Dhakatha Yoga Yoga Class (In Person) Group Class

60 Minutes

Dhakatha Yoga Yoga Class (In Person) Group Class
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In my daily life, the practice of yoga acts as the best medicine. ✨ It calms my mind, clears my thoughts, dispels confusion, helps me make better decisions, strengthens my determination and discipline for everything I do in life. Through constant and dedicated practice, yoga has helped me overcome self-sabotage, connecting me with internal dialogue that reminds me I am capable of more than I imagine.

I enjoy a body that is strong, flexible, resilient, ready to function at its optimal state—a body that is constantly improving. Most of the time, I experience a content heart, and when my emotions become unbalanced, through the practice of yoga, I have learned to return to balance faster and in a gentler way each time.

Yoga is my medicine, and the only side effects are more love for my body, for myself, and for everything that brings me well-being.

A typical 75-minute group yoga class is designed to provide a comprehensive yoga experience within a specified time-frame. The exact structure and sequence of poses may vary depending on the style of yoga being practiced and the preferences of the instructor.

However, here's a general outline of what you might expect in a 75-minute yoga class:

  1. Warm-up and centering (5 minutes): The class usually begins with a brief period of centering, where participants focus on their breath and bring their attention to the present moment. This may be followed by gentle warm-up exercises, such as joint rotations or simple stretches to prepare the body for the practice.
  2. Sun salutations or dynamic movements (10 minutes): Many yoga classes incorporate a series of sun salutations or other dynamic movements to warm up the body further. Sun salutations are a flowing sequence of poses that combine movements like forward folds, lunges, and downward-facing dog.
  3. Standing poses and balance postures (15-20 minutes): This section of the class focuses on standing poses, which help build strength, balance, and stability. Poses like warrior poses, tree pose, or triangle pose may be included. The instructor may guide the class through a series of poses on both sides of the body.
  4. Floor poses and seated postures (10-15 minutes): The class transitions to floor poses and seated postures, which allow for deeper stretching and relaxation. Poses like seated forward folds, twists, or hip openers may be practiced. The instructor may encourage proper alignment and provide modifications to accommodate different levels of flexibility.
  5. Core strengthening and inversions (5-10 minutes): This segment focuses on core-strengthening exercises, such as boat pose or plank variations. Inversions, such as downward-facing dog or shoulder stand, may also be introduced. Modifications or alternatives will be provided for those who prefer to keep their feet on the ground.
  6. Relaxation and Savasana (final relaxation) (10 minutes): The class concludes with a period of relaxation and Savasana (corpse pose). Participants lie down on their mats, allowing their bodies to rest and integrate the benefits of the practice. The instructor may guide a brief meditation or provide calming cues to help release tension and promote a sense of peace.

Throughout the class, the instructor may incorporate breath awareness, mindfulness cues, and occasional moments of silence to deepen the mind-body connection. The pace of the class can vary, with some instructors emphasizing a more gentle and meditative approach, while others may offer a more vigorous and energetic session. It's important to note that this is a generalized description, and specific class structures may vary depending on the style and preference of the instructor.