Every day at 9:30am. Price $25 USD

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
Focus on proper alignment and holding poses for around 5 breath
Practicing the beautiful union of the movement and the breath to make your yoga practice more a meditation in movement.
We will be using all kinds of props to make poses accesible and if you are ready for the fun part there is always an option to take it further & I’ll be guiding you there in a safe way, making Yoga accessible to wherever level you are at.

Ashtanga Guided
Ashtanga Vinyasa Led primary series (yoga chikitsa=yoga therapy) the primary series focus on the cleansing of internal organs, muscles tissues, brings strength and flexibility in the body, dynamic practice LED with the traditional Vinyasa count in sanskrit

“Core + Glute Vinyasa”
Align and strengthen with this medium paced flow heavily focusing on activating your core and flutes. Flow will be all levels and modifications will be given to allow all a comfortable, safe and effective practice.

Coming from faster paced sports, yoga allowed me to find my inner balance and connect my mind with my body. I started teaching 3 years ago after finishing my YTTC in goa, India in 2017 and my main goal is to share the passion I've got for yoga and make sure my students have a safe practice they can fully enjoy. Vinyasa flow is the style i like to teach the most because it gives me a lot of opportunities to be creative.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, is a vigorous and flowing style of yoga developed in the 20th century. It involves synchronizing breath with progressive and continuous postures, which produces internal heat while detoxifying the body

“wise progression.” It refers to the ancient and time tested principles of sequencing which are the foundation for the high art of truly skilled, compelling and powerful teaching–the essential piece that separates great yoga teachers from the rest.

A restful practice that is all about 
slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. If you take a restorative class, you may hardly move at all, doing just a few postures over the course of an hour.