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Hatha & Hatha Flow Yoga
Hatha yoga is at set of postures (asanas) designed to align the muscles and bones and open the many energy channels of the body, especially the spine, so that energy can flow freely.
Hatha yoga is intended to create a balance of strength and flexibility in the body as well as balance in each asana. It requires that one pay special attention to the breath, which helps calm the fluctuations of the mind.
Flow-Based Hatha Yoga uses movement and breath together to produce a "flow" of postures that lead from one to the next. Classes focus on releasing tension, connecting with the breath and working with the joints.
Our Hatha Flow class is taught with a unique sequencing to promote a dynamic and relaxing experience. The class incorporates aspects of traditional Hatha Yoga, being breath and postures, while challenging your co-ordination through movement.
Vinyasa (pronounced "vin-yah-sah") is a Sanskrit word for a phrase that roughly translates as "to place in a special way," referring—in hatha yoga—to a sequence of poses. Vinyasa classes are known for their fluid, movement-intensive practices. Vinyasa teachers sequence their classes to smoothly transition from pose to pose, with the intention of linking breath to movement, and often play music to keep things lively. The intensity of the practice is similar to Ashtanga, but no two vinyasa classes are the same. If you hate routine and love to test your physical limits, vinyasa may be just your ticket.
Prima Performing Arts
Students are introduced to a level of formal training consisting of barre and centre work. The posture, placement and comportment of classical ballet will be emphasized. The practice exercises introduced at this level for alignment, flexibility and coordination will develop a strong foundation of physical and cognitive understanding necessary for Classical Ballet training.
Modern-jazz grades work on technique, performance, line and style. Modern Theatre Dance Classes incorporate elements of modern theatre jazz, lyrical and street jazz to promote fitness for fun, while students also have the opportunity to study graded exam syllabus work from the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (I.S.T.D.).
While classes will ultimately focus on Modern Theatre and Jazz dance, students will also experience different genres of dance including classical ballet, contemporary dance and hip hop, in order to create a better understanding of movement and physical awareness and develop the physical Abilities which are communicated through the movement in an expressive and artistic way.
Prima introduces students to the fun of tap dancing and encourages rhythm, coordination and movement as well as providing good exercise. Student progress through the grades and majors achieving examinations organized by I.S.T.D.
Contemporary dance is designed to give dancers a well-rounded experience of lyrical based technique, movement, body isolations & barre work; staple for any dancer’s education; students will experience a variety of music & styles which could fluctuate from classic lyrical dance to modern jazz.
Musical Theatre students will learn repertoire from Broadway Musicals, combining singing, dancing and acting in positive and encouraging environment.
Dram is a fantastic way of developing confidence and encouraging creativity and imagination. Drama modules will incorporate improvisation, mime, script work, vocal training and acting skills.
A loose jazz form sometimes referred to as funk that is often seen in music videos and in dance clubs. This is a high energy, rhythmic form of dance focusing on body isolations and is the latest form of physical expression in today’s pop culture.
Hip Hop dance classes can be found under many names – Break dance, Street Dance, Urban Dance, Locking, Popping and smooth hip hop.
MBA Dynamic Martial Arts Club
Aikido is a Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba (often referred to by his title 'O Sensei' or 'Great Teacher'). On a purely physical level, it is an art involving some throws and joint locks that are derived from Jujitsu and some throws and other techniques derived from Judo, Kenjutsu, and Iaido. Aikido focuses not on punching or kicking opponents, but rather on using their own energy to gain control of them or to throw them away from you. It is not a static art but places great emphasis on motion and the dynamics of movement.
On their Martial Arts journey, students will make new friends and be a part of a team which they will also work on: