- Builds phsycial strength and mental endurance
- Increases the bodies natural detoxification process
- Massages internal organs and increases oxygen transport
- Boosts immunity through the winter and summer months
- Supports the bodies self healing capabilities
- Creates a calm and tranquil state of being
- Increases energy levels on a mental and physical level
- Rebalances the circadian rhythms, sleep and wake cycles
- And much much more……….
If you are new to Moksha, why not try 7 consecutive days of unlimited access to all Yoga classes for $20 and experience the benefits for yourself!
“To sweat is to pray, to make an offering of your innermost self. Sweat is holy water, prayer beads, pearls of liquid that release your past. Sweat is an ancient and universal form of self healing, whether done in the gym, the sauna, or the sweat lodge … The more you sweat, the more you pray. The more you pray, the closer you come to ecstasy”. Gabrielle Roth
Vinyasa Yoga Classes with Moksha Yoga
The Vinyasa Yoga classes are designed for students who have prior Yoga experience or who have completed our Introduction to Vinyasa Yoga Beginners Course. This class is taught using a strong vinyasa (flowing form) style and is suitable for those looking to experience a more challenging consistent practice.
We aim to support each student to develop a consistent Yoga practice which is the key to experiencing Yoga in all its forms, whilst challenging both the mind and body, and is a great class to help you move deeper into your practice. The class explores a variety of challenging vinyasa sequences in a warm room of up to 28°C so expect to sweat!!!
We also offer variations of postures to suit every body to ensure that each student experiences the most from their individual practice. We explore a variety of vinyasa sequences whilst incorporating pranayama (breathing practices) and bandha (physical and energetic locks) to support you to move deeper into your practice.
A consistent Yoga practice is now considered to be an effective tool for injry and disease preventation. Research papers showing just how Yoga can make a difference can be found at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=yoga.