Courses and classes of integral yoga with Anukalana approach (a soft, natural and fluid approach suitable for everyone), hatha yoga and, for those who want a more dynamic style, we have classes of vinyasa anukalana yoga and power yoga.
To move in a correct way respecting the nature of the body and in particular its constitution, allows to enter in the positions in an excellent way avoiding to damage the articulations, favoring the opening and the lengthening.
Anukalana is an approach to yoga that integrates disciplines such as dance, martial arts and principles derived from biomechanics and motor sciences. During the practice the body moves in a natural and fluid way following the natural rhythm of the breath. Thanks to this practice you will find a new physical and mental flexibility.
Anukalana means “Integration” and is an approach to the practice of Yoga and Meditation that relies on the ancient tradition of Tantra integrating elements of disciplines that share its aims and principles. The Integral and integrated Yoga of Anukalana makes it possible to adapt this discipline to your constitution and personality resulting in a faster way to experience the benefits and the the transformations that these practices can lead when addressed naturally. Anukalana Yoga is primarily the result of a long work of integration which allowed to regain an extremely fluid practice. The human body is made up of 75/80% of fluid matter and to move it respecting this nature makes it possible to multiply the benefits of asana practice in a fast way.
What exactly Hatha yoga actually is hasn’t changed for thousands of years. However our thinking and perception of it certainly has. Language is a powerful thing, and in different cultures the same word can have a variety of definitions. Throughout the evolution of yoga practice, the same word – Hatha – has come to mean different things too. A yoga class described as ‘Hatha’ will typically involve a set of physical postures (yoga poses) and breathing techniques. These are typically practised more slowly and with more static posture holds than a Vinyasa flow or Ashtanga class. Literally however, Hatha means ‘force’ and is more traditionally defined as ‘the yoga of force’, or ‘the means of attaining a state of yoga through force’.
Power yoga, for example, is designed specifically to improve muscle strength and cardiovascular endurance. The poses are challenging, and you move from one pose to the next quickly. It provides a good physical workout and, unlike some other styles of yoga that follow the same series of poses each time, power yoga classes are seldom alike. With power yoga, the emphasis is on the flow from one pose to the next, rather than approaching each pose separately. The poses aren’t disconnected from each other, unlike some other forms of yoga. No matter what you call it, power yoga is a fast-paced and intense activity. You move from one posture to another rapidly, linking your breathing to the different motions of your body. A power yoga class may seem more like an aerobics class than a relaxed, mindful yoga experience. Though it requires mindfulness and focus on your breathing, power yoga is more dynamic than meditative.