From December to March the classes are 1 1/2 hours long - the 3 hour classes starts April 2018
Our classes last three hours, and are for beginners and intermediates alike.
They include a range of different styles, including Ashtanga. Yin, Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Kundalini and Iyengar without the props.
Most classes include breathing techniques such as Pranayama and Ujjayi and meditation may be included in the some of the teachers class.
Our teachers come from all over the world, and are chosen for their experience and teaching ability. Each has their own individual style; some of them incorporate techniques from other disciplines, such as Tai Chi, dance, meditation, massage and physiotherapy, so lessons can be incredibly varied.
Whether you are an absolute beginner or an intermediate student, our classes will develop your knowledge and give you a deeply satisfying experience and further insight into yoga.
At Ibiza Yoga, we place great importance on individual development, and our experienced teachers will ensure that your yoga is practiced safely and relative to your ability.
We supply yoga mats, blocks and belts for the duration of your stay.
Here is the list of teachers for the retreat in 2017 they are not in cronilogical order :
To read more about our teachers please follow this link http://www.ibizayoga.com/Teachers.php to our teachers page. Here you will find a description of each teacher and the dates that they will be teaching.
Book on-line now and give your body a week of this healthy practise, fresh air, good food, mental relaxation and meet some like-minded souls along the way.
Yoga is not about forcing your body into perfect alignment but about finding the alignment for your perfect body
What is Yoga
The term Yoga, represents the physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines that aim to transform the body and mind. Its origins of Yoga may date back to pre-vedic Indian traditions; the earliest accounts were recorded around 400CE
Gurus from India later introduced yoga to the west in the late 19th and early 20th century. In the 1980s, yoga became popular as a system of physical exercise across the Western world.
Ultimately, it is both a philosophy and an exercise, promoting physical improvement, flexibility and mental calmness. During practice, it encourages us to breathe correctly, to be respectful and be mindful of our bodies and very importantly, dispense with our egos.
Amongst its many benefits yoga can:
Increase core strength, therefore improve posture
Increase flexibility and mobility by encouraging us to use our whole body.
Improve muscle tone by holding postures (Asanas)
Reduce stress levels, depression, insomnia, IBS and increase stamina, therefore increasing the quality of our our general health
Anybody can practice yoga. It is the intention to do ones best, not if one makes the posture, that is ultimately more important.
At the end of the week, the yoga will leave you looking great, feeling amazing,happy and healthy.
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|April||2-3.30pm||11am-12.30pm||11am-12.30pm||11am-12.30pm||2- 3.30pm||10am-12.30pm||Saturday but|
|May||2-5pm||10am-1pm||10am-1pm||10am-1pm||2-5pm||10-1||sometimes one of|
|August||3-7pm||9am-12pm||9am-12pm||9am-12pm||3-7pm||9-12||to teach a shorter|
|October||2-5pm||10am-1pm||10am-1pm||10am-1pm||2-5pm||10am-1pm||usual and this is|
|November||11am-12.30pm||11am-12.30pm||11am-12.30||11am-12.30pm||11am-12.30pm||10am12.30pm||only during the|