The 4 Pillars of Yoga

  1. Backbend

    This class aims to focus on your back and hips that will enable your body to work towards and experience all the asanas you’ve never really been able to get into. Backbends are thought of as poses that open our awareness to the outside world. While the front of the body is being stretched in backbends, our attention should continually be focused on the back torso. This class is suitable for beginners.

  2. Backbend & Twist

    Try out this yummy combination of twists and backbends. The focus is from the space we create by twisting we will access a few backbends. It’s fun and it’s also suitable for beginners.

  3. Body Opening

    These body-opening yoga poses can release the stress and tension you keep bound up in your chest. They are the perfect go-to moves after a long day at the office or when you have something on your mind that you can’t stop worrying about. Add them into a Vinyasa flow or do a pose on its own. You’ll feel the pose’s benefits no matter what. This class is suitable for beginners.

  4. Gentle Yoga

    Gentle yoga classes are going to be accepting of beginners. They may include meditation. They are intended to be calming and to reduce stress. If you have been intimidated by more athletic yoga styles or are looking for a way to unwind, you may want to explore gentle yoga. You are not required to use a lot of physical strength for these classes!

  5. Restorative

    Restorative Yoga, unlike other types of yoga, includes the use of props. These props are used to help you maintain your balance and have better support, which helps you to hold poses for a longer amount of time. You should be able to hold these poses for ten to twenty minutes, allowing your body to open up to more passive stretching. Restorative Yoga classes are for those of you who are trying to overcome and conquer stress, fatigue, depression, and anxiety. This type of yoga can also help people who are recovering from an illness or injury. This class is suitable for beginners.

  6. Yoga Therapy

    Yoga Therapy is designed for yoga practitioners to enjoy and experience the benefits of Yoga. In this class, you will be taught proper breathing, postures and poses to improve blood circulation. Additionally, learn how to use them to relieve common ailments and physical discomfort like stiff neck, stiff shoulders, arthritis, backache, constipation, wind in stomach, indigestion, etc. This class is suitable for beginners.

Dynamic

  1. ABT

    Targets the areas you most want to improve i.e. Abs, Butts & Thighs, using your own bodyweight as resistance and incorporating a high degree of floor work. In order to strengthen the abs, you will have to follow exercises related to both, the abdomen and the back. There are different types of crunches and other abdominal exercises that focus on the entire abdomen, from the upper to the lower sections. These exercises are ideal to strengthen your abdominal muscles. This class is suitable for beginners without yoga experience.

  2. Cardio & Core

    If you need innovative ideas to challenge yourself, this class is for you! Target core muscles while introducing unique variations of familiar moves. Round out the routine by torching calories with high-intensity interval training exercises. This is a high-intensity class that involves physical and mental strength.

  3. Chakra

    Chakras, or the “Wheels of Life,” are energy centers of the body. We have seven main chakras, which relate to everything from our feelings of safety and security to our sexuality and creativity, inner drive, ability to give and receive unconditional love, speak our mind, follow our intuition, and connect with a force greater than ourselves. During this class, we practice specific yoga postures that are beneficial for the chakras in combination with positive affirmations, meditation, chanting, breathing exercises, and aromatherapy. It can be a very healing and fun practice!

  4. Classical Hatha

    This classic Hatha class is the practice of postures (Asanas), breathing exercises (Pranayama) and purification techniques (Kriyas), as well as a description of the different energies in the body. Classical Hatha Yoga is a powerful system to prepare the system for a “cosmic download” and explore our full potential.

  5. Core Yoga

    Yoga core classes takes you through poses which focuses on the core muscles. Learn how to engage your core and use it to seamlessly transit from one posture to the next. Expect lots of poses that focus specifically on your abdominal muscles, side body and back body, as well as the core stabilizers in and around the hips. This class is suitable for anyone who wants to build a strong core, or those looking for a more targeted practice.

  6. Hatha Flow

    Using the breath as their guide, yogis flow mindfully through postures that lead naturally from one to the next. Hatha Flow classes focus on correct physical alignment, movement, breathing, and mental focus.

