Yoga is the ultimate exercise and means of self-awareness


Its origins are traced in Northern India during the first millennium B.C. and as all human centered practices, has continued to evolve, refining its practices as new knowledge is introduced and incorporated. The Sanskrit word yoga is commonly interpreted as ‘union’, but it’s worth saying that its primary meaning has always been that of focus on the cultivation of the deepest awareness of the self. Yoga combines the dimensions of Mind (calm mental/emotional focus), Energy (life-force cultivation through breathing practices) and Body (movement and postures).



Yoga is for everyone; it suits any body shape or life stage (Kids, teens, pregnancy, middle and advanced years) and there are many practices of yoga to choose from. In our center, we will help you find the yoga practice for you, according to your ever changing needs and mood!

The most athletic and physically demanding form of yoga. The foundation of this ancient system discovered by the late Sri.T.Krishnamacharya and his disciple Pattabhi Jois in the 1930”s involves a series of set postures practiced in sequence. There are 6 sequences in all, the first is known as the Primary Series. A certain level of fitness is required to start Ashtanga.

It’s a magical, multi disciplinary path to health and self-development. It incorporates teachings from Taoist Yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Pranayama and Meditation. These magical fusions will reawaken your practice by helping cultivate strength, flexibility, grace and power.