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Yoga With Stick 

Yog with Stick class offers a multitude of movements and stretching possibilities. Incorporating the stick, you blend your body positions with a staff which creates additional support, balance and leverage. It is adding this additional tool, which is used like a third leg that can enhance greater ease of stretching in gravity.It is safe, fun uses a prop for creating quality warm up moves and stretching techniques.

It works with gravity for your stretching and posture advantage. It includes applying leverage and body mechanics to stretch with greater ease and safety. By using a stick, it is equivalent of having a partner to warm up and stretch with.It employs decompression and imbibition into our joints and discs. It helps correct postural imbalances, restores motion, balance, and awareness

What’s good

- Re-pattern spinal movements for balancing posture & alignment.

- Prevents sitting disease

- Increases fitness to enhance brain function, also faster recovery from surgery & injury

- Reduces stress in the body & improves sleep

- Increases flexibility, bone density & core strength

- Aids in fall prevention through balance training

Who

All Level

 

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yog is a generic term that refers to any type of yog that teaches physical postures. You will get a gentle introduction to the most basic yog postures. Yoga's combined focus on mindfulness, breathing and physical movements brings health benefits with regular participation. Better sleep, increased energy levels and muscle tone, relief from muscle pain and stiffness, improved circulation and overall better general health. The breathing aspect of yoga can benefit heart rate and blood pressure.

The word haṭhaliterally means "forceful" or “willful”, or the yog of activity, and as “sun” (ha) and “moon” (tha) thus alludes to a system of physical techniques. 

 

What’s good

  • Stress Relief: increased deep breathing, improving blood flow. It helps balance the nervous system, better sleep, more effective digestion, increased fertility.
  • Chronic Pain
  • Bones and Joints:reduces inflammation by stimulating the antibodies
  • Mental Health&Concentration
  • Builds immunity

Who

All Level

 

IYENGAR  YOGA 

Iyengar is a very meticulous style of yoga, with utmost attention paid to finding the proper alignment in a pose. In order to help each student find the proper alignment, by using props, blocks, blankets, straps, chairs, bolsters. In Iyengar class, you won’t get your heart rate up, but you’ll be amazed to discover how physically and mentally challenging.

 

Where is from

Iyengar is a style of Hatha Yoga named after its founder,B.K.S. Iyengar. A student of T. Krishnamacharya, Mr.Iyengar overcame abject poverty and a serious childhood illness to study, integrate, and revolutionize Hatha Yoga.

By paying close attention to anatomical details and the alignment of each posture, IyengarYog is the practice of precision. Poses are held for long periods and often modified with props. This method is designed to systematically cultivate strength, flexibility, stability, and awareness, and can be therapeutic for specific conditions

 

What’s good

  1. Better Posture:  The detailed alignment work, core strengthening, increased flexibility, and emphasis on lengthening the spine all improve posture.
  2. Re-pattern spinal movements for balancing posture & alignment.
    1.  Chronic Pain: Because breaks everything down into such detail, the body is trained to release habitual movement and seating patterns that may be causing pain or injury

Who

All Level

 

SIVANANDA YOGA 

The class then moves through Sivananda's twelve asanas, which are much more than just stretching. They open the energy channels, chakras and psychic centers of the body while increasing flexibility of the spine, strengthening bones and stimulating the circulatory and immune systems. Along with proper breathing or pranayama, asanas also calm the mind and reduce stress.

 

Where is from

Sivananda is a form of hatha founded by Swami Sivananda and brought to the west by Swami Vishnu-devananda. A class typically begins with Savasana (relaxation pose), kapalabhati and anulomaviloma, followed by a few rounds of suryanamaskara. The class then moves through Sivananda's twelve asanas, which are much more than just stretching. They open the energy channels, chakras and psychic centers of the body while increasing flexibility of the spine, strengthening bones and stimulating the circulatory and immune systems. Along with proper breathing or pranayama, asanas also calm the mind and reduce stress. With regular practice one can ensure overall physical and mental health and the possible prevention of diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and arthritis. In time, performing the poses slowly and consciously, becomes a mental exercise in concentration and meditation.

 

What’s good

The Sivananda training system aims to retain the vitality of the body and decrease chance of disease, by simply and naturally cultivating the body. The system philosophies are summarized in 5 principles.

