Yoga & meditation classes

All our yoga and meditation classes are free for guests staying at Bohemiaz to attend.  If you  wish to come and just join in a class and you are not staying with us then the cost is $5, this also includes use of all our facilities including steam, sauna, Jacuzzi and gym, swimming pool etc.

Yoga schedule


Day/ Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

AM

8.30am

8.30am

8.30am

8.30am

8.30am

9am

9am

 

No class

Vinyassa flow

Hatha flow

Vinyasa flow

Vinyasa flow

Traditional Hatha

Classical Hatha

PM

5.30pm

6pm

6pm

6pm

6pm

5pm

5pm

 

Hula Hoop

Pranayama meditation

Traditional Hatha

Chakra meditation

Yin Yoga

Pranayama meditation

Restorative yoga

·         Vinyasa Flow – This style of yoga is a medium to fast paced class with a focus on moving with the breath. These classes are designed to build strength, endurance and flexibility.

·         Hatha Flow – a more traditional and meditative style of yoga that moves at a slow pace flowing from one pose to the next

·         Traditional Hatha – The oldest style of yoga that focuses on physical, mental and spiritual well being. Poses are held for longer encouraging a meditative state for the practitioner

·         Classical Hatha – Very similar to traditional hatha but with a slightly different sequence of poses

·         Yin Yoga – All the above styles are considered Yan and yin is the counterpart. Yin yoga focuses on deep relaxation to stretch out the fascia that covers all the muscles in the body allowing for more openness. Mostly focusing on opening the hips this style lends itself to physical flexibility and emotional freedom

·         Restorative Yoga – This style is perfect for coming back to yourself and reuniting the mind and the body. Poses are comfortable and held for 5 minutes at a time. This style is perfect if you have any injuries or need to rest and rejuvenate.

·         Chakra Meditation – Chakras are wheels of energy in specific locations of the body. Each wheel represents different aspects of our psyche and personalities. By meditating on these centres of energy through chanting and visualisation we can balance and become 1 with ourselves

·         Pranayama Meditation - In sanskrit prana means life force and ayama means extension. Through a series of breath controlling exercises we can increase our life force and heal our bodies using this ancient yogic meditation technique.