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Ayurvedic Yoga

Our unique yoga style teachings offer a beautiful blend of Ayurvedic principles with the ease and flow of yoga. Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine that emphasizes the importance of balance and harmony within the body, mind, and spirit. The principles of Ayurveda are woven seamlessly into our yoga style, creating a holistic practice that nurtures the whole person.

In our classes, you can expect a dynamic and fluid yoga flow practice that is accessible to all levels of practitioners. The flow sequences are designed to build strength, flexibility, and endurance, while also promoting relaxation and inner peace. With an emphasis on breath awareness and mindfulness, our yoga style teachings encourage a deeper connection to the present moment and to one's own body.

We also incorporate Ayurvedic principles into our yoga style teachings, such as the use of meditation and pranayama (breathing techniques) to balance the doshas (the three energies that govern the body and mind). Our experienced teachers guide students through practices that are tailored to their individual needs, ensuring a personalized and transformative experience.

Whether you are new to yoga or an experienced practitioner, our unique yoga style teachings provide a safe and supportive environment for exploring your practice and cultivating a deeper connection to yourself. Come join us and experience the beauty and harmony of Ayurveda blended with the ease and flow of yoga.

We offer yoga classes based on the ancient practice that involves physical postures, breathing techniques, meditation, and mindfulness. We offer many different types of yoga classes, each with its own unique benefits and characteristics. Some of our most amazing yoga classes are described below:

  1. Vinyasa Yoga: This is a dynamic style of yoga that focuses on the synchronization of breath and movement. In a typical vinyasa class, you will move through a series of poses in a flowing, continuous sequence.
  2. Hatha Yoga: Hatha yoga is a gentle, slower-paced style that emphasizes proper alignment and breath control. This type of yoga is great for beginners or anyone looking for a more relaxing practice.
  3. Restorative Yoga: Restorative yoga is a deeply relaxing and nurturing practice that uses props (such as blankets, bolsters, and blocks) to support the body in gentle, restful poses. This type of yoga is great for anyone dealing with stress or anxiety.
  4. Ashtanga Yoga: Ashtanga yoga is a physically demanding practice that involves a set series of poses (known as the "primary series") that are performed in a specific order. This type of yoga is great for anyone looking for a more athletic challenge.
  5. Kundalini Yoga: Kundalini yoga is a spiritual practice that involves chanting, meditation, and breathing exercises in addition to physical postures. This type of yoga is great for anyone interested in exploring the deeper aspects of yoga.

Regardless of which one of our yoga classes you choose, the benefits of regular practice are numerous. Yoga can improve flexibility, strength, balance, and posture, as well as reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. It's a great way to connect with your body and cultivate mindfulness, and the sense of community and support in many yoga classes can be truly amazing.


About The Host
Arjan Kai

Arjan Kai

Arjan Kai

An "arjan" or "master" in spirituality refers to someone who has achieved an extremely high level of spiritual understanding, realization, and mastery.

​Our wellness center is guided by Arjan Kai.

Arjan Kai has spent her entire life to studying and researching various spiritual traditions, scriptures, and teachings.

Arjan Kai seeked out the guidance of master teachers in India, Thailand, China and Egypt, attend years of training, and engage in daily meditation and other spiritual practices to deepen their understanding of spiritual principles and concepts.