A decade into my yoga practice, I’ve decided to start teaching again in Helsinki. We have a lot of studios that offers multiple disciplines; Hot, in heated rooms, Vinyasa, for a dynamic spontaneous flow , Aerial, which is an anti-gravity play, Iyengar focuses on alignment and postural support and Yin for restorative therapy and rejuvenation. Gyms also offers yoga classes, easily making it the most popular mat-based practice in the city.
Yoga is breath in motion. It’s success is rooted on the meditative effect of the Asanas or poses, which helps bring a sense of calm and equanimity. It goes beyond fitness and is a total mind-body connection activity.
Here is a guide for your practice in the metropolis: