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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 Yoga Basic Class
Ashtanga Yoga Intermediate Class
Ashtanga Yoga Advance Class
Yoga Wall Class

Yoga wall is a practice that involves using the wall as a tool to develop yoga poses and enhance their benefits as the followings:

  • Improves Alignment

  • Increase Flexibility

  • Enhance Balance

  • Strengthens Muscles

  • Relieves Tension

  • Improves Breathing

  • Enhances Awareness

  • Provides Versatility

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Yoga Trapeze Class

Benefits of the Yoga Trapeze®
Inversion therapy and its benefits have been studied in clinical trials, primarily with inversion tables and inversion chairs. We assume that the data translates into inversion therapy using the Yoga Trapeze, but there are surely some differences we’ve yet to discover. With that in mind, look at the research and draw your own conclusions with practice.

Regularly reported benefits:

  • Instant traction on the spine (within two to three minutes)

  • Relief of back pain and possibly sciatica

  • Core strength development

  • Deeper backbends and more open shoulders

  • Functional upper body and full body strength development

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