  7. Hatha M

    Our Intermediate Hatha M (the most advanced class for Hatha) classes is ideal for those with good self-awareness and a solid yoga foundation. It offers interest, variety and an opportunity to continue your yoga journey by working a little more deeply. You can expect to progress your yoga, building on your foundation yoga knowledge by bedding-in sun salutes A and B and learning a broad range of poses and sequences. You’ll flow through some and hold others to increase fitness and stamina and use some of the more subtle elements of hatha yoga that also influence your body’s energetic system. In this class we alternate between pranayama and meditation techniques so that you have a really rounded yoga experience and enjoy the challenge and rewards that yoga has to offer.

  8. Hatha Satva

    Hatha Yoga is philosophically rooted in the tantric movement. It used the body as a tool for inner exploration. Hatha Satva is a specialized yoga class that can improve joint pains in the shortest time, strengthens the muscles around the joints, especially in the hip and thigh areas, minimizing the progression of joint pains.

  9. Pilates Foundation

    Both Pilates and Yoga aim to bring the mind’s focus inwards to achieve release in the body. Pilates focuses on achieving balance, buoyancy and strength through precise whole-body movements. It is a movement practice that develops fluidity and ease in the body.

  10. Power Yoga

    Power Yoga consists of a dynamic flow of asanas (postures) combined with powerful breathing exercises that works the body, breathing and mind. Through this cardiovascular and yoga workout, calories are burnt. In addition, it builds strength and endurance, resulting to a slimmer, stronger, toner and flexible body. Prior experience in Hatha Yoga (Beginners) is encouraged to fully benefit from this class.

  11. Stretch & Balance

    This class focuses on lengthening, breathing, and unwinding. Move toward a balance of feeling more grounded and simultaneously lightened up. Integrate your mind, body and breath in this safe, supportive environment. All levels are welcome.

  12. Stretch & Twist

    Let go of your day with this gentle hatha yoga class. This class will help you open your shoulders and hips, and the focus on twists is amazing for releasing tension in the spine.

  13. Sun Salutation

    Practice Sun Salutations (Surya Namaskar) any time of the day with this short but powerful class. Sun Salutations help you connect with the light within and around you and warm your entire body from the inside out. In this class, you will flow through several rounds of basic Sun Salutations, A & B, with slight variations. This simple and pure class will help you move stuck energy and connect with your highest intentions.

  14. Vinyasa

    Deriving from the Ashtanga tradition, Vinyasa Yoga is an active yoga class proven to improve strength, cardiovascular health, and flexibility. This class will be sure to get your heart rate up and make you sweat! This class is suitable for beginners who will like to challenge themselves!

  15. Yoga Balance

    Yoga Balance is a yoga-based class that will improve your mind, body and life. During the class, an inspired soundtrack plays as you bend and stretch through a series of simple yoga moves and embrace elements of Tai Chi and Pilates. Breathing control is a part of all the exercises, and instructors will always provide options for those just getting started. You’ll strengthen your entire body and leave the class feeling calm and centered.

  16. Yoga Slimming

    Known as a therapeutic way of practising yoga with the aim of slimming your overall body weight. Suitable for all levels, especially those who have health related illnesses such as stress, high blood pressure, back or neck pain, constipation, asthma.

  17. Yoga Stretch

    Yoga Stretch uses the concept of using yoga postures to fully stretch the body. In doing so, it helps to improve the flexibility of the body and stimulate the glands. Other benefits include muscle toning and loosening of the joints, which are ideal for those who are not flexible or have sports injuries. Fret not if you’re just a beginner, this class is suitable for all levels!

  18. Yoga Twist

    Twisting poses are a popular feature in most, if not all yoga classes, and it’s no wonder why! Twists help to restore our spine’s natural range of motion, clean and detoxify our organs, and stimulate circulation. This session is open to all levels of yoga practitioners, although those with spinal disc injuries, chronic digestive issues and who are pregnant might want to sit this one out.

  19. High Intensity Yoga Training (HIYT)

    In this 45-minute heart-pumping training, get ready for intense fat-burning Yoga workout that will target and tone your troubled zones (abs, arms, butt, thigh) with minimal recovery period. Suitable for all levels.

Deep

  1. Advanced Yoga

    This 120-minute class starts with breathing exercises, followed by sun salutations as well as standing, seated and inverted poses in a graceful sequence. A variety of challenging poses are weaved in, depending on the yoga practitioner’s abilities. Learn how to do advanced poses like scorpion and splits, plus drop backs into the wheel pose.

