All Wellness Program classes will be adapted to the levels of each practitioner, even if the classes are in groups, helping each practitioner to reach their goal safely and in harmony with their moment in life.
Ballet for bodyBallet for Body is a method created by ballerina Flávia Gioia that combines dance, Pilates and Yoga movements in a dynamic class that works the entire body in an elongated and elegant way.Discover more
The class is choreographed and the music creates a rhythm of movements where we exercise by dancing.
The movements are basic, so you don't need to have experience in dance or other modalities to accompany the class and enjoy its benefits.
Ballet for Body helps tone muscles, lose weight, correct posture, improve flexibility, work core and glutes and also create a moment of connection between body, mind and energy.
PilatesPilates is a set of movements performed in order to make the practitioner aware of its own body and respiratory flow, while performing the exercises.Discover more
It was created by Joseph Pilates who aimed to help people become more aware of themselves and believed in the connection between mind and body to achieve physical balance, inner peace and spiritual harmony.
The exercises strengthen the core, called power house in Pilates, correct postural changes, improve flexibility, increase muscle tone, help increase breathing capacity and promote a feeling of well-being.
Stretches & MeditationThroughout the day, tensions are imprinted on our body, which makes us more and more rigid and less flexible.Discover more
Conscious stretches are a way to release these tensions and promote a state of relaxation, not only in the physical body, but also in the emotional body.
From this moment onwards, we also start to relax our mind and, through specific techniques, we enter the meditative state where we experience a sense of peace, calm and inner harmony.
Hatha YogaHatha Yoga is the most widespread style of Yoga in the world and is based on Asanas (postures), Pranayamas (breathing exercises) and Dhyana (meditation).Discover more
It is the Yoga of the sun, HA, and the moon, THA, bringing to the practitioner the balance between complementary opposites such as: male and female, strength and relaxation, mind and body, matter and spirit.
In the absolute moment of presence and encounter with oneself, through the observation of the dense and subtle, the body and sensations, each one starts to notice changes at a physical, mental and emotional level from the first contact with the practice.