K. Pattabhi Jois founded Ashtanga Yoga. Ashtanga Basics is the foundation and basis of the practise where you will learn how to do the two forms of Sun Salutations correctly, and also the postures that are part of the full primary series. The transition from one pose to the next is by flowing movements known as the Vinyasa.
Thought of starting yoga but afraid that it would be too difficult for you as a beginner? Do not have the necessary foundation for practising yoga postures safely?
In the beginner class, we will introduce basic yoga postures that will build up your confidence and also build a strong foundation.
Class is beginner-friendly and at the same time suitable for experienced yogis that want to get back to foundation work.
Hatha Yoga is the main branch of Yoga comprising postures that form the other forms of yoga. Hatha tries to balance the Ida and Pingala, which is the right and the left energy flows of the body.
Hatha 2 is for experienced Yogis as its emphasis on inversions and more advance poses. Yogis have to be comfortable with the basic Hatha 1 postures and have a strong foundation to enable yourself to be comfortable when doing inversions.
Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with asanas (postures) that we hold for more extended periods than in other forms. For beginners, we hold the pose for up to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more. Yin yoga, though slow pace, can get pretty intense and it could release lots of hidden tension internally.