  2. Backbend 2

    A level up from our normal Backbend classes, Backbend 2 classes introduces difficult backbend transitions like kicking over from Viparita Dandasana (Inverted Staff Pose) or Urdhva Dandasana (Wheel) or transitioning from Ustrasana (Camel Pose) and Urdhva Dhanurasana (Wheel Pose). Prior experience with backbending is preferred and we recommend attending our normal Backbend classes for at least 6 months before moving on to try this class.

  3. Deep Yin Stretch

    In Deep Yin Stretch classes, you will target the connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Postures will be held for several minutes at a time. Practice several different pigeon variations, a reclining pose that will open the arches of your feet, and a cooling inversion.

  4. Deep Yoga Stretch

    This class is a deep stretch practice for the legs, back and hips. This session invites you on the mat to go deeper. This 60 min yoga practice is great for the lower back and the hips! Lean in, breathe deep, stretch it out and connect to something big.

  5. Hatha 2

    A level between our Hatha & Hatha M classes, Hatha 2 (also known as Hatha Intermediate), will enhance your further understanding of yoga. Hatha 2 helps yoga practitioners to build flexibility, establish good breathing habits and posture. You will also learn the intermediate level yoga postures of stretching and bending. This course is highly recommended for those who wish to pursue yoga to a higher level, and to attain further physical and mental benefits.

  6. Purna Yoga

    Purna Yoga is a transformation of our consciousness to the highest state available, and a harmonizing of our lives around that consciousness. The practice doesn’t simply open the body or calm the mind. It frees our latent capability and allows us to fulfill our highest potential. Purna Yoga teaches the mind, the body, and the emotions how to be at home with the spirit – It is the art of loving yourself by living from the heart. This class is specially taught by Real Yoga founder, Master Saumik!

Fun

  1. Aerial

    Expect to do yoga poses while suspended in mid-air. Props like stirrups and hammocks will be used. Because your limbs or entire body will be off the ground, conventional yoga poses are adapted accordingly. Gravity helps to deepen stretches, while the instability of suspension poses a greater challenge, so you get a more intense workout. You will feel like an acrobat during the class!

  2. Combat

    Step into a Combat workout and you’ll punch and kick your way to fitness. This high-energy martial-arts inspired workout is totally non-contact and there are no complex moves to master. Issey, our Combat instructor, will challenge you to up the intensity and motivate you to make the most of every round. You’ll release stress, have a blast and feel like a champ.

  3. Inversion

    Our 60-minute Inversion classes, builds your confidence and muscles to be inversion-ready. If you’ve always wanted to get inverted, we assure you’ll be in headstand or flying into arm balancing poses within 10 classes, or less!

  4. Kids Yoga

    Specially designed for children aged 6 to 11 years old, Kid’s Yoga helps to promote the physical and mental growth for children. Not only does it improve the general flexibility and sense of balance of the child, the yoga postures help to stimulate the organs and glands, which improves blood circulation, lung capacity and mental concentration.

  5. Partner Yoga

    Partner Yoga (also known as Acro Yoga) is a class meant for duos! This is a Hatha-based practice based on the idea of sharing a pose with a yoga buddy, giving and receiving assistance, deepening the asanas and enjoying company on the mat. Partner yoga is suitable for anyone who would like to go beyond the old limits in their practice, to experience new things and to have fun. No requirement for couples, anyone can practice with a friend or a yoga buddy.

  6. Stretch & Tone

    This is a creative and energetic class based on the principles of Vinyasa Flow. Vinyasa Flow Yoga links the postures practiced in a regular Yoga class into a sequence of movements that “flow” with the breath in a more vigorous series. Flow Yoga involves moving from one posture to another with very little rest in between. This will naturally build heat and work to strengthen the body and release tension. This class combines core work, vigorous flows and long holds, emphasizing the connection of breath to movement. Challenge your body and your mind as you build strength, flexibility, focus and endurance.

