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Hatha Yoga
Hatha Yoga

Practice includes traditional asanas (postures), breathing exercises and meditation techniques. Positions can be performed dynamically or statically. Moderate level of physical load.

Hot Yoga
Hot Yoga

Hot Yoga is a dynamic and intense Vinyasa Flow practice that takes place in a room with a temperature of up to 37 degrees. The practice has a high level of workload, challenging and satisfying, with a strong detoxifying effect, increasing energy and vitality. Hot yoga is perfect for physically active people with a healthy cardiovascular system. Practice is not suitable for beginners in yoga.

 

 

Vinyasa Flow
Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa Flow is a dynamic, active and warming up form of yoga, in which we flow from one asana to another, while connecting every move with the breath. This practice helps to clear, move and flex the whole body, but also works to build strength. Vinyasa flow is not recommended for absolute beginners unless they are ready to keep safe their body and not overload it, if they experience discomfort or pain.

Ashtanga yoga
Ashtanga yoga

Ashtanga yoga is a style of hatha yoga, which includes following strictly defined sequence of asanas, synhronized with specific ujaya breathing and gaze concentration. This is a strengthening practice aimed at opening the joints.

Yoga for Beginners
Yoga for Beginners

This is a hatha yoga practice that aims to introduce to the practitioner the basic principles of yoga. Getting into the poses remains within the comforting sense of effort. It emphasizes the synchronization between breathing and movement. Active poses are balanced with passive, relaxing poses to achieve a deeper sense of the effect of any active posture on the body.

Handstand class
Handstand class

Handstand class is a practice aimed at building the necessary physical qualities to maintain balance in handstands and helps to improve the overall body posture. It is suitable for both beginners and advanced practicioners.

Yin Yoga
Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a form of hatha yoga. Typical for this practice is the prolonged hold of specific stretching postures that affect deep tissue. It has a relaxing effect on the mind, washes away the tiredness and increases flexibility.

Kundalini Yoga
Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is a practice that can include dynamic movements combined with a sharp exhale, static poses, rhythm, breathing techniques, sound, dance, relaxation and meditation. The practice is moderate.

HIIT
HIIT

HIIT is a high-intensity interval training with TABATA and PILATES elements. High intensity activity and fixed periods with low physical activity alternate. The class improves breathing resistance, the metabolic function and the cardiovascular health.

Power Yoga
Power Yoga

Power Yoga is a powerful practice with a high level of workload. Suitable for physically active people. The class helps to build a balance between strength and flexibility.

Mobility
Mobility

The training is aimed at mastering basic gymnastic skills and building strength. The goal is always the quality of the movement and the form of execution, not the quantity of work done. The classes are tailored to the level of each participant. 

Prenatal Yoga
Prenatal Yoga

Yoga for pregnant women is a practice with selected hatha yoga poses tailored to the stages of pregnancy. The exercises are aimed at relieving frequent discomforts in pregnant women and preparing the body for the birth process.

Acro Yoga
Acro Yoga

Acro Yoga is a partner practice that combines acrobatics, yoga and massage in a fun and exciting way. Balance in posture is achieved by building both physical qualities and the development of concentration and sense of partner. It is also suitable for people without experience in this type of yoga.

Individual classes
Individual classes

Yoga Therapy is a new concept that focuses on the body, its features and needs in detail. This approach allows you to work while having injuries, pains and stiffness. The afterwards effect of this practice is not only relieving unpleasant sensations in the body, but also helping long term to heal them. The focus is towards the care of the various bodies and their physical challenges.

Aeyngar Yoga
Aeyngar Yoga

Iyengar Yoga is a form of hatha yoga, which emphasizes the precision of the body alignmentt when performing asanas. Props such as belts, blocks, etc. are often used. The practice is suitable for beginners as well as for people with experience in yoga.

Gymnastics
Gymnastics

Gymnastics aim at building qualities such as flexibility, strength, stamina, explosiveness, sense of balance, coordination and mobility of the movement. Practice includes hand and leg balances, splits and holding in powerful poses.

Meditation
Meditation

Meditation is a process and practice that takes place in a comfortable sitting position. It can include slight spinal movement and breathing exercises. The practice has a low level of physical load.

Yogalates
Yogalates

Yogalates is a dynamic and active practice that combines the stretching and harmony of yoga with pilates techniques and exercises. The class is focused on strength, mobility and endurance and is particularly suitable for those who want to get rid of unnecessary weight or to strengthen their muscles. Dedicated attendance to the Yogalates workouts will help you build a strong, tight and beautiful body.

Pilates
Pilates

Pilates is a physical fitness system that enables practitioners to become aware of their body, develop neuro-muscular coordination, learn the right way of implementing motor skills, and establish real and aware control of their movements. Additional benefits from this workout are also the improvement of the posture as well as the enhancement of the flexibility.

Restorative Yoga
Restorative Yoga

Restorativa yoga is a practice with selected poses that affect areas with discomfort, tension and pain, and how to move them interactively. Practice is particularly beneficial when there is a sense of overwork, stress, and stiffness.

Yoga Nidra
Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep) is an ancient meditative practice suitable for everyone. It has beneficial effects on the physical, mental and emotional state. The body stays in a horizontal position while the mind is directed toward the implementation of specific mental practices.