Group Yoga Sessions are a great way to strengthen interpersonal bonds and provide an excellent space to escape City life to spend happy, healthy and quality time together.
Whether groups of families, friends, work colleagues or peers, group yoga can
enable greater communication and coordination in a relaxing and
Some benefits of group yoga include: sharing positive experiences, supporting each other in balancing and partner poses, laughter and smiles, relaxation, developing relationships
in a supported and positivity environment.
Hatha Yoga is a gentle class focusing on traditional poses & breathing techniques. A variety of modifications can be offered to encourage participation of everyone & adjust to all levels.
There are a variety of series within the sitting, standing & inverted postures. Sessions
can be themed according to Moon Cycles, Specific Asanas (Yoga pose) Focus,
Physical Expression & Movement, Emotions & Feelings, Yoga Master Series.
You have to “be in the now” for SUP Yoga! You will develop a greater sense of mindfulness, paying attention to every breath & body movement; key to keeping balance. A series of simple
yoga poses are all you need to develop body awareness; taking them on the board
just enhances that extra level of Mindfulness.
Bringing your practice back to the basics of warrior on a SUP board will add a different level of awareness to the practice. Yoga poses on a SUP give a greater challenge to the
quadriceps, shoulders, arms, and knees – especially the core area.
A chance to experience the beauty of the outdoors. Everyone could use a change of scenery every now and then, and what better way to get that than in combination with your love of yoga?
“Be calmly active and actively calm. Be intensely aware of everything you are doing.” Yogananda
Strengthen the family bond and learn from each other through Family Yoga sessions. No electronics or any other duties taking place throughout class...it’s just you and your children. You might be surprised, but that does not happen often in the 21st century. Family yoga is very special; it provides an
outlet for both parents and children to observe and learn from each other, and a
great way to bridge the age difference between them.
There are many poses children can do and parents can’t; some activities that children can do better than the parents. This humanizes the parent and eases the pressure that their children’s
expectations can create. In addition to all of the other great benefits of yoga, all of
these gestures help build a stronger connection in the parent/child relationship.
The most common response we hear from parents after a few Family Yoga classes is that things are different at home now, and EVERYTHING is more playful and fun!