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Class Schedule

Dec 11 - Dec 17















For Private Yoga Classes please contact us via email or WhatsApp

Ashtanga Yoga
Vinyasa Yoga
Yin Yoga


Asthanga Yoga is based on Patanjali’s eight limbs. It is a dynamic and higher-level sequential asana based practice, which consists of different series. For beginners, the practice of the first series is recommended.

Asthanga practitioners strive for reaching a higher level of consciousness through dedicated orthodox practice and mental awareness. It is a lifetime practice, that will show you that there are no limits in the world.

Each session involves asana, mantra chanting, meditation and relaxation.

  • Experience for medium to advanced level.

  • Available in English and Spanish.


Vinyasa is a Sanskrit term that means synchronization of movement over breath. This yoga system is characterized by the synchronization of the breath with the movement of the body.


Each of the important yoga asanas (postures) is practised with different and elaborate vinyasas (variations and movements) and each posture is linked to the next through a succession of transitional movements synchronized by breathing. "The mind carefully follows the slow, smooth and controlled ujjayi breathing, and the union of the body and the mind takes place with the act of breathing as a harness."


Each session involves pranayama, meditation, asanas and relaxation.

  • Experience for all levels.

  • Available in English and Spanish.


Yin Yoga is a gentle and meditative yoga style to relax in the present moment and restore the body, mind and emotions.

Unlike the more dynamic styles of yoga as in Vinyasa or Ashtanga Yoga, the goal of Yin Yoga is not to strengthen or engage the muscles, but to relax them. It helps you to reach deep connective tissues and make the fascia around the body more flexible. It also helps strengthen the ligaments that support the joints and connect the bonnes.

The postures (Asanas) are completely passive, they are held for a much longer time (1-5 min) and targeting the muscles is no longer the main objective. Holding the asanas longer will allow you to feel a deeper connection to your body, maintain attention and manage how far you go in each asana. 

  • Experience for all levels.

  • Available in English and Spanish


Hatha Yoga is a form of yoga that focuses on physical practice, body alignment, and breathing. It originated in India and is one of the oldest branches of yoga. Its name comes from two Sanskrit words: "ha" (sun) and "tha" (moon), which symbolize the union of opposite and complementary forces. And it is based on asanas (postures), pranayama (conscious breathing), relaxation and meditation. Benefits include improved physical and mental health. Attention is paid to proper alignment and is suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels. Constant practice is essential.


A "Hatha" class usually includes a set of physical postures (yoga postures) and breathing techniques. These postures are typically practiced more slowly and with more static holds than in a Vinyasa flow or Ashtanga class. Although this class will be more fluid with transitions from one posture to another more similar to Vinyasa than traditional Hatha, where each asana is held for a longer period of time.


We will mix different styles of yoga, mostly we will do Hatha Flow, although there will be days when the classes will be more dynamic, closer to a Vinyasa Yoga class and others when we will do more restorative classes approaching Yin Yoga.

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