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Weekly schedule

WASA YOGACENTER    

SCHEDULE / SCHEMA / AIKATAULU  8.10.2020 -->

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Bank / Pankki: FI 488650 0710 248416  Prices: 1 time 12/10/7€, 10x 90/80/60€, 3 months 200/170€

Description of the classes below the schedule!     

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sun

 

10-11.15
Hatha
Lempeä/mild 7€
Minna

10-11.15
Morgonyoga (sve) 7
Milla

11-12.15
Lempeä jooga (fi) 7€
Milla

10-11.15
Hatha
Versatile  7€
Minna
Start 21.8



 

15-16.15
Yin   7€
Milla  ¤¤¤

 

 

 

16.00-17.30
Gravidyoga Äitiysyoga
Minna     10€
Start 23.8

16.30-17.45
Vinyasa 
Yvonne
Start 31.8

16.30-18.15
Astanga Mysore
Tapsa

 



16.30-18
Astanga
INTRO
fi
Anne

16.15-18
Astanga Mysore
Tapsa
Start 21.8

 

18-19.30
Astanga
beg.
Intro swe 
Milla 

18.30-20
Astanga
Led fi
Tapsa

18-19.30
Ashtanga
Led
Milla

18.15-19.30
Yin
Anne

 

18.15-19.30
Yin
Milla ¤¤
Start 23.8

 

 

19.45-21
Yin & Yang
Yvonne
Start 2.9

 

 

 

           ¤¤¤  Long YIN on Tuesdays 14.15 -16.15:                            ¤¤ Long YIN on Sundays 18.15-20.15:
                    8.9 - 6.10 -10.11                                                                     27.9 - 25.10 - 29.11

   

 

Description of the classess below!

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DESCRIPTION OF THE CLASSES

Teaching is in Swedish and Finnish, but he teachers speak English if necessary!

Morning yoga (Morgonyoga): A relaxing way of waking up in the morning (also suitable for seniors). Most of the postures are made while laying down. This practice will strengthen your muscles and increase your flexibility, all in rhythm with your own breathing. Long relaxation at the end. Teaching in Swedish. Drop in!

Lempeä jooga: Same content as in morning yoga, teaching in Finnish. Drop in!

Yin: This is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures that are held for longer periods of time (more than 3 minutes). Yin-yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body — the tendons, fascia, and ligaments — with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A more meditative approach to yoga, yin aims at cultivating awareness of inner silence and mindfulness. Suitable for all, no previous experience needed. Drop in!

Hatha, mild: Hatha is a physical form of yoga, striving for balance in body and mind. The pace is slow including both strong and dynamic and strengthening postures combined with calm stretching. The breathing is essential and every class ends with relaxation. The class suites everybody. Drop in!

Hatha, versatile: Hatha is a physical form of yoga, striving for balance in body and mind. The pace is quite slow, varying between series of poses, more demanding postures and calm stretching. The breathing is essential and every class ends with relaxation. The class suites you, who has been doing some yoga before. Drop in!

Yin & Yang: Blends two styles of yoga into practice – a combination of dynamic, active sequences and calming, relaxing stretching poses. In this class, Yang Yoga refers to a Vinyasa Flow tradition, working on sun salutations, dynamic movements, flows and standing poses. Yang Yoga strengthens your muscles and increases blood flow which in turn also improves the condition of your skin. Yin Yoga concentrates on gently opening the deep muscle- and connective-tissues of the body which allows for smoother joint mobility. Every class will end with a restorative session of at least 15 minutes of relaxation or meditation. Drop in!

Pregnancy yoga: A peaceful and relaxing class, focusing on the breath. Gently stretching and strengthening. Relaxing postures, which are useful during birth. No previous experience of yoga needed. Suitable for pregnancy weeks 20-40. Drop in!

Vinyasa: Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. Vinyasa classes offer a variety of postures and no two classes are alike.  In this class, we build strength, coupled with flexibility, by emphasizing and exploring slower options, creating for example, Sun and Moon Salutations step by step, rehearsing the specific postures required. As there are always options, this class suits everybody. Drop in!

Ashtanga
INTRO: Ashtanga yoga is an exciting and physical form of yoga. It consists of a series of standing, seated and lying-down postures. The benefits are a more peaceful state of mind, physical and mental strength, increased flexibility, a broader lung capacity, detoxifying the body and increased intuition. Teaching in Finnish and English. This class is for beginners. Register before the start, because of limited number of participants.

Ashtanga led class: This is the continuation to the introduction course (above). In this class we will enhance at least the standing asanas (postures) and continue with new asanas (seated) from the Primary Series. Drop in!

Ashtanga mysore: Mysore Style is the traditional way to learn the Ashtanga practice. Each student practices the Ashtanga sequence of postures to their own ability and at their own pace. The teacher assists the students individually by giving physical adjustments and verbal instructions. The asana chart is available to help you remember the correct order of the asanas. Drop in!

Ashtanga /beginner’s mysore: Suites everybody who have attended led classes and are looking for more individual assistance and introduction to new asanas. The asana chart is available to help you do your own practice. We recommend that you combine this class with a led class on a weekly basis. Drop in!