  • Proper exercise:Asanas
  • Proper breathing:Pranayama
  • Proper relaxation:Savasana
  • Proper diet:Vegetarian A yogic diet is encouraged, limited tosattvic foods, void ofrajasic foodsas well astamasic foods
  • Positive thinking andmeditation:VedantaandDhyana

Who

  • All Level

 

POWER  YOGA 

Power Yogis a fitness-based approach to vinyasa-styleyog. This style of practice was originally closely modeled on the Ashtanga method. It is a vigorous workout and it is a great way to build muscular, increases flexibility, stamina, cardiovascular while the sweating up a storm.

 

Where is from

The concept of Power Yoga has been getting some buzz, but a lot of people are confused as to what the practice actually entails. The term was first coined in the 1990s, The original Power Yoga was developed and founded by Beryl Bender Birch.And now many consider it to be the beginning of the "gym yoga" trend.

 

What’s good

  • Power yoga increases flexibility, strength, and stamina.
  • Power yoga eliminates toxins
  • Power yoga is low impactbut a highly effective exercise.
  • All types of yoga improves posture and reduces back pain
  • Power yoga provides an alternative method for strengthening your bones
  • Power yoga increases blood flow and boosts the immune system.
  • Power yoga promotes weight loss;not only through burning calories  but also by building lean muscle mass, which raises your basal metabolic rate
  • Yoga improves concentration and memory , help stress lessand improves quality of sleep

Who

  • Require Intermediate Yoga skill or Athletes and Fitness Enthusiasts.

 

ASANA PRANAYAMA 

Incorporatepranayama techniques into asana practice from the very beginning of the natural breath is called samavrttto steady your mind-body. Pranayama is the formal practice of controlling the breath, which is the source of our prana, or vital life force.  So pranayama, “control of prana”, isn’t just breathing exercises. Through pranayama, you use the breath to affect the constellation of energy that is your body-mind. It will releasing and channeling the body’s stores of internal energy. Pranayama is meant to nurture a high level of bodily health and mental clarity, both of which are crucial steps on the path to self-knowledge and a wholesome, authentic life.

 

Where is from

Prāṇāyāma (Sanskrit: प्राणायाम prāṇāyāma) is a Sanskrit word alternatively translated as "extension of the prāṇa (breath or life force)" or "breath control." The word is composed from two Sanskrit words: prana meaning life force and either yama (to restrain or control the prana, implying a set of breathing techniques where the breath is intentionally altered in order to produce specific results) or the negative form ayāma, meaning to extend or draw out (as in extension of the life force). It is a yogicdiscipline with origins in ancient India.

In the Yoga Sutras, Patanjali defines "asana" as "to be seated in a position that is firm, but relaxed". Patanjali mentions the ability to sit for extended periods as one of the eight limbs of his system, known as ashtanga yoga.

Asanas are also performed as physical exercise where they are sometimes referred to as "yoga postures" or "yoga positions". Some asanas are arguably performed by many practitioners just for health purposes. Asanas do promote good health, although in different ways compared to physical exercises, "placing the physical body in positions that cultivate also awareness, relaxation and concentration".

 

What’s good

Breath, respiration

The breath of life, vital air, principle of life (usually plural in this sense, there being five such vital airs generally assumed, but three, six, seven, nine, and even ten are also spoken of) breath control with three processes as explained by Bhattacharyya: pūrak (to take the breath inside), kumbhak (to retain it), and rechak (to discharge it). There are also other processes of prāṇāyāma in addition to this three-step model. Macdonell gives the etymology as prāṇa + āyāma and defines it as "m. suspension of breath (sts. pl.)"

Apte's definition of āyāmaḥ derives it from ā + yām and provides several variant meanings for it when used in compounds. The first three meanings have to do with "length", "expansion, extension", and "stretching, extending", but in the specific case of use in the compound prāṇāyāma he defines āyāmaḥ as meaning "restrain, control, stopping".

Who

  • All Level

 

YOGA WHEEL 

The Original Yoga Wheel

World's first Yoga Wheel designed to help stretch and release tension and muscular tightness in the back, chest, shoulders, abdomen and hip flexors. Original yoga Wheels are designed to be used as a back roller to stretch, massage and align your spine. These wheels are perfect for the absolute beginner to the advanced yogi. Our Original wheels offer a gentle support as you lie back and breathe. This range of wheel has a bit of give when you roll, offering a spine hugging stretch as you roll back and forth. Not only will these wheels open and assist in flexibility, they can also be used to create stability and strength. 

