Breathe, Flow, Heal.

Nourish your joint health & flexibility with Vinyasa Yoga at Dubai's leading wellness space

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Class Timetable 

Vinyasa Yoga: Breathe, Flow, Heal.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga was born out of the Ashtanga lineage. The Ashtanga school was developed by a yogi named Sri Krishnamacharya, who taught it to Patthabi Jois.

The term vinyasa is a combination of two words. Nyasa has several meanings like “to place”, “special order”, “attention”, “and vi, which means “specially”. Vinyasa has many meanings in the Sanskrit language, however, in the context of yoga, Vinyasa can be best interpreted as
  • Special way
  • Special order
  • With attention
It is often understood as a practice with a theme or purpose consisting of poses linked and associated together.

There are as many versions, sequences, and definitions as there are teachers.

Vinyasa, written in lowercase, usually refers to the progression and continuity between the asanas. The most common usage is to define a specific linking sequence that is coordinated with the breath and gets you from pose to pose. The practice becomes a flow timed to the breath instead of just a series of discrete postures.
Keeping the concept of moving consciously “in a special way” in mind, a Vinyasa Flow class focuses on relationships between poses and, progressing from simpler to more complex asanas. Teachers also often work with setting an intention and keeping the body-breath-mind connection.

Benefits of regular practice

what to expect in a typical vinyasa yoga class.

Vinyasa yoga is all about movement and the flow of energy as you sync the body and the mind together through motion and breath.

This form of yoga embodies a yogic philosophy that in order to achieve true balance we must accept the change that happens around us and embrace it. We move through our poses as a way to accept the fluctuation of the world and join the body, the mind, and spirit into one. A vinyasa yoga class emphasizes movement. As you work through a sequence of postures, you’ll move from one pose to the next without pause and utilize your breathing to move from one posture to the next.

Meet your Instructors

Olivia Prescott

Teaching: Yin Yoga & Breathwork

A 250 Hr Yin, Hatha and Vinyasa yoga teacher and breathwork practitioner, Liv is a passionate believer in the amazing energy benefits of yoga and breathwork.    

Through her practice, Liv will guide you on a fully encompassing mind and body experience. She enhances her sessions with music to match the mood – from cool house beats to authentic tribal tones.  

Liv fell in love with Yin Yoga after experiencing the transformational benefits of the deeply relaxing and gentle practice. Her Yin Yoga sessions will help you let go of your everyday stress, while soothing your body and mind to cultivate inner peace.  

Liv has a background of working closely with communities in remote parts of Africa, Asia and South America, which has allowed her to appreciate fully the importance of living at one with nature and how being part of a community enhances our physical and mental health. Liv truly believes that practicing yoga and breathwork builds the connection between your mind and body, as well as the interconnectedness to each other and the entire world. 

Always ready to guide you with a smile, Liv hopes that you will take the benefits of your practice with her on the mat into your everyday life. 

Estefa Pastor

Teaching: Vinyasa Yoga and Yin Yoga

Yoga has transformed Estefa’s perspective on life, helping to fight fears and guiding her towards a better version of herself, she believes yoga can heal anyone. After spending one month in Rishikesh, India, Estefa received her 200-hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training certification, followed by a 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training in Thailand, a few years later. She is frequently attending workshops and seminars to continue to deepen her knowledge and evolve her practice.

Understanding the importance of bringing some Yin into our stressful lives, she completed a 50-hour Yin Yoga Training, a Sound Healing certification, and level 2 of Reiki, in Dubai. She runs monthly Sound healing sessions where the vibrations of her Gong and Tibetan bowls will help you reach a deep state of relaxation.

Estefa’s kindness reflects through her classes, where a combination of alignment, breathing and mindfulness will take you to a level of bliss. She combines purposeful sequencing, detailed verbal cues and expert hands-on assists to help her students find a holistic experience within their yoga practice. But expect a zest of humour and a pinch of Spanish accent too!

Estefa Pastor

Dubai’s Leading Wellness centre

Yoga F.A.Q’s

The studio is equipped with top-of-the-line yoga mats, sustainably made using natural materials. We also provide yoga blocks, organic cotton bolsters, meditation cushions, mats and organic cotton yoga straps. All of our equipment and the space is sanitised after every class. 

Yes, of course! There is no level of fitness required for the yoga classes. Yoga can benefit everyone, it can help you gain a sense of physical confidence and overall well-being.

Yes, In fact, you are a perfect candidate for yoga. Yoga will help you become more flexible. This newfound agility will be balanced by strength, coordination as well as a sense of physical confidence and overall well-being.

Yoga is more than just physically working your body. Within the physical practice of yoga, we connect the movement of the body to the rhythm of our breath, which helps to focus and relax the mind by directing our attention inward. Yoga can improve your bodies strength, flexibility and balance, whilst also calming your mind and improving your posture 

Any loose comfortable clothing that you can stretch in. Long-sleeved tops and bottoms are advised to keep the body warm. You may wear socks for this purpose also. 

Yin Yoga can be beneficial to practice while pregnant, however, it is always best to inform your teacher at the start of the class so she can make modifications where necessary. Due to the increase of the relaxing hormones during pregnancy, it is advised while the body may be more flexible, to not push the body to its limits and enjoy the meditation and stillness of the class. 

The Chi Room and all equipment used is sanitised after every class. We limit each class to a maximum number of 10 with sufficient space in between each mat to practice safe social distancing.

Yes, we have beautiful male and female changing rooms, with lockers and shower facilities. 

Our clinic is right next to a very large public car park.  There is always parking available, with the clinic only a few steps from the car park, you will find our location very convenient.