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Natascha Zeller Resident Yogi

Heart Openers Yoga

Chest openers, also called heart openers or back bends, counteract the all-too-familiar postures of hunching over a computer orbsteering wheel. By lifting your heart,bmoving your shoulders back and lengthening the front and back of your body, you decrease back pain and shoulder tightness, andbimprove your spirits.

Chandra Namaskar

Calming the mind and body down with grounding flowing movement as the sun sets and the moon rises.

Vinyasa Flow

Offering a well-rounded dynamic practice which can evoke the same kind of joy & freedom in the body as that which can also be felt through dance, with the added benefits of applying correct alignment with breathing technique, creating an inner sense of calm silent strength.

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Hip Openers Yoga

While most yoga poses involve the muscles around the hips and pelvis in some way, hip openers are a specific group of asanas whose main anatomical function is to maintain and develop a healthy range of motion in the hips Loosen tight hips, improve your range of motion, circulation and alleviate back pain in these hip opening yoga poses.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga can be a superb complement to all kinds of sporting activities, helping tightened muscles to stretch out and relax . Yoga Nidra -a deep relaxation technique also known as Yogic Sleep , may also be incorporated and by using bolsters , blocks , straps and blankets , the body can ‘surrender into a posture’ without having to hold onto it , as the bolsters / blocks do that for you . Thus a deep relax , release and peaceful sleep can be some of the many benefits when taking these classes.