Yogaworks offers different yet complementary styles of hatha yoga. All styles are based on the physical practice of yoga together with specific breathing techniques.
Hatha yoga is the physical branch of yoga which provides tools for the development of a healthy body and a clear mind. Regular practice of hatha yoga cleans and tones the body from inside out, and increases strength, stamina and flexibility. Hatha yoga can also help boost the immune system, reduce stress, and improve overall body posture. For more information on yoga and the benefits of hatha yoga, please refer to the FAQ section.
The choice of the class depends on individual objectives and preferences.
Recommended for beginners and all levels, this class teaches the fundamentals of hatha yoga practice, with particular emphasis on the alignment and precision of the postures. It is an excellent conditioning for body, mind and breath.
Not recommended for complete beginners, this is a powerful, flowing and athletic type of yoga. While focusing alignment and integrity in the postures you will move, sweat, breathe, and hopefully have fun!
Ashtanga « Mysore style »
Run by Ashtanga Yoga Lausanne, this is a self-practice following the traditional Ashtanga series. In a small group, the teacher instructs each student one-to-one. These classes are not included in the Yogaworks passes. More information can be found on http://www.ashtanga-yoga-lausanne.com.
If you are a complete beginner, we recommend you start with our «hatha» classes.
Please still try to arrive at least 10-15 minutes before the class to have adequate time to change and get ready.
Wear light sports clothes and practice with bare feet (no socks).
Try to practice on a light stomach.
Please let the instructor know before the beginning of the class if you are dealing with any injuries or have any special conditions such as pregnancy, high or low blood pressure etc.
Yoga mats are provided, but feel free to bring your own.
Changing rooms, showers, lockers are available.
Please turn off your phone and respect the silence in the yoga room.