postures connecting the body and mind. Whether you are a beginner to yoga or seasoned practitioners going back to the basics of the fundamentals of yoga postures, this class will condition, awaken your body and leaving you feeling rejuvenated beyond your mat. This class is suitable for all levels.
Room temperature: 35-38 °C
A strong steady practice requires a strong core when holding yoga postures even with both feet on the ground! This is an infra-red heated class, a more vigorous types of yoga that strengthen and empowers the body, mind, and spirit. With the focus on building strength and stability in and around the abdomen and spine, the practice of core yoga aims to teach students to communicate with their bodies and access their spiritual core so they can achieve inner power. This class is suitable for all levels.
Room temperature: 35-38 °C
Focusing on moving the body along with the breath, this dynamic practice in an infra-red room is one of fluidity, motion and heat. With the emphasis on the rhythm of the breath to align and focus the mind where the yoga poses are generally held for a short period of time. There are no inversions in this class and is suitable for students with some Vinyasa experience for a challenging, dynamic experience. There will be options offered to ease the transition of yoga postures for the practice of various levels.
Room temperature: 35-38 °C
Pilates is similar to yoga but emphasizes your body’s core — the abdomen, obliques, lower back, inner and outer thigh, butt, and so on. For this reason, Pilates develops much of what exercisers need — strength, flexibility, muscular endurance, coordination, balance, and good posture — with a much lower chance of injury than with other forms of exercise. The discipline emphasizes correct form instead of going for the burn. With so many exercise variations and progressions, your body will benefit from every class.
Power Yoga is a fitness-based vigorous vinyasa practice that burns calories and can help keep you fit. This style of yoga with its Ashtanga Yoga roots offers such benefits including building internal heat, increased stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction. Like all physical activities, it also relieves tension and releases toxins through sweat. Because it is rigorous, it burns more calories than most traditional forms of yoga and therefore can help with weight loss. Power yoga classes will vary widely from teacher to teacher, but they usually include far more intense flowing yoga poses, while students synchronize their breath with their movement. Arm balances and inversions may be included in this class.
Not suitable for beginners.
Twist Yoga class is specially designed to enhance spine and joint mobility as well as detox the body. With improved spinal mobility, it relieves tension from back muscles and hence improves overall body posture. Twisting poses also enhance digestive function. Yoga Twist is highly recommended for practitioners with scoliosis condition and lower back pain. It is also suitable for practitioners who would like to advance and move deeper into their stretches and asanas. Modifications with the use of props will be offered to suit various levels.
Yin Yoga concentrates on our connective tissues. This particular style aids in clearing our energetic blockages and enhance circulation. Yin Yoga uses slow stretches in poses of a longer duration (between 2-6mins) to open up the body and to achieve the release of physical and emotional tension. Modifications with the use of props will be offered to suit various levels.
This class is the perfect complement to high-impact and high-intensity workouts by improving your muscular flexibility through stretches held for extended periods of time. This way you will create greater length and space in specific areas of your body in your shoulders, hips, hamstrings and more. Props may be used to help you go further into the stretch. This class is available in hot version and is suitable for all levels.
An asana practice that blends strengthening and softening elements with purpose of balancing the body. Students will experience both, an invigorating practice combined with long held deep stretches to cultivate focused and meditative mind. This class is suitable for beginners. Some pranayama, chanting and meditation may be included. No full inversions are included in these classes.
Yogalates is an exercise technique that combines the benefits of strength training of Pilates and the flexibility of Yoga in one session. Yogalates concentrates on strength in the middle (abdominal area, buttocks and lower back) to promote "core stability" which enhances spinal/pelvic awareness, stretching muscles, toning the body and improving body posture. This class is suitable for all levels.
Build strength, flexibility, and mental focus as we synchronize movement with breath. Vinyasa class focuses on the fluidity of motion, with an emphasis on the rhythmic breathing in tandem with poses held for shorter periods of time, while keeping the focus on body awareness and breath work. A challenging and dynamic experience. These classes will be taught with some modification and various intensity options to allow students to practise at the pace they are comfortable at. Suitable for students with experience in Vinyasa Flow or Power Yoga class practice.
A vigorous style of yoga linking breath and movement through a sequence of challenging and gratifying postures. Take your Vinyasa yoga practice to the next level with arm balances and inversions that put a fun, challenging spin on all your favourite moves and asanas. This class will allow you to explore and challenge your strength, balance, flexibility, stamina, and will assist detoxification, all within the context of a seamless and unbroken flow. Students will be given the freedom to explore their limits and walk away feeling energized for the day. This class is suitable for intermediate yoga practitioners with a regular Vinyasa practice as it requires necessary body stability and awareness acquired in Level one classes to take on more challenging asanas and sequences. Arm balances and full inversions are included in this class.
Not suitable for beginners.
This class promises to ignite your inner flame and set in motion inner transformation. The movements engage the entire body, with a focus on core strengthening. Vinyasa Core also helps improve the internal support and stability of your body. These classes will be taught with modification and various intensity options to allow students to practice at the pace they are comfortable at. This is suitable for all levels.
Yoga Nidra, a Sanskrit term meaning "yogic sleep" is a deep relaxation technique and a form of meditation. A state between asleep and awake—where you’re fully conscious but your body and mind are fully at rest and ease. When you set a conscious intention at the beginning of your yoga nidra practice, and then let go and allow for deep relaxation of the body, mind and emotions, your unconscious opens up to new ways of thinking, healing, and fulfilling your conscious intentions. Yoga nidra practice results in deep relaxation and expands the individual's self-awareness. This class is suitable for all levels.