Bikram Yoga is a unique intelligently designed series of 26 postures (asanas) and 2 breathing exercises, performed in a room heated at 40°C to warm your muscles helping to prevent injuries, allowing deeper stretching, and sweating toxins from the skin.
It is performed in a sequence designed so that every posture stretches and strengthens the specific muscles, ligaments and joints needed for the following postures. The method will work all systems in the body, improves muscle tone, building strength, stamina and flexibility. This yoga can also assist in increasing your energy level, revitalising the mind, relieving stress, anxiety and depression.
The Bikram method is cardiovascular and an intense workout suitable for beginners and experienced students. All classes are 90 minutes.
Focus 60 is energising 60 minute class that follows the standard Bikram sequence with a few minor differences. Focus 60 includes all postures in the 90 minute class but with less breaks and set up times. The 60 minute sequence flows, while still gaining lots of therapeutic benefit. Focus 60 is not intended to replace your regular 90 minute class, but can be seen as a ‘top up’ for those who are time poor.
As the Focus 60 class moves quickly an understanding of the foundation postures of Bikram is an advantage in the shortened timeframe of the Focus 60 class. Whilst new Bikram students are welcome, the class is ideally suited to those who have experienced the full 90 minute Bikram sequence first. All classes are 60 minutes.
Meditation is a guided meditation technique to help you deeply relax, cope better with stress, relieve tension and improve your physical and mental well-being. This session feels blissful and helps you to experience perfect rest and recuperation. Fully guided breathing and meditation to transport you to place of pure relaxation of mind, body and heart.
Continual practice of Meditation provides insights into the workings of the mind and the emotions. It further helps you to develop clarity and wisdom, gaining a better understanding of life.All classes are 60 minutes.
Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods. Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A more meditative approach to yoga, yin aims at cultivating awareness of inner silence, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality.