Enjoy different styles of yoga, to explore your balance of body and mind. From Yin Yoga to Yinyasa, Vipasana and mindulness awareness techniques, we follow you on your path to well-being and inner-peace.
This therapeutic class is specifically tailored to help office people restore the body and calm the mind. Sitting for long hours at the office often causes stress, anxiety and physical tension, especially on the shoulders and lower back. Stretches on these target areas will be used to release tightness and to improve the body posture. Doing yoga poses can ease tensed muscles. When combined with guided mediation, the mind will find more relaxation. Very suitable for anyone seeking to release the tensions after a long day work.
During a stretch practice we explore our own range of motions. By lengthening and compressing the muscle tissues, we can increase or improve our flexibility and mobility. Limitations in movement are often caused by bones structures, fascia, past injuries, etc. Applying the correct stretching technique can release tightness. Together with appropriate breathing techniques, we can find peace when performing challenging poses.
Yin Yoga is a quiet contemplative practice that combines the traditional Yoga with Chinese Medicine principle. It focus on the deeper layers of the body with longer-held and passive poses.
During a Yin Yoga practice we focus our connective tissues – ligaments, joints, the deep fascia of the body and the subtle bodies. In contrast to other yoga practices, such as Vinyasa flows or Hatha yoga where the muscles are the focus.
Besides physical aspects, Yin Yoga also offers wonderful moments where we observe our emotional and mental state through Meditation.
Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep) is a meditation state of conscious deep sleep that brings calmness and tranquillity. Students are guided through specific instructions to relax different body parts. The method is simple yet profound and it revitalises the entire body and mind. Restorative Yoga is a healing practice on vitalizing the parasympathetic system. The purpose is to relax the body and the mind. The technique is ideal for students overloaded by stress and sleep problems.
Hatha yoga focuses on body posture and its connection to the mind. During Hatha practice we work on breathing, body alignment and mindfulness training.
Hatha is considered a gentle form of yoga because the focus is on static poses and is great for beginners. Even though it is a gentle practice, it can still be physically challenging when we search for inner peace during challenges.
Vinyasa yoga is a physical challenging practice of yoga that focuses on linking yoga poses together in a dymanic flow where the breath is leading the flow. The benefits are both physical and mental, because it is a way to improve cardiovascular system and to build endurance. By bringing body awareness to each movement through the breath, it can help us find encouragement to stay mentally strong. At the same time Vinyasa can help us to come back to the present moment.