Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is a relax class with breathing, poses (asanas) and relaxation techniques to improve balance, strength and flexibility.  Easy-to-follow movements that synchronize with breath to achieve awareness, coordination and detoxification.  Ideal for beginners.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga focuses on fluid sequence adopting Sun Salutation as a warm up and build the routine to variety of anatomical planes such as lateral, spiral, forward, twist, back bend and balance.  Vinyasa yoga builds strength, precision and promotes blood circulation and regulate heart rate.  Great for beginners and regulars.

Power Yoga

This is a popular and intensive class adopted in the US.  A vigorous fitness approach builds on vinyasa.  Routine is structured through anatomical terms of motions such as standing asanas, arm balance, inversion, eversion to challenge your limits.  Power Yoga helps achieve a beautiful body, tone up muscles,  breath better and a balanced mind.  Participants should have some yoga experience.  Intermediate to Advance Level.

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is traditionally a predefined sequence style. It was popularized by K. Pattabhi Jois in India Mysore. This practice comprises of primary series such as opening sequence, six main poses, back-bend, inverted asanas and complete with savasana.  It promotes gigantic energy, mental and spiritual discipline.

Iyengar Yoga

It is one of the best practices with high emphasis on detail, precision and alignment of the asanas. It involves breathing (pranayama), breath control (bandha) and expect to use props such as blocks, belts, blankets, wall, chair, as aids in performing the asanas. These props enable students to align the asanas correctly minimizing strained and injuries.  Extremely effective for beginners, young and old.

Yoga Therapy

The asanas are performed for specific ailments, joints, ligaments, muscles and physiological purpose.  Many have the misconceptions that Yoga Therapy is only for recuperative purpose.  A great teacher who is teaching a group of general class can structure the asanas to cover from top to toe.

Restorative Yoga

It is to restore your loss elements such as mental and emotional.  It calms your stressful mind, promotes relaxation through stretches, loosening joints and ease the range of motions.

Jivamukti Yoga

It was founded in 1984 by Sharon Gannon and David Life.  It has a mixed of vinyasa flow sequencing in a unique formula and diet plan.


Anusara Yoga

Anusara Yoga  is derived from Iyengar origin and reintroduced to the community with a health oriented western approach.  Anusara emphasizes on the universal principles of alignment where all the physical asanas are connected to philosophical aspects of the practice.  The term “Anusara (a-nu-sar-a) means “flowing with Grace, nature and through the heart”.


There are many other forms of yoga such as Anusara, pre and post natal, shadow, kundalini, acroyoga, partner, anti-gravity, aerial etc.