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YOGA1

The first step to yoga is this session. The foundations of the practical knowledge you will have throughout your life are laid at this level. During the application, body alignments are learned and you can practice safely. It is recommended that you regularly experience this level for at least 3 months before joining more advanced applications.

Even if you are an advanced yoga practitioner, we recommend that you attend these sessions from time to time to deepen your basic poses.

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YOGA2

Once you have trained and prepared your body at the Yoga1 (basic level), you can join Yoga2 (middle) sessions when it no longer needs strengthening. This is where you will begin to experience asana postures as a whole. In fact, you can think of these sessions as a bridge where you reinforce your beginner knowledge and prepare for more advanced postures and transitions.

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YOGA3

The main principles learned in Yoga1 sessions and the linking of postures with short layouts placed on the empowerment achieved in Yoga2, and strong practices based on alignment awareness are the subjects of this session. This application opens up a field of development and deepening for the person in all directions. We recommend that you have experienced 6 months of regular Yoga2 practice before attending these sessions.

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EVERY LEVEL

It is designed for participants of all levels. Therefore, you are expected to have enough yoga practice to establish a level in your yoga practice. So, it will not be a suitable lesson for your first day of yoga. Each pose is taught by level, and participants are expected to stay at the levels that suit them. Throughout the session, the person is offered the opportunity to gradually develop and expand the body boundaries.

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YİN YOGA

It is a slow paced session suitable for all levels and beginners. It is a practice that increases fascia-focused body flexibility, calms, and balances the yang attitude, which is the dynamic side of yoga, by staying in yoga postures for a long time. We recommend regular attendance to balance the practice of Yoga1, Yoga2 and Yoga3.

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ASHTANGA

Ashtanga Yoga is a Hatha Yoga practice, consisting of a series of asana, breath and mantra exercises. By studying the same series every day, the person creates a nice space to get to know his body and soul. Anyone who has just started yoga or has been practicing yoga for a long time can join this session.