Created in 1978 but which only opened its doors to the general public nine years later, CPY Lisbon is where it all begins, and is where the guiding principles are also defined and later transported to the other accredited centres:
Classes programmed so that students can learn the basic techniques of Hatha Yoga in a progressive way, and adapted to their psychophysical pace.
Deepen the techniques learned. Coordinate the movement with the breath. Mental state of greater concentration is the conductor to your Yoga practice.
Learning and progression in the most advanced techniques of Hatha Yoga. Transmission of “Jnana” knowledge and “Shakti” power from teacher to student.
CPY Lisbon is situated in the city centre, in the São Sebastião neighborhood – the new avenues.
It is near the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation [Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian] and the El Corte Inglês shopping centre.
The following transport options will leave you near the Yoga Centre:
Around the Centre you will find many places of interest, including places to dine and areas where you can take a stroll.
By the Centre there are several bakeries and cafes for snacks:
After your meal, take advantage of the tours available:
At the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation you can enjoy the various museum exhibitions, as well as see a concert or attend a conference. For children, there are also many activities.