Aqua Yoga is an up and coming way to experience your yoga practice by taking it into the water. The water provides support and offloading for challenged joints so yogis who’ve had to give up a land practice can return. Aqua Yoga also challenges experienced yogis to take their practice deeper. All practitioners benefit from the restorative, soothing properties of the water for increased relaxation.
Styles of Yoga
Learn about the different styles of Yoga below or through the quick links on the right.
Alignment based yoga instruction is teaching with the principles of aligning the skeleton structure to better enable the student to experience better balance, stability and strength in yoga practice.
Anusara Yoga, created by John Friend, is a modern school of hatha yoga grounded in a Tantric philosophy of intrinsic goodness. Called heart-oriented, this style of yoga integrates the celebration of the heart, universal principles of alignment and energetic asanas.
A traditional style of yoga developed by K. Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India and is intended to heal the body through a dynamic series of postures, each building on the previous.
Ashtanga yoga is meant for everybody and it is best to learn from a qualified teacher.
Yoga is very popular along our beautiful Florida beaches. A beach yoga class can be any style of yoga that is practiced while enjoying fresh air, the sounds of waves and sunny days, made even more relaxing when combined with sunrises and sunsets.