The Yogi Wall is located in Cayman Brac. Nestled between the bluff and the sea, our outdoor studio provides an unique and unforgettable experience for everyone who enters this sacred place. We offer weekly yoga classes, workshops and retreats.

 

“What you are looking for is what is looking” – St. Francis of Assisi

 

March Schedule

Weekly Yoga Classes

Monday –  Restorative Yoga 7:30pm to 8:30pm

Tuesday –  Hatha Yoga 8:00am to 9:00am

Wednesday – Yin Yoga – 7:30pm to 8:30pm

Thursday – Hatha Yoga – 8:00am to 9:00am

Sunday – Hatha Flow – 8:00am to 9:00am

 

We have mats and props at the Yogi Wall. Reservation isn’t required prior to the class. Drop in is welcome, please just arrive 10 minutes before a class to register.

Prices are on the bottom of the page. Email for questions on yoga@climb.ky

 

Mondays (Evenings)

7:30pm to 8:30pm – Restorative Yoga – All Levels

Sink into the gentle embrace of restorative postures that cater to all levels of practitioners. With the support of props like blankets, blocks, and straps, you’ll effortlessly release tension, ease muscle stiffness, and promote a profound sense of calm. Through mindful breathing and prolonged holds, you’ll melt into each pose, allowing your body to surrender and open up to healing energy. 

Where are the night ocean filled with glints of light. We are the space between the fish and the moon, while we sit here together” Rumi

 

Tuesdays and Thursdays (Mornings)

8am to 9am – Hatha YogaAll Levels
We practice asanas (poses) in a contemplative way, slowly and gently, holding them for a while to get the most benefit. Hatha Yoga is more than just stretching the body, we are engaging with it – at every level. By our asana practice, we make it vibrate in various ways, the same way we would use a musical instrument. While in an asana, your focus is on gaining intimate knowledge of the body and its bio-energies. You observe the thoughts, emotions, sensation and actions that arise in and around you while remaining non-active. This is how we learn to bring grace, awareness and simplicity to our gestures.

Fuse the powers of the sacred heart with the energies of the body, and you can transform everything.” ~Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

 

Wednesdays (Evenings)

7:30pm to 8:30pm – Yin Yoga – All Levels
This class focuses on the deepest tissues of the body: our connective tissues, ligaments, joints, bones and the deep fascia. It also improves the energy flow in the organs offering wonderful emotional and mental health benefits. The asanas are held for an average of 5 minutes encouraging relaxation of the muscles and calmness of the mind.

The pose begins when you want to leave it” – Iyengar

 

Sundays (Mornings)

8am to 9:00am – Hatha Flow – All Levels

In this class we will practice asanas (poses) in a slightly more dynamic way, while remaining in alignment with the traditional principles of Hatha Yoga. Practicing with the primary focus on the intended effect of the pose rather than a strict view on how the posture looks, we can recognize how each asana impacts the mind and the ways in which the pose begins to shape our energy. Dynamic asanas help to build strength, deepen the connection to breath, and cultivate more stability, spaciousness and mental ease, preparing the mind and body for deepening static poses.

“Some form of self-discipline is necessary to transmute material desires into spiritual aspiration” – Paramahansa Yogananda

Prices

Drop in: CI $20

Weekly Pass (unlimited classes): CI $50

30 days Pass (unlimited classes): CI $150

Brac Resident Monthly Pass (unlimited classes): CI$125

Private Hatha Yoga

Single one-on-one: CI $85

Group Private: CI $125 (up to 6 people) at the Yogi Wall

Group Private: CI $165 (up to 6 people) at Your Location

10 Classes one-on-one private: CI $700 at the Yogi Wall

*Class packages are valid for 3 months

“Yoga is an art, a science and a philosophy. It touches the life of man at every level, physical, mental and spiritual. It is a practical method for making one’s life purposeful, useful and noble. As honey is sweet from any part of the honeycomb, so is yoga. It enables every part of the human system to became attuned to its essence, the conscious seer within. Yoga alone enables the practitioner to perceive an experience the word within and around himself, to touch the divine joy of all creations, and then to share that nectar of divine wealth and happiness with his fellow beings.” -B.K.S. Iyengar

 

Teachers

Angel Robledo – Brasil

Yoga Teacher RYT 500/ Yogi Wall Founder/ Rock Iguana Ltd. Co-Founder/ CBRAC Director

Angel has been practicing Yoga for more than a decade. Like many others in the West, she started practicing “for the physical benefit”.  She discovered the spiritual side of Yoga while practicing Traditional Hatha Yoga in an Ashram in Rishikeshi (India) in 2011, that was a shift on her practice that touched every part of her being, something way deeper than just moving the body into the asanas.  She is a certified yoga teacher, trained in Ashtanga, Iyengar and Traditional Hatha Yoga in Dharamsala, India and Hridaya Hatha Yoga and Meditation in France.

 “Yoga has transformed my life in so many ways: on the physical, energetic and mental level. Yoga can truly transform our entire being and help us to discover our true selves beyond body, mind and personality. The transformation comes from inside and reflects on our daily lives, the people around us and the entire Universe; as we are all connected. The Yogi Wall is a sacred place blessed by Mother Earth. It’s an opportunity for us to connect to our true self and nature, to discover the real meaning of oneness.”

 

Amy Letourneau – Canada

Yoga Teacher RYT 300/ Rock Climbing Assistant

Amy is a Caribbean born, Canadian raised yoga instructor, specializing in Traditional Hatha and Yin Yoga styles. Growing up actively between the ocean and the mountains, conscious movement and realignment of the body has always been a part of Amy’s life. Initially drawn to the gentler form of physical movement of Asanas, Amy soon became aware how much more of a role yoga can play to both calm and revitalize our entire being.  With a continued desire to dive deeper into the the yogic traditions, Amy has completed 300 Hrs training in Traditional Hatha, Ashtanga and Yin yoga. A strong believer in the breath’s connection to both the mind and body, Amy is excited to share the powers that yoga and breathwork can bring to others.

 

 

Mandy Schenkeymeyer – USA       

Yoga Teacher (200-Hour YTT), Rock Iguana Climbing Instructor

Mandy began practicing yoga nearly 20 years ago. She started teaching in 2014 to share her favorite practice for developing self-love, joy, and peace. Mandy enjoys light-hearted classes that embody the spirit of Lila, or play, and help us find home in our bodies. She has completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training through the Anusara School of Hatha Yoga. When not on the mat or the rock, Mandy can be found teaching college classes or completing her doctoral research.

 

 

 

Yogi Wall Location and Contact

1751, South Side East Rd. – Cayman Brac – Cayman Islands

Phone: 1-345-929-9469/ 1-345-936-2722

Email: yoga@climb.ky

Testimonials

“I love Yogi Wall! The beautiful outdoor setting nestled in nature is a joyful place to practice yoga.  For me, it is a beautiful way to reconnect  to my whole self.” -Jane Robertson, California, USA “I have been coming to Yogi Wall for a year. Angel has been my instructor and she freely shares her wealth of knowledge, heart and soul. Different classes are offered and my favorite is the serene, amazing evening class. Yoga under the stars! My time at Yogi Wall has been a truly grounding and spiritual experience.  The instruction goes far deeper than just physically improving the asanas, we also learn the deeper aspects of the yogi intuitive. A wonderful place for a great yoga session, peace and rejuvenation!” -Maggie, Cayman Brac