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|Bollywood is the informal name given to the popular Mumbai-based Hindi language film industry in India. It is at the root of every great Indian cinematic production. Over the years, the scale and diversity of these films have increased unanimously. Today, Bollywood films are not only adored in India, but they are renowned and sought after all over the world. |
Bollywood dance is a vibrant and entertaining dance that focuses on technique, fitness and flexibility. It embraces various dance styles from Indian classical to Indian folk and even draws on Western genres.
|Bollywood is India's coolest, funkiest, most popular genre of music, derived mostly from the flamboyant Indian films – while Fusion is the free style of choreography for these fun-filled songs. And so, Bollywood Fusion is born! It's Fusion because the dance has elements of both Indian and Western moves. Level 1 is for all, even absolute beginners. Level 2 is more challenging, so it's recommended for those who have attended at least 10 classes of Level 1.|
|A hatha based asana/ pranayama practice, combined with Mind Sounds Resonance technique, to stimulate, balance, and detox the bodies’ subtle energy channels (nadis/ chakras). The goal of this practice is to have a positive effect on the practitioners internal organs, endocrine, and nervous systems, promoting overall health and wellbeing.|
This class is suitable for all levels of practitioners.
|A traditional hatha practice with the soul focus of raising the Kundalini Shakti (universal energy) from the base of the spine, up through the Chakras (energy centers) along the central energetic channel (Sasumna Nadi). This class utilizes Mantra (chanting), Yantra (Visualization), Pranayama (breath techniques) Asana (physical postures) and meditation to faciltate the Kundalini awakening of the individual. It is a deeper and more subtle form of yoga and should be practiced by mature practisioners with prior yogic experience.|
|Dynamic fluid movement linking yoga postures with an emphasis on stimulating the digestive system - this class is practised in a heated room and is suitable for all levels.|
|This mixed-level class is open to any level of practitioner. Directions are given to each student according to his or her capacity, with personal corrections offered when needed. Students are recommended to practice at their own pace, slowly working with variations independently within the flow of the Shiva Namaskar Vinyasa. Beginner to advanced.|
|An introduction to the fundamentals of yoga with explanation of theory, postural alignments, and proper breathing techniques. Class is conducted in a relaxed environment where students are encouraged to ask questions during the class. Suitable for all; ideal for beginners.|
|A gentle, flowing practice. Slow, restorative and breath-based. Prior yoga experience recommended. |
|A mixed level Hatha practice. The Mixed-Level class is for any student who has prior yoga experience.
|The in-class temperature may be as high as 41ºC. In this hot and steamy environment, students perform a set sequence of static poses designed to strengthen & stretch the body, providing deep healing from the inside out. Ideal for beginners.|
|Hot Hatha 1|
|A standard Hatha class taught in a heated room. Excellent conditioning for the body, breath, and mind. Ideal for beginners.|
|Hot Hatha Mixed|
|A mixed level Hot Hatha practice. The Mixed-Level class is for any student who has prior yoga experience.|
|Hot Vinyasa Mixed|
|A mixed level Hot Vinyasa practice. The Mixed-Level class is for any student who has prior yoga experience.|
|One-hour class with Semi-Classical choreography that is graceful, animated and artistic. This type of dance involves lots of hand gestures, eye and neck movements, which helps to improve co-ordination.|
|Off The Wall|
|Asanas are practised next to the wall with props such as blocks, a rope and a pillow. By using the wall as resistance, we can learn how to use our muscular energy correctly and adjust our posture alignment accordingly. This class is great for anyone who wants to improve their flexibility and strength with good alignment. All levels.|
|A powerful and energising class that incorporate Sun Salutations and challenging poses to elevate the heart rate and create strength in the body. Knowledge of basic postures and some experience in yoga is recommended|
|A mixed level Vinyasa class with more of an emphasis on strengthening. Yoga experience and knowledge of basic postures is recommended.|
|Pranayama and Meditation|
|This special class introduces students to the deeper practices of pranayama (breath control) and meditation. Open to all yogis - all levels.|
|This class is designed to meet the needs of pregnancy and new beginnings of motherhood. Come strengthen and relax your body, ease your mind and connect with your baby in a safe and supportive environment. Feel inspired and nourished in a community of women sharing the experience of pregnancy and birth.|
|A mixed level asana practice, followed by pranayama breathing exercises & meditation - a full yogic practice. |
|Relaxation Yoga soothes the body and mind through a slow, gentle sequence of postures followed by Yogic breathing practice. This practice focuses less on stretching/alignment and concentrates more on guided relaxation. |
|A deeply relaxing practice using yoga props such as belts, blocks, blankets, bolsters and chairs. Students can achieve the form of the yoga pose without exerting much muscular strength, which helps to soothe the nervous system. Ideal for alleviating the strains of a busy and stressful lifestyle.
|Roots of Yoga|
|Roots of Yoga is a monthly workshop aimed to build a solid foundation of practice, and expand the scope of yoga.
These workshops cover a mix of topics, sometimes going deeper into specific areas of yoga or introducing new yogic concepts that are outside of the regular schedule.
Open to all yogis - all levels.
|(Sanskrit definition: sat = true, sanga = company) Satsang follows in the Jnana Yoga tradition, the yoga of knowledge. Satsang is a gathering of like minds, students & teachers, coming together to discuss all things Yoga. The gathering consists of listening to, talking about, and assimilating the depths of Yoga in all its many forms - including everything from ancient texts to the latest developments in quantum physics. During a satsang, participants are encouraged to ask questions, share their experiences, and delve into how yoga impacts life in the modern world. Satsangs may contain elements like lectures, films, meditations, pranayamas, and chants. It's a great opportunity to join and build the yoga community. All welcome!|
|An invigorating vinyasa practice, moving through the traditional Sun Salutation series to awaken the body & mind. |
|A mixed level, full yogic practice for Universal Yoga. Combining static/dynamic asana practice for strength & stretch conditioning, mudras & pranayama for focus & energy control, full multi-directional sequencing for coordination and reaction training, as well as yantra visualization and japa mantra meditation for improved concentration. The Mixed-Level class is for any student who has prior yoga experience.|
|Vinyasa translates as flow with breath. There are several traditions that loosely fit into the vinyasa category. Postures are linked in a flow and provide some aerobic components while improving strength and coordination. Yoga experience and knowledge of basic postures is recommended.|
|A mixed level Vinyasa practice. The Mixed-Level class is for any student who has prior yoga experience.|
|Exploring the body's subtle energies with long, deep stretching that focuses on the connective tissues of the body, and cultivates a peaceful and meditative mind.|
Ideal for all levels.
|This class blends the elements of yin & hatha yoga. The class begins with basic asana to promote circulation (prana/energy), then shifts to deep, long, holding poses to affect the connective tissues of the body, and cultivate a peaceful and meditative mind. Ideal for all levels.|
|A class that emphasises relaxation using breath work and poses, helping to heal the injured and the tired body. Ideal for practitioners returning after an injury. |