Hatha Yoga Yoga Nidra,
& Meditation Classes
Not only do we practice movement-based yoga in these classes but we incorporate other principles such as breathwork, meditation, and unique teachings which are so often overlooked by modern-day yoga.
Hatha Yoga is an original yoga lineage, focusing on movement, breathwork, meditation, and self-inquiry. Incorporating these yogic principles into your life is truly what upgrades your quality of life, ability to understand the world around you and helps you to manifest your dreams.
If you’re looking to:
✔ Calm your mind and clear your mental space
✔ Move your body in a safe and progressive way
✔ Learn how to manage daily stress
✔ Expand your consciousness
✔ Take part in deep work, such as self-inquiry and your relationship with life force energy
✔ Connect the dots between your body, mind, and spirit
✔ Learn to meditate daily
Then sign up for my Hatha Yoga Class
*You can expect this class to be a complete practice, involving asana, pranayama, and meditation. These classes take between 60-90 minutes depending on individual and/or group requirements
Too busy to meditate? Then meditation is exactly what you need. Meditation can be practiced by anyone and can benefit your life in every aspect. I offer a 45-minute meditation class that teaches you not only how to meditate but how to easily implement it into your daily routine.
Some of the benefits include:
✔ More mental clarity and less destructive thought patterns
✔ A release of physical tension and negative emotions
✔ A feeling of contentment and peace, allowing us to enjoy the present moment
✔ A better sense of self-awareness
✔ Increased creativity and imagination
If you want to:
✔ Calm your inner world and make profound changes in your outer world
✔ Learn how to meditate
✔ Develop your daily meditation practice
Allow yourself to experience the benefits by joining me in a meditation class.
Yoga Nidra is a deeply relaxing and restorative practice. It focuses less on movement and more on meditation, so you can develop multiple nourishing layers of well-being.
If You Want To:
✔ Experience the deeply nourishing practice of Yoga Nidra
✔ A state between sleeping and waking
✔ Completely relax and begin to deeply heal
✔ Access your subconscious and challenge limiting beliefs
✔ Connect to the part of yourself that is unchanging, always free, your inner knowing and guidance
✔ Leave the session with clarity and inspiration
Is Yoga Nidra an ideal choice for you?
*This is a 45 minute class together with preparation. Yoga Nida is a meditative practice, it involves some movement at the beginning but is mainly practiced lying down.
– Karen, California
“I was searching for a way to connect my spiritual journey, and with the body that would carry me through this earth – and I have found that connection with Martyna. I was new to yoga when I started and she was so kind, thoughtful, and committed to providing exceptional instruction. I learn something new in every single class, and always leave our class refreshed and renewed. I would recommend Martyna to absolutely anyone, and everyone!”
What is Tantric Hatha Yoga?
This traditional, lineage-based practice has been passed from student to teacher for thousands of years. The practices aim to empower you and help you to create an abundant life, whilst at the same time developing spiritually and achieving the goal of yoga – a union with the divine. Tantric Hatha Yoga includes Asana (posture), Pranayama (breathwork), Meditation, and much more. The practice also encompasses Ayurveda, the science of longevity, Tantric philosophy (not to be confused with the sexual practice), and a wholesome approach to life. We don’t practice yoga to be good at yoga, we practice yoga to be good at life.
I am not flexible and I have some physical limitations. Can I practice yoga?
Yoga is not gymnastics, it’s for everyone. If you aren’t flexible, it will make you more flexible! If you have some limitations, like back pain or old injuries, therapeutic adjustments can help you ease the pain and gain more freedom in your body. Asana – posture – is just one part of yoga. You can focus more on breathing, meditation, and Yoga Nidra if this is what you prefer.
My mind is too busy to meditate. How can I make my mind more still?
Meditation will make your mind more still. It may seem very difficult at the beginning, but with practice, you will notice the results. If your mind is constantly busy, then you should definitely meditate.
How will yoga practice help me in achieving my goals and creating the life I want?
Yoga is much more than a physical practice. Yoga works on physical, mental, and energetic levels, both consciously and unconsciously. If you practice in a way that is aligned with your needs and constitution, you will notice the changes quickly. Your mind will become clearer and it will be easier to listen to your intuition. You’ll make decisions from a deep inner knowing. You’ll know what you truly need and want and pursue your goals with more joy and ease.
If yoga is a spiritual practice, does it require me to change my religion or beliefs?
Yoga is not a religion and it’s not required to have specific beliefs. You simply start where you are. The practice will nourish your body, stretch your mind, and open your heart.