YOGA CLASSES at Yogi Wall
|Thurs May 27th||7:30pm||Slow Hatha Yoga + Restorative||1 hour||Angel|
|Tue 8th||7:30pm||Yin Yoga||1 hour||Angel|
|Thurs 10th||7:30pm||Slow Hatha Yoga + Restorative||1 hour||Angel|
|Sat 12th||7:00am||Hatha Yoga||1 hour||Angel|
|Sun 13th||7:00am||Vinyasa Flow||1 hour||Angel|
|Tue 15th||7:30pm||Yin Yoga||1 hour||Angel|
|Thurs 17th||7:30pm||Slow Hatha Yoga + Restorative||1 hour||Angel|
|Sat 19th||7:00am||Hatha Yoga||1 hour||Angel|
|Sun 20th||7:00am||Vinyasa Flow||1 hour||Angel|
|Tue 22nd||7:30pm||Yin Yoga||1 hour||Angel|
|Thurs 24th||7:30pm||Slow Hatha Yoga + Restorative||1 hour||Angel|
|Sat 26th||7:00am||Hatha Yoga||1 hour||Angel|
|Sun 27th||7:00am||Vinyasa Flow||1 hour||Angel|
||Yin Yoga||1 hour||Angel|
Reservations are not required for drop in classes, just arrive 10 minutes before the class to register.
If you want to book a private group, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book in advance.
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Yoga @ Yogi Wall
Drop-In Class: $20 (cash only)
Class Package: 10 Classes $175*
Class Package: 15 Classes $225*
Monthly unlimited classes: $185
Weekly unlimited classes: $60
*Valid for 3 months
Private Class: $85 (one to one)
Group Private: $125 (up to 6 people)
3 month unlimited classes: $450
6 month unlimited classes: $750
Please arrive 15 min before all classes
Yogi Wall Location: South East Side Rd – ¼ mile from Cayman Breakers on Bluff Side.
Info: email@example.com – Tel: 1-345-936-BRAC (2722)
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What is the best class for you?
Hatha Yoga – Beginner/Intermediate
This class emphasizes the foundation of asanas (poses) and the breath. Combines traditional hatha yoga teaching, healthy alignment and breathing techniques that calm the mind and open the heart while providing a physical practice that strengthens the body and promotes overall flexibility.
Vinyasa Flow – Intermediate/Advanced
An active class that coordinates movement with the breath to flow from one asana (pose) to the next to attain balance in body and mind using a dynamic, creative, intentional and more challenging sequencing with awareness and mindfulness. An understanding of basic postures is recommended.
Restorative – All Levels
A gentle class for all levels, with longer holds of asanas (3-5 min) designed to release tension held deep in the connective tissues of the body. Creating a deeper relaxation, balancing the nervous system and promoting regenerative healing that reduces stress.
Mindfulness Meditation – All Levels
30 minutes of silent meditation and an opportunity to open to presence and the intuitive, receptive pathways of the brain. With practice, this brings an increased level of concentration, mental clarity, and awareness of our emotions. Pranayama (breathing exercises) might apply to help on concentration.
Full Moon Yoga – Chandra Namaskar (Moon Salutations) – Intermediate
A sequence which reveres and honors the energy of the moon, it involves moving to the right and left, and facing the long edge of the mat. The side stretches and circular movements of the sequence can be considered to represent the phases of the moon as it waxes and wanes. Chandra Namaskara is considered more yin in nature than the intrinsically yang Surya Namaskara. As such, Chandra Namaskara is a more cooling, meditative sequence of postures, which is ideally to be practiced in the evening.
Chakra Hatha Yoga – All Levels
A gentle Hatha Yoga using asanas (yoga poses) and pranayama (controlled breath) to cleanse, balance, and open the chakras, the subtle energy centers of the human body. The class starts off with slow sun salutations followed by longer holds of asanas. A meditative sequence of 7 asanas, each one dedicated to one of the chakras, helps sharpen the mind while balancing and opening the chakras.
Women’s Therapeutic Movement through Arabic Dance
Women’s therapeutic movement brings a fun aspect to the divine feminine connection to the self and other women, along with a great workout for the body. The class focuses on using Arabic / belly dancing movements for posture, toning of the muscles and fluidity within the body. The types of movements used within the class have wonderful health benefits for women they have been known to help relieve back and joint pain, assist in losing weight, helping in relieve of PMS, menopause, childbirth and uplifting self-confidence.
The word Mandala in Sanskrit means circle, making Mandalas is an enlightened art. Anyone can paint forms and colors’. There is no need to be an artist to paint a mandala. Mandala painting is not an art form of learning how to paint. It is a joyful happening. Making Mandalas is a meditation technique, created from an empty and silence space. The center of the mandala symbolizes the core of our being, that which we are in essence. This center is surrounded by certain patterns, which symbolize our personality, body, mind and emotions. The outer circle symbolizes our connection to the outer world.
Eight Limbs of Yoga – Study & Practice
This is an introduction to the Eight Limbs of Yoga using a practical, hands-on approach. Our goal is to better understand Yoga Philosophy and help students grasp the benefits of the practice as a whole, rather than just focusing on the asanas, or poses. Yoga is a science of the mind, an art and a philosophy aimed to understand life’s most important questions. It touches the life of a person at every level: physical, mental, and spiritual. Yoga invites us to let go of masks and old stories and live in a deeper state of awareness.
Yin yoga is about finding stillness and cooling the body, sitting or lying on the floor. There are no planks, no warriors, no core work, no dynamic sun salutations or standing poses. The pace is slow, so you need to wear comfortable clothes, the class focuses and works the deeper levels of the body, mind and soul. Yin postures are held for longer, than in other yoga practices, 3-6 minutes allowing for a deeper journey into the fascia, yin-tissues, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and joints of the body. Yin allows a more profound connection to the meditative aspects of yoga and creates a mindful heartfelt approach to yoga practice.