Yogayama is a yoga school where interested yogis are given the ability to work with their personal development in their own way. We think that the physical growth starts through well taught asana classes by teachers that have a solid knowledge about technique and alignment as well as profound experience in how to teach modifications for different bodies and how to work with the breath in a supportive way. Many times the body becomes the way for many practitioners to start their relationship with yoga.
A strong and flexible body opens up the possibilities of being more comfortable in a seated position where the quietness and the mental aspect of the practice becomes more accessible and clear. Asana practice is to take care of our “container” where we live our lives. Here we create space for both activity, rest and recovery. Classes for example: Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga.
We also offer classes that highlights the way the mind works and gives an opportunity to deepening the meditative meeting with ourselves. Something that often happens in silence. Classes for example: Pranayama, Meditation, Yin, Restorative.
Yoga is a fantastic method for developing health, both in the body as well as the mind. You can also see yoga as a practice for your personal and emotional growth. We believe that the spiritual contribution that yoga practice gives develops automatically through the work of the students together with other dedicated practitioners and authentic, supporting teachers.
We provide a community where the circumstances are given for this magic to happen.
You find the schedule here.
Be on time: Arrive 10 minutes early to set up and settle in.Keep a clean space: Leave all your belongings in our lockers. No phone, shoes, bags, jackets or water bottles in the shala.
Allergies: Be mindful with your fragrance and wear fresh clothes
Clothes: Wear comfortable soft clothes and practice barefoot. Take of tight or heavy jewelry.
Quiet time: Be mindful of your fellow students when you are sitting outside waiting for your class. Talk with a low voice before class and when you enter the classroom use the time to settle down on your mat in silence.
Tickets: You need to bring your ticket and leave them to your teacher. On the ticket you also see in which room your class is in.
Silence: No phone in class. If you are on an emergency call, please notify your teacher.
Mind your own body: Remember yoga can be uncomfortable but should NEVER be painful.
Caught a cold: If you cought a cold, we ask you to please to refrain from class and instead rest – for your own sake and for other students in class to avoid infection.Injuries:If you have an injury please consult your doctor or therapist before taking a yoga class. It is important to let the teacher know if you have any injuries, special need or if you are pregnant so they can support you during class.
Stay for Savasana:Savasana is where you ripe the benefits of your practice.
Props: Remove all your props and put them nicely back on the shelf. Clean and hang borrowed yoga mats on the wall outside the shala.
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