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Address: The Yoga Room,3, 4 & 15/F Xiu Ping Commercial Building,
104 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, HK
Studio – 3/F & 4/F
Office – 15/F
Phone number:
(852) 2544 8398
Email:
info@yogaroomhk.com
Careers- If you have any interest in joining our team – please send your resume to hr@yogaroomhk.com

Class Description

Beginner Hatha

This class is designed with the beginner in mind. Whether you are new to yoga or recently overcoming an injury/ pregnancy, this is the class for you. Props such as blocks and straps are used to facilitate movement and detailed instructions are given. Sun Salutations will be introduced as well as all basic poses.

All Levels Hatha

A general level Hatha class, this will be a class meant for everyone. A variety of poses with modifications for beginners/ advanced will be given. Great for everyone with a good pace!

Power Hatha

An intermediate/advanced Hatha class that is meant for those with experience. Class will be high energy and focus on vinyasas, flowing movements, and harder postures such as arm balances and inversions. A great workout!

Beginner Ashtanga

A modified form of the traditional Primary Series postures, this Ashtanga class is both a great workout and covers all basic poses. Ashtanga is taught in a sequenced form that is the same every time, lending one to true progress with the postures.

Sun Salutation

A 30 minute class that will get your heart rate up while relieving stress and teaching you all the basic postures of Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga! A perfect class for all levels.

Yoga Therapy

Yoga Therapy is designed for anyone who has physical or metal stress such as back, neck and knee pain, migraine, insomnia, depression, fatigue after work etc. It consists of simple physical postures, breathing practice & relaxation techniques to keep your optimum health. The prefect class to relieve stress.

Asana & Pranayama

This class is a combination of Asana (posture) and Pranayama (breathing technique) to improve the amount of oxygen in the blood and also improve blood circulation . This class is suitable for those people who have respiratory problems and asthma or would like to improve their lung capacity.

Meditation

This is a guided meditation class which will help to fully relax the mind and spirit from the stresses of daily life. It will improve your concentration and awareness at the same time giving peace of mind.

Pre-natal Yoga

Pre-natal yoga is an ideal preparation for labor and birth. The practice creates awareness and calmness; allowing the pregnant woman to feel her inner clarity as it brings confidence. Letting the mom feel peaceful as her anxiety concerning the birth process decreases. Yoga will help in a calm and mindful way enhancing the ability to breathe, relax and adjust to the physical demands of labor, birth and motherhood.

Pre-natal Pilates

This class will help prepare for the labor process and increase over-all body strength through stretching, and breathing to increase relaxation. The combination of breathing/movement helps improve circulation of blood and oxygen and will enable a calm, less cranky pregnancy. Amongst its many benefits, the combination of intentional breathing, controlled and expansive exercises all help to make the body comfortable in the crucial areas like the shoulders and neck, the lower back, and the hips/pelvis. Habits that you establish during your pregnancy will carry over to your postnatal life. Taking Pilates during pregnancy means your body is going to bounce back faster.

Yin Yang

Yin Yang Yoga blends the active sun or ‘yang’ energy of yoga asanas (postures) with the more reflective moon or ‘yin’ energy to bring strength and flexibility and a calm mind and relaxed body through the practices of breath work and relaxation techniques. This class blends the elements of yin yoga with those of vinyasa flow. The class includes some slow deep hip opening stretches and moves into a movement practice of connecting postures through breath.

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga, is a very distinct style of yoga similar to hatha yoga that stretches the connective tissue rather than conditioning the muscles, the latter being the aim of most other styles of hatha yoga. Yin Yoga targets the connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Yin postures are held three to five to ten minutes at a time. This type of practice complements the more muscular styles of Yoga.

