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Marta Carrascal

Hatha Vinyasa & Yoga Nidra

Hatha Vinyasa is a yoga practice that combines elements of Hatha Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga. Hatha Yoga focuses on postural alignment and breath control, while Vinyasa Yoga emphasizes the smooth movement from one pose to another in synchronization with the breath.

In Hatha Vinyasa, yoga poses are performed in dynamic sequences that flow smoothly from one pose to the next at a consistent pace. The practice emphasizes conscious breathing and the mind-body connection, while working on strength, flexibility, and stability.

The practice of Hatha Vinyasa can be customized to suit the individual needs and abilities of each person and can be intense or gentle depending on the intention and focus of the practice.

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Ema Ricci

Jivamukti Yoga

Jivamukti is a style of yoga that was founded by Sharon Gannon and David Life in New York in the 1980s. The term "Jivamukti" is derived from Sanskrit and means "liberation of the soul".

Jivamukti combines the physical practice of yoga with yogic philosophy, meditation, mantra chanting, and ethical reflection. Jivamukti practitioners focus on the practice of the "five principles," which are: ahimsa (non-violence), bhakti (devotion), nada (sound), dhyana (meditation), and shastra (study of sacred texts).

Jivamukti classes are often intense and challenging, with an emphasis on fluidity and connection between movements. Jivamukti teachers may also incorporate teachings on yogic philosophy and ethics into their classes.

Jivamukti is a popular style of yoga worldwide and focuses on the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of practitioners.

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Elise Tworkowski

Hatha Vinyasa & beginners

Hatha Vinyasa is a yoga practice that combines elements of Hatha Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga. Hatha Yoga focuses on postural alignment and breath control, while Vinyasa Yoga emphasizes the smooth movement from one pose to another in synchronization with the breath.

In Hatha Vinyasa, yoga poses are performed in dynamic sequences that flow smoothly from one pose to the next at a consistent pace. The practice emphasizes conscious breathing and the mind-body connection, while working on strength, flexibility, and stability.

The practice of Hatha Vinyasa can be customized to suit the individual needs and abilities of each person and can be intense or gentle depending on the intention and focus of the practice.

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Sara Serrano

Jivamukti Yoga

Jivamukti is a style of yoga that was founded by Sharon Gannon and David Life in New York in the 1980s. The term "Jivamukti" is derived from Sanskrit and means "liberation of the soul".

Jivamukti combines the physical practice of yoga with yogic philosophy, meditation, mantra chanting, and ethical reflection. Jivamukti practitioners focus on the practice of the "five principles," which are: ahimsa (non-violence), bhakti (devotion), nada (sound), dhyana (meditation), and shastra (study of sacred texts).

Jivamukti classes are often intense and challenging, with an emphasis on fluidity and connection between movements. Jivamukti teachers may also incorporate teachings on yogic philosophy and ethics into their classes.

Jivamukti is a popular style of yoga worldwide and focuses on the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of practitioners.

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Bety Aracil

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a style of yoga that focuses on passive and prolonged postures primarily performed on the floor. Instead of emphasizing movement and muscular strengthening, Yin Yoga focuses on stretching and relaxing the connective tissues of the body, such as ligaments, tendons, and fascia.

In a Yin Yoga session, postures are held for several minutes, allowing the body to slowly open up and deepen the stretch. Props such as blocks and blankets are often used to assist practitioners in holding the postures comfortably and safely.

Yin Yoga is also considered a meditative practice, as practitioners are encouraged to be present in the moment and observe their thoughts and physical sensations while performing the postures. It is believed that this practice can help alleviate stress, reduce anxiety, and increase flexibility and mobility in the body.

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Rocket Yoga is a dynamic and vigorous style of yoga that is based on the practice of Ashtanga Yoga. It was developed by Larry Schultz, a student of Ashtanga Yoga who wanted to make the practice more accessible and adaptable for practitioners of all skill levels.

Rocket Yoga is characterized by a series of fluid and creative sequences that incorporate traditional yoga postures, but with modifications and variations to suit the individual needs of the practitioners. The practice focuses on the flow of movement and breath, which helps improve flexibility, strength, and balance, as well as reduce stress and mental tension.

Rocket Yoga is known for its fun and energetic approach and can be an excellent choice for those seeking a more challenging and dynamic yoga practice.

However, it is recommended that practitioners have a solid foundation in yoga before trying Rocket Yoga, as it can be intense for those who are new to the practice.

