We firmly believe yoga is a way of life, one with peace, freedom, self-respect and respect for others at its core. We offer different styles of yoga so you can choose the one that suits you most.
You can join our classes either if you’re completely new to yoga or you’ve been practicing for years since asanas (yoga postures) totally adapt to one-self. We encourage you to come and try one of our classes for free.
Hatha yoga is quite soft and slow so it’s perfect for beginners and a great way to start and/or end the day. Its main focus is to flow from one posture and movement to the other. As any other yoga style, Hatha seeks for the mind, body and soul union.
Vinyasa yoga is perfect to help us become aware of our body postures, our breath and its impact on the body (how our rib cage expands, our chest elevates and our ribs open when we inhale, and how we empty our lungs when we exhale and adjust our body).
Yin yoga is a passive practice that aims to get the body musculature relaxed in order to stimulate our bones, joints, tendons and ligaments, which tend to become rigid with age, and rejuvenates them.
In Yin yoga each posture is maintained around 3 to 5 minutes. By practicing this kind of yoga, the central nervous system gets calmer, at the same time that the flow of vital energy is stimulated and you learn to deeply relax, which is very helpful in our day to day in order to balance activity with calmness.
Ashtanga will increase your concentration and perception of your own body. The continuous movement will bring you inner peace and well-being.
Meditation is a technique that works in mindfulness. By learning to breathe and focusing our attention, we will be able to enter into a state of calm and serenity and we will sharpen our capacity for concentration. When meditating, we activate internal listening and achieve a greater degree of clairvoyance, self-control and, above all, harmony with ourselves and our environment. In the meditation sessions we will put into practice all these fundamental pillars of a good meditation and how to incorporate it into our day to day with different techniques of mindfulness, breathing and relaxation.