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Yoga classes for all levels

Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced

You are probably wondering
Do they have classes for beginners?

Seeing teachers and students get into “advanced” postures often makes us believe that the class is for very experienced practitioners, and it’s not exactly like that, yoga truly is for everyone.

Our classes are designed for all levels, the posture you do on day 1 or day 100 will be perfect, the point is that you enjoy the journey, avoid comparisons and focus your attention on YOU! Yoga is a work-IN not a work-OUT 😉

If it is your first yoga class, we recommend that you get to know the styles to identify which one you like the most. At Atma we teach: Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa, Power Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Dharma Yoga, yin among others.


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Learn Yoga Class Styles

More traditional style of yoga that incorporates fixed sequences where intentional breathing is linked to movement. A powerful technique to fine-tune the body as it improves concentration, flexibility and strength.
Power Yoga
It is a powerful and energetic form of yoga that involves fluidly moving from one pose to the next while connecting your breath. Incorporate strength, flexibility, balance, cardio, and physical and mental endurance in one session.
Vinyasa Flow
Vinyasa practice becomes a moving meditation that creates strength, freedom and fluidity in the body and mind. Expect a balanced and harmonious class between flexions, twisting, inversions and great challenges.
Dharma Yoga is a modern interpretation of Raja Yoga that includes elements of Vinyasa, inversions and sustained postures that will challenge your concentration and strength.
Progressive Vinyasa
In this class you will experience challenges, discipline, joy and dedication. This class is intended to delve into more advanced poses progressively and safely. Advanced practice is not based on impossible postures, but on self-knowledge and discipline.
Hatha Flow
The practice is carried out at an easy to intense pace that focuses on simple postures and movements that flow comfortably from one to another, with the intention of integrating the body, mind and spirit, and thus start the day with greater awareness.
It is made up of key postures from the Astanga series, being a dynamic and accelerated class that prepares our body to experiment with advanced balances and inversions throughout fun sequences.
Slow Flow
Inspired Slow Flow is a class designed to go inward and connect with our body. We combine different types of movement, breathing and meditation to release trapped energies in the body. Get ready to connect with all the wisdom you carry inside. Finishing relaxed, connected and calm. Everyone the level are wellcome. This class will be taught primarily in English, however our teachers speak and understand Spanish, so both English and Spanish speakers are welcome.
Friday's Happy Hour
An energetic and invigorating intermediate/advanced practice to end the week! With a different teacher each week, in this class you will explore arm balances and inversions, as well as more advanced postures, with modifications for each practitioner. This class invites you to have fun and get out of your comfort zone; Come with an open mind, take your mind off the mat and explore your limits without expectations.


The path of yoga is organic, there are those who reach this path through meditation or those who arrive through asanas (practice of postures), and perhaps there are those who arrive by a different path, what is your case?

The practice of yoga seeks to prepare your body and mind to reach meditation, no matter the order, as long as you find in yourself, your best version, more conscious, healthy and full.

Every Tuesday and Thursday we meet to study and learn more about meditation, its effects, benefits and theory, we will close this session with a guided meditation.
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Philosophy Group

The Philosophy Group is a monthly 1-hour session where aspects of yoga are explored beyond what is traditionally taught in a normal workshop.
It consists of two components: a philosophy part and an application to modern life.
The yoga philosophy component involves the discussion of not only the Yoga Sutras, but also rich texts that are rarely discussed, such as the Puranas, Ayankayas, or Vedas.

The second component is the connections to our daily lives and practices. We will be discussing, sharing, and getting homework to ponder over the next few weeks.

Well-being for all – No one is left behind.

Yoga is a wellness tool, Atma is born from the search to expand these ancient teachings to the world and instil health, happiness and freedom.

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