... is a fixed series of 26 yoga postures in a room heated to 38° C (100.4° F). Each and every part of the body is intensively trained, which is beneficial to much more than just your head, neck and back. The standing, lying and sitting postures are well-suited for beginners as well as for advanced learners. Bikram Yoga revitalizes your body and afterwards you find peace and contentment. You feel reborn.
Forrest Yoga (26-30 degrees) was founded by the American Ana Frost. It is characterized by intensive position sequences which are told in a devoted manner. Forrest Yoga activates your self-healing process and encourages the awakening of your senses. Furthermore, it teaches you to use your breath and transports cure in every cell of our body. The 4 pillars of Forrest Yoga are: breathing, strength, integrity and spirit. One of the main focuses of Forrest Yoga is the exact alignment of the body e.g. active hands and feet and first and foremost a relaxed neck. This unique yoga style enables you to overcome emotional and mental blocks as well as obstructive behavior patterns. In addition, Forrest Yoga teaches and celebrates the beauty of life and the power of spirits. It is an inspiring yoga workout which creates flexibility, intelligence, power and it deepens the relationship to your inner self.
... is the synthesis of breathing and movement. It builds a bridge between traditional and dynamic styles of yoga. Through focused breathing you discover your vitality. Whether in the Sun Salutation, Warrior Pose or backward bend, Flow Yoga guides your thoughts in the right direction with its flowing movements. You feel the change.
... is a soft style of yoga which strengthens the body and consists of mainly sitting and lying positions. These yoga poses specifically target the muscles in your stomach, thighs and buttocks as well as mobilizing your hip joints. Focus on loosening the shoulder and neck areas adds to the complete body training. It's a gift to your body and spirit. You feel free.
... is a powerful and modern style of yoga. It's the yoga of action which sculpts the muscles and maintains a healthy, supple body. It includes active elements which develop your strength and endurance as well as training your body awareness and balance. The dynamic element increases your energy. You feel the power.
... is systematic body training in which the large and small skeletal muscle groups are targeted to help with good and healthy posture. Your stomach, torso and pelvic muscles are strengthened as deliberate breathing carries you through the poses. You feel great.