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Yoga Classes

We offer a wide range of yoga classes such as HathaYoga , stretching Yoga, Ashtanga, Yoga Therapy, Asana & Pranayama, yoga for losing weight, Candle Light Yin, Mindfulness Yoga, Vinyasa, Yoga for the core, De-Stress Yoga, Pre-natal, Post-natal, Mom & Baby Yoga and Kids Yoga.

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    Descriptions of Yoga Classes.

    Yoga can be as much as one can take. There is no harm in learning more and more in yoga. The more you devote to learn yoga the more is your level of happiness.

    Yoga classes are carefully led by our Indian yoga masters who lead beginners to advanced levels, meditation, pranayama are customized for every individual to attain his or her own physical pursuit.

    Physical tone-up, strong and flexible body is targeted. Yoga is an auto-regulating system in which human beings can adapt it to keep fit at a physical, mental and spiritual level. Those who practice yogasana will get “A Vajra Body” (Steel body).

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    Hatha Basics ( Beginers level)

    This class is a foundation class for those who are new to yoga and those who are at a beginners’ level. This builds awareness, strength and develops skills and mental focus. Anyone can take this class there will be comfortable modifications for each individual.

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    Hatha Intermediate:

    This course is for those who already have an experience of body awareness, flexibility, limitations, yoga postures and its performances with balance.

    The knowledge of modifying the postures accordingly to their comfort will be instructed. Included are: spine flexibility , hand strength, various hand balances which require more strength, head stands, arm balance, concentration for a longer durations are learned step by step.

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    Dynamic stretch.

    This course is for those who already have an experience of body awareness, flexibility, limitations, yoga postures and its performances with balance.

    The knowledge of modifying the postures accordingly to their comfort will be instructed. Included are: spine flexibility , hand strength, various hand balances which require more strength, head stands, arm balance, concentration for a longer durations are learned step by step.

Advance Yogasana's Training Level 1

Advance training is given to students whose show flexibility without strain. This comprises of padmasana group of asanas:

  • Yoga mudrasana
  • Padma matsyasana
  • Gupta Padmasana
  • Baddha Padmasana
  • Lolasana
  • Kukutasana
  • Gharbhapindasana
  • Poorna Bhujangasana
  • Ardha Poorna shalabhasana
  • Poorna shalabhasana
  • Poorna Dhanurasana. 
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Advance asanas Level 2

In thee second level of advanced yogasanas we include the advanced forward spinal bend, backward spinal bend, advance spinal twists and a few more balancing postures according to the level of flexibility and nature of the students' body type.

Advanced asanas Level 3

The students will be taught the headstand sequences, mayurasana series, advanced pincha mayurasana, advanced twist postures and an advanced Natarajan series. All the postures covered in this level are only taught to the students who can perform the level 2 without strain or any difficulties.

  • Prenatal Yoga

    Child birth needs mental, physical and spiritual preparation by the mother. Our yoga session yoga postures are designed for individual mothers according to her level of physical strength and the postures are designed according to the different trimesters. Dharana practices and visualising practices are performed for mental preparedness during child birth. Calmness, concentration and positive feelings are trained mentally through dharana techniques. Numerous benefits from our special techniques.

  • Postal Natal yoga

    New Mothers can start yoga after a week or two depending on her health. It is not advisable to start yoga too soon after child birth. The balance of hormones and vital energy should settle well before starting yoga.

  • Yoga for Kids

    We hold classes for children from 7-14 years old. We cater our classes according to age group and ensuree safety for children. Our classes are designed for physical, mental and spiritual growth of the children. Our classes impacts physical strength, balance, equal physical growth, postural corrections, addressing the weak muscles. Our yoga teachings are not just instruction of yoga postures; we are molding an individual strong child physically, mentally and spiritually.

  • Elderly Yoga Level 1

    Through gentle yoga postures Elderly yoga aims at strengthening the nervous system, controlling diabetes, reduce and maintain blood pressure, relieving the stress, anxiety, fear of falling, and creates good sleep etc.

  • SMET

    Self-Management for Excessive Tension. Self-management for stress is based on the ancient yogic knowledge of Mandukka Upanishads. This program has 45 minutes of physical and mental practices along with breathing awareness.

  • PET

    PET is the acronym for PRANIC ENERGISATION TECHNIQUE. We can use our prana to energies the entire body. Each and every organ can be energized by the process of revitalization through pranic exercise. Good for corporates and those suffering from psychosomatic ailments.

  • Om Meditation

    Meditating on the Om symbol has been scientifically proven to have amazing psychic benefits and ultimately leading to cure mental stress.

  • Mantra Healing

    Chanting mantras have been proved to overcome chronic diseases and obstacles in life. Mantras can influence the negative energy and promote positive physical and mental energy.

Yoga Etiquette

  • Arrive ahead of time.
  • Minimize Conversation.
  • Notify Teacher of any injury
  • Turn of Electronics
  • No chewing of gums.
  • Respect the teacher
  • Minimize the use of perfumes
  • Plan to stay to the end of the class.
  • Clean your space.
  • Exit equity.

Important General points for Yoga Practitioners

  1. Co-ordinate breath with asana practice
  2. Awareness is essential in order to receive optimum benefits from the practices.
  3. Shavasana may be performed at any point during asana practice
  4. A sequence of asana can be followed by pranayama and shavasana for optimal benefits
  5. Counterposes are recommended for certain Asana.
  6. Asanas may be practiced at any time of day except after large meals.
  7. Place of practice should be well-ventilated, calm and quite.
  8. Clothing should be either tight or loose but should be non-restrictive for full stretches.
  9. Try to take a cold shower before practice
  10. Inverted asana should be started under the direct guidance of yoga master.
  11. No straining for any yoga postures.
  12. Asanas may be practiced by people of all age groups, male and female.
  13. Asanas should not be practiced in the sunlight or in closed or hot rooms.