Anusara/Hatha
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Boca Paila Km. 7.5 Tulum
Quintana Roo, Mexico
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Styles

Yoga Shala offers more styles and classes than any other studio in Tulum. We offer traditional Hatha for those looking to let the prana revitalise their bodies and for those who are willing to try something new, they can work on their confidence in Astanga or deepen their practice with kriyas and mediation through Kundalini yoga. You can explore the different schools of yoga and find which one suits you best.

Ashtanga
The classical form of power yoga as taught in its traditional sequence. Combines power and flexibility with movement, bandhas and breath to produce an energetic and detoxifying practice.

Kundalini
Kundalini Yoga uses movement, sound current, breath & meditation to relax & heal your mind and body, allowing the spirit to flow freely. This powerful and effective form of Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, Ph.D., is a great way to recharge & heal your body quickly.

Vinyasa
Vinyasa is characterized by flowing poses and sequences that are linked to the breath. This class is diverse and sequencing will vary with instructor philosophy and in general is a vigorous, more athletic approach to yoga.

Anusara/Hatha
A system of hatha yoga that is heart-oriented, spiritually inspiring and yet grounded in a deep knowledge of outer and inner body alignment. Anusara integrates three key areas of practice: attitude, alignment and action. It is an all-inclusive yoga in which each student’s various abilities and limitations are deeply respected and honored.

Svabhava (def: inner calling, essential nature, one’s own becoming)
A slow, vinyasa flow with attention to the ujjai breath using creative sequencing, pulsation vinyasas, undulations, round movements, and micromovements. This is a moving meditation, a way of developing what the Bhagavad Gita describes as “skill in action,” by releasing tension surrounding action, finding your internal center, observing the attitudes and ideas you bring to the asanas, and experiencing the space where you are absorbed with the process rather than the results of your action.

What is the Shala? It is a place to share, to learn, to grow, to heal, to practice, to love and to be one with the supreme.