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WHICH CLASS IS GOOD FOR ME?
Whether you have never been to a yoga class, are afraid of the heat, looking for long static stretches to complement your running or dynamic movements to build strength, there are multiple options for you. Look at our class diagrams to understand which one is best for you and contact us if you have any question!
If it’s your first yoga class, look for classes which are “Ultra-Beginner Friendly”. We recommend you to try the Bikram, Barkan on Tuesday or Saturday morning, or the Ashtanga sequence on early mornings.
Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga as taught by Pattabhi Jois is a form of Hatha Yoga which focuses on postures (asanas) and breath control (pranayama) in a fixed sequence to facilitate transformation in the body, mind and spirit.
The most well-known sequence in Hot Yoga which incorporates 26 basic postures and two breathing exercises. Each postures is repeated twice, first to find alignement and second to go deeper. Each pose prepares you for the following. You will work each and every muscle, tendon, organ and join to improve body flexibility all the while cleansing and releasing toxins. Bikram is an intense and very codified style but it will never hurt you. A regular practice works as a medicine for many, many people.
As one of Bikram’s most senior teacher, Jimmy Barkan established his method in 2002. A style of Hot Yoga that integrates many variations of postures to explore a great range of motion in your body. Expect some subtle Vinyasa variations meeting a Bikram class. It will help you to stretch and strengthen the various areas of your body and bring you balance and vitality. “Barkan Flow” is our level 2 class, with advanced asanas and more intense in its rhythm.
The Fierce Grace® sequence is a combination of Hatha, Bikram and Ashtanga yoga. Fierce Grace is a circular, flowing mixed-level class, designed to give the practitioner freedom to choose the depth of entry into poses, advanced possibilities, ease, grace and fluidity and is performed to
music to help one “drop” the mind and awaken the feeling-body.
A dynamic practice where fluid movement and breath are connected to a deeper personal intention, a time to give yourself space to connect with your body and beyond, a true space for self-inquiry while you work on developing strength and flexibility with an intense Vinyasa practice that will fulfill your desire of a good body work out.
An internally focused and intensely physical practice that ignites your core through deep breathing and powerful poses. Sequenced as a series of “playful yogic drills” with long holds to give you time to feel your body, build strength and create a deep connection with your mind.
A groundbreaking Pilates-based mat workout incorporating spiral rotations and pulsing movements targeting different areas of the body. These techniques give your entire body an intensive workout and improve the strength of your body’s muscle tissue with equal focus on stabilising muscles.
Rocket Yoga is an exalting practice rooted in Ashtanga Vinyasa developed by Larry Schultz in the 80’s. The sequence is composed of poses from the Primary and Intermediate Series of Ashtanga, as well as key postures from the 3rd and 4th series including arm balances and heart openings.
Yin Yoga is a challenging, meditative practice that goes beyond the muscles to reach the deeper connective tissues (bones, joints & ligaments) bringing flexibility and strength to the hidden parts of the body, while developing a more focused mind via the use of mindfulness meditation. Poses are on the floor, held for 3-5 minutes and will leave you feeling relaxed and open.
Meditation is about controlling the spontaneous mind. You are guided into a mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations. Giving the mind this much needed and very rare stillness will provide you with therapeutic benefits.