  7. Wall Yoga

    A wall yoga class is basically like any other yoga class, except it involves a wall, harnesses, and straps to help you discover new muscles and achieve deeper stretches during your practice. With specialized straps and a harness, inversions are supported and comfortable, while the wall provides extra support and space. Wall yoga provides unique benefits not found in many other versions of yoga. For instance, wall yoga can help you focus more on your body’s alignment, enhance the standing poses in your practice (think chair pose, eagle pose, triangle pose) and it can safely prepare you for inversions like headstand, shoulder-stand, and more.

  8. Yoga Wheel

    The yoga wheel is an effective and fun way to open the chest, shoulders, back, and hip-flexors. It also develops balance, strength, and flexibility. The yoga exercise wheel is used to help beginners and advanced yoga practitioners achieve back-bends and loosen tight muscles before yoga class.

  9. Zumba

    It alternates between faced paced and slower tempos, giving students some effective interval training that’s so much fun it barely feels like hard work. A typical Zumba class lasts from around 50 minutes to an hour and can burn more than 700 calories as it uses so many of your muscle groups. So, if you’re looking for a few ways to get fit, why not try out Zumba. Not only will it help you lose weight, it also reduces stress levels, leaving you feeling happy and energized for hours.

Classical

  1. Ashtanga

    Ashtanga yoga involves synching the breath with specific series of movements. Students who practice Ashtanga yoga often learn the sequence by heart and consider Ashtanga a moving meditation, helping to calm the body and mind.

  2. Ashtanga (Mysore style)

    Mysore self-practice is the traditional way of practicing ashtanga yoga and offers a highly personalized approach without the price tag attached to one-to-ones, and with all of the group energy of a conventional class. Here, you will be addressed by name, the teacher will know your practice inside out, and best of all, for me at least, this “class” is quiet – there’s very little talking and no new age music. Yoga practitioners can therefore spend a little longer working at their own pace on something they find challenging. In effect, you become your own teacher. If there is something you are unable to do, the teacher will give you an easier version.

  3. Ashtanga Led

    In an Ashtanga Led class, the teacher calls out the postures and vinyasas (counted movements linking the postures with the breath) of the Ashtanga Primary Series. The group moves and breathes together in sync. These are focused, highly energetic classes and recommended for experienced students. An Ashtanga Led class is effective in flushing away unconstructive self-practice habits such as a wandering mind, losing the connection with the breath, or fidgeting between postures, and provides an opportunity to refine your practice by following the ‘count’ as it is traditionally prescribed.

  4. Hatha B

    Yogis will perform an eclectic mix of floor, standing and balancing postures to develop strength, flexibility, and stamina. Hatha yoga is an accessible style that uses movement and breath to help balance the mind and body.

  5. Indian Traditional

    Using the traditional yoga concepts for standing, sitting and lying postures, Traditional Yoga is an energetic form of yoga. It encompasses poses from the Sun Salutation series, other asanas and pranayamas which provide a good cardio workout. Prior experience in Hatha Yoga (Beginners) is encouraged to fully benefit from this class.

  6. Pilates Matwork

    In this class, you will learn different beginner to intermediate Pilates matwork exercises. You will also learn about spinal problems, posture, core stability, muscle imbalances and muscle recruitment/activation.

  7. Yin & Yang

    This class is of a slower pace and more emphasis on correct postures and alignments. It is also a perfect blend of deep stretches, also known as Yin Poses and Yang poses which is more dynamic. Great for beginners!

  8. Yin Yoga

    This therapeutic practice involves long holds and deep stretching intended to maintain or improve functional mobility. Yin Yoga is a great balance to an active practice and makes a perfect addition to any mindfulness practice.

  1. Breathe, Stretch & Meditation

    This class encompasses all the elements of a Yoga stretch and Meditation class. Learn how to control your breathing through each asana (pose) and allow your thoughts to flow freely.

  2. Candle Light Meditation

    Candlelit Meditation provides a gentle way to end the week and begin the next. The instructor will guide students through restorative and relaxing postures while surrounded by the gentle flicker of candles. Be prepared to find zen in body, mind, and spirit to completely rejuvenate your entire being!

  3. Floating Meditation

    An instructor guides you into a comfy, almost coddling position in the hammock then leads your mind to a relaxed state. You’ll experience the calming benefits of induced meditation. Channel this as your happy place today when your boss hands you a new batch of work and your colleagues turn your “quick catch-up meeting” into a summit!

