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Yoga Classes

The ultimate goal of Yoga is moksha (liberation) though the exact definition of what form this takes depends on the philosophical or theological system with which it is conjugated. In Shaiva theology, yoga is used to unite kundalini withShiva. Mahabharata defines the purpose of yoga as the experience of Brahman or Ātman pervading all things.

In the specific sense of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, yoga is defined as citta-vṛtti-nirodhaḥ (the cessation of the perturbations of the mind). This is described by Patanjali as the necessary condition for transcending discursive knowledge and to be one with the divinely understood "spirit" ("purusha"): "Absolute freedom occurs when the lucidity of material nature and spirit are in pure equilibrium." In the Yoga Sutras, Patanjali indicates that the ultimate goal of yoga is a state of permanent peace or Kaivalya.

Apart from the spiritual goals, the physical postures of yoga are used to alleviate health problems, reduce stress and make the spine supple in contemporary times. Yoga is also used as a complete exercise program and physical therapy routine.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary Class


  1. Surya Namaskara A

  2. Utthita Trikonasana

  3. Parivritta Trikonasana

  4. Utthita Parsvakonasana

  5. Parivritta Parsvakonasana

  6. Vrksasana

  7. Virabhadrasana A

  8. Virabhadrasana B

  9. Marjariasana

  10. Vyaghrasana

  11. Cross - crawls

  12. Tiryaka Bhujangasana

  13. Rajakapotasana Ⅰ

  14. Ardha Salabhasana

15.  Single Leg Side Lift III

16.  Dandasana

17.  Paschimottanasana I

18.  Udarakarshanasna

19.  Ardha Matsyendrasana

20.  Table Pose

21.  Sethu Bandhasana

22.  Matsyasana

23.  Rocking and Rolling

24.  Riding Bike

25.  Lower Body Rolling

26.  The Buttlefly Pose

27.  Bull's Mouth Pose

28.  Relaxation Guide

Pilates Class


The Pilates "method," as it is now known, is an exercise system focused on improving flexibility, strength, and body awareness, without necessarily building bulk. The method is a series of controlled movements performed on the floor (mat work), and the sessions are supervised by specially trained instructors. Pilates is resistance exercise, not aerobic (cardio), although the heart rate will certainly rise for a deconditioned individual.


During a Pilates session, your instructor will continuously prompt you to concentrate deeply on your core muscles, as well as on your breath, the contraction of your muscles, and the quality (not quantity) of your movements. These are also key elements of Pilates, and your instructor will emphasize them at every session. The objective is a coordination of mind, body, and spirit, something Joseph Pilates called "contrology." In his first book published in 1945, Pilates' Return to Life Through Contrology, the 34 original exercises that Pilates taught to his students are described along with the guiding principles of contrology.

Ashtanga Yoga Intermediate Class
  1. Paschimottanasana A,B,C,D

18.  Purvattanasana

19.  Janu Sirsasana A,B,C

20.  Navasana

21.  Vasisthasana

22.  Bhujangasana

23.  Dhanurasana

24.  Naukasana

25.  Balasana

26.  Ushtrasana

27.  Sea-lion pose

28.  Halasana

29.  Paryankasana

30.  Eka Pada Uttanpadasana

31.  Pawan Muktasana

32.  Jathara Parivartanasana

33.  Relaxation Guide

34.  Nadi Shodan Pranayama

Ashtanga Yoga Advance Class
  1. Navasana

22.  Bhujapidasana

23.  Kurmasana Ⅰ、Ⅱ

24.  Garbha Pindasana

25.  Kukkutasana

26.  Baddha Konasana A,B

27.  Upavistha Konasana/Supta Konasana

28.  Supta Padangusthasana A,B

29.  Urdhva Dhanurasana

30.  Halasana

31.  Karanapidasana

32.  Sarvangasana

33.  Matsyasana

34.  Uttana Padasana

35.  Sirsasana

36.  Baddha Padmasana

37.  Yoga Mudra

38.  Utpluthih

39.  Savasana

40.  Bhastrika Pranayama

41.  Kapalbhati Pranayama

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