Hatha Yoga Classes
Hatha is an asana (posture) practice focused on connecting the body and mind by working on safe alignments for stability, exploring body sensations and breath quality while holding postures. Postures are introduced one by one. The purpose is to safely work on posture techniques through a slow and steady practice.
Suitable for beginners without any yoga experience. You may expect preparation poses for inversions but no full inversion are being taught in this class.
Hatha yoga classes are conducted for 60 minutes per session. We structure all our classes in a hoslistic approach with 5-min opening breath and body awareness meditation and a short breathing exercise (pranayama) followed by a quick joints mobilization warm up of 5-10 minutes. The main practice will follow for about 30-40 minutes with standing, sitting, prone and supines postures being introduced in a slow pace. Even though Hatha practice is a beginners friendly class, we do have higher-level practitioners joining the class sometimes, hence we do offer options for difficult poses but we don't focus on teaching these poses in our Hatha classes. We always allow time for cool down and relaxation (savasana).
We deliver all our classes in-person in our yoga studio located in Parramatta, Western Sydney and at the same time via Zoom. Virtual yoga classes are the new normal given the situation around COVID-19. We have very good feedback on our audio and video quality for our virtual yoga classes. Many practitioners say they feel like they are practicing in the studio.
We may use props for this class like yoga blocks, straps, bosters, cushions, blankets, chairs and wall.
Hatha Flow Yoga Training Sessions
In a Hatha flow class, postures are linked in a sequence, some postures are used as transitions, some are main postures.
We teach the main postures from the sequence in Hatha style with breakdowns of the techniques, focus on anatomical alignments, breath regulations and body sensation awareness. Then after, we put all those poses in a slow-paced flow with 3-5 breaths holding time on the main postures.
Suitable for beginners with little experience in Yoga. Hatha Flow is an open level class. We offer options for more challenging postures like arm balances and inversions. Depending on the class's ability, we may teach simple inversions and arms balancing poses using props like walls, blocks, chair etc.
Best Intermediate Yoga Class
in Parramatta, Sydney
Intermediate practice is the class for intermediate yogis looking to take their practice further, exploring on challenging poses like , full split, arm balancing, deep back bending and inversions.
Beginner practitioners who have been practicing yoga regularly 2-3 times a week for a few months may practice in this class as our teachers are experienced in giving you options to modify your practice. This class is not suitable for absolute beginners.
In our Intermediate yoga class, we practice both Vinyasa and Hatha style. We aim to build cardio stamina and endurance with one breath one movement Vinyasa flow. The Hatha practice will allow enough time for yogis to explore and feel the poses. The teacher will help the practitioners to work on deepening the poses by providing verbal cues or hands on adjustment.
We introduce the full inversions in this class. Those who are still building up toward the full inversion will be guided with techniques to modify and work around their current ability.
We pride to offer one of the best Intermediate yoga classes in Parramatta, Western Sydney. Our practitioners have benefited alot from our training within a short period of time moving from a beginner level to an intermediate level with the care and attention they receive from our small group training sessions.