Our Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi classes are the backbone of Osana and a vital part of our goal towards wellness. With three studios – Sun, Moon and Earth – located in different parts of the villa, we welcome people of all ages and abilities to join us in our barefoot classes.
barefoot drop in class: 150le
10 class pass: 1300le
one month unlimited yoga: 2,200le
mysore 1 month unlimited: 2000le
mysore 8 classes 1,200le
children’s drop in class: 120le
children’s 5 class pass: 500le
Yoga one on one 450le per hour
Yoga buddy session (2 people) 600le per hour
The most athletic and physically demanding form of yoga, Ashtanga consists of dynamic movement (vinyasa) and still, stable asanas. There are 6 sequences in all, with the finishing sequence involving body inversions to change the energy flow through the body and prepare you for relaxation. A certain level of fitness is required to start this intense classic Indian yoga style, often called ‘power yoga’.
Hatha Yoga is the root of all contemporary yoga practices and really is the correct term for what we now just call ‘yoga’. Hatha classes combine a slower sequence of poses, emphasizing alignment and deep breathing. In practice, a Hatha Yoga class will usually involve a warm up through sun salutation, followed by a series of poses (asanas), but without the intense flowing movements of vinyasas. The classes also include pranayama (breathing exercises) to help energise and balance the nervous system. Hatha is suitable for all levels.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga
A dynamic flowing style of yoga, Vinyasa harmonises breath and movement to give strength, grace and freedom
Feldenkrais is an Awareness Through Movement (ATM) class designed to bring attention to the organisation of our body, its habits and patterns, in order to better understand, feel and explore the infinite possibilities we are capable of. ATMs are helpful for easing bodily fatigue, handling chronic ailments, increasing flexibility and for providing a sense of over-all wellbeing and comfort.
One of the first yoga traditions to be introduced to the west, a Sivananda class begins with pranayama (breathing exercises) followed by sun salutations and then a series of 12 asanas with resting in savasana (corpse pose) in between. Sivananda yoga often emphasises the spiritual aspects of a yoga practice.
Pranayama Yoga with Hatha
A comprehensive teaching of exercises, breathing, meditation and mantras introduced to the west by Yogi Bhajan as ‘the mother of all yogas’. Kundalini Yoga is a fast and effective way to energise the body, clear the mind, and elevate the spirit. Classes are built on powerful rhythmic movements, various breathing techniques and meditations aiming to strengthen your nervous system, balance your glandular system, and harness the energy of both your mind and emotions without being controlled by their powers.
Hot Flow Yoga
Hot Flow Yoga is a Vinyasa inspired flow set to music. Designed to build heat through the body, increase flexibility in the muscles and inspire the mind, this class creates a flow using breath as a guide and music as rhythm. Hot Flow Yoga is practised in a 34 degree room, so bring a towel, a smile and yourself. This class is aimed at those who have a basic knowledge of yoga, but all are welcome. Come prepared to sweat and let go!
Our success is measured by how skillfully & efficiently we support people. AcroFit is a balanced, progressive training for body, mind and spirit… EQUIPMENT FREE!
The progressive four-tiered circuit-based program appeals to fitness beginners and advanced practitioners alike, as well as trainers and elite athletes.
Pilates aims to strengthen the body in an even way, with particular emphasis on core strength to improve general fitness and wellbeing. At Osana, Pilates exercises are done on a mat. Pilates was developed by German-born Joseph Pilates, who believed mental and physical health were closely connected. His method was influenced by western forms of exercise, including gymnastics, boxing and Greco-Roman wrestling.
Runners Stretch Class
Hot Fusion Flow
Working in a room at 28-30º Celsius we use a combination of free weights, Vinyasa sequencing and cardio to intensify your workout.
There is a mix of strength training moves like squats, lunges, bicep curls and core exercises mixed with sun salutations drawn from Yoga
Be prepared to sweat in this gently heated class.
Yoga for All Ages
This is for those who think we’re too old, young, stiff or unfit for yoga (and it’s not true because it’s never too late).
We believe that Yoga is for everyone regardless of age, body shape or fitness.
Yoga for the young at heart
As we mature in age, we hopefully have more time for ourselves, our family, for leisure, and relaxation. However, it is also the time when we can become more susceptible to some ailments and this is a good reason to stay fit and healthy. Yoga is a form of exercise that adapts to your needs and abilities. It makes your body fitter, the mind calmer and relaxes you. Yoga is also beneficial in the prevention and control of common health problems that are commonly linked with aging. Some yoga poses are designed to normalise your blood pressure and balance the nervous system, as well as being helpful in the prevention of heart conditions.
At Osana, in addition to Urban Zen Restorative and Hatha Yoga classes, you can take a Never Too Late (aka Golden Girls!) class, which is an ideal introduction to yoga. Or, if you prefer, you can start with a Yoga for the non-Yogi or a private one-on-one class in your home or at Osana.
Yoga for Children
Yoga is for everyone – you’re never too young (or too old) to start.
Kids yoga classes are a wonderful way to increase children’s coordination, focus, self-awareness, confidence, balance and self esteem while they stretch and strengthen their bodies.
Through yoga, children can learn to relax, concentrate and begin to understand and connect with their ever-changing bodies and selves.
Yoga for Teens
Teenagers, perhaps more than anyone, need to ease the everyday stress and pressures of their lives. a yoga class is the perfect pause in between the hectic worlds of school, friends, studying and partying.
Besides relaxing, improving mood and promoting physical fitness, studies prove that teens who practice yoga are less anxious and perform better in school. teen yogis are also more confident, have improved self-esteem and body acceptance and are more creative and disciplined.
Yoga is the perfect complement to other sports, such as football, swimming, tennis and basketball.