Hatha Yoga Lagos

Hatha Yoga: to reconnect body and mind

Often defined as the most traditional style of yoga, hatha aims to develop and harmonize both body and mind.

In practice, it combines breath control with physical postures in order to calm the mind, purify the organs and tone the body. Hatha practice does not focus on performance or competition, and instead quickly brings many benefits including:

- helps to manage your stress and balance your emotions;

- improves your flexibility;

- relieves your back problems and joint pain;

- gently strengthens your muscles and joints;

- boosts your body and your immune system.

Hatha yoga is a very gentle physical practice bringing absolute well-being.

Hatha yoga in Lagos

Join us all year round for a hatha yoga practice open to everyone, whatever your age, body size or physical condition. Beginners and experienced yogis are welcome.

You will be guided step-by-step in each posture, gain flexibility, concentration, tone... and take the time to breathe!

We offer group lessons in our pretty studio in Lagos, or private yoga sessions at Le Dôme. Choose the formula that suits you best.

Le Dôme also offers Yin yoga and Vinyasa yoga sessions as well as yoga workshops. For more information, see the course schedule and the events tab.

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Vinyasa Yoga

Le Dôme offers vinyasa yoga classes based on the energising practice of a sequence of asanas (postures).
This invigorating style of yoga is accessible to everyone : all classes are taught with the utmost respect for the physical possibilities and limits of each participant.

You will be guided step by step throughout the session to help you achieve the correct positioning for each of the postures.

Yin Yoga Lagos

During the Yin yoga classes that we teach in our studio in Lagos, Algarve, you will experience the postures with a practice that is at once measured and intensive. The protracted stretching that characterises this style of yoga relieves tension but all the while, the body is working intensely and profoundly. The slower rhythm of these classes compared to dynamic yoga makes them more conducive to introspection.