Weekly yoga schedule - Okreblue
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Weekly yoga schedule

MONDAY

 

10:30 – 11:45

Hatha Yoga
All levels
with Sasy

TUESDAY

 

9:00 – 10:15

Vinyasa Flow
Level 2
with Cecilia

 

18:30 – 19:45

Yin Yoga
All levels
with Cecilia

WEDNESDAY

 

10:30 – 11:45

Hatha Yoga
All levels
with Cecilia

THURSDAY

 

9:00 – 10:15

Align & Flow
Level 2
with Sasy

18:30 – 19:45

Yin Yoga
All levels
with Cecilia

FRIDAY

 

10:30 – 11:45

Hatha Yoga
All levels
with Cecilia

 

 

 

SATURDAY

 

9:00 – 10:15

Hatha Yoga
All levels
with Cecilia

10:30 – 11:45

Unnata® Aerial Yoga
with Sasy

SUNDAY

No class

Anusara Yoga: Anusara means “to be in the flow” “flowing with Grace” “the soul in the flow of Universe” “following your heart”
It is a compelling hatha yoga system unifying a life-affirming Tantric philosophy of intrinsic goodness with remarkably elegant Universal Principles of Alignment.
Its uplifting philosophy looks for the good in all people and all things. Heart oriented, spiritually inspiring and grounded in sophisticated alignment principles.
The poses in Anusara Yoga are considered to be heart- oriented and are expressed from “inside out”. Instead of only trying to control the body and mind from the outside, the poses originate from a deep artistic feeling inside.
There is an emphasis on remembering the spiritual purpose of hatha yoga, which includes reconnecting with our innate goodness, power and beauty and expressing ourselves from that divine place. When we perform the foundational principles of Anusara, as fully as we can in an asana, we are epitomizing our full physical and spiritual potential for the performance of that asana and our spirit pours joygully through the body with total freedom.

(Source : Anusara Yoga Teacher training manual by John Friend, founder of Anusara Yoga)


Hatha Yoga: This class focuses on a deeper understanding of the Alignment principles of Anusara yoga. We will be exploring body postures, transitions and stillness.The class is suitable for beginners in the yoga practice, for people that are new to the practice of Anusara Yoga and for those who already have some experience and want to deepen their knowledge with a beginner’s mind.


Ayurvedic Yoga : Ayurveda literally means “science of life” and it’s considered as the sister science of Yoga.  It is an ancient practice that helps to keep your body-mind balanced and healthy.  Ayurvedic yoga class focuses on balancing the elements, following the cycles of nature.  Whether you are a vata, pitta or kapha dosha, this class will give you tips and important information for you to improve your health and balance. Suitable for all levels.


Yin Yoga and Pranayama: This practice is designed to restore the nervous system and help release tensions from the body and mind. We use props to support the postures, gently stretching and releasing tension and stored stress from everyday life. Supine asanas will be held for longer time than we usually do in any other classes. is Students of all levels and practices are welcome in this class. Yin Yoga will give you exactly what you need to finish your day with calmness and prepare you for a resting night.


Morning Light Level 2-3: This thematic class is based on the Anusara Principles of Alignment and is a combination of flowing mindfully and holding poses in order to have a deeper understanding of yoga as well as your body, mind & spirit. Each class is an overall practice with special focus on a specific body part, connecting the physical practice with the philosophical aspect of Yoga. The creative interweaving of applied philosophy in every movement will give you perspective and space to start the day. Previous experience is required to attend this class.

If you haven’t practiced yoga at all before we recommend you to try “Hatha Yoga” for a few classes and then attend the “Morning Light” class.


Dynamic Flow 2-3*: Dynamic flow 2-3 is a class that aims to build strength while creating heat in the body. You will be encouraged to consciously link each movement with breath as you flow, slowly and deeply. Always with a strong focus on breath and alignment this class is meditation in movement. Without moving fast, but consciously moving with the breath, Dynamic Flow will take your practice to the next level and deepen your body–mind awareness.

*To attend this class, a minimum of 1-year regular practice is required. Not suitable for beginners.

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