Yoga

To keep the body in good health is a duty…otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear -Buddha

Daily Yoga Schedule

Open

Day/Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
700 Energising Hatha Yoga with Elodie
(90mins)
Ashtanga with Elodie

(90mins)

830 Ashtanga with Elodie

(90mins)

Meditation & Gentle Flow with Elodie (60mins)
1100 Vinyasa with Tiggy

(90 mins)

Vinyasa Yoga with Tiggy

(60 mins)

1330 Ashtanga with Elodie

(90mins)

Meditation & Gentle Flow with Elodie (60mins) Hatha with Elodie

(90 mins)

 

Vinyasa with Tiggy

(60 mins)

 

1700 Iyengar  with Hans (60 mins) Ashtanga with Elodie

(90mins)

1830 Meditation & Gentle Flow with Elodie

(60 mins)

Ashtanga with Elodie

(90mins)

Iyengar with Hans

(60 mins)

Hatha with Elodie

(90 mins)

Iyengar with Hans

(60 mins)


Yoga & Meditation practices date back to 300 B.C. and various traditions are found in both Buddhist and Hindu traditions.
We believe the goals of Yoga and Meditation practices are self-realization and keeping oneself balanced and healthy on a daily basis. Health is your greatest wealth. The body’s DNA knows how to heal itself; all it needs is the energy. The energizing, rejuvenating Yoga & Mediation practices can be the source of this energy.
Learn how to breathe to improve your health and your mental balances, Yoga practice should be fun (seriousness is not needed) and remember that If hurts you are doing it wrong…

At Navutu you have the opportunity to learn humble practices of Ashtanga, Kundalini, Hata, Flow and Meditation. Daily Classes are available from the 1st of November 2013.

 

Kundalini Yoga

In the yoga tradition, “kundalini” means coiled-up, referring to a dormant force which is the source of all energies in us. Through practice of kundalini we are able to gracefully access this inner power of our higher potential and be vital and aware.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

In Vinyasa yoga movement is synchronized to the breath. This style is sometimes also called flow yoga, because of the fluid way that the poses run together and become like a dance. The breath is a vital component because movement from one pose to the next follows an inhale or an exhale. Vinyasa is literally translated from Sanskrit to mean “connection.” We can interpret this as a connection between movement and breath.

The term vinyasa also refers to a specific series of movements that are frequently done between each pose in a series. This is a variation of the Sun Salutations.

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