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Here at Italia Power Yoga, we believe in connecting breath and movement. Connecting with your breath can bring peace and help your mind remain present and in the moment, reminding you that every breath is a chance to start again. 

1 FREE TRIAL (residents only)

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

  • Arrive 10 minutes before the start of class so you can get signed in and lay down your mat.

  • Pre-register online using Mindbody Online - click schedule at the top of the page.

  • Wear comfortable clothing that you can stretch in.

  • You can bring your own yoga mat or rent one for €1.

  • Our Chiesa location opens 15 minutes before the start of class.

  • At our Leopardi location ring the doorbell labeled Italia Power Yoga to be let in.

Common body pain and injury - what we suggest for you:

Back Pain/Light Scoliosis

While yoga isn't a good idea if you have severe pain, those with occasional soreness or chronic aches may greatly benefit from certain postures that can help lengthen your spine, stretch and strengthen your muscles, and return your back to its proper alignment.

We Suggest Yin or Hatha Yoga 

Yoga’s focus on balance and steadiness encourages your body to develop defenses against the causes of back pain, which include weak abdominal and pelvic muscles, as well as a lack of flexibility in the hips. When you strengthen these muscles, you improve your posture, which reduces the load on your back, and thus reduces the aches you feel. In addition, stretching can increase flexibility by increasing blood flow to tight muscles.


Knee pain

There's no doubt that yoga asks much of the knees. Done properly, asana practice can strengthen them to prevent injuries and slow the progression of some musculoskeletal diseases, but practicing without mindfulness is not good for these joints.

We suggest Yin Yoga 

Clearly, there are just as many people who credit yoga with rehabilitating weak knees as there are determined yogis who will themselves into complex poses and pay a big price for overdoing it. But in poses like Supta Virasana (Reclining Hero Pose), in which the knees can feel pushed to the edge, it's sometimes hard to know if you're helping or hurting them. Ask your teacher for modifications. 


Neck & Shoulder Pain

While neck pain sometimes results from trauma—such as an injury from playing sports or whiplash from a car accident—by far the most common cause is stress on muscles and ligaments stemming from poor postural habits, typically related to our computerized, stressful, sedentary lifestyle. One of the most widespread postural problems is forward head posture, a misaligned relationship between the head and the shoulder girdle, where the head protrudes in front of the shoulders and the upper back rounds. This causes the muscles of the neck, shoulders, upper back, and chest to alter their length and efficiency as they struggle to counterbalance the weight of the heavy head against the pull of gravity—with the muscles in the neck and front body becoming tight and short and those in the mid back and the back of the shoulders becoming weak and overstretched.

While you loosen up your tight neck and shoulders       

We Suggest Yin \ Postural Class

Once In Yoga has you feeling back to your normal self go ahead and try other styles such as Hatha, Vinyasa, etc. 


To discover our different styles of yoga and what your best fit is, click below.

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