About yoga classes

Ashtanga yoga

Suitable for beginners

Ashtanga yoga is a system of yoga transmitted to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois (1915-2009). This method of yoga involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive series of postures—a process producing intense internal heat and a profuse, purifying sweat that detoxifies muscles and organs. The result is improved circulation, a light and strong body, and a calm mind.

The first, or primary, series is described in Yoga Mala. The primary series is called Yoga Chikitsa, which means yoga therapy. It is intended to realign the spine, detoxify the body, and build strength, flexibility, and stamina. The series of about 75 poses takes an hour and a half to two hours to complete, beginning with sun salutations (surya namaskara A and surya namaskara B) and moving on to standing poses, seated poses, inversions, and backbends before relaxation.

At our Yoga Studio we have classes for beginners and also for advanced practitioners. Ashtanga yoga series for beginners is a great way for anyone to start yoga, especially if you prefer a workout and want fast results. Our teachers of Ashtanga introduces you to the primary series, a set sequence poses prescribed by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. We also have LED and Mysore classes.

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 Yoga for flexibility and strength

Stretching yoga in PattayaSuitable for beginners

Yoga Stretching is a class designed specifically for people who are just starting their acquaintance with the amazing world of Yoga. The system consists of exercises designed to work on the joints and muscles of the body, to improve their flexibility, mobility and performance. Also, this practice will teach one to protect the body from injury to the ligaments during all physical activities. Yoga Stretching exercises are static.

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Hatha Yoga

Suitable for beginnersHatha yoga in Pattaya, Thailand

Hatha yoga – the initial step in the practice of yoga, which allows one to become acquainted with ones capabilities, learn to control the internal flow of energy, and harmonize ones life. The purpose of practicing hatha yoga is to learn how to combine the positive (HA) and regressive (THA) energies. It teaches us how to find the inner balance point, allowing one to be cheerful, happy and stress-free and at the same time to be contemplative and calm without apathy and laziness. Hatha Yoga is a set of specific postures, which aims to improve muscle tone, joint mobility, blood circulation, metabolism, vitality and breathing practices that improve brain function, clears the understanding and perception, normalizes the activity of the nervous system and increases resistance to stress of all kinds.

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Yoga for pregnancy – Prenatal classes

Prenatal yoga classes in Pattata - Pregnancy yogaSuitable for pregnant women after 14 weeks

The practice of yoga can help you prepare your mind and body for labor and birth as this helps you focus, to concentrate and keep you healthy. The Yoga Postures are gentle ways of keeping your body active and supple and minimize the common Pregnancy Symptoms like morning sickness and constipation. It can also help in ensuring easier labor and smooth delivery by relieving tension around the cervix and birth canal and by opening the pelvis.
For the first trimester, standing Yoga Poses are advised as this will help strengthen the legs, enhance circulation, generate energy, and may reduce leg cramps.
During the second and third trimester, you may reduce your time spent for practicing the Asanas to prevent fatigue and overwork. Instead focus more on breathing and meditation.

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