Come and experience the healing power of Yoga in our studio offering a selection of heated and non-heated classes. Our experienced teachers will guide you to get the most out of your practice, whether you are an experienced Yogi or complete beginner.
Hot Yoga has become the most popular style of Yoga practiced worldwide!
The heated room allow's you to safely reach new levels of personal flexibility in beginner’s posture's and for your body to eliminate toxin's through not only sweat but also with therapeutic postures designed to heal and bring balance to your body.
Postures when you are balancing and contracting your muscles at the same time build strength and get your heart rate up, a 90 minute class can burn up to 1000 calories!
We also have non-heated classes available and our experienced teachers are there to guide and help you to make sure you get the most out of your experience.
Through conscious breathing and with patience you will develop tremendous focus and determination which will carry over to your daily life.
We offer 6 types of hot yoga:
Hot 26&2- The original Hot Yoga, a 90 minute (or 60 min express) sequence of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises, temperature 40° with 40% humidity.
Hot Vinyasa- Ease your muscles through a full range of motion. Diverse and flowing where movement is coordinated with breath. Temperature 32°.
Hatha- Varying sequences of dynamic & static postures, with added heat to warm the body quickly, increasing mobility and metabolism. Temperature 35°
Dynamic Hatha - A blend of static and flowing postures, with or without props. Focusing on simple poses that flow from one to the other at a comfortable pace. It is a freestyle form of teaching that follows your energies and is great for improving stamina and posture and for reducing stress. Comfortable room temperature.
Power Vinyasa - A flow style class where movement is coordinated with the breath. A very cardiovascular practice that builds strength, flexibility and tones and shapes the body with sun salutations and an ever changing sequence of postures. Challenge your balance and ability to focus, concentrate and stay present for 90 minutes. Comfortable room temperature.
Yin Yoga - Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with poses that are held for longer periods of time, three to five minutes or longer per pose is typical. Working into the connective tissue around the joints, the emphasis is on releasing muscles rather than on contracting. Connective tissue responds best to a slow, steady load. If you gently stretch connective tissue by holding a yin pose for a long time, the body will respond by making them a little longer and stronger-which is exactly what you want, particularly if you lead an active lifestyle and/or have injuries. The practice often finishes with a guided meditation or Yoga Nidra to leave you feeling calm and centred. Comfortable room temperature.
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