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Vinyasa Classes

Follow our flow – All levels

Vinyasa is a dynamic style of yoga characterized by connecting poses together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. Is also often  referred to as “flow” yoga. Vinyasa classes offer a variety of postures and no two classes are ever alike.

Morning classes are more intense and afternoon classes are more gentle.

Yin Classes

Conntect your Body and your Mind, Improve your Flexibility

Yin Yoga is a passive practice designed to help you to stretch connective tissue around the joints.In a Yin Yoga practice, we hold poses anywhere from 3 to 7 minutes, (or 2 minutes for beginners) in order to access deeper layers of fascia.

One of the goals of Yin Yoga is to reduce stress and to work with the deep tissues of our body. The body’s repair response is activated with Yin.

• Mildly Challenging, Active Stretching

• Emphasis on Lubricating Joints/Bones and Loosening Fascia

• Perfect for Anyone Who Wants Gentle Practice Without Loosing All Intensity

Restorative Classes

The best way to Restore your Body
• Total Surrender in Pose
• Not Challenging
• Emphasis on Total Body Relaxation and Release 
• Long holds, 5‐20 Minutes
• Perfect for Anyone Healing from Illness or Injury, Needing Deep Rest, Seeking Emotional Support or Busy Lifestyle
• Helps Nourish and Reset the Body
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Beach Yoga

Spiaggia Miramare h 19.00

Prenotazione obbligatoria, min 5 partecipanti. 



Benefits of Yoga

Yoga has so many benefits for body, mind and spirit!

When you hold poses for a long period, you’re improving your balance, concentration and  range of motion. Moreover you’re increasing the awareness about your body (strengths and weaknesses).

Why breath is important in Yoga?
Breathing consciously has a biological effect on our mental, emotional and physical state.
When we breathe consciously we activate different part of our brain. Unconscious breathe is controlled by medulla oblongata, the primitive part of brain. While conscious breathing come from the more evolved areas of our brain in the celebral cortex. Activating the celebral cortex, has a relaxing and calming effects on emotions.

Focusing inward doing Yoga, helps you to be more satisfied and confident with your body and less critical about it.

Yoga improves strength, boots endurance and tones up your heart, lungs and blood vessels. 

Bringing movement in each direction of your spine, will help to preserve flexibility in the vertebrae.
Remember your body need to move!

Gaining strength in your core, will help your body to have a better posture and to stand tall with more confidence.

Each part of our body is important to gain equilibrium and stability. Yoga is such complete that will help to build strength in every single muscle, even the smallest and the less known.

Regular yoga practice creates mental clarity and calmness; increases body awareness; relieves chronic stress patterns. 

One of the best benefits of yoga is how it helps a person manage stress, which may have devastating effects on body and mind.

When muscles are well trained, they will gain a nice and healthy shape.