drop-in: 15 EUR* / class
4-9 classes: 10 EUR / class
10 classes and more: 8 EUR / class
Community lunch: donation starting from 5 EUR
Morning meditation and Mindfulness class by donation
All classes are in English.
Please arrive at 9:15 latest for Mysore class.
Yoga mats and props are provided FOR FREE.
* if you are local coming for the first time or low budget traveler, you can ask for discount. We are open for everybody!
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga which can be translated as “eight limbs yoga”. The third limb are yoga poses (asanas) arranged in a fixed dynamic sequence. The most important aspect of asanas practice is to combine deep breathing with the movement (vinyasa), holding bandhas (energetic locks) and drishti (focused gaze).
Meditation/Pranayama (by Agni) there is no better way to start your day. Come, sit and go inside you for a moment. Connect with your breath, and by that with your Inner Self, to feel whatever need to be felt. Even if you never meditated before, or if you think you don’t know how to do that, those simple technics will make you feel home with yourself again. 30 min everyday will create a habit, maybe the most important in your life. By donation.
Ashtanga Mysore/ Own practice (by Agni) it is your individual meeting with the teacher who will give you the space and assistance to go deeper in understanding your needs. Teacher observes your practice, gives advice and assessments if needed. You can join Mysore classes at any level. It’s also the best way to start your Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga journey.
Vinyasa (by Agni) is a dynamic yoga form based on breath. It is cultivating both straight and flexibility. Fluent transition from one asana to next one makes the sequence rather energetic but also with enough time for resting and focusing on your inner breath flow.
Tantra Yoga (by Cony) In this practice, slow and subtle movements are used to go from one position to another, in which it is necessary to maintain a prudential time, breathing deeply and calmly. Balancing our Lunar (Feminine) and Solar (Masculine) energies through Sun Salutations, Pranayamas and Asanas. Generally, the complete series of Tantra Yoga is followed by an interval of meditations to bring you to a serene mental state.
Hatha Yoga (by Cony) Hatha yoga is the yoga tradition most familiar to Western culture. The term is derived from the Sanskrit ha, meaning “sun,” and the, meaning “moon.” The practice aims to unite the active and receptive qualities represented by each celestial being. Practitioners of Hatha yoga use physical alignment and breathing control to achieve an equilibrium between the active body and its universe. The resulting harmony manifests itself as physical strength, physiological health and emotional well-being.
Gentle Flow (by Agni or Kaja). Gentle, slow, non-strenuous flows for everyone are created to feel more grounded in your body and lifted in your mind. Each motion comes with a breath, postures are easy and deep at the same time. You can change them according to your own needs. This mindful class is like self-massage, gentle stretch and building strength especially for the muscles around the spine, to help you to feel relaxed, open and peaceful. Beginners are more than welcome!
Yin Yoga (by Kaja) through passive long held poses, we get into our deeper connective tissues, joints and allow deep emotional held memories to be released. The meridians running through our body are stimulated. Yin Yoga makes a good complement to more active practices (e.g. surfing) and is an excellent antidote to stress.
Mindfulness (by Pawel) each class will help to explore various practices of paying attention to our experience. We will focus on seeing, hearing, imagination, movement, feeling. The main goal is to be present and accepting of whatever arises in our field of consciousness.
All classes take place in my yoga shala in Lagos (Algarve).