Class Levels and Descriptions:
This class is appropriate for students new to Yoga, or anyone who wants to re-visit the fundamentals. Emphasis is given to learning proper alignment in the basic postures, using props to help better meet all students’needs. Breath focus is integrated throughout the class, helping to center and quiet the mind.
This class explores beginner and some intermediate level asanas (poses), introducing gentle sequences at a moderate pace. Modifications are given to meet the needs of all students. All levels welcome, beginners included.
This intermediate-level class introduces a more vigorous vinyasa flow, emphasizing sequences based on building greater awareness, strength, flexibility and grace. Some advanced asanas are introduced. Recommended for students with an regular practice.
This dynamic vinyasa class explores intermediate and advanced asanas, using creative sequencing and an energetic pace to introduce deeper moving meditations. Through the continual development of strength, mobility, stamina and breath awareness, this class offers the opportunity to cultivate internal alignment by infusing the practice with greater mindfulness. This is a challenging class, recommended for students with an ongoing practice.
This one-hour class is designed to refresh and rejuvenate mid-day, leaving the body at ease and the mind focused and clear. Emphasis is given to increasing mobility and strength, releasing tension from the shoulders, neck and back, and encouraging greater circulation and energy flow throughout the body. All levels welcome. Special lunchtime class passes available.
Strong and Mobile:
The core aim of Strength and Mobility is stimulating the nervous system, strengthening the muscles and bones to enhance the stability and mobility of joints. This course does away with complex yoga poses, instead employs targeted stretches and repetitive movement to buttress the weak inks in the kinetic chain, thus improving the athletic and daily functions of the practitioners. Suitable particularly to beginners.
Trunk stability is essential to advancing one’s asana practice. Off the mat, it is also key to better posture and lower back relief. In this winter CORE series, we focus on building heat and strengthening the core – which encompasses the pelvic floor up to the chest – through a combination of whole-body movements, breathwork, and deep stretching. This class is open to all levels.
This class focuses on yoga poses, breathing techniques and relaxation exercises designed to support the body during pregnancy and prepare the body for childbirth. Special attention is given to help alleviate back pain, maintain healthy muscle tone and circulation, and develop greater focus and calmness of mind. No previous yoga experience required. All stages of pregnancy welcome. For more information please click here.
Post-Natal Yoga :
Designed to meet the common needs of postpartum mothers, Special attention is given to re-establishing core strength and toning the pelvic floor, while releasing tension around the shoulders, neck and low back. No previous yoga experience required.
Intro to Yoga:
This is a special two-day workshop designed to introduce yoga to new students, or to those who would like to brush-up on the basics. This workshop teaches the building blocks for many of the basic postures and breathing techniques in vinyasa yoga, and introduce ideas about yoga as a philosophy and practice. Information materials provided. Pre-registration required. For more information please click here.
Align and Meditate:
Do you have a regular meditation practice? If you have been practicing yoga for a while but have not started meditating, you can start out with our Align & Meditate class! This class is taught in Chinese only. For more information please click here.
Iyengar Yoga emphasizes precision and alignment. Postures are held longer than in some other styles, to allow muscles to lengthen and relax. Props may be used to improve students’ understanding of poses or to help if students have difficulties. In this class, basic postures are taught to develop strength, stamina and flexibility. It is open to students new to Yoga, those who have been practicing for less than two years, or anyone who has practiced other types of yoga and would like to learn the basics of Iyengar Yoga.
Acroyoga is a dynamic partner practice that blends the wisdom of yoga, the dynamic power of acrobatics, and the loving kindness of healing art. These three lineages form the foundation of a partner practice that cultivates trust, playfulness and community. Acroyoga is a practice that is available for every body, age and ability. We support all beings through movement, connection and play. “To empower life change and inspire connection through joyful play and healing love.”