This energetic yoga focuses on synchronizing breath and movements. Poses are strung together so that you flow seamlessly from one to the next. Vinyasa is often considered the most popular style of yoga.
With a similar cardio challenge as pilates, this class offers faster-paced yoga flows that burn calories as well as strengthen your core. Piyo helps you sculpt your body with a low-impact routine that is easier on your joints.
Hatha yoga emphasizes the practice of breathing techniques and static poses instead of a flow from one pose to another. It helps bring peace to the mind and body to prepare for deeper meditation. These classes are relatively gentle, slow and ideal for new students or people who prefer a more relaxed style of yoga.
Power Flow yoga techniques focus on synchronizing breathing with each movement to produce vigorous flowing patterns of motion and energy. Often considered the most “athletic” style of yoga, practitioners will find a higher level of heat and activity in these classes.
Yin- Yin yoga is a slower paced style of yoga that focuses on holding twenty-five postures for longer periods of time in a seated position. This technique helps strengthen the connective tissues of the joints around the knees, pelvis, and spine. Poses are typically held for at least three minutes to allow for deeper penetration of the fascia.
This Vinyasa-style class incorporates a funky twist and is followed by a happy hour with the UH instructors and students!