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Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini is a specific type of yoga, focusing on breath and postures, with the ultimate goal of increasing your self-awareness by silencing your mind and unblocking your chakras so that your vital energy can flow freely. To awaken stagnant energy and expand your radiance, experience the refreshing movements of Kundalini Yoga.

Yin & Vinyasa Yoga

Yin Yoga exists to strengthen your mind-body connection. The practice is a slow-paced, passive style of yoga with poses held for long periods of time. It’s therapeutic in nature and designed to target connective tissues such as ligaments and bones.

Vinyasa Yoga is more active than Yin, and combines movement with breathing techniques to flow from one “asana”, or pose, to the next. Unlike Yin Yoga, poses aren’t held for too long, as the practice is more free flowing and dynamic – perfect for those seeking physical and spiritual balance.

Pilates

Pilates is a low-impact form of exercise that works on your flexibility, muscular strength and endurance. With a focus on core strength, these classes have an emphasis on balance and controlled, flowing movements.

Meditation

Meditation has been used for centuries to calm the mind and body relaxation. Join our guides to learn different techniques or expand your current practice using breathing and mantras to bring peace and clarity to your day.

Sound Healing

Sound healing therapy is a restorative practice that uses different instruments to generate varying energy frequencies and vibrations, which can shift energy in the mind and body to promote inner peace.

Personal Training

These cardio classes are positioned to make you feel like you’re in the room with your very own personal trainer, while giving you the freedom to set your own pace or modify exercises along the way if you wish. A mix between aerobic and resistance training, these workouts combine short bursts of intense exercise with periods of rest to get your heartrate up and blood flowing. 

Yoga

Yoga is an ancient practice that unifies body, mind and breath. The discipline involves a gentle flow of poses and postures (or asanas) which increase blood flow to muscles and flexibility while strengthening the mind-body connection to support general wellbeing.