Our hot studio can accommodate up to 45 people. For Bikram, we heat the studio up to 40ºC with a humidity of 40%. The external heat assists with flexibility, endurance and stability. For Vinyasa & Power Yoga the room is heated up to about 35ºC
The below styles are facilitated in our heated room.
BIKRAM 90 / BIKRAM 60
Bikram yoga offers a disciplined sequence of 26 postures, practiced in a heated room of up to 40°C and 40% humidity.
Traditionally done in 90 minutes, we also offer the sequence compressed into a 60 minutes practice.
The heated room allows the body to stretch further without the risk of injury and assists with the development of mental strength and endurance. The series offers alignment, strong muscle build and toning, regulating body weight, detoxing and tension release. Classes are suitable for all levels and fitness. It is a great foundation to build your practice on.
Vinyasa meaning ‘connection’, is breath-synchronized movements. The sequencing is often built around sun salutation and basis Vinyasa postures. These postures flow into one another, becoming like a dance. The more you practice, the more these poses become familiar to you, enabling you to flow more with your breath, enhancing both lightness and strength. The choreography, style and strength will vary according to your facilitator, which makes this style always offer a challenge. Practicing in our ‘Hot Room’ of up to 35°C and 40% humidity, opens up your chakras and muscular system, improves cardio benefits and builds both mental and physical endurance.
Our non-heated studio is managed at room temperature throughout all seasons. For more individual attention we allow for a maximum of 10 people per Pilates class. Other styles practiced are Vinyasa, Hatha with Iyengar alignment and our monthly courses.
The below styles are facilitated in our non-heated yogalates room.
A dynamic flow of sun salutation and Vinyasa postures, creates a strong flow, warming up the muscular system. Poses are often held longer, to build more strength and concentration.
More bocus is applied to alignment and precision and the basic beauty of the Vinyasa breath and practice.
The choreography, style and strength will vary according to your facilitator, which makes this style always offer a wide variety and challenge.
The goal of Pilates is overall body fitness, elongated supple muscles and balance between body and mind. Concentration is on core strength, flexibility and co-ordination to create a better balanced body.
The 6 basic principles on which Pilates is built is breathing, centering, control, concentration, fluidity and precision.