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Our Classes

Something for Everyone

Hatha Yoga

Hatha means ‘force’ and is traditionally defined as "the yoga of force,"

or "the means of attaining a state of yoga through force". 


What is this force? It’s Prana, life force!


At BreathePower you are brought to understand your inner force or "battery

level" and work towards the conservation, redistribution, and the overall

increase of this force.

We follow traditional practices and offer them to suit your physical needs.

 Our Practices include:

  • Shatkarma  (cleansing practices)

  • Kriyas 

  • Asanas  (postures)

  • Pranayama (breathing techniques)

  • Mudras (gesture)

  • Visualization

Hatha Vinyasa

Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that

you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath.


These classes are designed for intermediate to advanced students:

prior Vinyasa yoga experience is highly recommended.


At BreathePower, the teachers help beginners transition from Hatha to

Vinyasa by spending time in their practice, giving them appropriate

variations, to give them the experience of asana - a steady, happy place.

Power Vinyasa

Power Vinyasa, or Power yoga, is a vigorous version of vinyasa yoga.


In power yoga, the poses are fewer and held longer compared to

Vinyasa, wherein the poses are moved quickly like a dance-like sequence.


Power yoga is more focused on improving strength when it comes to

flexibility and strength, as it is reflected with the poses being held

longer. It also improves an individual’s stamina.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is a style of yoga that encourages physical, mental, and emotional relaxation.

Appropriate for all levels, restorative yoga is practiced at a slow pace, focusing on long holds, stillness, and deep breathing.

By allowing time for longer asanas (postures or poses) and deeper breathing, restorative yoga helps elicit the relaxation response.

This is an excellent practice for athletes, teens and adults who are into high impact sports as it helps restore muscle wear and tear.* This will help increase their athletic performance*

Restorative yoga class makes use of props such as blocks, bolsters, or blankets. The props help you hold passive poses for longer without exerting or tiring out your muscles. It also allows you to feel comfortable and supported, regardless of your experience with yoga.

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