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Ignite Yoga

Ignite Yoga Hiit Class Adelaide

Yoga to tone and burn.

Ignite Yoga is for all levels, with modifications given. Those looking to tone and stretch with a combination of Strength, Vinyasa, HIIT and Pilates will love this class, which also incorporates bands, ball and hoop work.

Benefits of Warm Vinyasa Ignite Yoga


This 75 minute class is an uplifting journey into the magic of yoga, transforming your mind and body in a way that leaves you feeling amazing. You’ll move with your breath and the beats, you’ll sweat and you’ll go deep in an inspiring practice which nourishes the soul and invigorates the body, building flexibility, strength, and ultimately, inner stillness. The room is warmed to 32 degrees using Far Infrared Technology which provides deep tissue penetration, helping you to move deeper into the postures as well as helping to detoxify the body. Also, the heat elevates the heart rate, increasing the intensity of the workout.

Vinyasa Yoga incorporates more advanced asana that demands attention to strength and breath. Vinyasa Yoga is a subset of hatha yoga which is distinguished by its fluid transitions and movement through a series of carefully planned poses. The word vinyasa comes from the Sanskrit term nyasa, meaning ‘to place’ and the prefix vi, meaning ‘in a special way’. In vinyasa yoga, the body moves in sync with the breath, creating fluid and smooth movements, known as “flow”.  Vinyasa is also the term used to describe a specific sequence of poses (Chaturanga to Upward-Facing Dog to Downward-Facing Dog) commonly used throughout a vinyasa class. 

This practice encourages balance of the entire body, building core strength and toning whilst increasing the heart rate. We finish in balancing postures and a beautiful relaxation to reignite the balance and calming of the central nervous system. 

Who is this class for?: Everyone

When?:
Wed 6pm (75 mins)

Who is this class for?: Everyone

When?:
Wed. 6.00 pm – 75 minutes

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