 

What’s good

1. Massage the spine: to help reverse our culture of sitting and rounding the shoulders forward.

2. Open the front side body

3. Assist in deep backbends

4.  Aid in flexibility: Aside from the stretching and heart opening aspects, the wheel can also double as a flexibility tool.


Create stability and strength

Who

  • All Level

 

VINYASA 

InVinyasa yog is the coordinate movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next. The approach to the practice must be progressive, dynamic and also cater to the needs of the individuals limitations. Forcing or pushing the body into poses it is not ready for, over-use of alignment techniques and under- use of the body’s natural movement patterns leads to injury and disillusionment. For the practice to continually evolve the mind must pay keen attention to the activity while addressing the inherent blockages and patterns imposed upon our bodies.

 

Where is from

The word vinyasa comes from the Sanskrit term nyasa, meaning ‘to place’ and the prefix vi, meaning ‘in a special way’. In vinyasa yoga, the body moves in sync with the breath, creating fluid and smooth movements, known as “flow”. Vinyasa yoga is an athletic style of practice and classes can be held in heated or non-heated rooms. Vinyasa yoga also builds strong bones and muscles, helping us to maintain a high metabolism, healthy posture and an active body. In a study by researchers from Maryland University, the health benefits of yoga were even found to outweigh those of aerobic exercise for improving balance, flexibility, strength and energy levels.
 If you’re looking to improve your fitness, connect with your breath and flow – vinyasa yoga might just be right for you.

What’s good

1. Offers Strength Training: it is extremely beneficial as a lean muscle mass builder as it gives equal attention to all the muscle groups. This creates a balanced strength throughout.
2. Improves Flexibility:when the muscles are flexed, the stress is released and reduced from the ligaments, joints, and tendons. This prevents injuries, tears, and muscle pulls.
3. Relieves Stress
4. Gives You Cardiovascular Benefits and Inculcates Proper Breathing
5. Detoxification: you eliminate toxins through your breath, thus inducing a total body detox. With regular practice, you will get less tired and feel more energized and alive throughout the day.

Who

  • All Level

 

PRENATAL

A practice uniquely designed for pregnancy, Prenatal Yoga can help support moms-to-be emotionally and physically. With an emphasis on breathing, stamina, pelvic floor work, restorative poses, and core strength, Prenatal Yoga can help you become more resilient during and after pregnancy.

 

What’s good

Prenatal yoga classes are very popular, and when paired with a cardiovascular exercise (such as walking), yoga can be an ideal way for moms-to-be to stay in shape. Whether you're a newbie or a veteran, yoga can keep you limber, tone your muscles, and improve your balance and circulation during pregnancy – all with very little impact on your joints.

Yoga is also beneficial because you'll learn how to breathe deeply and consciously relax, which will be helpful as you face the physical demands of labor, birth, and new motherhood. Learning to breathe fully is actually one of the first things you'll learn in a yoga class. To use the breathing technique practiced in yoga, known as ujjayi, you take in air slowly through your nose, fill your lungs as you expand your belly, and exhale completely until your stomach compresses.


1. The Breath: Learning to do ujjayi breathing primes you for labor and childbirth by training you to stay calm when you need it most. When you're in pain or afraid, your body produces adrenalin and may produce less oxytocin, a hormone that makes labor progress. A regular yoga practice will help you resist the urge to tighten up when you feel pain, and make it easier to relax instead, especially to prepare our body for the process of labor. Breathing is a very important part of delivering a baby, it helps to relax the body and take your mind from the pain and strain.

2. The Pelvic Floor: The pelvic floor is a hammock of muscles that form a bowl attached to the pelvis. This muscle supports the vital reproductive and digestion organs, as well as the baby during pregnancy and plays a vital role in sexual intercourse for both men and women. During pregnancy it is especially important to exercise your pelvic floor muscle as it has to support a greatly increased load at this time. Although pregnancy is not the only factor for a weakened pelvic floor, aging and inactivity can play a role; it can weaken from pregnancy and childbirth. Although not the cause, a weak pelvic floor can be the start of some health problems. That is why it is very important to work with these muscles, especially after childbirth. Like any other muscle in the body, the pelvic floor can be re-strengthened. A strong pelvic floor muscle can enable a woman to carry a baby more comfortably during pregnancy and will help both the mother and baby during labor and delivery.

