Bikram Yoga

The well-known Bikram yoga is a dynamic yoga practice in a room heated to 40 degrees with a high humidity. The classes are 90 minutes long and consist of 26 postures. The 26 postures work the body inside out, from little finger to the little toe. Bikram is a great cardio workout, helping to detoxify and cleanse the body, it is a great aid for arthritis and those suffering from Diabetes, regulating the thyroid, lowering stress or anxiety, and balancing out the emotions. The body will sweat and detox, and most of all the feeling after your class is worth every minute in the Hot Voyoga room.

This class is available in the Classic 90 minute and Express 60-Minute session.

 

Hot Voyoga

Hot Voyoga 75, practiced in a heated room of 41 degrees the sequence is 1 set of each posture, it is a new hot room sequence that has been created for the advanced avid hot Room yogi. It compliments your Bikram Practice and any other Hot Yoga and gives you that variation that we all need in your practice. The postures are designed to flow in and out with deep stretching and focus on your balance.

The sequence consists of a 2 breathing postures and a 20-Minute warm up, flowing into a balancing standing series. Your practice will take you into a relaxing savasana, allowing the body to recuperate and reap the benefits of your practice.

The floor series is designed to work the body inside out focusing on yoga therapy on the spine, which can relieve lower back problems. Postures that will challenge your physical and mental awareness also detoxify the mind and the body, leaving you with that original feeling of being energized, fresh and rejuvenated and glad you stepped into the hot room.

Hot Voyoga 60 is the ultimate hot yoga express class, which condenses the Hot Voyoga 75, descends for all those people who have limited time to practice but can still gain the same benefits as a normal 75-Minute class.

 

Hot Vinyasa Flow

Called flow because of the smooth way that the poses run together, is one of the most popular contemporary styles of yoga. A similar class of regular Vinyasa Yoga but in a heated room. Develop skills of concentration and patience that help focus the mind as you deepen your strength, poses, and practice, while it sweating out!

 

Hot Absolute

Absolute Hot Yoga consists of 50 classic Hatha Yoga poses taught in a heated room.

There are many poses including upper body strength, core strength and hip openers that keep students engaged and challenged long term. It’s fun and challenging, very easily modified into 60 or 75-minute classes as needed. It’s hot, sweaty and fun.

 

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga, which means “eight limbs” in Sanskit, is a fast-paced, intense style of yoga. It is a set sequence usually in the same order. Synchronizing the breath with the progressive series of postures, producing an intense internal heat as well as a profuse and purifying sweat that helps with detoxification of the muscles and organs of the body.

This style of yoga is powerful, as it is a flow of intense yoga movements, beautiful graceful and elegant in its poses. Usually recommended for the more advanced yogi or those who fancy challenging themselves.

Physical benefits of Ashtanga include developing strength and flexibility, toning muscles and lubricating joints whilst massaging the internal organs, releasing chronic tension, improving circulation, whilst also promoting self-awareness and mental clarity.

A completely energizing and refreshing experience.

 

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement,” and Vinyasa yoga is a series of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling. Vinyasa movements are smoothly flowing and almost dance-like, which explains why it is sometimes referred to as a Flow.

 

Pilates

A 60-Minute class designed to strengthen the core, whilst creating flexibility and mobility in the joints and muscles, bringing awareness throughout the body. Concentrating on strength and tone, helping to alleviate back pain, lengthen and strengthen the spine, focusing on correct posture mechanics an improved performance in any other form of exercise throughout your daily life.

During the class, small equipment such as hand-held weights, bands and the stability ball, may be used to challenge and aid the execution of each exercise.

 

Swing Yoga

At Voyoga we have a special swing yoga room, operational 7 days a week. Our gravatonic swings have been designed in Australia specifically for Voyoga bearing our brand name, made of parachute material, so while light in weight they are heavy duty for usage.

Swing yoga is perfect for beginner and regular practitioners. It is excellent for spine alignment and hip opening, to name just a few of its benefits.

As a therapeutic relief for compressed joints, Swing yoga allows the muscles to balance giving you the ability to strengthen and stretch and is the perfect aid to any inversion therapy practice creating a lovely gentle traction of the spine. It can also help to alleviate tension and pain within the muscles as well as increasing joint mobility and flexibility, circulation of the blood and energy levels.

So, if you are looking to work in a particular area of the body, then swing is the perfect choice for you. Make sure you speak with our fabulous teachers so that they can cater the classes to your needs.

We have also made Swing yoga available in our private room for one-on-one and private sessions.

 

Hatha Yoga

Hatha simply refers to the practice of physical yoga postures, meaning your Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Iyengar, and Power Yoga classes are all Hatha Yoga. The word “hatha” can be translated two ways: as “willful” or “forceful,” or the yoga of action, and as “sun” (ha) and “moon” (tha), the yoga of balance.

Hatha is a system of physical exercises and breathing control used in yoga. In comparison to Vinyasa, Hatha has a more controlled set of sequencings. Each posture is held for a certain number of breaths to build up strength, endurance, and flexibility into the postures. Allowing for a control over breath.

 

Power Yoga

Power Yoga is definitely an intense workout that will make you sweat. A traditional Ashtanga practice follows the same series of poses and makes you hold each for five breaths before moving through a Vinyasa. Power Yoga classes move with an even faster rhythm.

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