In Slow Flow breath and movement are connected. Time is given to find alignment and to refine and strengthen the poses. Slow Flow allows the practitioner to become familiar with his or her body, to create a thoughtful pause and find the time to go inward.
Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with seated poses held for extended periods. It works on the connective tissues of the ligaments, fascia, joints, and bones through passive postures. Yin is also a profoundly relaxing and meditative practice that will help you find your inner peace.
In Restorative Yoga, prolonged periods are spent lying on blocks, blankets, and yoga bolster to relax body and mind. There are fewer poses throughout the class, and many of them are modified to make them more comfortable and relaxing. Restorative yoga focuses on winding down after a long day and letting go of all tensions.
In Vinyasa Yoga breath and movement are joined, creating a steady rhythm. It is a very physical and active form of yoga focusing on sun salutations, standing and seated positions, backbends and arm balances coordinated with inhalations and exhalations.
Yin Yasa fuses two disciplines: Yin – a style of long-held, passive and restorative poses performed slowly and gently, and Yasa – where more fluent and energizing sequences are coordinated with the breath.