AcroYoga is a form of partner yoga which brings together yoga, acrobatics and Thai massage. It is a playful, fun but also therapeutic form of yoga.
Anusara yoga is a modern-day Hatha yoga system founded by John Friend. Anusara means “flowing with grace,” “going with the flow,” “following your heart.”
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga (also called Ashtanga Yoga) is a physically demanding form of yoga practice originally taught by Pattabhi Jois in the 1940s.
Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic practice which focuses on accessing and activating the core during yoga poses.
Hatha yoga is known as the yoga for the physical body. In Sanskrit, “Ha” represents sun and “tha” represents moon,
Iyengar Yoga is a form of Hatha Yoga with a strong focus on detail, precision and alignment in the postures. The practice has been carefully structured in a way to allow a beginner to progress surely and safely through asana.
In meditation we practice being fully aware of our actions, thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Meditation teaches us to stay in this present moment.
Pranayama is a practice relating to the control and regulation of the breath through specific breathing techniques and exercises. Pranayama helps us to clear physical and emotional blocks or obstacles in the body so that the breath, and prana, can flow.
The idea of restorative yoga is to promote deep relaxation while holding the poses for longer periods of time, with the help of props.
Therapeutic elements in yoga refer to the application of techniques and practices to help individuals facing health challenges.
Vinyasa means “movement linked with breath.” Postures are strung together in a short or longer flow.
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Yin Yang Yoga blends two styles of yoga into one practice - bringing together the benefits of passively holding yoga poses with more dynamic sequences and standing postures.
Yin Yoga is a quiet and simple practice, but not necessarily an easy practice. Yin yoga works deeply into our body.
Somatics is not a different style of yoga but rather a movement therapy, a way of re-educating the way our brain senses and moves the muscles.
Yoga Nidra is also known as “yogic sleep” or “effortless relaxation”. It can be described as the conscious state between wakefulness and sleep, allowing deep relaxation and a sense of wellbeing through awareness and the welcoming of all that is present.
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