Infused Hatha and Vinyasa practices. Hatha is an old system that includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (yoga breathing exercises) which help bring peace to the mind and body. Vinyasa means movement synchronised with breath, a continuous flow from one movement to the next.
If you’ve always wanted to give yoga a try, or even been to a class or two, but felt intimidated by the yoga stereotypes, then you need to come along to one of our classes or workshops. Take the first step today!
Renzo's journey in the fitness industry began at the young age of 6, when he started Yoseikan Budo, a form of Japanese martial arts. In 2008 he went on to become a personal trainer and group fitness instructor. Renzo then felt guided to further his education and understanding of the mental, energetic and emotional body, therefore commenced and completed his Yoga teacher training in India, where it all began. For many years Renzo enjoyed the physical benefits of yoga, however when he traveled to India he connected more deeply with yogic philosophy and the spiritual side of yoga, he started incorporating the physical practice of asana, pranayama (breath work), meditation and the activation and cleansing of chakras. His practice moved far beyond the limits of the mat and began to have profound benefits in all aspects of his life. He started teaching yoga 4 years ago on the beach in a summer hotspot, off the Italian coast of Venice. His teaching practice incorporates meditation, pranayama, active warm ups and a mix of hatha and vinyasa asana, depending on his students ability and needs. He also helps to rehabilitated injured bodies through the gentleness of yogic stretching and supported asana. His aim and hope is to light inquisitive sparks in his students so they may also adopt the principles and practice of yoga with abundant gratitude for the here and now.


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What beginners should know about Yoga..

1) You can do Yoga even if you are not flexible!
For the least bendy of us, Yoga work increases flexibility by gentle, fluid and repetitive movements!

2) Yoga is good your your mind and body!
Yoga teaches us to monitor our breathing, the function of our body that only happens in the space of the present. This presence grounds us, and while we are grounded and focused on the ‘now’ we can reap the benefits of reduced blood pressure and anxiety.

3) You will not have to bend your body like a pretzel!

There are many kinds of Yoga, some which see the strength of the body moves in unimaginable ways! Our beginners Yoga is the first stages of this, focused on your movement technique, building a strong core and monitoring your body through it’s capacity!

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