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Yoga classes in Business Bay at the luxurious Dhyana Dubai Fitness Studio

Here at Dhyana Dubai we provide a variety of Yoga classes in Business Bay including Hatha Yoga, our namesake Dhyana Flow, Ashtanga, Kundalini, Power and Yin Yoga. There is something for everyone here at Dhyana Fitness Studio – and all levels of experience are catered for.

Do you want to practice the ancient art of Yoga whilst looking out at the world’s tallest skyscraper with like-minded individuals in a friendly and luxurious setting? Dhyana Dubai awaits you… Discover the schedule here and to book a class click here.

Hatha Yoga at Dhyana Dubai

The word ‘Hatha’ means ‘forceful’ or ‘wilful’. During a Hatha Yoga session, the practitioner moves through a sequential flow of postures where he holds postures for few minutes and maintains the penetrating attention with deep respiration.

Dhyana Flow at Dhyana Dubai

The word ‘Dhyana’ means ‘awareness’. So this practice of Yoga includes flowing through the posture whilst maintaining awareness of the body, thoughts, feelings and breath.

Ashtanga Vinyasa at Dhyana Dubai

This is a traditional Yoga practice that was started by T. Krishnamacharya and his disciples. The asanas are practised in a fixed order.

Power Yoga at Dhyana Dubai

This form of yoga is a vigorous, high-intensity workout. It’s similar to Ashtanga Vinyasa, however, teachers have more creative freedom since there is no specific sequence to follow.

Alignment Yoga at Dhyana Dubai

This class teaches the correct approach, maintenance and flow of the asanas. This is very beneficial and highly recommended for all.

Yin Yoga at Dhyana Dubai

Yin Yoga, as the name suggests, is the complete opposite to the Yang Yoga disciplines like Vinyasa, Hatha and Asthanga. This practice as all about releasing. Positions are held for 2-10 minutes and help release the connective tissues called Fascia. This is a Yoga experience unlike any other.

Kundalini Yoga at Dhyana Dubai

Kundalini Yoga, which also goes by “Laya Yoga”, is heavily influenced by Shaktism and Tantra schools of Hinduism. The focus is on awakening kundalini energy through regular practice of meditation, pranayama, chanting mantra and yoga asana.

Take a look at some of the benefits you can enjoy from practising Yoga below…

Increased Flexibility

Increased muscle strength and tone

Improved respiration, energy and vitality

Helps to maintain a balanced metabolism

Increased cardio and circulatory health

Improve mental health and a reduction in stress levels