A simple but deep meditation focusing on the breath in different areas of the body, from the nostrils to the abdomen.
Recommended props: a cushion.
It’s “that time of the month” again! But that’s not a reason not to practice. This gentle practice will help you reconnect to your body, release tensions and find some ease and comfort.
Recommended props: 2 blocks and a bolster.
Designed for people that are new to yoga, this slow paced practice will walk you through some sun salutations or Surya Namaskars. Sun salutations are a great workout for the whole body and a good warm up to start your day.
You had a long day and need a soothing but dynamic class to conclude it beautifully; this practice is for you! We will flow slowly between poses to release and unwind the whole body.
A classical tantric meditation involving a journey of awareness around the body, breath focus and basic visualization.
Recommended props: a small blanket and a bolster.
Flow from one asana (pose) to another by learning the proper alignment of basic hip openers. This sequence will loosen any tightness in your hips. It will also help you improve mobility in the hip joint and relieve lower back pain.
An easy and gentle practice for beginners to open the whole body in preparation for more advanced practices.
Recommended props: 2 blocks, a small blanket, a cushion and a strap.
“The quality of our breath expresses our inner feelings,” TKV Desikachar.
Breathing is the foundation of all yoga classes. Watch this video to learn one of the most basic yoga breathing technique called abdominal breathing or adham pranayama.