Yoga Classes

The word ‘hatha’ derives from the Sanskrit root ‘ha’, meaning ‘sun’, and ‘tha’ meaning ‘moon’. In Hatha yoga we practice the traditional Asana (physical postures) and Pranayama (breathing techniques), along with relaxation and meditation.

More specifically, Hatha yoga refers to the female energy and male energy, the cold and hot, negative and positive energy, and the interaction of these two forces throughout the universe, and indeed within ourselves. Regular practice of yoga helps to unify our own subtle forces, the sun and moon within, bringing harmony, balance, health and peace.

Proper yoga breathing is the core concept and important aspect of a Hatha Yoga practice. Mindful yoga breathing helps the yoga practitioner to increase oxygen intake, decrease carbon dioxide levels, and experience the relaxation response. In this state, the yoga student experiences increased focus, flexibility and peace of mind harmony, balance, health and peace.

For the ancient yogis, the purpose of Hatha Yoga is to prepare the body for prolonged sitting and meditation so that the yoga practitioner can reach enlightenment, super consciousness. However, in modern world the goal of Hatha Yoga is simply to increase strength, flexibility, balance and coordinating, while decreasing stress.

Yoga is extremely beneficial to prepare you for birth. The relaxation-inducing practice has been shown to lower stress levels ,fight depression and reduce inflammation among other health benefits. Using gentle, targeted exercises that can be practiced during the first, second and third trimester, Pregnancy  yoga classes generally focus on poses that strengthen and increase the flexibility of the muscles used during childbirth, while also increasing stamina.

It’s a great way to keep your muscles strong. To keep yourself stable especially with the exercises of lifting the pelvic floor and maintaining the tone in the perineum area which prepares you to give birth.

Every woman already has the instinctive knowledge within to give birth to her baby. Pregnancy Yoga is all  about reconnecting with this innate wisdom for an empowered birth experience.

Includes  strengthening  energizing and relaxing poses with breath and pelvic floor awareness   and focuses on back and pelvic alignment it is very informative and easy to understand for new mothers there are  so many practices for babies as well.

Mother &Baby yoga classes are a fun way for both baby and parent to interact. therefore, can be very beneficial for new mothers .

Baby yoga benefits both mother and child, with exercises designed to help the mother become more flexible and better balanced, while helping the baby digest  food easier and sleep better. The classes also help new moms bond better with their babies, feel more confident as a mother and even make new friends.

The idea is to prepare women for more intense yoga classes once their children are a bit older – and to help the baby not only sleep and eat better, but to feel better overall. Holding your child as you perform the yoga exercises will help the time go by.

Yoga is ideal for new mothers because it isn’t as strenuous as any other form of cardio or strength training, but it is effective with healthy eating and rest (if possible). Not only yoga helps trim the figure, but it is also a way to strengthen abdominal and pelvic muscles that may have been weakened during childbirth. For mothers of newborns, taking care of the baby is a priority. As a result, moms often neglect their own needs. But a popular yoga  class of offering the opportunity for both.

Postnatal yoga is a chance for busy moms to relax, de-stress and connect more with their babies.

Benefits of postnatal yoga

Internal organs are rearranged.

Abdominals, and lower back are strengthened and muscles are lengthened.

Increase power, strength, flexibility and energy.

Improve muscle tone and shape around the hips and stomach.

Re-align the lower back.

Reduce body fat.

Refresh and calm the mind and relieve stress and tension.

Suitable For: After six weeks of normal delivery or 12 weeks after a caesarean section. Please do bring your baby to the class.

Yog-Nidra is an ancient method, which can unlock new capacities of mind. Stress, frustrations, insomnia, and psychosomatic diseases which have become a part of modern man’s life, are being caused by our unstable mind. Yog-Nidra gives an opportunity to understand the mind.

Yog-Nidra means sleeping consciously, sleep with a trace of awareness.

It is a kind of deep sleep in which you don’t loose consciousness., The practice of Yog-Nidra not only relaxes but restructures and reforms whole personality from within. It is a state of mind in-between wakefulness and dream. At this moment, your intellectual mind is operating but when you relax, the sub-conscious and unconscious levels of mind open up. With the  practice of Yog-Nidra, the nature of mind can be changed, diseases can be cured and creative genius can be restored. The sub-conscious mind and the unconscious mind are the most powerful forces in the human being. Sub-conscious mind is a very obedient disciple and it immediately carries out the orders that you put to it.