What is Jivamukti Yoga?

What is Jivamukti Yoga?

Jivamukti Yoga is a physical, ethical and spiritual practice that combines an energetic Hatha Yoga inspired by the Vinyasa style. This style, derived from Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, was developed by David Life and Sharon Gannon in 1984. These schools promote lifestyles...
What is a Yoga Wall?

What is a Yoga Wall?

A Yoga Wall is a wall with installations such as straps and supports. Using a yoga wall allows you to bend, stretch and hang on the side in an environment that is both fun and safe.
What is Slow Flow Yoga?

What is Slow Flow Yoga?

Slow Flow Yoga is similar to Vinyasa Yoga with a slower and softer rhythm. Transitions between postures are generally slower and poses are held longer. This style of yoga, because of its slower paste, encourages students to bring consciousness to breath and movement...
What is Rocket® Yoga?

What is Rocket® Yoga?

Rocket® Yoga is a variation of traditionnel Ashtanga Yoga. It is a fast-paced and dynamic style of yoga. The Power Yoga flows are accessible to all levels and allows students to practice yoga together.
What is Power Flow Yoga?

What is Power Flow Yoga?

Power Flow Yoga, also called Dynamic Yoga, is a vigorous style of yoga that is physically demanding. In this type of yoga, the students flow seamlessly from one pose to the next. Sometimes a Power Yoga class will focus on strength training and flexibility, while other...
What is Mysore Yoga?

What is Mysore Yoga?

In a Mysore Yoga class, you would be invited to practice at your own rhythm, following your breath and moving from one pose to the next according to your own strength and limits. Ashtanga classes are often taught in the Mysore Yoga style where students work...
What is Fusion Yoga?

What is Fusion Yoga?

Fusion Yoga is a fusion of various styles of yoga, with sometimes a few mouvements from dance, Pilates and Fitness.
What is Forrest Yoga?

What is Forrest Yoga?

Forrest Yoga is a modern style of yoga inspired by Hatha Yoga and created by Ana Forrest in 1982. In this practice, dynamic asanas strengthen and purify the body in order to completely free itself from the emotions and suffering that are trapped. In Forrest Yoga, the...
What is Kripalu Yoga?

What is Kripalu Yoga?

Kripalu Yoga was developed in the 1970s by Amrit Desai. This type of yoga combines Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga. The word Kripalu means ‘compassion’ in Hindu. It is a relaxing approach based on meditation, healing and spiritual transformation. The Kripalu three steps or...
What is Karma Yoga?

What is Karma Yoga?

Karma Yoga, also called community yoga, is generally offered at a lower price or on a voluntary contribution basis. Karma Yoga classes are often taught by yoga teachers that have recently graduated. The word Karma in Sanskrit means action. Karma Yoga in Hinduism is...
What is Baptiste Yoga?

What is Baptiste Yoga?

The aim of Baptiste Yoga is to provide tools necessary to achieve success in the more important spheres in your life, namely concentration, training and intuition. Students are encouraged to realise their full potential, discover their creativity, find their passion,...
What is Yoga Therapy?

What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga Therapy is the use of traditional yoga methods with a therapeutic objective. It aims at preventing and treating people with various pathologies. It should be specified that Yoga Therapy does not substitute, but complements a medical treatment.
What is Acro Yoga?

What is Acro Yoga?

Acro Yoga or Acrobatic Yoga is a partner dynamic practice. It is an energetic mix of yoga and acrobatics with touches of dance and thai massage. This type of yoga increases confidence, connexion and playful spirit
What is Kriya Yoga?

What is Kriya Yoga?

Kriya Yoga is described by those practicing this style as an ancient yogic system ressicitated in modern times. It was internationally popularised by the book The Autobiography of a Yogi (Yogi Kathaamrt : Ek Yogi Ki Atmakatha) by Paramhansa Yogananda. This book...
What is Buti Yoga?

What is Buti Yoga?

Buti Yoga was developed in the United States by Bizzie Gold in 2010. It is a mix of cardio movements, tribal dance, muscular reinforcement and yoga. In a Buti Yoga class, you should expect to intensely work the abdominal muscles. The benefits of this type of yoga...
What is Restorative Yoga?

What is Restorative Yoga?

Restorative Yoga is a meditative practice that calms the mind and relaxes the body. Props, such as blankets, bolsters, blocks, sand bags, eye cushions, chairs and even walls, are often used in this type of yoga. The objective is to achieve a state of deep relaxation....
What is Ashtanga Yoga?

What is Ashtanga Yoga?

Ashtanga yoga is a fast paced, fluid and dynamic type of yoga. It was popularised in the 1970s by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India. The same poses are practiced in the same order. It is a challenging practice physically. The name Ashtanga Yoga comes from...
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