Yoga At Prisim
At Prisim we recognise we are all unique, our bodies are different with its own set of limitations & strength which is why we offer a variety of yoga styles. We have a diverse set of teachers whose class focus ranges from dynamic sequences, meditation to live music, partner poses, asanas with props, inversions, balancing postures to pranayama (breathing practice). Regular practice improves flexibility, inner strength, breath awareness, and deepens the mind & body connection. We constantly collaborate with different instructors to provide new experiences.
Our classes are conducted daily, throughout the week (Monday-Saturday), so do get in touch with us for further details on current class timings & schedule
Various Forms taught at Prisim
The Sanskrit term “hatha” is an umbrella term for all physical postures of yoga. In the West, hatha yoga simply refers to all the other styles of yoga (Ashtanga, Iyengar, etc.) that are grounded in a physical practice. However, there are other branches of yoga such as kriya, raja, and karma yoga that are separate from the physical-based yoga practice. The physical-based yoga is the most popular and has numerous styles. Hatha yoga classes are best for beginners since they are usually paced slower than other yoga styles. Hatha classes today are a classic approach to breathing and exercises. If you are brand-new to yoga, hatha yoga is a great entry point to the practice.
In Sanskrit Ashtanga is translated as “Eight Limb path.” Ashtanga yoga involves a very physically demanding sequence of postures, so this style of yoga is definitely not for the beginner. It takes an experienced yogi to really love it. Ashtanga starts with five sun salutation A’s and five sun salutation B’s and then moves into a series of standing and floor postures. Vinyasa yoga stems from Ashtanga as the flowing style linking breath to movement.
Prenatal Yoga is carefully adapted for “moms to be” and is tailored to women in all trimesters. Many have said that prenatal is one of the best types of exercise for expectant moms because of the pelvic floor work, focus on breathing, and bonding with the growing baby; prenatal yoga also helps mothers prepare for labor and delivery.
By Dipali Vaghasia:
Dipali conducts personalized or group healing therapies to live music from Tibetan singing bowls, energy chimes, pipes and tincha bells. Our ancient knowledge of Nada Yoga recognizes the metaphysical system of sound & frequencies as a medicine-which science is only now accepting.
This youth yoga class is a great fit for the modern kid. Your children will love learning about yoga in class because the class is so much fun! Our registered yoga instructors are specially trained in yoga and children’s yoga to bring you the most cutting edge youth yoga class in town.