If you are new to yoga, I would recommend trying a Beginner Yoga class. You'll get simple stretching, basic yoga movement and sun saluation to develop a better connection between body and mind.
Hatha Basic runs through a sequence of simple asanas and breathing exercises. The instructor explains in more details about different asanas, pose refinement. The practice is designed to align the body, mind, and spirit, preparing you for advanced practise.
In Hatha Yoga, the poses are performed slowly, statically, and are held for longer than in a Hatha Basic class. This pace challenges your strength and flexibility. The instructor provides assistance for the students are willing to challenge themselves and approach advanced poses, such as head stand.
Slim yoga incorporates yoga and fitness, which focuses on controlling both the posture and the breath. Like all physical activities epsecially core training and twisting, it helps to releases toxins through sweat and burns more calories than most traditional forms of yoga. Therefore it can help with weight loss.helps on loosing weight and improving the shape of your body.
Backbends are one of the main categories of yoga poses. Practicing backbends open up the front body, increase your hip flexibility, and improve the mobility of your lumbar and thoracic spine.
In the class, you will practice various backbend yoga postures from shallow to deep and teach you how to correctly use body flexibility and muscle strength to complete backbends.
Detox flow focuses on stimulating the digestive system with the purpose of aiding the detoxification of the body. Students will experience sequences of poses including twists, bends and stretches that massage the digestive organs as well as to improve the lung capacity.
Vinyasa flow is a dynamic yoga style characterized by continual movements that flow in harmony with the breath. The poses in a Vinyasa class are linked together to form a fast-paced sequence with the main focus on building strength and flexibility.
Yoga balances runs through a series of balance activity which ensures the core, arm and leg are fully engaged and active. Stability, controlled breathing and body strength are enhanced by doing balancing postures.
For experienced practitioners, it is a good opportunity to challenge themselves.