Yin is a passive, meditative style of yoga but challenging for the body and the mind. The postures are held for extended periods, enabling the body to stretch into the tighter deeper tissues like fascia, connective tissue, ligaments tendons and bones.
Yin compliments all other styles of yoga and exercises to help balance the body and any blocked Chi flow. Yin and Yang are complementary oppositional terms. Yang is dynamic, bright, active, flowing. Yin is cooler, stiller, denser.

Most forms of yoga practice are Yang: you’re moving your body with rhythm and repetition. Yin yoga is a way of addressing the denser tissue around the joints.

Inspired by the Modern Meridian Theory, Yin Yoga stimulates the Chi flow through the 12 main meridians. It can be a very therapeutic training because we investigate which poses affect which meridians.

Yin Yoga is a meditative style of Yoga. A way to calm the mind, find a physically, energetically and mentally balance.


Vinyasa Flow


Is a practice inspired by Ashtanga yoga.
Vinyasa means "breath-synchronized movement," and is a series of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling. Vinyasa movements are smoothly flowing and almost dance-like
Vinyasa yoga has several physical and mental benefits. Performing the Vinayasa yoga poses creates internal heat. This heat purifies muscles and organs by expelling unwanted toxins from the body in the form of sweatThe increased body heat also stimulates blood flow to various body parts. As blood carries with it essential nutrients and oxygen, different organs and body systems are replenishing these parts.



Prenatal Yoga


Unique a safe sequence are designe to bring more stability and flexibility to the body during this wonderful moment of life of motherhood. A simple way to relax and stay fit at the same time, preparing the body for labour and connecting with your baby. Prenatal yoga classes are suitable for all levels and new to yoga, starting from 13th weeks of pregnancy.

Prenatal yoga can also help you meet and bond with other pregnant women and prepare for the stress of being a new parent.

Same benefits:

  • Improve sleep

  • Reduce stress and anxiety

  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth

  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches and shortness of breath

  • Decrease the risk of preterm labor, pregnancy-induced hypertension and intrauterine growth restriction — a condition that slows a baby's growth






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