Class Description

Daya Yoga offers variety of classes. Most of our practice is based on Vinyasa Yoga, however we strongly emphasise on elements of Ashtanga and Anusara styles. There is also Capoeira and Zumba. Find a class that is appropriate for you.

Commonly asked questions:

Anusara Yoga

daya-yoga A style of yoga developed by John Friend known for its heart-centered approach. Anusara focuses on all principles of alignment.


daya-yoga (Sanskrit for "eight-limbed") Yoga– brought to the world by teachings of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. Ashtanga practice includes several increasingly difficult series of postures, energetic vinyasa flow and sun salutation (surya namascara).

Beginners / Basic

daya-yoga Class focuses the foundations of yoga. Class designed for the new students who have never practiced yoga, but also for everybody else. If you still learning basic asanas (poses) of yoga or if you need to feel like a beginner again that`s a great class for you as well. Simple but sweaty class with sun salutations, worriers and balancing poses. . Basic asana and meditation. No inversions. If you have a worse days or less energy take this class instead of your regular practice.

Candle Light

daya-yoga Class designed for the body, mind and a soul. Characterized by a pleasant flow in a relaxing and warm candlelight. Detoxifying, purifying, encouraging strong inward focus and meditation.


daya-yoga Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance and music. It was created in Brazil by descendants of African slaves. It is known by quick and complex moves, using mainly power, speed, and leverage for leg sweeps. Capoeira is intensive, but extremely interesting, after a while it becomes a lifestyle. Consists of many cultural aspects of Brazil. In the class you will learn the brasilian-portugese language, play instruments, sing, dance samba and maculele. Sweat and have fun…

Core Yoga

daya-yoga Class where yoga poses are utilized to build strong core. Yoga experience is not required.

Gentle Yoga

daya-yoga Slow but intense class, longer held poses and deep breathing 
that allows to build a lot of heat in the body. Alignment focused yoga taught in the tradition of BKS Iyengar.. 
The benefits are: purification of the body trough intense sweating, training the mind to stay
 focus in the practice. A lot of twists and deep abdominal breathing.

Hatha Yoga

daya-yoga An invigorating and accessible for everyone class designed to encourage students to strengthen their bodies and stretch their minds. Commonly called a physical yoga.


daya-yoga Kundalini is described as a sleeping, dormant potential force in the human organism. Natural energy of the self where the self is the universal consciousness coiled at the base of the spine within the muladhara chakra. It is one of the components of an esoteric description of the 'subtle body', which consists of nadis (energy channels), chakras (energy centers), prana (subtle energy), and bindu (drops of essence. Through meditation and kundalini yoga the kundalini energy is being awaken, which leads to different levels of mystical experience, self-realization, enlightenment.


daya-yoga Class is open to all, where students are able to adjust the practice to their own level. You many not be able to do everything that is in that class and ... it's OK.

Restorative Yoga

daya-yoga Uses props in order to open the body, clam the nervous system and promote relaxation. Restorative poses help relieve the effects of chronic stress, including weakness and fatigue brought on by our daily fast lifestyles. Poses are held for a long time, various breathing techniques are used. Practitioner learns how to cultivate awareness by bringing his attention to the areas where the tension is and consciously releasing and letting it go. Students of every level can benefit from this kind of practice.

Power Yoga

daya-yoga It’s a workout with a fast pace, energetic flow,lots of vinyasa, arm balancing and creativity. Power poses that build up heat. You will sweat and have fun.


daya-yoga Breathing exercises, which enhance awareness and preparation for meditation yoga.

Prenatal Class

daya-yoga Designed for pregnant women. Poses are modified according to each trimester in order to strengthen, improve balance and circulation. Relaxation and breathing techniques are helpful when its time to give birth.


daya-yoga yoga is recommended for those who cannot practice intensively, because of the age or injuries. Class consists of gentle and slow movements. Brings emotional and physical balance. Class designed to help to relief pain and give support to functioning of the joints and muscles.


daya-yoga consists of a constant flow, where the breath and movement is synchronized. Person moves on inhale or exhale, could be slow pace or fast pace. Usually very physical and intense practice. You will sweat.


daya-yoga The only Latin-inspired dance-fitness program, that blends all dances you can imagine and makes it into a hard work out. You don’t need to know how to dance. Its like a party.

Kripalu Flow

daya-yoga Kripalu Flow is a vinyasa yoga class that blends diverse yoga styles in a sequence of poses coordinated with the breath. Kripalu Yoga uses classic asanas (though not a particular set or routine), pranayama (breathwork), development of a quiet mind, and the practice of relaxation. Emphasis: following the flow of prana (life-force energy), practicing compassionate self-acceptance, developing witness consciousness (observing the activity of the mind without judgment), and taking what is learned “off the mat” and into daily life. Each class is different in structure. All levels.


daya-yoga Rocket yoga is based on a modification of traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa while offering an open space that allows individual creative modifications while honoring the core values of ancient Ashtanga practice. Open to beginners and advances practitioners. "The Rocket is designed to wake up the nervous system and feed it the precious prana it craves while promoting a spirit of change and freedom in the practive." - Larry Schultz (Rocket Creator)

Prana Flow

daya-yoga Using hatha style asana sequence. we embark on a class that is primarily focused on the healing and subtle aspects of the breath. Each class is focused on a particular energy circuit "nadi" and energy vortice "chakra" Through the sequence we learn of the energy system and abilities of manipulation through awareness of inner locks and gates. In a class one would expect 25 minutes of breath practice "pranayama" and spinal warm ups, 45 minutes of posture practice "asana" and 10 minutes of rest and meditation

Yin Yoga

daya-yoga Explore the power of surrender. Yin Yoga offers a deep opening and lubrication of the major joints and connective tissue, while tense muscles are consciously released and relaxed. Slow and meditative, this class is perfect for taming a raucous mind or working carefully and compassionately into a not-so-flexible body. Bring extra layers for warmth. All levels.

Reiki and Restore

daya-yoga Unwind with gentle, supportive postures combined with hands-on energy healing to aid in full relaxation. Long holds and deep stretches will melt away your stress and rejuvenate the body, mind, and soul. Description of Reiki: Reik is a Japanese form of energy healing that is a simple, natural, and completely safe method of self-improvement and individual, whole-person healing. This treatment has been used as complement to medical and therapeutic care, and is beneficial in healing illnesses, injuries, and emotional traumas. It can even be useful in aiding a restful night's sleep and the release of built up stress. There is no religious affiliation with Reiki, and it is open to anyone to experience.

Women Rejuvenation Circle

daya-yoga Women's Rejuvenation Workshop is a co-created experience of women supporting women in reclaiming our bodies, beings, and sexualities as our own. We draw power from the archetype of the triple goddess: the Maiden, Mother, and and ever-wise Crone that lies within each of us, and in gathering together, we are able to tap into our deep reserves of wisdom, and healing potential. We believe that the healing and empowerment of women is vital for the healing and empowerment of the world. Through our structure of forming a sacred circle, guided meditation, emotional check-in, ritual, and honoring our bodies' sacred sensuality, we create a healthier, juicier means of being, healing the earth and inviting a more kind and conscious society, one empowered woman at a time.