We offer yoga classes in the following styles:


The Yoga Rescue - Hatha Yoga
The type of yoga that typically comes to mind when you think of yoga. It involves breathing, yoga poses and meditation. A Flow class ads a dynamic to it where you ‘flow’ from one pose to the next with some pauses for added instructions and teacher demonstration.

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Pilates Mat

The Yoga Rescue - Pilates Mat

Pilates Mat is a workout to strengthen your body, primarily the muscles of the core.
A strong core is essential in maintaining the physical health and avoiding injuries.

Why you should practice Pilates Mat?
Mat classes give you the benefit of Pilates Toning, flexibility, better posture, more efficient movement, the body/mind connection—just about every benefit the Pilates method has to offer can be achieved through mat work.

Mat classes cover the basics (Neutral spine, a properly engaged core, c-curve, shoulder and pelvic stability, spinal articulation, full breathing, working with oppositional energy) and Pilates Mat work improves Body, Mind & Spirit!

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Power Yoga

The Yoga Rescue - Yoga Pose

A general term used to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga.

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Prenatal Yoga

The Yoga Rescue - Studio

A class to move, relax, unwind and alleviate the little physical discomforts occurring during pregnancy. 

Booking for this class is required!
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Special classes

The Yoga Rescue

Classes with a different theme or that go deeper into a certain element of a yoga practice.

Please note that some classes require reservation in advance. When classes are priced differently your member card can not be used and a separate ticket needs to be purchased.

Online Live Classes are always a separate purchase through Tickets and Reservations in the menu.

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The Yoga Rescue - Vinyasa

In Vinyasa classes we coordinate the movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next, the term is also used to describe a specific sequence of poses (Chaturanga to upward-facing dog to downward-facing dog), commonly used throughout a vinyasa class.

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Yin Yang Yoga

An asana practice that blends strengthening and softening elements with the purpose of balancing the body and mind.

For the full schedule, please check Schedule & Pricing  in the menu.

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Yin Yoga

The Yoga Rescue - Studio

 A series of long-held, passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body – hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine. Areas especially rich in connective tissues.

For the full schedule, please check Schedule & Pricing in the menu.

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