“quiet the mind and the soul will speak” M.S. Bhagavati

“The inspiration you need is already within you. Be silent and listen”

Among the many benefits, meditation reduces stress, increases your sense of well-being, increases your sense of connectedness and empathy, improves focus, improves you memory, we practice meditation in every class.

Hata Kriya

Hatha Kriya Yoga

The process of performing Hatha Kriya Yoga  is a simple, psycho-physiological method by which the human blood is decarbonized and recharged with oxygen.
You may begin to have greater mental clarity and your focus is more direct, stronger immune system among other benefits.


Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is arguably the best type of yoga for beginners as it has a slower pace and is a gentler type of yoga. You probably already offer this class. If not, you should. Here´s why.

Often referred to as “General Yoga”, hatha covers yoga’s basic postures and movements like downward dog, chaturanga and mountain. It focuses on balancing one’s body energy as well as strengthening the mind-body connection. The poses involve a lot of stretching of tight muscles, meditation and deep breathing.

  • Ideal for beginners

  • Focuses on balancing

  • Basic postures and movements


Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa is arguably the most popular yoga style in the world. In fact, you most likely offer it in your studio.

Although it is a derivate of hatha yoga, vinyasa is more fast-paced and the assanas are synchronized with the breathing. It is more like an energetic dance that is focused on the power of inhaling, exhaling and synchronized breathing. Since it is done in quick succession without breaks and the sequence changes from class to class (instructor typically focus on working a specific goal in each class), it is perfect for students – both beginners and advanced – with short attention spans.


Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga helps provide that physical and mental balance to prevent stress and anxiety, through the use of props such as blankets, bolsters, blocks, that allow to hold poses longer, giving you all the benefits of deep passive stretching. It also helps to provide correct alignment in the postures.


Kurunta (Rope Wall Yoga)

Is a series of Iyengar style asanas practiced with aid of ropes on a wall. Kurunta means puppet in sanskrit. The student is literally suspended from ropes, it can be an invaluable tool for students who are stiff, weak or unable to perform certain asanas independently.


Yin Yoga ☯️

This type of yoga is slow paced and has a meditative approach based on the Taoist concept of yin and yang opposite and complementary principles in nature, in which Yin represents the more stable, solid, passive, unmoving, introspective side of things while yang is all about the ever changing, moving, revealing side of life.  You will be introduced to a much more slow-paced style of yoga where each position is being held for longer periods of time ranging anywhere between 1 to 5+ minutes.
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“The mind is the king of the senses, but the breath is the king of the mind”
– Hatha Yoga Pradipika


Pranayama is the formal practice of controlling the breath, which is the source of our prana, or vital life force. We practice Pranayama in every class.
It helps purify the blood and the respiratory system. The deeper breathing enriches the blood with oxygen. As matter of fact large amount of oxygen goes to the brain, lungs heart, and capillaries.
kids yoga

Kids Yoga

Children derive enormous benefits from yoga. Physically, it enhances their flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness. In addition, their concentration and sense of calmness and relaxation improves.


Power Yoga

Power yoga is intense. It is a variation of the traditional yoga. It is stimulating, pumping and at the same time relaxing. It has the best of yoga and the effects of a modern-day workout. Involves synchronized fast-paced movements with controlled breathing. It is an intense workout uniting the mind and the body. It increases your stamina, tolerance, strength, and stability.

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