  4. Healing & Nidra Yoga

    Yoga Nidra is a secret weapon many yogis swear by and one hour of the meditation can be as effective as three hours of regular sleep. It is a technique that increases awareness of sensation in the muscular, connective and nerve tissues, by breathing into those areas and sending signals for relaxation. You relax physically yet stay mentally alert and in a place of great creativity. Yoga Nidra makes it possible to effect profound change in your body, mind, and life.

  5. Meditation

    Meditation is a practice that uses posture, breath, focal points, mudra (hand positions), and mantra (sound) to expand awareness, strengthen the nervous system, improve concentration and reduce stress. The class begins with tuning in, followed by a few Yoga postures to warm up, then a short meditation and a relaxation. Practitioners experience healing, changing old or unwanted habits, letting go of negative thoughts and memories, replacing reactivity with positive action, and shifting into neutral. No experience required.

  6. Pranayama

    Focuses on breathing techniques to help relax your mind & body. A great way to increase energy & relieve stress & tension. Suitable for all levels.

  1. Hot 26

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Hot 26 is the original hot Bikram Yoga method, which consists of a powerful 26 posture series practiced for 60min in a heated room. The 26-posture series is designed to warm the whole body, allowing students to work deeper into the muscles, tendons, joints, bones, glands, ligaments and organs while systematically moving fresh oxygenated blood to every part of the body. As a result, you will build strength, flexibility, balance and an unparalleled feeling of mental and physical well-being and relaxation.

  2. Hot ABT

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! This class targets the areas you most want to improve i.e. Abs, Butts & Thighs, using your own bodyweight as resistance and incorporating a high degree of floor work. In order to strengthen the abs, you will have to follow exercises related to both, the abdomen and the back. There are different types of crunches and other abdominal exercises that focus on the entire abdomen, from the upper to the lower sections. These exercises are ideal to strengthen your abdominal muscles. This class is suitable for beginners without yoga experience.

  3. Hot Backbend

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! This class aims to focus on your back and hips that will enable your body to work towards and experience all the asanas you’ve never really been able to get into. Backbends are thought of as poses that open our awareness to the outside world. While the front of the body is being stretched in backbends, our attention should continually be focused on the back torso. This class is suitable for beginners.

  4. Hot Backbend & Twist

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Try out this yummy combination of twists and backbends. The focus is from the space we create by twisting we will access a few backbends. It’s fun and it’s also suitable for beginners.

  5. Hot Balance

    Yoga Balance is a yoga-based class that will improve your mind, body and life. During the class, an inspired soundtrack plays as you bend and stretch through a series of simple yoga moves and embrace elements of Tai Chi and Pilates. Breathing control is a part of all the exercises, and instructors will always provide options for those just getting started. You’ll strengthen your entire body and leave the class feeling calm and centered.

  6. Hot Body Opening

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! These body-opening yoga poses can release the stress and tension you keep bound up in your chest. They are the perfect go-to moves after a long day at the office or when you have something on your mind that you can’t stop worrying about. Add them into a Vinyasa flow or do a pose on its own. You’ll feel the pose’s benefits no matter what. This class is suitable for beginners.

  7. Hot Classic

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! This classic Hatha class is the practice of postures (Asanas), breathing exercises (Pranayama) and purification techniques (Kriyas), as well as a description of the different energies in the body. Classical Hatha Yoga is a powerful system to prepare the system for a “cosmic download” and explore our full potential.

  8. Hot Core

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Yoga core classes takes you through poses which focuses on the core muscles. Learn how to engage your core and use it to seamlessly transit from one posture to the next. Expect lots of poses that focus specifically on your abdominal muscles, side body and back body, as well as the core stabilizers in and around the hips. This class is suitable for anyone who wants to build a strong core, or those looking for a more targeted practice.

  9. Hot Core & Strength

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Build strength through the belly, side waist, glutes and back with core strengtheners for those of us who don’t have all day to hit the gym.

  10. Hot Hatha Flow

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Using the breath as their guide, yogis flow mindfully through postures that lead naturally from one to the next. Hatha Flow classes focus on correct physical alignment, movement, breathing, and mental focus.

