This practice focuses on freeing and mobilizing the body, mind and breath. Every week we target specific parts where energy tends to accumulate, generating postural dysfunctions and pain.
We improve posture, flexibility and balance. Strengthening muscles and bones, relieving stress and sharpening the mind.
All as a whole collaborating to reduce chronic pain.
Expect a full yoga practice with Pranayama at the beginning and Savasana at the end. All skills are welcome, variations and modifications are given.
Hatha is a style of yoga created in the 15th or 16th century by the yogi Suatmarama, often promoted as the traditional classical Indian yoga. Vinyasa Yoga is a style of yoga created by K. Pattabhi Jois during the 20th century, often promoted as a modern form of classical Indian yoga. Discipline learned from his teacher Tirumalai Krishnamacharya.
This style is energetic and encompasses stillness in the asana (posture), movement linked to breathing (vinyasa), concentration development (dristhi), activation of internal energy (bandhas) and inner silence (meditation). ).
We will move in a dynamic and joyful practice, flowing with the breath and grounding specific postures to create solidity and stability.
Expect a challenging practice with Pranayama exercises (breathing exercises) and Savasana to finish the practice.
All skills are welcome, variations and modifications are given.
It is a modern yoga proposal with which strength, resistance, flexibility and proprioception are improved.
We nourish the body with repertoires of yoga postures, exercises and movements similar to the technical patterns of sport and functional training.
Classes aimed at improving posture, relieving back pain and strengthening the core.
You will perform exercises not only of the pilates method but also of proprioception, breathing, and others always at the rhythm of each person, favoring above all feeling good with the activity and connecting with body and mind.
Aimed at men and women of any age. If you suffer from back pain or want to recover after an injury, surgery or postpartum, or just want to try a new way of exercising.
Sometimes more Yin, sometimes more Restorative. This practice not only improves flexibility. This style of yoga is especially aimed at strengthening and improving the functioning of our internal organs, joints, and internal areas beyond the muscles, such as the tendons, ligaments, and fascia.
In yin yoga we work with the meridian theory which allows us to release neuromuscular energy blocks from the 72,000 meridian channels that run through our body.
We will move with a passive approach to yoga where postures are held in a comfortable way between 2 and 5 minutes. In this class, we approach Yin yoga with hypermobility and injury in mind.