Modalities of Yoga

For each purpose, a different class. For all classes, the same purpose: self-knowledge.

Ashtanga Vinyasa (Mysore Style)

Through a fixed sequence of postures which are structured in series, Ashtanga Vinyasa is designed for a dynamic practice, intense and fluid. The classes in Mysore style are not formally taught; the students are oriented by the teacher individually, and are encouraged to memorize the sequence.

Recommended for all levels of practitioners.


Classic Yoga

Inspired in Classic Hatha Yoga, this practice presents the traditional teachings of yoga geared towards integral health and vitality.

It consists of asanas (postures), permanence, alignment, techniques of breathing and inner purification, relaxation and meditation.

Recommended for all levels of practitioners.

Classic & flow

This practice presents the fusion between Classic Yoga and Vinyasa Flow, also known as Hatha Vinyasa Yoga.

Recommended for all levels of practitioners.


Vinyasa Flow

This practice is characterized by the synchronization between breathing and movement, and is composed of asanas (postures) in fluid and dynamic sequences of short duration. In general, it is a vigorous approach to yoga.

Not recommended for beginners.

Vinyasa & Alignment

A Vinyasa practice that emphasizes the importance of breathing and alignment. The adjustments are given special attention, aiming at awareness and deepening in the execution of the asanas (postures). It is also a vigorous approach to yoga, but less dynamic and fluid than Vinyasa Flow.

Recommended for all levels of practitioners.


Yoga Kurunta

Take your yoga practice to the heights and use the force of gravity to guide your body. With the extensive use of kuruntas (fixed “ropes” on the wall) this practice offers numerous therapeutic benefits as well as strength building and flexibility.

Not Recommended for beginner practitioners.

Restorative Yoga

Therapeutic yoga method that strives for physical, mental and emotional balance.

Recommended for all practitioner levels.

  • Active Restorative:
    This practice focuses on the therapeutic postures of yoga, targeting alignment, muscular strength and joint release. It promotes awareness for changing patterns of movement and pain relief.
  • Deep Restorative:
    This practice focuses on deep relaxation. Just a few postures are performed with long duration. The use of accessories provides support for the body, activating the parasympathetic nervous system.


Based on B.K.S. Iyengar principles, this class emphasizes attention to detail, technical accuracy and focus on alignment. A few postures are performed for a long time, using props (support materials).

Recommended for all practitioner levels

Yoga with Props

Uma aula que oferece ao aluno o caminho para a construção os asanas (posturas do yoga) com consciência corporal e percepção integral da respiração, explorando o uso dos props (materiais de apoio como blocos, cintos, cadeiras e kurunta).

Indicada a todos os níveis de praticantes.


Sound & Flow

A fluid practice of yoga that takes place in a musical environment where the soundtrack is carefully chosen to work alongside the healing vibrations emanating from instruments played live, such as crystal bowls.

Recommended for all practitioner levels

Special Classes

In addition to different styles of yoga, we also have special classes for different goals and audiences.


Designed to improve breathing capacity, expansion of the vital force (prana) and energetic nourishment of the whole body.

Recommended for all practitioner levels



Varieties of meditation techniques that provide deep levels of concentration, attention and self-awareness. It contributes to peace of mind, helps to relieve anxiety and fight stress.

Recommended for all practitioner levels

Children's Yoga

A yoga practice especially developed for 3 to 11 years old. It develops body awareness, mobility, attention and self-confidence.


Pregnancy Yoga

We offer workshops and individual classes tailored especially for pregnant women to help them at this most important stage of their lives.

“Live only in the present, not in the future.

Do the best you can today; do not wait for tomorrow.”

Paramahansa Yogananda