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KUNDALINI YOGA

Kundalini Yoga is a powerful practise also known as the Yoga of Awreness. It is dynamic yoga that has an impact all aspects of our physical, mental and spiritual being. It combines breath, physical exersices, meditation and mantras to strengthen the nervous system, balance the glandular system, expand lung capacity and purify the blood. It promotes emotional balance and enhanced intuition so we can control ourselves rather than being controlled by our thoughts and feelings.

 

Kundalini Yoga is suitable for everyone who wants to promote a general sense of relaxation and well-being, eliminate negative habits, increase radiance and have a positive impact on others.

 

The benefits of Kundalini Yoga come from centuries-old yogic tradition.  It is a very complete science and deals with the physical body, the triad of body-mind-spirit and with the subtle energies of the body such as prana and the chakras.

 

Kundalini Yoga in unique because of its effectiveness - the changes you want to affect in your life happen much more quickly than many other styles of yoga. Its variety of techniques and meditations is enormous, supporting individual needs. Its a safe way to stimulate the body's natural resources to recognise our awareness and become healthy and balanced.

 

 

HATHA AND ASHTANGA VINYASA YOGA

Hatha Yoga is the original form of yoga from where all other styles have developed. The purpose of Hatha Yoga is to keep the practitioner healthy by purifying the body, in order to facilitate purification of the mind. This deep practice develops a very subtle awareness within the body that begins the process of cultivating the meditative state of awareness.  It combines the physical movements with breathing techniques and postures. Hatha Yoga classes focus on providing a healthy physical body, open energetic body and calm mind. It is a perfect choice for those looking to seek a slower paced learning system while focusing on easing the tension and increasing the strength.

 

 

Ashtanga yoga literally means “eight-limbed yoga” as outlined by the sage Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras. Ashtanga Yoga is in the tradition of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. The asanas are practiced systematically and provide a harmonious flow of energy. The finishing sequence rounds off each and every Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga practice. Systematic learning steps help you get a deeper understanding of this powerful and dynamic yoga practice supported by your breath. The beginner yoga classes focus on essential yoga postures, breathing techniques, flexibility, strength and easing the tension. For those who are already rooted in yoga practice it offers the best of yoga and tunes up and crystallises the current practise.

 

 

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