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Studio Classes Schedule

We are here to support your goal and for that we offer a wide range of yoga and pilates classes. Find below what is good for you and your body. You can book a class below or contact us to book it for you.

Please read our cancellation policy at the end of this page.

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8:30
Hatha Yoga All Levels
Vinyasa Yoga Level 1
Vinyasa All Levels
Hatha Yoga All Levels
9:00
Pilates Mat
Pilates Mat
9:30
Hatha Yoga All Levels
10:45
Vinyasa Yoga All Levels
10:45
Yin Yoga
11:00
Aerial Yoga
Vinyasa Yoga All Levels
Hatha Yoga All Levels
Vinyasa Yoga Level 1
18:00
Hatha Yoga All Levels
Chair Yoga
Hatha Yoga Level 1
18:30
Vinyasa Ashtanga 1.5hr
19:00
Vinyasa Yoga All Levels
Hatha Yoga All Levels
Vinyasa All Levels
Hatha Yoga All Levels
20:15
Yin Yoga
Yin Yang Flow
Vinyasa Handstands Flow
Meditation / Yoga Nidra / Sound Healing
20:15
Aerial Yoga
Vinyasa Yoga Level 1
Aerial Yoga
Aerial Yoga

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Dec 11 - Dec 17

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Yoga styles you can practice at Avra Yoga Studio

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa yoga is a style of yoga that focuses on connecting the breath to your movements in a flowy practice that offers strength, flexibility, concentration, breathwork, and often some form of meditation. It is considered a more dynamic style than others that will strengthen your muscles, improve your stability and balance, while lower your stress and anxiety. Although the difficulty of a Vinyasa class depends on your strength and flexibility, we have categorized it into level 1 for beginners and students with less exposure to yoga practice, and level 2 for the advanced students.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a slow-paced more meditative style of yoga, where we stay in asanas (mostly sitting or lying down) for a longer period of time. 
It affects the connective tissues (areas where emotional and physical tension accumulates), developing flexibility & balancing the nervous system. Yin Yoga restores and maintains the natural mobility of the joints, spine, pelvis and legs. Unblocks the energy channels of the body, achieving the free flow of energy - prana - giving well-being and emotional relaxation.
 

Ashtanga Inspired Flow

A flow based in Ashtanga Yoga primary sequence; a set of poses practiced in the same sequence every time. This class is designed in order to bring you closer to one of the most complete and integrated vinyasa yoga practices brought to us by Pattabhi Jois. 

Chair Yoga

Chair yoga is an easier form of yoga that can be done sitting on a chair or standing on the ground while using the chair for support. It is good for elderly students and for those who seek to improving their practice by working on deep twists, back bends or forward folds. Benefits of chair yoga include improved flexibility, better concentration, increased strength, mood boosting, reduced stress and joint strain.

Meditation

A meditation class is a serene sanctuary where students cultivate mindfulness and inner stillness. Guided by an experienced instructor, participants engage in a practice that encourages focused attention, conscious breathing, and relaxation techniques. Through gentle guidance, participants learn to observe their thoughts without judgment, allowing them to detach from daily stresses and find a sense of peace within. Meditation classes provide a space for self-discovery, stress relief, and personal growth, enabling attendees to embark on a journey of self-awareness and emotional well-being.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is the traditional branch of yoga that concentrates on physical health and mental well-being. It uses bodily postures, breathing techniques and meditation, for the goal of a healthy body and peaceful mind. 

Because of its slower pace, Hatha is a great class if you are a beginner, feel tired, haven’t practiced for a while or for older adults who need help in order to make their spine or joints more mobile. Advanced students can benefit as well by deepening their poses in order to achieve flexibility and progress in their yoga practice. 

Power Yoga

Power Yoga is the fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. It is a more dynamic

version, a faster, stronger form of practice that encourages students to engage more fully in body endurance. It has a physical focus, working on stamina, strength, and muscle strength. Like vinyasa, there are no set sequences and the sense of flow is present. Beginner or advanced student join a power yoga class for a yoga workout.

Yin Yang Flow

Yin Yoga is a slower practice where poses are held for a longer time, working on the deep, dense (Yin) connective tissues and joints in the body. Yang yoga is the more traditional hatha based asana practice that develops muscular strength, stamina, and flexibility. 

Those two styles combined in one class is the perfect balancing yoga flow.

Aerial Yoga

An Aerial Yoga class elevates the traditional practice by incorporating silk hammocks suspended from the ceiling. This innovative approach combines yoga postures with elements of aerial arts, creating a unique and dynamic experience. Participants use the hammocks to support, balance, and stretch, allowing for a broader range of movements and deeper stretches. Aerial Yoga not only enhances flexibility, strength, and alignment but also provides a sense of weightlessness and playfulness. As participants flow through poses both on the mat and in the air, they build core strength, improve body awareness, and experience a heightened connection to gravity and breath. It's a captivating blend of yoga and acrobatics that adds a whole new dimension to the practice.

Yoga Nidra

A Yoga Nidra class offers a profound journey into deep relaxation and conscious awareness. Often referred to as "yogic sleep," this practice guides participants to a state between wakefulness and sleep, where the body is at rest while the mind remains alert. Led by an instructor's soothing voice, participants are guided through a systematic relaxation, allowing them to release physical, mental, and emotional tensions. As the mind slows down, a sense of calmness and clarity emerges. Yoga Nidra is not only incredibly rejuvenating but also helps alleviate stress, improve sleep, and access the subconscious mind for self-healing and personal transformation. It's an oasis of stillness that invites individuals to experience profound rest and inner exploration.

Studio Classes Cancellation & Non Show Policy

We understand that cancellations are sometimes unavoidable – but cancelling late or not attending at all often stops other students from booking places in that class or causes other issues to Avra Yoga Team that can be easily avoided by cancelling a class booking on time. Our aim is to improve the Avra Yoga experience for everyone and make it easier for all students to be able to attend the classes they want to.  Therefore we kindly ask you to follow our guidelines on cancelling a booking as per our below policy.

  • Early cancellations (up to 4 hours before start of class). You can cancel class bookings up to 4 hours in advance by sending us an email at info@avrayoga.gr or calling at 2114205517. The class will not be credited to your package.

  • Late cancellations (within 4 hours of start of class). If you cancel a class booking within 4 hours of the class start time or miss to attend the class, the class will be removed from your subscription package if you have opted in for a number of classes package. For students with unlimited period passes, two days will be removed from the period of your package. 

  • Specifically for Aerial Yoga Classes you have the right to cancel it 24 hours prior. If you fail to do that a class will be removed from any package you have.

  • Non show for new or drop in students might cause not to be allowed in a class in the future.

For full T&Cs please click here.

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