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Power Vinyasa Yoga is a fluid and dynamic form of Yoga. The positions (Asana) are harmoniously linked to each movement coordinated with the breath: it generates purifying and detoxifying heat for the body and develops strength, power, resistance, flexibility, attention, concentration, balance, and grace, but above all practicing learning to love and accept their own body as it is and to have confidence in oneself.


1 FREE TRIAL (residents only)

All students need to have their membership UISP card and bring the sports medical certification as required by the law to participate in our classes.


Power-styled yoga is a powerful, energetic, and playful class, that focuses on breath.

Power Yoga Level 1, is a slower-paced flow class geared towards beginners. The class allows students to understand the correct alignment and breathing to be able to grow correctly in their practice, combining the perfect amount of sweat, strength, and stretch. 

POWER  1.5

After applying everything learned in Power Yoga 1, we begin to add new sequences and arm balances. In 1.5, the power of gaze and breath become a central understanding. As students apply more challenging postures and positions, they continue to build strength and knowledge in the body. 


Power Yoga level 2 puts inversions and arm balances that are learned in Power 1.5 to the test. We combine a new practice of headstands with our current flow to challenge the vinyasa flow in harmony. Recommended for students with at least 3 months of consistent vinyasa practice.


Power Yoga level three combines everything students have learned and brings our practice to a peak. Students combine their physical and mental bodies, and what they have learned in classes to keep a calm breath and state of mind. Experimenting with the body through all types of inversions such as headstands, handstands, and more.


Hatha concentrates on physical health and mental well-being. Hatha uses bodily postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), and meditation techniques (dyana) with the goal of bringing about a sound, healthy body and a clear, peaceful mind. The asanas work to make the spine supple, and the core strong, promoting circulation in the organs, glands, and tissues. Hatha postures strengthen and stretch the body, promoting balance and flexibility.


Suitable for all levels. Yin invites students to slow down and create space for stillness while nourishing joints, ligaments, tendons, and fascia. Yin is yoga at its coolest, deepest, quietest, and stillest moments. 

In this class you will spend most of the time on the floor, using as many props as needed to create as little effort while holding poses. Poses are held for 2-5 minutes allowing joints and fascia to release. This class will complement your Vinyasa practice and will open and release areas in need of more stretching.


Develop a strong core, flat abdominals, and a strong back. Gain long, lean muscles and flexibility. Pilates exercises train several muscle groups at once in smooth, continuous movements. By developing proper technique, you can re-train your body to move in safer, more efficient patterns of motion – invaluable for injury recovery, sports performance, good posture, and optimal health.


Mandala yoga is a fun dynamic practice of moving 360 degrees around the mat as we softly flow through strong poses and inversions to the rhythm of the breath. The class begins and closes with yin postures. The sequences are designed to target specific areas of the body, which relate to their corresponding chakra and the elements of the Mayan calendar. Every week we approach a different element and Chakra.



Yin Yang Yoga is the more traditional Hatha or Ashtanga-based asana practice that develops muscular strength, stamina, and flexibility. Yin/Yang yoga balances the newly developed Yin yoga practice for the first half of the class with traditional Yang yoga (  more dynamic ) practices for the second half of the class.


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