Prana Yoga KL   

yoga for everyone

Which is the right class for me?

Difficulty Level

Level 1 : Moderate 

Level 1.5 : Dynamic

Level 2 : Challenging

Basic (Level 1)

Preliminary Level class for those who are new to yoga, returning to the practice after a long hiatus, or would like to strengthen their foundation. Learn the fundamentals of Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutations), standing poses, seated and restorative postures. Props and modifications make this practice accessible to practitioners of all ages. 

Hatha - Led (Level 1.5)

All styles of yoga today originate from Hatha Yoga. Class sequences are created and led by the teacher, to prepare you for a solid foundation through longer-held asanas. The practice begins with Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutations), builds up to deeper and challenging peak poses, and ends with deep restoration. The main focus is on technical instructions and alignment, and the practice is accessible and safe, even for Regular Beginners, through the use of props and modifications.

Hatha - Mysore Style (Level 1.5)

A classical and authentic style of yoga, suitable even for Beginners. The Preparatory and Foundation sequences originate from our Guruji, Yogacharya Bharath Shetty of Indea Yoga Mysore, and are developed for all-round freedom of movement, improve overall flexibility, strength and balance. This is a slower paced, static, strong and stable practice, where instructions and yoga poses are individualized based on the student’s capacity. Students practice their own assigned sequences at their own pace, and the teacher provides personalized verbal and physical adjustments.

Flow (Level 2)   

A more Dynamic approach to Vinyasa sequences, and designed for Advanced Beginners and Intermediate practitioners. You have the freedom to explore more challenging poses, based on your practice experience. Props and modifications are available to encourage progress and deeper exploration of peak poses. Expect a great cardiovascular, strength and flexibility focused practice, combined with breath work, and punctuated with longer holding postures to build inner strength and outer calm. 

Yin Yoga (Level 1) 

Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style of asana practice. Suitable for almost all levels of students, Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (Yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles. The practice generally targets the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine. Suitable for Beginners, but not pregnant students.

Basic Pilates (Level 1)

This class covers a general overview of the Pilates 5 Basic Principles of breathing, proper alignment of pelvis, ribcage, head and neck placement, plus shoulders stability, as well as abdominals prep, typically found in a Pilates or Yogalates class. The Pilates foundation techniques will be explained thoroughly in this class, for students to build up a safe and accessible practice.

Pilates (Level 1.5)
Pilates is an amazing, complete, and corrective system of exercise, created by Joseph Pilates. It helps build a strong core, increases strength and flexibility simultaneously, and improves posture, stability and alignment. It also emphasizes complete concentration on smooth, flowing movement and proper breathing. You become acutely aware of how your body feels, where it is in space, and how best to control its movement.

Yogalates (Level 1.5)
Yogalates is a health-enhancing fusion of the practice of Yoga, with the core stabilizing, toning and posture enhancing dynamics of Pilates.  A regular Yogalates session will include poses to cultivate strength, stamina, stability and flexibility, with particular attention paid to building tone in the deeper postural 'core' muscles. This will protect the spine against injury, support the internal organs and realign pelvic and spinal deviations to promote good posture.

Prenatal Yoga (From 13 weeks)
Prenatal Yoga is designed for  moms-to-be who want to remain fit and active throughout their pregnancy.  It is appropriate for beginners, and also those with experience in yoga as modifications will be offered. In general, the postures are designed to safely stretch and strengthen the pregnant changing body. Attention will be paid to pelvic toning, building a strong foundation, as well as visualization and breath work to prepare for childbirth. Prenatal Yoga is safe to be practised right up to labour. Our team of qualified Prenatal Yoga teachers is led by Angeline Liew (RPYT), Malaysia's first and only Yoga Alliance International Certified Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Trainer.

Postnatal Yoga 6-Week Program
Our Postnatal Yoga 6-week Program is custom-designed to rebuild strength, tone and flexibility for the post-partum body, with focus on the pelvic floor and to rehabilitate Diastasis Recti (abs separation). Breath work is taught to maintain emotional and mental harmony, while easing the body into a restorative state to allow for rest, healing and balance. 
The program is suitable for Mummies who have completed the 2-months confinement period (for normal delivery). If you have had a C-Section, it’s best to wait for at least 5 months before enrolling. 
The Postnatal Yoga Program is held 3 times a year. 
Private one-to-one programs are also available.
Kindly email us for a consultation, or on the next Program dates.

Kids Yoga ( From age 4 - 8 y.o)
Kids are encouraged to move at their own unique level and ability, and in a non-competitive environment. No prior yoga experience is required. Everyone can do yoga! Kids Yoga helps builds creativity, strength, flexibility, self esteem, focus and balance.  The class is fun, engaging, playful and a great way to meet new friends. All our teachers are trained and certified, and are passionate to work with kids.

Tweens Yoga ( From age 9 - 13 y.o )
Yoga helps Tweens to find balance, strength and flexibility in a safe and non-competitive space. It is a great compliment to their busy academic and extracurricular schedule, and is fun, creative, nurturing and exploratory.