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Why choose us? 

Different from other online platforms Blue House Yoga provides an intimate method of teaching to amplify your adherence to your practice. The formula 'practice, wherever you want', is a flawed approach that fosters procrastination, underpay instructors and often it overwhelms students with so many different styles and teachers. The relationship between the practitioner and the instructor is a vital aspect of yoga. Pre-recorded classes and constant change of teacher can discourage progress. We do not offer over 10,000 pre-recorded classes because there's little benefit or rational in large quantities, instead, our sessions are live and the method is progressive.  

Members can request a recorded session of their favourite classes if they cannot attend in a specific day, but our focus is on offering real-time interaction to check progress, offer variations and adjustments. 

 


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Classes descriptions: 

Power Yoga 

This class focuses on building and engaging your core, arm and leg strength to support you in advanced postures. It integrates mostly the physical aspects of yoga, including vigorous Vinyasa based practise, breath awareness, and meditation. 

 Q. What can I expect in a Power Yoga class?

Expect to sweat and reach beyond your limitations, exploring your emotions, and using your body as a metaphor to teach your mind what you are capable of achieving. 

Targets: All body 

Good for: Strenght, flexibility, balance, building stamina and endurance. 

Slow Vinyasa Flow (Popular class)

This class holds each asana/ pose for five to eight breaths building the heat gradually. Despite being 'slow' the class still promotes physical challenges, but mentally and spiritually this class offers a gentle approach. 

 Q. What can I expect in a Slow Vinyasa Flow class?

Expect a fully balanced class of twists, backbends and basic inversions in a more meditative practice with fluidity and freedom for your body and mind. 

Targets: Different muscles groups depending on the class (some days arms, others back-opening etc.)

Good for: Unwind, Strenght, flexibility, balance.

Yoga and Inversions (Popular class) 

Q. What can I expect in Yoga and Inversions class?

In this class part dynamic part lecture class, you'll condition your body to approach headstand, forearm stand and handstand. This will give you the confidence to go upside down. Inversions are in the practice to foster confidence, not fear. This class is designed to teach your body and mind safe alignments and technics. With regular practice, you'll ripe the emotional and physical balance that these asanas can gift us. 

Targets: Arms, back and core strength, hips and legs flexibility.

Good for: Full body strength.  

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Ashtanga Yoga (I am paused) 

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a style of yoga created by K. Pattabhi Jois. The sequence takes the practitioner to immerse in a modern-day form of classical Indian yoga. The pace is energetic and the sequence remains the same (Primary Series). Like in Power Yoga synchronisation of breath with movements is essential. Ashtanga Yoga is the school of yoga responsible for the rise in numerous styles of Power Yoga. This class is adapted to fit a 60 min slot, some asanas are excluded from the sequence yet the format is aimed to be as close as possible from its origins. 

 Q. What can I expect in an Ashtanga class? 

Practitioners can expect a fast-paced flow. The constant moving combined with Ujjayi (diaphragmatic breath) keeps your body warm, which enables us to get deeper into poses and quieting the mind. 

Targets: All body 

Good for: Beginners and advanced practitioners who don't mind a bit of discipline and tough love :) 

Anyone can practice. Young man can practice. Old man can practice. Very old man can practice. Man who is sick, he can practice. Man who doesn't have strength can practice. Except lazy people; lazy people can't practice Ashtanga yoga. 

K. Pattabhi Jois

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 Yin Yoga (I am paused)

Yin yoga is a practice that cultivates a deep sense of awareness through the release of mind and body stresses, focusing on releasing the connective tissue of the body (tendons, ligaments, and fascia). Poses are held for extended periods (3-5 min), allowing the student to relax as they express patience and quiet.

Q. What can I expect in a Yin yoga class?

Expect the intensity of a stretch to help you to foster a deep, pervading sense of calm and to learn some principles of psychology while you restore. Classic Yin is based on ancient Chinese philosophies and Taoist principles which believe there are pathways of Qi (energy) that run through our bodies. It helps to open up the body releasing blockages so that energy can flow freely.

Targets: The deep connective tissues, like your fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones

Good for: Meditative states, conscious breathing, unwinding, relaxing. 

Hatha yoga (You can book me privately, or vote for me to stay!)

Hatha Yoga is a general yoga class that reflects the teacher's interests and influences. In this case, in my Hatha Classes, I incorporate elements of Ashtanga, Swasthya yoga (DeRose Method) and the psychology of spirituality.

Q. What can I expect in a Hatha yoga class?

Hatha Yoga is a general yoga class that reflects the teacher's interests and influences. In this case, in my Hatha Classes, I incorporate elements of Ashtanga, Swasthya yoga (DeRose Method) and the psychology of spirituality. Expect to explore in more detail classic poses such as Trikonasana, Vrksasana (tree), Virabhadrasana (warrior), Adho mukha svanasana (down dog) and also to find physical and mental challenges but with proper restorative intervals. 

Targets: Different muscles groups depending on the class (some days arms, others back-opening etc.)

Good for: Regular Hatha Yoga practise can improve strength, flexibility, and balance; reduce stress, and provide many therapeutic benefits. The physical practice of Yoga is just one part of a Yogic lifestyle, which incorporates eight limbs (explored in Hatha).

Platform Requirements | Zoom :

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  • A PC/Laptop/Macbook or Tablet. Please check the Zoom requirements on the link below: 

https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362023-System-Requirements-for-PC-Mac-and-Linux,

  • A camera/ webcam 
  • Stable internet connection

Any questions, please email on bluehouseyoga@gmail.com

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