Yang – Yin
Yin is internal, passive, cooling and downward. Yang is external, dynamic, warming and upward. In Taoism, Yin and Yang are present in everything. This practice will take you through these two aspects of nature leaving you feeling completely balanced.
Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga as exercise, incorporating principles of traditional Chinese medicine, with asanas (poses) that are held for 3-5 minutes.
Some classes include sound bath or Reiki. Check the class schedule for details for each class.
Kundalini yoga (kuṇḍalinī-yoga) derives from kundalini, defined in Vedantic culture as energy that lies dormant at the base of the spine until it is activated (as by the practice of yoga, blunt force trauma, breath work, or psychological trauma leading to spiritual awakening) and channeled upward through the chakras in the process of spiritual perfection. Kundalini is believed by adherents to be power associated with the divine feminine, Shakti. Kundalini yoga as a school of yoga is influenced by Shaktism and Tantra schools of Hinduism. It derives its name through a focus on awakening kundalini energy through regular practice of mantra, tantra, yantra, yoga, or meditation.
Kundalini Yoga is designed to change your energy quicker than any other type of practice.
Bheemashakti | Yoga Gym
Consists of repetitive movements (kriyas) instead of yoga poses providing students with a systematic approach to opening and energizing the body in all directions. Kriyas are combined with dynamic breathing practices (pranayama) and harmonizing meditations to prepare the student for any level of yogic practice one desires. Conditioning the body in this way accelerates the improvement of any existing asana (yoga posture) based practice.
Practicing Bheemashakti once a week can dramatically help your Vinyasa, Ashtanga, or even Slow Flow practice by emphasizing the importance of breath, bandhas, and your “inner experience.”
Each class is more of a “workshop” style that typically focuses on strength, flexibility, or a combination of both. This gives students the opportunity to ask questions and fine tune specific poses they might normally find challenging.
Take your existing asana practice to the next level, or simply create balance in the body and the mind.
Class is often outside behind the studio.