Borja Carbo 

Rocket Yoga

Albert

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Meditación Zen

Zen meditation is a meditation practice that originated in the Zen Buddhist tradition, which focuses on mindfulness and concentration in the present moment. Zen meditation involves sitting in a comfortable posture and paying attention to the breath, as well as the thoughts and sensations that arise in the mind, without judging or clinging to them.

In Zen meditation, the aim is to cultivate a clear and calm mind through consistent and regular practice. Zen meditation may also involve contemplating philosophical questions or koans, which are paradoxes or unanswerable questions designed to challenge the mind and lead to a deeper understanding of the nature of reality.

Zen meditation has become increasingly popular worldwide as a practice for reducing stress, enhancing concentration and mental clarity, and promoting a sense of well-being and inner peace.

Carolina

Hatha Vinyasa & Jivamukti

Hatha Vinyasa is a yoga practice that combines elements of Hatha Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga. Hatha Yoga focuses on postural alignment and breath control, while Vinyasa Yoga emphasizes the smooth movement from one pose to another in synchronization with the breath.

In Hatha Vinyasa, yoga poses are performed in dynamic sequences that flow smoothly from one pose to the next at a consistent pace. The practice emphasizes conscious breathing and the mind-body connection, while working on strength, flexibility, and stability.

The practice of Hatha Vinyasa can be customized to suit the individual needs and abilities of each person and can be intense or gentle depending on the intention and focus of the practice.

Carlota Badia

Jivamukti Yoga

Jivamukti is a style of yoga that was founded by Sharon Gannon and David Life in New York in the 1980s. The term "Jivamukti" is derived from Sanskrit and means "liberation of the soul".

Jivamukti combines the physical practice of yoga with yogic philosophy, meditation, mantra chanting and ethical reflection. Jivamukti practitioners focus on the practice of the "five principles" which are: ahimsa (non-violence), bhakti (devotion), nada (sound), dhyana (meditation) and shastra (study of sacred texts).

Jivamukti classes are often intense and challenging, with a focus on fluidity and connection between movements. Jivamukti teachers may also include teachings on yogic philosophy and ethics in their classes.

Jivamukti is a popular style of yoga worldwide and focuses on the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of practitioners.

Meditación Zen

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Aleix Griño

Ashtanga Vinyasa estilo Mysore

El Ashtanga Vinyasa es un sistema de Yoga que cultiva la autopráctica como vía de conocimiento interno. Se estructura en secuencias establecidas que el alumno desarrolla según su constitución, experiencia y ritmo.
 
Fundado por Sri K Pattabji Jois en el siglo XX, se define por su intensidad y vigor, apto para todos los niveles. Se practica en formato de práctica individual asistida (estilo mysore), atendiendo a las necesidades de cada practicante.

 

Meditación Zen

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Caroline Coelho

Jivamukti Yoga & Kirtan

El Jivamukti es un estilo de yoga que fue fundado por Sharon Gannon y David Life en Nueva York en la década de 1980. El término "Jivamukti" se deriva del sánscrito y significa "liberación del alma".El Jivamukti combina la práctica física del yoga con la filosofía yóguica, la meditación, el canto de mantras y la reflexión ética. Los practicantes de Jivamukti se enfocan en la práctica de los "cinco principios" que son: ahimsa (no violencia), bhakti (devoción), nada (sonido), dhyana (meditación) y shastra (estudio de textos sagrados).
 
Las clases de Jivamukti suelen ser intensas y desafiantes, con un enfoque en la fluidez y la conexión entre los movimientos. Los profesores de Jivamukti también pueden incluir enseñanzas sobre la filosofía yóguica y la ética en sus clases.

El Jivamukti es un estilo de yoga popular en todo el mundo y se enfoca en el bienestar físico, mental y espiritual de los practicantes. 

 

Meditación Zen

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Roberto

Iyengar

El yoga iyengar es el método de yoga que practican aquellos que siguen la enseñanza del maestro B.K.S. Iyengar, quien, junto con sus hijos Geeta S. Iyengar y Prashant S. Iyengar, dirigió el Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute en Pune (India) hasta su fallecimiento.

El término "yoga iyengar" (en inglés: "Iyengar Yoga") fue, en un principio, acuñado por los propios alumnos de B.K.S. Iyengar, para diferenciar su método de enseñanza del de otros profesores. Finalmente la expresión "Iyengar Yoga" fue registrada como marca denominativa (siendo B.K.S. Iyengar el titular de dicha marca, y, tras su fallecimiento, sus hijos Geeta S. Iyengar y Prashant S. Iyengar) para garantizar que solo los profesores autorizados por él (y, en su nombre, por las diversas asociaciones nacionales de yoga iyengar) pudieran enseñar el yoga usando dicha denominación.

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