Yoga Class Schedule ૐ
September + October 2018:
- All classes are open-level, meaning everyone from beginners to advanced practitioners are welcome
- No booking is required! Please just arrive 10-15 minutes before class
- All equipment is provided
- Wear clothing you are comfortable moving in (no bikinis please), and bring some water or a refillable bottle
- Private classes are also available. Please contact us for more information.
Class Rates ૐ
- Single drop-in class: 300B
- Ocean Sound Diver drop-in class: 250B
- 10-class pass: 2500B (valid for 6 months, can be shared between two people)
- Weekly unlimited pass: 1000B (starts any day, valid for 7 consecutive days, cannot be shared or transferred)
- 30-Day unlimited pass: 3000B (starts any day, valid for 30 consecutive days, cannot be shared or transferred)
Class Descriptions ~ All classes are multi-level! ૐ
Vinyasa: Vinyasa classes are suitable for everyone, from beginners to advanced yogis! This class is dynamic and energetic, with an emphasis on following the breath as we flow from one pose to the next. Many options are given to suit every individual, including arm balances, inversions, and other advanced poses for those who want a challenge. Everyone is empowered to modify the practice to suit their individual needs and desires, and the atmosphere is encouraging and supportive. Proper alignment is taught to keep everyone safe, and participants are always invited to request poses, or ask for help at any time.
Hatha Flow: This class is a hybrid of the vinyasa and hatha styles of yoga. Incorporating basic poses with creative sequencing and a more energetic pace, students are introduced to the dynamic movements of vinyasa classes, while sticking to the more basic poses offered in hatha classes. Options will be given to accommodate those wanting a more vigorous class, as well as options for those who prefer to keep things mellow. Everyone is welcome to join in these classes!
Hatha: Hatha yoga classes are basic yoga sessions incorporating various poses in a gentle, beginner-friendly way. You can expect a slower-paced practice that gives students the opportunity to learn poses correctly for their unique bodies. Hatha yoga is a great place to learn; however, intermediate and advanced practitioners can also refine and deepen their practices. Pranayama (breathing techniques) and seated meditation are often incorporated. Since Hatha can mean a lot of different things, classes vary depending on the teacher, students’ energy levels and desires, and whatever the universe has planned!
Yin: Chill, and be still. Yin yoga is a cooling practice that accesses our deeper, connective, tissues - tendons, ligaments, bones, and joints. Health and vitality are restored into these tissues as students hold simple poses on the ground for long durations of time. Physically, yin is an excellent practice for building flexibility, and is a great balance for more dynamic yoga such as vinyasa, or for other energetic activities. Yin yoga is even better for our minds than it is for our bodies; this still, meditative practice helps develop a deep sense of calm and relieves stress. It also teaches us to soften into tension, relaxing both body and mind. Our yin classes incorporate traditional yin postures as well as pranayama (breathing exercises), seated mediation, and myofascial release (self-massage techniques).
Restorative: Restorative yoga is the most mellow of the styles of yoga offered. It is a very relaxing, gentle practice that gives yogis a chance to consciously bring energy back into the body, by activating the parasympathetic nervous system - the branch of the nervous system responsible for our "rest and digest" activities. In these sessions we use props to support our bodies in soothing backbends, gentle twists, and relaxing forward folds to release any built-up tension or stress. Restorative yoga is a lovely way to unwind after busy days spent diving, traveling, or working, and is another great option to maintain balance for those with a dynamic yoga practice, or general lifestyle. It is also ideal for those working to rehabilitate after an injury or illness, and those new to yoga.