Svastha Yoga

Svastha in Sanskrit refers to the state of complete health and balance. Svastha Yoga is yoga in its complete authentic form, a system which helps increase overall strength and flexibility, mental balance, concentration and inner peace. In the direct lineage of the “father of modern yoga”, the yogi Krishnamacharya, Svastha Yoga focuses on the needs of the individual, rather than a fixed style or form. With emphasis on breath-based rather than a posture-based (asana) practise, moving with and within the breath, we integrate the body, breath and mind. Together, they contribute to total health and wellbeing, and promote a peaceful and tranquil mind. This type of yoga is suitable for anyone, regardless of yoga level, age, physical or mental condition.

Vinyasa

Vinyasa is a movement which is synchronized to the breath, it is a term that covers a broad range of yoga classes. This style is sometimes also called flow yoga, because of the smooth way that the poses run together and become like a dance. The breath becomes an important component because the teacher will instruct you to move from one pose to the next on an inhale or an exhale.

Pilates

This is a class designed for anyone that wants to improve their posture, core strength, balance and vitality. Small props are used to improve the body’s range of movement and to stretch, lengthen and tone all the major muscle groups. Pilates improves circulation and helps relieve general back pain and stiffness. This class will teach you the basics and enable you to progress to more advanced exercises as your core strength is developed.

Hot Yoga

A dynamic and energetic yoga class taught in a hot room, the practice will always follow a set series of asanas (postures) beginning with standing poses and moving through seated and finishing postures. Designed to strengthen and stretch, the hot environment detoxifies and improves flexibility.

Hot flow

Also taught in a hot room, this class offers all the benefits of hot yoga, increasing strength and flexibility but follows a varying sequence of postures depending on the class and teacher. This flowing vinyasa class will guide you through a sequence of postures following your breath.

Kids 1 (ages 3-6), Kids 2 (ages 7-10), Teen (ages 11-16)

Kid will learn yoga using the ‘Yoga kids’ approach, learning in a fun and creative environment. Using interactive games and animated poses kids learn about animals, nature and basic anatomy. They strengthen their physical ability and flexibility as well as improve their concentration, focus and breathing. All classes are adapted to specific age groups. Please see our Kids Page for more details.

Candlelight Yin Yoga

Candlelight Yin Yoga is a deep, meditative and often profound practice. Infused in the longer, more passive holds , the yin style involves surrendering into poses and exploring them for longer periods of time in order to let go of tensions stored in the body and to calm the nervous system. Practicing this way helps to target deeper connective tissues especially around the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Candlelight Yin Yoga is a peaceful way to end your day This practice will be lit entirely by candlelight helping us to balance our emotions, still our minds and open the deep connective tissues in the body using various yin asanas.

Yoga for runners

All sports injuries are caused by imbalances. The pain most runners feel is not from the running itself, but from imbalances that running causes and exacerbates as your foot strikes the ground over 1000 times for each mile. If you bring your body into balance through the practice of yoga, you can run long and hard for years to come. This class will help you increase your range of motion, agility, flexibility, lung capacity, endurance and strength. This class will create more range of motion in the body, making it a wonderful compliment to running.

Post-natal Yoga

Regain your strength and energy in a Yoga class designed especially for new mums. Postnatal Yoga focuses on rebuilding strength and stability in the abdomen, back and pelvis; releasing tension in the neck and shoulders; and opening the chest. This class incorporates the mind-body practices of Yoga and Pilates, two complementary systems to create a healthy and balanced post-pregnancy body. Add the Yogic qualities of mindful breathing, conscious relaxation and simply being present and you have all the tools you need for a more calm, happy and centered you. Move, breathe, stretch and strengthen with three weekly classes devoted to new mums: Mum & Baby Yoga, Postnatal Yoga and Pre & Postnatal Pilates.

* Please consult your doctor prior to class to ensure you are ready to benefit from a gentle yoga practice.

Yoga for the Core

Expect to energize the entire body in this all-level Yoga class with a focus on increasing strength and stability of the abdomen and pelvis. Develop a conscious connection to your core – improving posture and body awareness – while being guided towards a calm mind and steady breath, even in the face of challenge. Complete the practice with a grounding relaxation, and leave feeling rejuvenated and ready to enjoy the rest of your day.

