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About Yoga

All classes are designed to attend different levels and needs...

 Yoga is an ancient system of philosophy, principles and practices derived from the Vedic traditions of India and the  Himalayas, practiced for over 2500 years.

  In yoga, the body, breathing, mind and spirit are seen as a union to achieve well-being and inner peace through the regular practice of a range of different techniques, including postures and movement, breath awareness, relaxation and concentration, self-inquiry and meditation.

 Yoga is an approach to life that values appropriate effort, based on balance and harmony, within each person and with each other.

Hatha Vinyasa Yoga

 Vinyasa is a dynamic style of Yoga where movement and breathing are synchronized in a sequence that links the yoga postures in a continuous flow.

 All forms of body, mind and spirit are impermanent. Through this perception, we can understand life as a continuous flow of impermanent events, where we are in constant movement and transformation. One of the great masters of Vinyasa is Krishnamacharya often referred to as "the father of modern yoga.” Krishnamacharya died in 1989 after an extraordinary life of one hundred years of devoted study and service. 

 In Hatha Vinyasa Yoga, we include classic Hatha techniques such as Pranayamas (breathing exercises), Bandhas (energetic locks), Mudras (hand gestures) and Meditation. One of the great masters of Hatha is Swami Satyananda, a yoga teacher and guru in both his native India and the West. He was a student of Sivananda Saraswati, the founder of the Divine Life Society, and founded the Bihar School of Yoga in 1964. Swami Satyananda died in 2009.

  Hatha Vinyasa provides the flow of energy in our bodies and requires a level of concentration to precisely synchronizes each movement to each breath. We can even say that this style of Yoga is a meditation in motion.

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Group Classes


 Classes are formed by a group of people, where the teacher will be guiding the students in a safe way, always giving the necessary modifications and adjustments.

 Group classes are fun, energizing and help to create a strong community, it is great for interacting and meeting new people and to create a perspective of growth and evolve together.

Private Classes

 One on one classes where the teacher can focus on your specific needs. A private session provides a more intimate view into your practice, allows you to deepen your practice and provides the opportunity to work on an injury, specific goal, or concern.

 Private classes are excellent value as we work closely with you to enable you to learn the more challenging poses in a supportive, safe and inspiring environment.

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