Yoga classes are available daily at Blue Karma Ubud at 8.30 am and 6 pm.
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In Sanskrit, the word Hatha is a combination of the “sun” (ha) and the “moon’ (tha). The word Hatha suggests something powerful and stubborn.
Hatha Yoga is a strong technique for self-transformation. Thank to a set of physical exercises (physical postures, yogic breathing, meditation…) designed to align your skin, muscles and bones, you will develop strength and flexibility.
Hatha Yoga helps you to focus on your breath, keep control of your mind and to be more present in the unfolding of each moment.
The Ashtanga Yoga has been developed by Shri K. Pattabhi Jois and is much more physical and athletic that the other forms of yoga.
The Ashtanga Yoga is based on eight outlines : moral codes (Yama), self-purification and study (Niyama), posture (Asana), breathing (Pranayama), the internal sensory listening (Pratyahara), the power of concentration (Dharana), meditation (Dhyana) and the state of unity (Smadhi).
This technique asks to practice movement and teaches to synchronize breath producing an internal heat designed to purify and sublimate the body.
The Restorative Yoga use a host of wonderful benefits that are often overshadowed by the others type of yoga. This technique guides you into a healing and recuperative experience.
Practicing frequently the Restorative Yoga help you to achieve a deep level of relaxation. This method use props and few simple poses to help you in this mutation.
The Restorative Yoga can help you to slow down with your lifetime, encourage your personal realization, the self awareness and introspection of your mind.
Yin Yoga is a peaceful style of yoga with poses that are held for longer periods of time. This technique could be described as steady, stationary, womanly or chilly yoga, a meditative approach of yoga, allowing you to gently cultivate your awareness of inner silence and to enlighten your universal soul.
Yin Yoga poses moderately stress the connective tissues of the body (tendons, fascia and ligaments) with the purpose of developing circulation in the joints and improving elasticity.
The term Kundalini recall “a spiritual energy of life force located at the base of the spine”, visualized as a coiled-up serpent. Kundalini Yoga will increase this life force intensity, helping you to stand still in front of challenges and fears that may appear when confronting the unknown.
To prepare our body, nervous system and mind to handle the rising of Kundalini energy, the postures of this Yoga technic will focus on the navel and spine activity by selective pressurizations of body and meridians.