Hatha is a definition of a physical yoga practice, also known as the foundation of all yoga.
" Hatha" encompasses nearly all types of modern yoga.
Class will incorporates Asanas ( postures), Pranayama ( breathing techniques) relaxation and meditations.
The poses are usually held from 3 breaths to 6 breaths.
Hatha Yoga can be a great place to start, for a complete beginner or to develope a progress practice.
If you been unwell or mild injuries, the right "Hatha" Class can be a great place to aid your recovery.
Vinyasa is an umbrella term that covers a variety of different classes, all of which adopt an overall dynamic and energetic style of flow.
The "flow" yoga is a movement of the physical yoga posture linking and connecting the breath to create a sense of freedom and flow. The flow class will be sequence to challenge your body and mind.
Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting and supported by a chair.
The modifications make yoga accessible to anyone that lack the mobility to move easily from standing to seated to supine positions.
In the Assisted Chair Yoga class, expect to practice the yoga with adaptions of mild stretches for the back, shoulders and legs. Also working on strengthing the balance with an aid of a chair.
Who benefits from chair Yoga?
This practice suitable for all abilities. Whether you are fit and healthy but restricted range of movements due to prolonged sitting or with lack flexibility that may include mild injuries or for those who cannot get on the floor for whatever reason, such as age.
Class also suitable for anyone suffers from -