3. The Posture: One of the things that allow humans to walk upright is the balance between the lower back muscles and our four abdominal muscles. However, when our abdominals are weak, this can cause our lower back muscles to over compensate and over work, causing pain and strain in the lumbar area. When the belly moves more forward with growth, this stretches the abdominals beyond their original shape, weakening them and this causing lower back pain during pregnancy when none may have ever been experienced before, especially in the third trimester.The exercises that bring the belly toward the spine can help bring the abs back to pre-pregnancy shape.

4. The Feet: Surprising to most, the foot actually has 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments. With the shift of the center of gravity in your body as your pregnancy progresses, this changes our stance and pressure in our feet and joints. The two most common problems become over pronation and edema. These problems can lead to pain at the heel, arch, or the ball-of-foot. Many women may also experience leg cramping and varicose veins due to weight gain.

5. The Hips: Prenatal yoga can help bring back flexibility and comfort to the groups of muscles and bone structures in the front and back of the hips. Hormones released during pregnancy soften and relax joints and cartilage between bones in our pelvis to prepare it for child birth. However, getting the muscles ready is good to facilitate an easier birth for mom and baby.

 

Who

Should do the prenatal after 16 weeks or should be guided only by obstetricians.

 

ASHTA YOGA 

This dynamic, physically demanding practice synchronizes breath and movement to produce an internal heat designed to purify the body. Ashtayog with its many vinyasas, is great for building core strength and toning the body. In our studio we’re not perform the exact same poses in the exact same order. To prepare and build up the body for more development from internal and external body. Also the body will be practical in several of movement styles. Prepare to sweat as you briskly move.

 

Where is from

Ashtanga Yoga was founded K. PattabhiJois. Ashtanga is based on ancient yoga teachings, but it was popularized and brought to the West by PattabhiJois (pronounced “pah-tah-bee joyce”) in the 1970s. It’s a rigorous style of yoga that follows a specific sequence of postures and is similar to vinyasa yoga, as each style links every movement to a breath.

 

What’s good

The benefits may be grouped into four categories: physical, emotional, mental and intellectual benefits. The physical benefits consist of making the body free of disease, making it light and strong so that it can be a suitable vehicle on the path to freedom. Through yoga the body is made to absorb and retain prana, which extends the life span.

1. Increase concentration and focus

2. Deepen your understanding of the practice as it is. Feel the breath, Bandhas and Drishti.

3. It is a hard-core physical challenge. This require enormous strength and flexibility.

4. Increase all abilities, from toning the body, building strength, improve flexibility, mobility and stamina.

Who

  • Require Intermediate Yoga skill or Athletes and Fitness Enthusiasts.

 

Hip Opening

To release the tight hips which affect everything from your ability to get into better on asana. In addition to the benefits of improved range of motion and circulation and decreased back pain, opening the hips can create an energetic shift or release as well. Yogic tradition holds the hips as a storage ground for negative feelings and pent-up emotions, especially ones related to control in our lives. Hip-opening can also create space for the birth of new ideas and new pathways.

 

What’s good

Opening the hips gives us access to freedom in the body and in our own unique expression creatively, physically, sexually, and spiritually.

Who

  • All Level

 

HNUMAAN  SEREIS 

Hanuman asana opens the hips and stretches muscles in the groin and hamstring region. Ensure to warm up yourself with some hip-opening exercises before getting into this pose, that is the sequence throughout this class. This preparation will help you get in to the pose easier and safer. The hip joint itself is a ball and socket type joint with the head of the femur (thigh bone) sitting in the acetabulum or socket of the pelvis. A variety of muscles attach into the femur starting from the pelvis itself, the lumbar spine, the sacrum, or other parts of the femur. Hip openers could affect any of the muscles surrounding the hip depending on the position of the joint at the time of the pose.

In general when we stretch or open a muscle we are lengthening its position, moving the two attachment points away from each other. This is easy to assess with linear muscles like the psoas which attaches from the front of the lumbar spine, crosses through the pelvis and attaches to the head of the femur. If we flex the hip forward we are shortening the psoas, bringing the two attachments of the muscle closer together.

 

What’s good

1. Release stress and tension on the spine

2. Emotional detox

3. Build strength for a lifetime

Who

  • All Level

 

Stretching

Stretching is very important for flexibility, range of motion and injury prevention. Incorporating stretching into your daily workouts is a given but including it in your day routine is just as important to health and body functioning as regular exercise. It relaxes your muscles and increases blood flow and nutrients to your cartilage and muscles.

