Move with grace and ease. With emphasis on awareness, control, and effective use of breathing, Gentle Flow is a slower-paced practice, with focus on the foundation and alignment of poses and vinyasa sequences. This class is for everyone, most especially yogis just starting out or have physical limitations they need to work with.
This class is a dynamic system of linking breath (prana) to postures (asanas). Sequencing is often built around sun salutations. It leaves you feeling longer, leaner, and feeling refreshed.
Dynamic Flow is a Vinyasa Flow-based class that explores fun and creative flowing sequences from pose to pose. It is guaranteed to test your endurance, metal focus, and physical strength.
Based on Vinyasa Flow with varying degrees of difficulty, these classes aim to bring forward other aspects of the practice, whether it's more philosophical or spiritual, meditative, pranayama or breath work, or even skill-specific themes.
Ground your energy down and get into deep releases in this very slow-paced class. The style requires holding poses for a few minutes while allowing the body to relax to effectively apply gentle pressure to the body’s connective tissues. This also holds space for the practitioner to find stillness in the mind, gently entering a meditative state. It is a good way to increase the body’s range of motion and the same time ground one’s energy.
This Vinyasa-based class puts emphasis on creating awareness of the bandhas (Energy locks) and the use of the body’s core muscles. Flowing in breath-synchronized movements allow for efficient use of energy as one is challenged to find stability and strength in the practice.
Fast-paced w/ a very dynamic flow, Rocket Yoga's structure is similar to that of Ashtanga Yoga series but made more accessible and playful. It allows the practitioner to modify and variate the set sequences to meet the student's capabilities. It helps in unlocking postures like arm balances, backbends, and inversions.
Carefully designed to suit the needs of pregnant women or women who recently gave birth, Prenatal Yoga combines gentle stretching, mental centering, and focused breathing for childbirth preparation or postnatal care. It aims to help reduce stress, improve sleep, alleviate lower back pain, nausea, headaches, and shortness of breath.
Kids Yoga is specially designed to get kids from ages 3 to 9 more involved in physical activity. More importantly, it is also meant to teach them to be more aware of their own body, as well as to develop their focus and relaxation.