Gentle Yoga

In these classes, a slower pace is maintained to be fully mindful of breath, body, and emerging sensations. These classes aim to relieve congestion in the body through stretches, pranayama, and meditation. Ideal for individuals with limited mobility, recovering from injuries, and pregnant women.

Hatha Yoga

This is the classical style of yoga. We practice breathing techniques, postures, and alignment. It’s an active class where we sequence with the most traditional postures.

Vinyasa Yoga

A more dynamic form of yoga, based on the practice of Hatha Yoga. This group is the most demanding in terms of strength and flexibility; we synchronize breath and movement, work on endurance, and presence in effort.

Jivamukti Yoga

It’s an active vinyasa yoga that combines asanas and movements very consciously with breath, meditation, mantra chanting, and relaxation. It was founded by Sharon Gannon and David Life in 1986 in New York with the purpose of being based on the ancient teachings of yoga and adapting them to modern lifestyle.

Jivamukti yoga classes are taught by Lily Sielaff.

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Kundalini yoga

Suitable for everyone, it focuses less on “stretching” itself and more on its correspondence with training your attitude and mind. In Kundalini, dynamic postures, breathing, meditation, and mantra chanting are practiced.


A discipline based on developing internal muscles, which helps maintain body balance and provides firmness while strengthening the spine. For this reason, Pilates is a method commonly used for rehabilitation, alleviating back pain, and correcting posture.

Pilates Foam Roller

First, let us tell you that the Foam Roller is a high-density foam roller that, when applied to the Pilates Method, is an ideal complement for stretching during sessions. It’s fantastic as a tool for treating muscle overload, pain, and contractions.

Ideal for activating the body’s deep muscles while working on balance.

It helps align our spine, increase flexibility, strengthen back muscles, and improve posture.

Pilates Fitball

The Fitball is a large air-filled ball. It is widely used for toning and strengthening, especially the abdominals and lower back.

Due to its shape, the ball requires people to adopt an upright posture, which helps prevent or rehabilitate back problems. Another common use is for pregnant women, as its use encourages the fetus to position itself better.

Pilates Flexi Ring
(Magic Circle)

The magic circle or Pilates ring was a creation of Joseph Pilates himself. It’s a ring about 40cm in diameter made of a semi-flexible material, with two handles or grips on the sides.

It helps align and stabilize our shoulder girdle and improve our axial elongation. It also aids in stabilizing the pelvic girdle.

Being made of a flexible material, it helps us work on the strength of our arms and legs, especially in an isometric manner.

Hypopressive Method

Next October, we will start with hypopressive classes. In these classes, we will perform postural and respiratory exercises that cause a decrease in internal pressure, at the thoracic, abdominal, and pelvic levels. This improves the tone and elasticity of the diaphragm and pelvic floor, as well as the alignment of our body posture.

In these 45-minute classes, we will combine a bit of theory (understanding what we do, how we do it, and why), body awareness, breathing exercises, and hypopressive techniques.