 

What’s good

  • Reduced muscle tension
  • Increased range of movement in the joints
  • Enhanced muscular coordination
  • Increased circulation of the blood to various parts of the body
  • Increased energy levels (resulting from increased circulation)

Who

  • All Level

Twists are postures that generally involve moving the shoulder girdle to face in an opposing direction in relation to the hips. There are different twists that target the upper, middle and lower portions of the torso, all having their own unique set of health benefits.

 

What’s good

1. Improve Digestive Function: Twisting will increase blood flow to the digestive organs, thus increasing their ability to function.

2. Detox: help to move stagnated impurities and gas through your digestive tract due to the compression that comes with twisting.

3. Maintain Normal Spinal Rotation:

4. Reduction in Back Pain: Twists stretch and strengthen the back muscles which can provide serious relief from the back pain caused by everyday life.

5. De-Stress: These postures will help to open the chest, shoulders and back, all of which can help to decrease feelings of anxiousness.

Who

  • All Level

 

YOGA FLY 

Yoga Fly, Anti-Gravity Yogaor "aerial yoga", is a new type ofyoga, originating in New York,which combines the traditional yoga poses,pilatesand dance with the use of ahammock. The hammock is soft and stretchable. It is made out of special high-density nylon material that can support over 300 kilos of weight.In this class we follow professional safety instructions on how to use the hammock. You will learn how to do poses in the hammock safely with precise instructions on getting into, standing on, holding the fabric, going upside down, using the core and finding your balance. Do expect stretches and lots of muscle strengthening.

 

What’s good

Similar to a regular yoga practice, but done with the support of the hammock and includes anti-gravity poses for less compression of the spine, all with the element of fun.


1. Total body workout: almost all the body parts are forced to move and stretch. Muscles are toned and redefined, and joints are regenerated and strengthened due to these movements.

2. Psychologically beneficial: helps rebuild your emotional system, clears the mind and relieves stress due to its meditative state. It also releases “happy” hormones like endorphins, oxytocin.

3. Improves flexibility and strength: helps you to move more freely, with less effort, by counteracting gravity. Suspension in the air releases tension on the bones and muscles, increasing flexibility and deepening your practice. Suspended yoga strengthens core muscles and increases spinal and shoulder flexibility.

4. Heals back problems:  With less strain on your back while doing the exercises, it eases tension in the spinal cord and hip joint, helping you feel better.

5. Improves balance: Balance is a key component in daily activities, and Yoga Fly helps maintain a good balance both inside and out.

6. Aids digestion: The different types of stretches and movements help improve the digestive system, thus helping in healing various digestion-related issues, including constipation and indigestion.

7. Improves memory and heart disease: improves the circulation of blood, thus combating aging and its symptoms. Your neural connections, is rendering better memory power. Also helps detoxify the circulatory and lymphatic systems, which lowers the onset of various cardiovascular issues.

Who

  • All Level

 

BACKBEND 

Backbend poses place strong demands upon the most vulnerable segment of the spine (the lumbar region). To protect against pinching in the low back, teacher will give cues to “scoop” or “tuck” the tailbone. But there’s a better, more precise approach to safe back bending that engages certain key core muscles and the traditional hatha yoga practice of mula bandha, or root lock. To understand just when instructions regarding the tailbone are appropriate—and when we should engage our core instead.

How

The pelvis contains three bones that are designed to move in relationship to each other. The two hip bones swing back and forth with the legs, while the sacrum is positioned between them, twisting slightly from side to side as it mediates between the movements of the hips.

The sacrum also has its own distinctive action called nutation—a tipping or nodding forward of the top of the sacrum—which is crucial in supporting the spine during bending motions, including back bending. The sacrum’s neutral position—when sitting or walking, for example—is one of slight nutation. This minor forward tilt helps to support the natural inward curve of the lumbar spine; it is a stable yet unlocked position that allows free movement of the hips.

 

What’s good

1. Counteract rounded shoulders: help you to draw your shoulders back and shoulder blades together, counteracting the shoulder slump.

2. Increase mobility of spine by improving flexibility and balance the mobility of the spine.

3. Improves posture

4. Boost your mood, relieve stress and wake you up

5. Open your quads and psoas. While backbends appear to be all about the spine, they actually require strong and open quads and psoas.


Who

  • All Level except the Scoliosis patient, back injury, back pain

Contact Information

  • Trika Yog CO.,Ltd
  • 9/9 @Sathorn Building 5th fl
  • South Sathorn Rd, Yannava, Sathron
  • 02-307-8698
  • ID No. 0105558168187
  • +66 63 54 656 99, +66 61 953 6356
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