Regular practice and disciplined Yoga classes is the way to all achievements.
At CPYOGA we have several types of Yoga classes:
- Presencial Yoga Classes
- Online Yoga Classes
- Private Yoga Classes
Our Hatha Yoga classes are dynamic and challenging.
They respect the condition and particular characteristics of each student, using specific Yoga support materials whenever necessary, in order to be able to evolve safely.
In person Yoga classes, you will get to know and know how to correctly use materials such as: the “Feet-Up”, the retroflexion apparatus, anteflexion apparatus, the pelvic belt, kurunda, chairs, bolsters, belts, and blocks.
Yoga classes are organized in three levels:
- Beginners Yoga classes
- Intermediate Yoga classes
- Advanced Yoga Classes
The division into these levels allows students to learn the different Yoga techniques in a progressive, correct and adequate way to their psychophysical pace.
Hatha Yoga is composed of a varied set of techniques.
During classes, focus is given to Ásana (Yoga postures), Pránáyáma (Yoga breathing techniques) and Yoganidra (Yoga relaxation techniques) and Samyama (Yoga meditation techniques).
The Yoga class begins with the coordination of movement with Ujjayi breathing (basic Pranayama technique).
The aim is to bring breathing from a naturally automated process to a conscious process, coordinating body movement with breathing, gradually entering a state of greater concentration and focus of attention, conducive to the practice of Hatha Yoga (Samyama).
During the Yoga class, different Ásana techniques are developed that strengthen the body, develop flexibility, and release physical, mental and emotional tension.
The Yoga class usually ends with a Pranáyáma or Yoganidra technique, promoting a state of deep inner relaxation and mental clarity.
Hatha Yoga taught according to the CPYOGA method is one of the most challenging and demanding Hatha Yoga method, having a profound impact and action at a joint and organic level, contributing to your inner balance.
The CPYOGA Yoga teaching method is characterized by:
Be dynamic, producing quick and intense effects on the body and mind.
Use support materials to allow all students to follow the Yoga class, regardless of their condition.
During the Yoga class, the teachers give specific instructions, precise and understandable by all, and demonstrate the execution of the Yoga postures.
Yoga classes are conducted at a self-paced pace – the “flow” of body movement (with or without Vinyasana) follows the continuous rhythm of breathing.
The permanence in the Yoga postures is done with a focus on alignments and postural correction.
What can I expect from a Hatha Yoga class?
Hatha Yoga is composed of a varied set of techniques. In beginners’ classes, the focus is on Asana (postures), Pránáyáma (breathing) and Yoganidra (relaxation) techniques.
The class begins with the coordination of movement with Ujjayi breathing (Pránáyáma technique). The aim is to bring breathing from an automatic process to a conscious one, coordinating body movement with breathing, gradually entering a state of greater concentration and focus of attention, conducive to the practice of yoga.
During the class, different asana techniques are developed that strengthen the body, develop flexibility, and release physical and mental tension.
The class ends with a pranayama or Yoganidra technique, promoting a state of deep inner relaxation and mental clarity.
What is the proposal (or benefits) of Hatha Yoga?
Hatha Yoga taught according to the CPYOGA method is one of the most challenging and demanding, it has a profound impact and action at a joint and organic level, it contributes to your inner balance.
The CPYOGA teaching method is characterized by:
- Be dynamic, producing quick and intense effects on the body and mind.
- It uses support materials to allow all Hatha Yoga students to follow the class, regardless of their condition.
- During the Hatha Yoga class, the teachers give specific instructions, precise and understandable by all, and demonstrate the execution of Hatha Yoga postures.
- Hatha Yoga Classes are conducted at a self-paced pace – the flow of body movement (with or without Vinyasa) follows the continuous rhythm of breathing.
- The permanence in the Hatha Yoga postures is done with a focus on alignments and postural correction.
Do I need to pre-book my experimental yoga class?
Yes, please make your Yoga class reservation through our website: Here
Can I bring a friend to the yoga class?
To do so, you must notify your teacher in advance. If there is a vacancy, your friend can take the Yoga class by paying for 1 trial class.
When I go to my trial Yoga class, what should I do when I arrive at CPYOGA?
If it’s your 1st time at a Yoga class, we ask you to arrive 10 minutes before the start of the class. You must take off your shoes and leave them in the shoe rack at the entrance. Don’t forget to put your mobile phone on silent.
You can get to know your teacher, the space, and change your clothes before entering the classroom. That way, you have time to slow down and start your Yoga class without rushing.
What do I need to bring to the yoga class (equipment and material)?
Bring comfortable clothing, preferably cotton, that is not tight or too loose. A t-shirt or tank top, and short shorts like Bermuda shorts or leggings. If your hands and feet tend to sweat, bring a small Turkish face towel to place on the front of the stiky-mat.
At CPYOGA we have the necessary material for your practice (except the stiky-mat, but we can loan one for your first yoga classes), which will be properly sanitized after you use it.
Should I or should I not eat before yoga class?
Try not to eat about 2 hours before the yoga class.
How long are the yoga classes?
Yoga classes for beginners and intermediates last 1 hour. Advanced Yoga classes last 1h 30.
I never did yoga. Will I be able to follow the Yoga class?
Certainly! At CPYOGA Yoga classes are divided by levels: Yoga Beginner classes, Yoga Intermediate classes and Yoga Advanced Classes. Our teachers will give you the necessary instructions during Yoga practice, so that you can follow the Yoga class safely and comfortably. You should let the teacher know that this is your 1st yoga class, and let him know if you have any joint mobility limitations or any other situation that could restrict the Yoga practice in any way.
How many times/week do you advise the practice of Hatha Yoga?
Ideally it would be every day, but with the pace of life today, and for beginners, if you manage to come assiduously 2x/week, it would be great. We consider the minimum to be able to enjoy the benefits of the practice of Yoga.
Can I lose weight with Hatha Yoga?
Although the objective of practising Yoga is not to lose weight or improve your appearance, there is no doubt that the organic and endocrine balance brought about by the practice of Hatha Yoga has a profound effect on your metabolism. Facilitating a natural and healthy process of rebalancing your body weight.
I’m Pregnant. Can I participate in Hatha Yoga classes?
If you are an experienced Yoga practitioner, and you have already passed the first 3 months of pregnancy, you can follow our beginners Yoga classes following the variants suitable for pregnant yoga practitioners.
If you’ve never practiced Yoga, we can schedule a private Yoga class with an experienced teacher from €60 a session.