Ultimately, there's only one type of yoga and it can be done fast or slow, flowing movements or steady asanas, it can focus on physical aspect or breathe-work ... the list goes on. Whatever discipline is your preference, you will find a class that suits you in the list below. My teaching style is inspired by Hatha, Kundalini, Vinyasa as well as Yin which roots from Taoist practice of yoga.
I believe that yoga ensues from within, the self-awareness is the bridge between this physical body and the higher-self. When we learn to 'feel' ourselves into asanas, all questions diffuse, the feelings and sensations permit us to cross that bridge and say hello to the Eternal. In other words, Yoga is the art of listening to your body, letting go of what is asking to be released and unblocking the energy channels.
Our practice enhances when we realise that the mind-body intelligence is our only true teacher. I am inspired by and learn from my students every day. I hope you will join me in this beautiful shiva-shakti dance.
Build up a sweat while having fun. Hip openers, back bends, twists and dynamic breathing.
Strong practice, focus on strength with emphasis on technique that will help you refine your form.
Gentle Flow Yoga
Gentle, expect to build-up 'some' inner heat and work up a glow.
My own creation. Combination of Yoga and Pilates. We work on core strength, flexibilty and functional mobility.
Dynamic, expect to build-up inner heat and work up a glow, ready to face the day ahead.
HATHA WITH PROPS
Dive deeper into traditional Hatha. Use props (blocks, bands, chair) to explore and untangle the body.
Very popular class!! No one can deny the importance of spinal health. You will practice poses designed for strengthening and mobilising the spine.
You will relax into restorative poses and hold each asana for upto 5mins. Bring blanket and cushions.
Restore balance and retreat within. We begin with a gentle stretches and finish with visualised relaxation.
New to Yoga?
I will give you the tools that will help you develop your own practice safely, while having fun :-)