7.30AM | Wakeup Yoga | Devina
9AM | Hatha | Devina
6.30 PM | After-office Yoga | Claudy
7.45 PM | Restorative | Claudy
5.00PM | Basic Yoga | Claudy
7.45PM | Yin Yoga | Claudy
9.30AM | Stretch & Release | Devina
7.30AM | Vinyasa | Devina
9.00AM | Backbend | Devina
All classes are for 1 hour
TYPE OF YOGA CLASS
Following are the brief explanation for the different type of yoga provided in Karuna Yoga Studio.
Each types of yoga has its own unique style and benefits. Sometimes, you might even encounter a mix of those types of yoga in the same class. Keep exploring, and hopefully one day, you will find the one that is right for you.
We will continue to change the combination of yoga class in the schedule to ensure you have the opportunity to experience all types of yoga available (except those stated 'Private Session Only').
Vinyasa Yoga focuses on linking breath with movement and build strength and endurance as you push the edge of your balance and flexibility. Vinyasa doesn’t have a fixed system of movements. The practice is dynamic.
(Private Session Only)
Prenatal yoga is a form of Gentle Yoga that is designed to complement the growing needs of a pregnant body during all three trimesters. The focus is on restorative poses that keep you safe while practicing movement, stretching, deep breathing, and mental centering.
This specialized class combines the use of a yoga wheel with traditional asanas. The yoga wheel is a hollow, circular shaped prop designed for aiding stretching, releasing tension and improving flexibility.
During the Inside Flow class, you gently move from one posture to another carried by the music. Inside Flow has different sequences with slow, fast, upbeat, relaxing songs starting from hip hop to pop music. It is an evolution of Vinyasa Yoga!
Yin Yoga is a passive style of yoga in which poses are held at least 1-2 minutes. They are all in seated postures and you are supposed to let gravity do most of the work, so it is very relaxing type of class. Unlike other styles of yoga, the practice of Yin Yoga is more inwards and meditative.
Hatha yoga focuses on posture and breathing techniques, practiced more slowly and with more static posture holds than Vinyasa.
Gentle yoga is a style of practice that focuses on stretching and breathing, not feats of strength or extreme flexibility.
Yin + Myofascial Release
This class is essentially myofascial release in yin yoga poses. The powerful combination of Myofascial Release and Yin Yoga is a comprehensive and effective method that not only relieves and eliminates pain but also increases mobility and flexibility. In this practice , you will work with the fascia system in the body, hence rehydrates connective tissue.
Yoga with Weight
A yoga class in which light hand weights are added to many yoga postures during asana practice. Incorporating free weights into your practice can help build strength in certain stabilizing muscles. Prepare to get stronger and leaner!
Yoga for Scoliosis
(Private Session Only)
This class emphasizes on strengthening the muscles around the spine and bringing awareness to the muscles imbalances due to scoliosis. Stronger muscles can help with better spinal alignment, which is also associated with reduced pain in people with scoliosis.
Ashtanga is a very dynamic and athletic form of Hatha Yoga, made up of six series or levels, with a fixed order of postures. The practice demands an intense level of physical strength, flexibility, and endurance, which explains why many people see it as a rigorous and challenging workout.
Yoga for Kids
Yoga helps strengthen children's growing bodies and helps them improve their flexibility, which can reduce their chance of injury. Yoga can reduce challenging behaviors in the classroom by providing a physical outlet for children to express themselves.
Intro to Yoga
It is a class specially programmed for first timer in yoga practice. This class will cover basic alignment and beginner yoga postures. Everything you need to embark on your yoga journey.
Restorative yoga is a restful practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. Through the use of props (like, yoga blocks, blankets and bolster) for support, many of the postures are held almost effortlessly. It is a practice of deep relaxation.