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Yoga has been supporting my path for over 20 years. I found deep meaning in the yogic philosophy, which profoundly resonates with my beliefs. I am immensely grateful for all the teachings I was blessed with during these years. I humbly feel that my way to retribute all the benefits I received from different teachers is by passing them along to others, promoting this positive ripple effect of propagating love, peace, and happiness. 

Private sessions are wonderful for those looking for individualized attention and guidance. They are very effective if you are recovering from an injury, have specific physical limitations, or want a practice tailored to your expectations and needs. The classes can be designed for all ages and levels of experience. I offer different styles: Hatha, Vinyasa, Yoga Basics, Gentle Yoga, Power Yoga, Restorative, Yoga Nidra, Yin Yoga, and Chair Yoga. Small groups option available. I also offer classes for kids, teens, seniors, and family yoga.

Yoga classes can be blended with energy and breath work, as well as hypnotic suggestions (hypno-yoga). 

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Yoga Classes Description

I offer different yoga styles accessible for all levels and ages. Below, you will find the description of my classes. Please message me if you have any questions or are interested in creating a program to meet your specific needs.

Hatha Yoga

The term Hatha is derived from the Sanskrit "ha", meaning "sun," and "tha", meaning "moon," leading to the interpretation that Hatha yoga is designed to balance these two energies that dwell within us. Hatha yoga comprises a set of active poses that aim to achieve harmony and balance in the mind, body, and spirit. Hatha yoga is a slower-moving class where you hold each pose for a few breaths, focusing on your breath while improving posture and alignment. This practice is suitable for all ages and levels of experience.

Andrea Correia doing yoga pose. butterfly

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa yoga emphasizes the sequential movement between postures, coordinated with and guided by the breath. Vinyasa connects conscious breath with movement, becoming a moving meditation that builds strength, balance, flexibility, and fluidity in the body and mind. This practice can be tailored for beginners, intermediate, and seasoned practitioners. More advanced poses will be introduced according to your level of proficiency, confidence, and physical condition. 

Andrea Correia doing yoga pose, dancer's pose

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is a restful, meditative practice that slows down and opens your body through complete passive stretching. It allows you to release tension, stiffness, and tightness in the body and bring the nervous system into a state of healing. Most restorative yoga poses are based on the practices of B.K.S. Iyengar, using props like bolsters, blocks, straps, and blankets to support complete relaxation of mind and body. You will hold each pose in an effortless and releasing way for an extended period, varying from 3 to 7 minutes per pose, sometimes more.


Yin Yoga

Yin yoga targets your deep connective tissues, the fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. It's slow and meditative, allowing you to turn inward and tune into your mind and your body's physical sensations. Yin yoga stretches the muscles by applying gentle stress to specific tissues. The use of muscles is kept to a minimum, so they are gently engaged to hold the posture without much effort. The difference between yin yoga to restorative yoga is that the latter uses props to create a structure underneath you to support the body's full release and relaxation on top.

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra takes you effortlessly into a state of harmonious, restful being. Nidra means sleep, but we are not supposed to sleep during practice. We call it dynamic sleep. It is a meditative practice that draws your attention inwards, and you achieve a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, induced by a guided meditation. When you reach this state, your body finds its natural equilibrium (homeostasis), the breath becomes quiet, and you fall into a natural state of deep, blissful awareness. Then, you can heal, restore, and connect with your true self. It’s a sublime practice, commonly experienced lying down.


Chair Yoga

Chair yoga is an adapted yoga practice that allows you to stay seated while practicing yoga-focused poses. It can be practiced by anyone who wants to enjoy the benefits of yoga and may have mobility limitations. Chair yoga is great for anyone who needs more support, is managing an injury, or wants a more therapeutic approach to the practice. Many of the basic body mechanics of the postures remain the same. You can strengthen and improve muscle tone and be gentle to your joints while nurturing better breathing habits, reducing stress, and promoting better sleep and well-being. Chair yoga is a wonderful practice for seniors.


Kids Yoga

A yoga class designed for children is entirely different from an adult class. It's full of body movement and filled with games, songs, stories, arts and crafts, and activities to engage the children. During the kid's classes, they learn to use their breath to calm the body and the mind in a fun and imaginative way! Ideally, the classes are structured by age group according to the brain's developmental stage. The earlier the kids learn how to manage their emotions and behavior, self-regulate, and feel calmer and more focused, the faster they will see the results in academic performance, stress management, impulse and mood control, and better deal with their routines and daily challenges.

Andrea Correia leading a kids yoga class

Family Yoga

Family Yoga is a wonderful opportunity for family members of all ages to bond! These classes always include breathing exercises, yoga movements, games, and relaxation. You can expect partner and group activities and lots of fun! These are designed for all abilities, with plenty of modifications as needed.

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