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Hatha Yoga:

Hatha means the yoga to bring balance between the sun and the moon in you, or the Pingala and Ida in You. Hatha yoga is often compared to the Vinyasa classes as they share similar asanas and pair them with specific breathing techniques. Hatha Yoga is a general term for any type of Yoga that teaches Physical Poses. It combines all the other types of modern Yoga and is a basic and classical approach to posture and breathing routines. It lengthens the muscles and refreshes the mind. The class is generally encouraged to move at a slower pace to ensure the proper execution of each pose.

(What to expect in Hatha Yoga)

  • Breathing work
  • Meditation exercises
  • Yoga poses like Twistingmovements, bending or folding
  • Sun Salutation

Iyengar Yoga:

Iyengar yoga is a form of yoga that focuses on proper alignment and precise technique through slower movements and emphasis on quality over quantity. It combines asanas (poses), and pranayama (breath) to build strength, stamina, and flexibility. It enhances our ability to deepen our stretch through its specific technique by ensuring that our stability is first. It will help you to achieve mental, physical, and spiritual stability and strength. Iyengar yoga is a unique blend of both meditation and movement.

(What to expect in Iyengar Yoga)

  • Challenging Poses
  • Breathing exercises
  • Poses held for long durations
  • Very technical in poses for alignment and stability
  • Encouragement to achieve strength and balanceRestorative Yoga:Restorative yoga is a style of yoga that encourages physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. As the name suggests this form of yoga helps encourage healing and support for the body. It is a restful practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. This is a relaxing method of yoga. A person spends a restorative yoga class in four or five simple poses that will calm and reset your entire body and mind to prepare you for deep relaxation. These poses will help its students activate the parasympathetic nervous system and by activation that help the PNS ‘ rest and digest.

    (What to expect in Restorative Yoga)

    • Slow movements
    • Lowering Blood pressure
    • Releasing tension
    • Increased feeling of awareness and relaxation
    • Calm and controlled movements

    Yin Yoga:

    Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga that turn inwardly and targets the deepest tissues of the body, our connective tissues, ligaments, joints, and bones. It`s slower and more meditative, giving you space to turn inward and tune into both the mind and physical sensations of your body. You can expect this type of yoga to hold poses for a longer period of time which helps you strengthen and lengthen muscles and tissues.

    (What to expect in Yin Yoga)

    • Focused deep breathing
    • Slower more meditative form of  Yoga
    • Holding postures for a longer time
    • Finding comfort in discomfort- focus on holding poses and turning inwardChair Yoga:Chair yoga is a modified form of yoga that can be done while sitting in a chair or using a chair for support. This is particularly helpful for individuals with arthritis who may have difficulty getting up and down from the floor.

      (What to expect in Chair Yoga)

      • Seated Cat-Cow Stretch
      • Seated Forward Bend
      • Seated Twist
      • Seated Leg Lifts
      • Seated Ankle Rolls
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Course Content

MODULE 1 Breathing and Relaxation Techniques

  • LessonBreathing and Relaxation Techniques

MODULE 2 (Seated Poses)

MODULE 3 (Supine Poses)

MODULE 4(Prone Poses)

MODULE 5 (Inversion Poses)

MODULE 6 (Balancing Poses)

MODULE 7 (Chair Yoga)

MODULE 8 (Restorative Poses)

MODULE 9 (Gentle Sun Salutation)

MODULE 10 (Meditation and Mindfulness)

MODULE 11 (Self-Care Practices)