We offer a variety of classes to meet the diverse interest. Each class is designed to challenge and inspire you, while helping you to develop strength, flexibility, and mindfulness.

 Our classes are open to all ages and levels of experience.

We believe that yoga is a journey of self-discovery, and we are committed to helping you on that journey. Whether you are looking to build strength, reduce stress, or simply find more balance in your life, we have a class that is right for you.  Below more info about different classes.


 Ashtanga | Vinyasa| Yin |  Back bending |Dynamic Vinyasa

Ashtanga led class

Ashtanga yoga is a dynamic and physically demanding style of yoga that emphasizes breath and movement. It is often referred to as "power yoga" because of its emphasis on strength and flexibility.

The practice typically begins with the opening sequence of sun salutations, followed by a series of postures that are performed in a specific order. Each posture is synchronized with the breath to create a continuous and flowing movement. This helps to build heat in the body, increase cardiovascular endurance, and promote flexibility and strength.

Ashtanga yoga is also known for its emphasis on the mental and spiritual aspects of yoga, with a focus on self-discipline, focus, and the cultivation of inner awareness. This style of yoga also encourages practitioners to develop a daily practice, encouraging the students to be consistent and dedicated to the practice. Ashtanga yoga is a demanding and rigorous practice, but also is a very rewarding style, which can bring changes on the physical and mental state of being.

Back Bending vinyasa

Backbending Vinyasa is a yoga flow that focuses on postures that involve arching the spine backwards, which can help to open the chest and heart. This practice is said to not only increase flexibility and strength in the back, but also to release tension in the shoulders and upper back, which can help to open the chest and heart. This flow may also include forward fold and twisting movement to balance out the practice and to help to release tension from the body. Forward folds involve rounding the spine forward and stretching the back body and hamstrings. Twists involve rotating the torso and help to stretch the back and improve spinal mobility. This balance of backbends, forward folds and twists can help to promote flexibility and balance in the body, and also allow to release tension and stress. Beautiful heart opening vinyasa flow that will make your back feel very supple.

Dynamic Vinyasa

Dynamic Vinyasa is a style of yoga that emphasizes movement and flow. It is characterized by a continuous sequence of poses that are linked together by the breath, with an emphasis on transitions and movement. The pace of the class is typically faster than other styles of yoga, and there is often music playing in the background. The focus is on building strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance, as well as promoting a sense of calm and mindfulness. The practice often includes sun salutations, standing postures, balance postures and inversions, backbends and forward bends, but can be vary depending on the teacher and the class level. In general dynamic vinyasa classes are not recommended for complete beginners and it's recommended to take some classes before trying dynamic vinyasa if you are new to yoga. 

Yin Flow

A "gentle yin flow" is a type of yoga practice that combines elements of yin yoga with a slow, flowing sequence of postures.

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga in which postures are held for long periods of time with the aim of stretching the connective tissues, such as ligaments, tendons, and fascia. It targets the deeper layers of the body and is believed to improve flexibility and relaxation.

A "gentle yin flow" class will typically start with a gentle warm-up, followed by a series of yin postures that are linked together in a fluid sequence. The pace of the class is slow, with an emphasis on being mindful of the breath and allowing the body to relax into each posture. The class will end with a period of relaxation or meditation. This style of practice is generally considered to be suitable for all levels, including beginners, as it is done mostly seated or laying down and you are able to go deeper in the stretch with time.

Yin Yoga

A calmer form of yoga, which incorporates principles of traditional Chinese medicine, where the unity of Yin and Yang principles is the foundation of the harmony of our world.

We need both Yin and Yang energies to live a healthy and balanced life, therefore Yin Yoga is a perfect occasion to balance out the more dynamic yoga practices and other physical activities.Holding asanas passively for 2-5 min will help us connect to our bodies on a deeper level. This will help you target the connective tissues (fascia) of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine. It will also help you to slow down and be present.