TYPES OF YOGA CLASSES
Hatha yoga is the fundamental system of yoga that focuses on the pairing of poses or “asanas” with breathing techniques or “pranayama.” These poses are typically practised more slowly and with more static posture holds than a Vinyasa flow.
Vinyasa is a creative form of yoga where poses are linked together with the breath in a flowing sequence. There is no standard sequence in Vinyasa yoga, so the style, pace and intensity will all vary depending on the teacher. The class may be dynamic and focus on strengthening postures, or it may be a slower flow with an emphasis on mobility and flexibility in the spine or the hips.
Yin yoga works deeply into the body with passive, longer-held poses. This style of yoga targets the deepest tissues of the body, the connective tissues – ligaments, joints, bones, and the deep fascia networks of the body – rather than the muscles. Energetically, Yin yoga improves the energy flow, enhancing the flow of chi in the organs.
Yoga & Meditation
Combining traditional style Hatha yoga practice including pranayama breathing techniques and mantra followed by a guided Meditation. The meditation practice uses numbers as the point of focus to allow the mind to concentrate on a single point rather than “emptying” the mind, which can be close to impossible. By focussing on a number, one can enter the state of meditation with more ease.
PRICESDrop in class – Eur12
10 Classes – Eur100 (3 months expiry)
1 Month Unlimited Yoga for first time students – Eur80
1 Month Unlimited Yoga – Eur120
1 Month Spa & Yoga (4 yoga classes) – Eur90
1 Month Spa & Yoga (8 yoga classes) – Eur125
1 Week Spa & Yoga (2 yoga classes) – Eur55
Beginners Yoga Online Course
Get comfortable with all types of yoga poses so you can join classes or practice alone. This course will take you from total beginner to mastery of all the yoga basic practices so you can practice at home properly or join a class without feeling like a fish out of water.