These are Pilates classes that focus on total-body coordination. Pilates practice uses your own body weight and defeats gravity to develop flexibility and strength. The equipment used in the practice also makes movements easier and more effective in exercises built and inspired by Joseph Pilates, the founder of the discipline.

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The postures practiced with Yoga Ball are usually soft, flexible, gentle and it works to improve flexibility for joints. Helps strengthen the lower body, specifically the back, abdomen and buttocks, making these muscle group firmer, stronger and more supple. Supports effective weight loss exercise, has the effect of burning excess fat in the abdomen, waist and hips very effectively.

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Yin yoga integrates the principle of hatha yoga and qigong, based on the Taoist concept of yin yang. Yin Yoga focuses on connective tissues (ligaments and tendons) rather than muscles. It doesn’t focus on warming up muscles or moving quickly, but instead, Yin Yoga encourages stretching with poses, which are relatively passive and can be performed with props. Each pose may have be held for at least 3 minutes or more.

Mains benefit of Yin Yoga:

    • Tranquility: calms and balances mind and body 
    • Reduces stress and anxiety
    • Increase circulation
    • Improved flexibility
    • Fascial release
    • Better joint mobility
    • Balance internal organs and improves energy flow through meridian stimulation
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