Vinyasa Synergy YogaRocket YogaHatha Vinyasa Yoga
Dynamic and energetic yoga inspired in the Yoga Synergy method, a fusion of traditional Hathaway Yoga, internal martial arts and western physiotherapy that offer the opportunity to cultivate energy and integral health in a safe and efficient way for the modern western body… Level I Classes for all levels with instructions and variations for each posture… Level II Dynamic clases with more flow, working on transitions between postures with less instruction where the student can take their practice to their level.
Rocket Yoga is a flowy and dynamic style, a combination and re-structuration of Ashtanga first and second series. Rocket eliminates de hierarchy of the series of postures of the traditional Ashtanga and gives the practitiones the control over their own personal creative process. It is a strong and fun practice that gives challenges to help you work on your physical body as well as your concentration.
This vibrant rutine is called Rocket because “it takes you there faster”. Larry Schultz, his creator, said: “Rocket Yoga is designed to awaken the nervous system and feed it with precious Prana (energy)”. It is a demanding practice but adaptable to each student, recognizing our limitations as well as perceving new possibilities that may open in front of you. A beautiful path to walk on, both challenging and harmonizing.
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a form of dynamic yoga. It differs from Hatha yoga in the practice of Vinyasa. Vinyasa literally means “synchronized system of movements and breath”. And this are the movements that link postures together. Each posture is meticulously designed with a number of movements and breaths so the practitioner advances by linking the postures following the rhythm of movements and breaths. The sequence is always the same and the student will keep adding postures as their practice advances and progresses.
Apart from the system of vinyasa, other elements that will be very important in the Ashtanga practice are: Ujjayi breath (pranayama), Bandhas (energetic locks), and Drishti (the gaze). These three elements help the practitioner to concentrate and increase the energy through the practice.
A dynamic and fluid practice where the postures are sustained by the body and connected through a rhythmic breath so that strength and energy are built in the body. All the Hatha Vinyasa classes are multilevel and accessible to all. The teachers will offer variations for those more advanced and instructions for the more beginners.