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Alignment Flow Yoga with Indra

Traditional flow-based yoga with emphasis on alignment to reap more benefits from the yoga poses and improve the body’s posture.

 

Alignment Flow Yoga with Indra

Hatha Flow with Agung

Ha = Sun,  Tha = Moon,  meaning union of pairs of opposites the internal God and Goddess, male and female, shadow and light

Focus: Concentrating on practice of a simple meditation (Dhyana), posture (Asana) and breath control (Pranayama)
Unique Quality: To revitalize the subtle energy channels, the Nadi system, to bring health to the body, mind and spirit
Benefits: Hatha yoga brings balance to the opposing forces. Transcendence can only be achieved once energies have been understood and balanced
Who is it for? Everyone
What do you need? Smiles and a willingness to learn

Hatha Flow with Agung

Spontaneous Flow with Karen

Spontaneous Flow offers practitioners a space to explore and play–no planned-in-advance sequence will be cued; instead students bring themselves just as they are, with or without questions about specific alignment, poses or transitions, and come together to decide and practice exactly what is needed creatively, physically and energetically in the moment.

Spontaneous Flow with Karen

Tao Yoga with Angelo

Yoga is Happiness, Awareness and Love. Also defined from the Sankskrit as Union.

Tao Yoga introduces aspects of Zen and Ashtanga Yoga into a form of Yoga that does not follow any religious dogma, focusing on the alignment of the postures whilst maintaining a dynamic, flowing, moving class. Working with energy, breathing and the subtle system, you will very slowly become more attuned and sensitive to your body and your practice – subtly you will begin to work from the inside out as opposed to initially working from the outside in.

In Tao yoga the quality of awareness in our practice is paramount. Each pose puts the body in a new position which brings new parts of the body into focus so that we can become aware of any tightness or tension within the body. As we bring our awareness to these areas of tension they immediately start to shift and release.

The Great Taoist Master Lao Tzu defined in Tao Te Ching that “The Tao that can be described is not the eternal Tao. The Name that can be spoken is not the eternal Name”. Similarly, Yoga’s transformational power, energy flow and evolutionary process is to be learned with emphasis on experience and awareness over concepts and ideas.

Tao Yoga practice melts away the tightness and resistance that prevents us from enjoying the natural flow of life. Tao Yoga works with the mind, body and spirit, thus enabling you to feel de-stressed, re-energised, replenished, relaxed and centred after your practice.

You will tone, build bone density and core strength. You will become much happier, lighter, shiny, present, fit, peaceful and loving.

Tao Yoga with Angelo

Yin Yoga with Indra

Benefits of Yin Yoga:

Body: Gentle but deep poses work on the connective tissues to improve the flow of chi and circulation in the joints, while enhancing flexibility and opens the body.

Mind: Brings out a subtle and calming energy, which cultivates a peaceful and meditative mind.

 

Yin Yoga with Indra
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