Basic Inversions

Develop a greater sense of body awareness and confidence in this workshop style class that advances you towards easeful inversions. Inversions improve balance, coordination and concentration. They are also said to help nourish the mind, balance the hormonal system, and purify the skin. Learn how to prepare for and execute postures safely and skillfully as you are guided through key alignment principles, prop usage and posture variations to make these poses lighter, more accessible and suitable for your body. Suitable for all levels except absolute beginners.

De-Stress Yoga

Modern life puts many demands on our time and energy, mind and body.

De-Stress Yoga addresses these demands through deep relaxation, meditation, breathing exercises and gentle physical poses. Stress and worries result in tension throughout the body as well as in the mind. De-Stress yoga focuses on these tensions and aims to gently release them, leaving you feeling more at ease, both mentally and physically.

Suitable for anyone needing to make space and time to breathe deeply, reconnect with their bodies and still their minds. Gentle and opening asanas build up to stronger poses and back down again to a restorative practice; all sequenced to prepare the body for meditation, mantra, pranayama and yoga nidra (deep relaxation).

Detox Flow

It is designed to help remove the impurities that prevent us from realizing optimal health. These impurities may be found in the air we breathe, food we consume, and negative thoughts that cloud our emotions. Practiced for centuries, Detox Flow combines a sequence of Vinyasa flow asanas designed to stimulate the lymphatic, digestive and circulatory system by opening, compressing and twisting internal organs. Emphasis is also placed on deep and effective breathing, and alignment.

Core & Arm

Our core centre has a lot to say about the stability and control in our asana practice. Arm balances are fun and yet challenging, but practice does not necessarily lead to satisfactory results. In this class, we focus on building strength and intelligence in the core area as well as trying to understand our bodies so we can be friend with the challenging arm poses. Expect to test your comfort zones and be surprised by your own ability.

Mindfulness Yoga

Mindfulness is to observe ourselves in the present moment in a non-judgmental, non-reactive, compassionate way. This is a complete 90 mintues practice for the mind as well as the body, and it also acts as a bridge between your spiritual practice and your daily life. This is also a wonderful platform to start your meditation practice. Through asana, meditation, and versus studying, and other exercises, we will be able to understand ourselves on a deeper level, facilitating a positive transformation in ourselves. Given a dedicated practice, we will free ourselves from being the prisoner of the past or future and be able to enjoy all the wonders around us in the here and now.

Vinyasa Beginner

This session we focus on the understanding of some foundational poses you will encounter in most vinyasa classes such as: vinyasas, sun salutations, simple arm-balancing techniques, core poses, weight distribution, and most importantly, breathing coordination. This is a workshop-styled class, where poses are demonstrated, discussed, and practiced.

Mum & Baby Yoga

This Mom & Bub yoga class is a wonderful playtime for both you and your baby. In this 60-minute class, you will discover essential tips on gentle stretches and learn how to feel more connected with your baby and look after your body after pregnancy. While there will be lots of creative and fun ideas for mums to practice yoga postures with their babies, including a “baby yoga” sequence, you will also learn how to relax your baby and bond in a non-verbal way. The practice is so simple yet so powerful in what it conveys – your love, your understanding and your attention. * Suitable for babies from 6 weeks up to crawling.

Jivamukti-All Levels

Jivamukti yoga is an upbeat, vigourous vinyasa practice with its core philosophy of compassion ( Ahimsa), as a path towards enlightenment, threading deeply through the practice.  It infuses yoga philosophy, spiritual and social activism, meditation, music, mantra and chanting; integrating the physical and spiritual aspects of yoga practices into today’s  lifestyle without losing sight of the ancient and universal goal of yoga, which is liberation; Self realization and the oneness of being.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is a form of yoga that seeks to achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation with the aid of props in restful postures. Rest provides the body an opportunity to renew and heal. Restorative classes are a good complement to more active practices.