A flexible spine is vital for maintaining a healthy body. This class focuses on multiple aspects of spinal health from back, neck, and shoulder issues, to stiffness, alignment, and flexibility. This class is suitable for all levels.
Yin Yoga is a sequence of poses done to enhance the meridian and organ systems, thereby inducing deep relaxation to the body and mind, and improving fluidity to the joints. The essence of it is to maintain a gentle but persistent
pressure for a long period of time. It is a quiet and slow-paced practice.
HOT YIN YANG
This is a class designed to use the heated environment to facilitate the healing process. Sequence of postures practiced will help alleviate rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, joint pains and muscle strains. Suitable for people with no prior yoga experience and those looking to recover from muscle and joint related problems.
WALL ROPE YOGA
This class is especially suitable for pre-beginner practitioners who wish to accelerate the development of their flexibility with the aid of wall and rope support. New practitioners can build strength and confidence quickly as well as experience the multiple health benefits of inverted postures.
YOGA FOR EXECUTIVES
This stress-busting class is suitable for all levels. It has been especially designed to overcome common conditions including stress, back, neck & joint pain, eye strain, insomnia, gastro-intestinal issues, etc.
Sivananda Yoga follows the teachings of Swami Sivananda. The focus is on mastery of the twelve basic classical yoga asanas and their variations. This is a slower paced class that allows for a full exploration of each pose.
KUNDALINI YOGA (as taught by Yogi Bhajan)
This is a slower-paced stretching class that works on different groups of muscles to release stiffness and create an energetic, active and flexible body. The aim of Hatha yoga is physical, psychic and mental health.
Hatha Yoga is the physical form of yoga and contains the foundation postures for all styles of yoga. The Balanced Yoga Hatha classes focus less on flowing movements and more on alignment, and will tend to be less vigorous since they do not concentrate on continuous movement. Classes range from beginner to advance.
Hot Flow done in a hot environment to facilitate detoxification and increase endurance levels. Systematically work on each and every part of the body. Ideal for practitioners who want to do workout and burn more calories. Suitable for regular practitioners and beginners.
A class designed to increase flexibility in all parts of the body and to release any stress and tensions held when the body is stretched. The heated class environment warms the muscles up and allows the practitioner to move deeper into the postures which he may not be able to do so in a cooler environment. Suitable for regular practitioners and recommended for runners in particular wanting to increase their flexibility.
- HOT FUSION
This class is for reducing daily stress developed from work place and daily life. Stress impacts our bodies and our minds. In this class, we will use asana, breathing techniques, guided relaxation, and mental techniques to aid in reducing the effects of stress. Practiced once a week for one hour these techniques help relieve musculoskeletal tension in the back, neck and shoulders; relieve headaches caused by musculoskeletal tension; improve sleep; increase feelings of well-being; and improve our coping strategies for dealing with stress events and the subsequent negative symptoms.
Vinyasa means Flow. In this class we mainly focus on the breath and postures together flow in the gentle and smooth.
ASHTANGA VINYASA YOGA / MYSORE (Self Practice)
This style of yoga, popularised by Guru Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, stresses the practice of a set series of postures linked by a ‘flowing’ sequence of movements called vinyasa. Vinyasa refers to the alignment of movement and breath – a method which turns static asanas (postures) into a dynamic flow. This is a more strenuous and dynamic class and does NOT require an existing knowledge of the Ashtanga Primary Series.
– SATURDAY: Focus on hip-opening postures and step-by-step instruction on how to do the vinyasa, or ‘flowing’ sequence that links individual postures.
– SUNDAY: Focus on back opening and back bending postures to release stiffness and promote strength and flexibility.
The regular practice of prenatal yoga in a positive and supportive environment ensures the physical, mental and emotional well-being of both mother and baby. Through this class mothers-to-be will be better able to manage the physical demands of pregnancy, labour and motherhood.