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Ashtanga Yoga is a system of Yoga containing lists of many different groupings of asana, vinyasa, dristhi, bandhas, mudras, and philosophy.

In this one hour Ashtanga Class we will be exploring the Primary Series, learning how to use all the elements of the practice and finding the result of being steady in one place.

To perform asana correctly in the Ashtanga Method, one must incorporate the use of Vinyasa and Tristhana:

Vinyasa means breathing and movement system “for each movement there is one breath”. The purpose of vinyasa is for internal cleansing. Making the body to be healthy, light and strong.

Tristhana refers to the union of “three places of attention or action: posture, breathing and looking place”. These three are very important for the yoga practice and they are always performed in conjunction with each other.

This dynamic practice is always compound of the warm up Surya Namaskar, followed by fundamental standing poses, seated, backbends and inversions. 

The class is instructed with full detailed descriptions of each movement including the vinyasa count, the name of the pose and the gazing point. Making the practice suitable for all.


Vinyasa is a practice of physical and spiritual development related to the father of Modern Yoga, Shri Tirumalai Krishnamacharya.

The Sanskrit Term “Vinyasa” is compound of “Nyasa” To Place and “Vi” In A Special Way.

It’s a systematic method also considered a “Moving Meditation”, and it is about harmony and balance, grace and fluidity. By integrating the functions of the mind, body and breath in the same time frame, the practitioner would experience the real joy of yoga.

Each posture (Asana) is practice and connected to the next one by a succession of specific transitional movements, synchronised with the breath. The mind closely follow the slow and smooth deliberated Ujjayi Yogic Breath, and the yoking of body and mind takes place.

How we enter, exit or stay in a posture, it reflects the way we do things in life. Through watching ourselves moving, the wisdom is revealed. “How” we move takes on a greater importance than “What” we are doing.

In Vinyasa we move together to support one another.  This reflection reminds us, we are all in this together.

In Yin Yoga, poses are held for a longer period of time while the muscles are relaxed. By this, we apply healthy stress to the connective tissue of our body – the fasciae, tendons and ligaments – increasing the health of our joints and improving mobility. Yin Yoga also hydrates the body and stimulates metabolism. It relieves tension and penetrates into the deepest layers of our body, helping our bones, tendons and ligaments to regenerate. 

On an emotional, mental and energetic level, Yin Yoga removes blockages and stimulates the flow of Prana/Qi, which brings us into our natural state of balance and inner peace.

Our Yin Yoga classes are infused by the wisdom of yoga philosophy and also incorporate principles of traditional Chinese medicine – providing you with a wide range of insights and giving you the inspiration to explore yourself.

To practice Yin Yoga safely, we follow three basic principles: Recognizing our own appropriate edge; resting in stillness and relaxing the muscles; holding each shape for a period of time.

As with everything in life, the balance between yin and yang, between activity and rest is important in order to lead a healthy and happy life. Feel welcome to create your own schedule of a balanced practice with us. 

We want to dedicate this class to open up a space for all those practicioners that wants to develop a deeper understanding of the asana yoga practice. Even if you are a beginner in this path or an experienced practitioner or a teacher, this might be a place for you to resolve your questions and doubts. 

If you want to achive a certain Asana/Pose we can help you to build up an entire class in order to reach your goal progressively, focused completely in you and what you need. Or if you are already teaching yoga and you want to build up or check out your sequences we are here to help you and guide you through the process of becoming a better teacher.

Or if you just simple need some advices we are just here waiting for you with open arms. One to One mentoring class brings us the opportunity to connect directly, a space to listen up, to create and transform.

Visit our store to choose your option and book your class on my calendar.

If you need more information, please contact us.

The conscious control or regulation of one’s breath for purifying the body and cleansing the mind. 

Pranayama enhances one’s ability to focus, meditate, and concentrate.

As the vital force of energy (prana) required for one’s existence,
the very purpose of Pranayama is attaining a pristine mind.

– Patanjali Yogasutra, I.34

Pranayama practices are normally include in each of the above classes, if you have more interest on deepen your learning or understanding of it, you can make a request or book a mentoring class on the one to one section !!