  11. Hot Gentle

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Gentle yoga classes are going to be accepting of beginners. They may include meditation. They are intended to be calming and to reduce stress. If you have been intimidated by more athletic yoga styles or are looking for a way to unwind, you may want to explore gentle yoga. You are not required to use a lot of physical strength for these classes!

  12. Hot Power

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Power Yoga consists of a dynamic flow of asanas (postures) combined with powerful breathing exercises that works the body, breathing and mind. Through this cardiovascular and yoga workout, calories are burnt. In addition, it builds strength and endurance, resulting to a slimmer, stronger, toner and flexible body. Prior experience in Hatha Yoga (Beginners) is encouraged to fully benefit from this class.

  13. Hot Satva

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Hatha Yoga is philosophically rooted in the tantric movement. It used the body as a tool for inner exploration. Hatha Satva is a specialized yoga class that can improve joint pains in the shortest time, strengthens the muscles around the joints, especially in the hip and thigh areas, minimizing the progression of joint pains.

  14. Hot Slimming

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Known as a therapeutic way of practising yoga with the aim of slimming your overall body weight. Suitable for all levels, especially those who have health related illnesses such as stress, high blood pressure, back or neck pain, constipation, asthma.

  15. Hot Slimming & Tone

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Need to whip up in shape to fit into your wedding dress? Check out our Hot Slimming & Tone classes to Strength train your body to make new muscles grow faster! This class improves overall appearance to give you a toned look after burning fat, giving an alluring glow to your skin and increasing strength and stamina levels.

  16. Hot Stretch

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Yoga Stretch uses the concept of using yoga postures to fully stretch the body. In doing so, it helps to improve the flexibility of the body and stimulate the glands. Other benefits include muscle toning and loosening of the joints, which are ideal for those who are not flexible or have sports injuries. Fret not if you’re just a beginner, this class is suitable for all levels!

  17. Hot Stretch & Balance

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! This class focuses on lengthening, breathing, and unwinding. Move toward a balance of feeling more grounded and simultaneously lightened up. Integrate your mind, body and breath in this safe, supportive environment. All levels are welcome.

  18. Hot Stretch & Tone

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! This is a creative and energetic class based on the principles of Vinyasa Flow. Vinyasa Flow Yoga links the postures practiced in a regular Yoga class into a sequence of movements that “flow” with the breath in a more vigorous series. Flow Yoga involves moving from one posture to another with very little rest in between. This will naturally build heat and work to strengthen the body and release tension. This class combines core work, vigorous flows and long holds, emphasizing the connection of breath to movement. Challenge your body and your mind as you build strength, flexibility, focus and endurance.

  19. Hot Stretch & Twist

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Let go of your day with this gentle hatha yoga class. This class will help you open your shoulders and hips, and the focus on twists is amazing for releasing tension in the spine.

  20. Hot Therapy

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Yoga Therapy is designed for yoga practitioners to enjoy and experience the benefits of Yoga. In this class, you will be taught proper breathing, postures and poses to improve blood circulation. Additionally, learn how to use them to relieve common ailments and physical discomfort like stiff neck, stiff shoulders, arthritis, backache, constipation, wind in stomach, indigestion, etc. This class is suitable for beginners.

  21. Hot Twist

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Twisting poses are a popular feature in most, if not all yoga classes, and it’s no wonder why! Twists help to restore our spine’s natural range of motion, clean and detoxify our organs, and stimulate circulation. This session is open to all levels of yoga practitioners, although those with spinal disc injuries, chronic digestive issues and who are pregnant might want to sit this one out.

  22. Hot Vinyasa

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Deriving from the Ashtanga tradition, Vinyasa Yoga is an active yoga class proven to improve strength, cardiovascular health, and flexibility. This class will be sure to get your heart rate up and make you sweat! This class is suitable for beginners who will like to challenge themselves!

  23. Hot Yin Yoga

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! This therapeutic practice involves long holds and deep stretching intended to maintain or improve functional mobility. Yin Yoga is a great balance to an active practice and makes a perfect addition to any mindfulness practice.

  24. Hot Yoga

    Sweat it out in our 42°C Hot studio! Yogis will perform an eclectic mix of floor, standing and balancing postures to develop strength, flexibility, and stamina. Hatha yoga is an accessible style that uses movement and breath to help balance the mind and body.