The following classes are suitable for beginners and students of all ages and fitness levels:
Restorative yoga is a form of yoga that aims to achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation using props. The use of props assist your muscles in relaxation. Poses are practiced on the floor, or chair, and held until the body can relax. The class is held in a quiet environment. This type of yoga can help relax the nervous system.
Yin yoga helps increase your flexibility and range of motion. It consists of poses that stretch the body in the direction where your body/joints are meant to move. Connective tissues are everywhere in the body. If you do not use your full range of flexibility, the connective tissues will slowly shorten to the minimum length needed to accommodate your activities. Poses are usually held between 2 to 5 minutes and are mainly practiced on the floor.
Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair. Those who cannot get on the floor for whatever reason can benefit from a practice of yoga on a chair. It is appropriate for those who want a softer, nurturing, slow-paced, well-supported and relaxing practice. The approach includes careful movements, well-paced stretches and, include a focus on the range of motion exercises. Postures are explained and plenty of time is provided to focus on breathing and repetition. This class is better suited for beginners.
This gentle form of yoga is practiced standing and having a chair for support. It helps improve your balance, strength and flexibility. It is appropriate for those who want a softer, nurturing, slow-paced, well-supported and relaxing practice. Postures may be approached in gradual steps, with plenty of time to focus on breathing and repetition so that the practice is simple to do and easy to remember. This class is better suited for beginners.
In this high pressure and competitive world, natural laughter is fast disappearing. Laughter Yoga enables everyone to laugh, even those who are serious and introverted. This type of yoga is a unique concept where anyone can laugh for no reason at all - without relying on humor, jokes, or comedy. The reason it is referred to as Laughter Yoga is because it combines laughter exercises with yoga breathing. When laughter is initiated, as an exercise in a group, using eye contact and childlike playfulness, it can turn into real and contagious laughter.