While we are focused on chasing the ideal body, having a balanced state of mind is a quintessential aspect of health and wellness that needs to be cultivated as well. This pillar brings forth authentic dimensions that align the mind, body and soul.
Yoga is not only a form of physical exercise that can keep you fit and get you into shape. It is also a holistic way of life that allows you to unite the body and mind, therefore reaching a deeper state of awareness and boundlessness. It is about living in the moment.
While some look at yoga as physical exercise, it is more than that. When you fully accept your body and mind during practice, you enter a dimension of yoga that allows you to perceive life in that moment. Meditative yoga is practiced three times in a day: one during brahma muhurta - an auspicious period that begins before sunrise; one during the noon; and one in the evening before sunset. A practice frequency of three times a week is recommended to keep the body active and engaged; the mind clear and focused; and oneself spiritually aligned.
Trained and blessed by the grandmaster Ram Murthy Yogacharya from Vizag, India, Aadhi is passionate about introducing her students to the wonders of yoga and showing them how to connect to their true selves via yoga. She enjoys helping her students make small steps forward on their yoga journey.
She is an experienced yoga instructor and teaches advanced (Kundalini) meditation, nada yoga, prenatal and postnatal yoga, children’s yoga, yin yoga, advanced hatha yoga, power yoga, vinyasa, and chakra (wheel) yoga. She’s a certified instructor recognized by the Yoga Alliance. Aadhi continues to study Ayurveda and Naturopathy.
Beginners yoga is an introductory class for practitioners who are new to yoga and on their way to discover the wonders of yoga. It features basic stretching, strengthening, and healing poses that help to assuage pains and stiffness in the joints.book class
Core yoga fitness class is a fast-paced class with jumps, squats, and planks. The practice strengthens the core for better spinal integrity and postural management. Believe it or not, this class is more about training the mind than the body.book class
Hatha Yoga is the practice of asanas (poses) without the interference of the five senses. Hatha is also called the “sun and moon yoga”. It features stretches, strengthening poses, balancing poses, meditation, breathing exercise, and relaxation. Suitable for beginners and all other practitioners.book class
Kids yoga is fun, interactive, and engaging. It helps young kids develop and discover their strength and flexibility. Various yogic games are also included to enhance their memory and awareness.book class
Men’s yoga involves loosening of the stiff joints; twists that improve overall flexibility; and stretches that ease pain and tensions in different parts of the body. The poses are repeated to open up the body.book class
Morning flow yoga consists of meditation; pranayama (breathing exercise); asanas such as sun salutations, stretches, twists, balancing poses, and strengthening exercises; and a flow from one pose to the next. It is designed to awake your body after a night’s sleep, and energize the muscles and joints.book class
Restorative yoga is the practice of asanas (poses) often with the support of props such as blocks, straps, and folded blankets. It relieves anxiety and inner chaos; and helps to bring peace back into your mind.book class
Sivananda consists of pranayama (breathing exercise) and meditation, sun salutations, fundamentals of triangles, and the twelve traditional Sivananda poses. It is followed by relaxation exercise that allows the body to digest the experience of the physical practice. Suitable for all.book class
108 Sun salutations are performed preferably outdoors in the morning. It features 108 rounds of sun salutations and takes 50 minutes to complete. It is a moving meditation that connects the mind and the body. It is both mentally and physically challenging. The class aims to activate prana (upward energy). It is an ancient ritual practiced for good health and inner peace.book class
Sun series features a collection of postures that warm up, strengthen, and align the entire body. It is considered a moving meditation similar to sun salutations. It also features twists, which can activate the muscles around the lumbar spine and abdominal core, increasing stability, blood flow, and oxygenation to those areas.Suitable for all.book class
Wheel yoga features various asanas (poses) with the support of a yoga wheel. It is specifically designed to open up the chest, relax the back muscles, and align the spine. The wheel can help beginners achieve challenging poses and advanced practitioners move deeper into the poses. Mentally it also helps the practitioner to overcome their fear of getting into difficult asanas.book class
Yin yoga is a slow-paced class that helps you calm down from your hectic lifestyle. Yin yoga is slow and meditative, giving you the time and space to fully experience a pose in full force. Because you’re holding a pose for a longer period of time – at least five minutes, you are able to access the deeper layers of the muscles – the fascia. Suitable for all.book class
Yoga for neck, shoulders, and hips specifically targets the tense muscles and aches in these areas. Tension tends to accumulate in these areas as you remain in a seated position for long stretches of time or adopt a wrong sitting posture.book class
Yoga stretch features warm-up, stretches, twists, and body opening postures. It is practiced regularly to stretch your muscles and ease aches in your neck, back, and limbs – the hallmarks of a sedentary lifestyle. They can help you move better and feel less stiff in your body. Stretch classes can be done before or after any exercise. Suitable for all.book class
Moon flow features poses that are associated with the moon, such as the half-moon pose, the goddess pose, low lunges, and crescent poses. The class allows the students to draw energy from the moon.book class
Ashtanga yoga primary series is a 90-minute class that consists of sun salutations A and B; standing and sitting sequences; and finishing sequences. The series begins with forward bends, followed by twists and hip openers with a vinyasa between each asana (pose). This class builds athletic strength and flexibility in the body, loosening tight muscles and detoxifying the body and nervous system.book class
Manipura chakra is located above the naval, thus governing digestion and metabolism. Manipura is the third chakra and is associated with the fire element. It is responsible for your vitality, will, and inner strength. The class features poses like the bow, the downward dog, lunges, the cobra, the boat pose, and more. They are practiced to open up the various muscles around the solar plexus.book class
Yogalates is a blend of yoga and Pilates. Yogalates is effective for improving muscle definition, flexibility, and endurance. It also strengthens the core and the back. Recommended for all.book class
Power yoga is an intense, fast-paced form of mind-body exercise. It features Himalayan breathing exercise, intense exhalations, and dynamic (flow, inversions, and jumps) and meditative movements. Power yoga cleanses the nasal path, removes mucus build-up, and aids digestion. The synchronization of breathing and asanas allows the practitioners to fully connect their bodies with their minds. Suitable for advanced students.book class
Prenatal yoga prepares your body and mind for you and your growing baby. The class includes a gentle warm-up followed by a series of standing, seating, and lying asanas, all specially adapted for different stages of the pregnancy. It is complete with guided relaxation and mindfulness meditation. Recommended to start practice from the 20th week onwards.book class
Vinyasa is a smooth flow from one pose to the next. The idea of vinyasa is to deepen concentration and body awareness. It features jumps, inversions, back bending, and arm balancing. Not suitable for people with arthritis.book class
Learn how to utilize and strengthen your core while improving your posture and mobility with our Pilates classes. With the guidance of our expert trainers, this low impact exercise is a good alternative when it comes to inducing a sense of holistic balance via increased core strength while toughening up your muscles.start now
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