YOGA CLASSES IN DUBAI
Your mornings are already crowded, so why not fill that little bit of free time with something good for your body? Stretch out those sore muscles after a long workweek with some yoga!
Ballet Centre is introducing Yoga classes that teach proper mechanics to help your body achieve complete control over itself. This rigorous workout is great for dancers, people with injuries or recovering from surgery, athletes looking for a burst of energy before their next game – all ages are welcome!
Our Yoga instructors will help you achieve new pose goals using music to tune in and background noise to relax. Our Yoga studio has flooring specially designed for natural alignment. Let us help you achieve the perfect balance of excellent posture, ideal alignment, and flexible yet strong muscles.
Classes (for all age groups)
Sunday – Thursday.
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Children have a tremendous amount of energy. Our yoga classes for kids are a perfect way to channel their creative spirit. Yoga is a fantastic opportunity for physical activity and also teaches children about mindfulness. If you’re looking for instruction from qualified instructors who enjoy working with young minds, join the community at Ballet Centre!
With a focus on technique, while also keeping an eye on making it fun, our kids’ yoga classes are sure to have the whole family wanting to get in touch with its inner child, both literally and figuratively.
Yoga postures, or asanas, work on the muscular, nervous, and lymphatic systems to improve strength and flexibility. Yoga’s deep breathing exercises oxygenate your blood, which can also help reduce muscle tension.
Scientific studies have proven that the daily practice of Yoga increases brain GABA levels (a neurotransmitter), which in turn, has a relaxing effect on the mind.
The different poses of yoga exercises help stimulate various organs and glands, improving digestion, eases constipation, and reducing flatulence. Yoga postures also stimulate peristaltic motion in your intestines, which helps clear waste from the body more efficiently.
Yoga stimulates lymphatic drainage, which is essential for detoxification and the healthy functioning of the immune system. Yoga postures help strengthen the capillaries and improve blood circulation.
There are many different types of Yoga.
Iyengar Yoga is often considered best for beginners. It focuses on alignment and precision, making it especially beneficial for just beginning Yoga or being injured. This style of Yoga is the one most recommended for beginners.
Sivananda Yoga is another gentle form of Yoga, taught through easy-to-follow instructions and lots of positive reinforcement. It is generally suitable for beginners, but you might need to modify some poses if they are too difficult for you at first.
Ashtanga Yoga is an intense form of Yoga that has a set sequence. It can be a bit too rigorous for beginners; however, sometimes it is recommended.
Although Yoga doesn’t burn a massive number of calories, it requires and builds core strength, improves flexibility, and can help you achieve better body awareness — all things necessary for weight loss. If you’re attending a yoga class, the instructor is probably helping you do the exercises correctly, which means you are using your muscles more efficiently and effectively. Yoga also increases your body awareness to become more in tune with what your body is doing or feeling.
Yoga has many benefits for children. It can be adapted to suit your child’s needs, suitable for any age group. Children can benefit from Yoga in many ways. Yoga exercises teach balance and focus while strengthening muscles, bones, and joints. Relaxation techniques help relieve stress and help kids go through their daily routines with more ease. Gentle yoga exercises can help kids with ADD, ADHD, colic, asthma, constipation, and other digestive problems? It can also improve concentration and sleep patterns.