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Take a deep breath in; now let it go.

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heated yoga studio.
Take a deep breath in;
now let it go.

Yoga Classes

There are many different styles of yoga, each one aiming to create an experience of union or wholeness. Different techniques are used to work with not only the physical body but also the subtler breath and mind. Most physical practices prepare the body and mind to become still. This stillness is the basis for greater self-knowledge and a more meaningful and joyous life.

All our yoga classes work with asanas (body postures), pranayama (breath work) and meditation (coming into a space of stillness).

Yoga Classes

There are many different styles of yoga, each one aiming to create an experience of union or wholeness. Different techniques are used to work with not only the physical body but also the subtler breath and mind. Most physical practices prepare the body and mind to become still. This stillness is the basis for greater self-knowledge and a more meaningful and joyous life.

All our yoga classes work with asanas (body postures), pranayama (breath work) and meditation (coming into a space of stillness).

Class Types & Descriptions

A student in savasana at the end of a class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Yin / Nidra

This class begins with a 40-minute Yin practice, followed by a 30-minute Yoga Nidra practice.

Yoga Nidra is also called “yogic sleep.” In this part of the class, you will be guided into a state between sleeping and waking. As you lie down, you will follow the teacher’s voice as it guides you towards bringing awareness to breath, bodily sensations, emotions and thoughts. You will tap into an underlying stillness that lets you observe everything that appears within you without engaging with it.

“Most people are trying to change themselves. Yoga Nidra asks them to welcome themselves. That moment of true welcoming is where the profound transformation takes place.” Richard Miller

This class is suited for all levels of practitioners. It is deeply relaxing and has positive effects on stress and sleep.
A vinyasa class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Vinyasa

Vinyasa literally means “to place in a special way.” This refers to moving the body consciously in sync with your breath.

Vinyasa is sometimes called flow yoga because you seamlessly flow from one posture (asana) into the next. The transitions that lead you from posture to posture are as important as the actual asana. This way, you learn to flow with more ease as each movement is initiated by breath.

Vinyasa practice generates heat that purifies body and mind. This heat is mostly created by a breathing technique called “ujjayi.” It is said that sweat is the best byproduct of Vinyasa.

Know that Vinyasa is not power yoga. Vinyasa can be powerful, but also gentle and calming through its rhythmic and continuous flow.

Most of our Vinyasa classes are suited for all levels, if not otherwise indicated.

Basic Vinyasa

This class is excellent for beginners or those who like a slower pace and lots of repetitions. We will work on alignment building the pose from the bottom up, conscious transitions from one asana into the next, and repetitions with conscious breathing. This class is designed to bring the student into their body through movement, breath and repetition building body and breath awareness.

We will introduce breathing techniques as well as short meditations to experience the subtler levels of this practice.
A private yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Vinyasa Core

This class is designed to work on our core which refers not only to our abdominal muscles but to all core stabilizers, back muscles as well as glutes and the deep pelvic floor and diaphragm.

This class is a more vigorous class where our focus is on movement and breath, exploring different transitions and specific dynamic as well as static movements. Some of the work will require strong body and breath awareness and therefor is not suited for beginners.

You also will be guided into some subtler work which will give you deeper insight and understanding of your own movement and breathing patterns. A sense of curiosity and honesty with yourself are the pillars for this class to dive deep into self-study and exploration.
A student in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Yin

Yin refers to the passive, hidden, unmoving, stable aspects of our body and mind, in contrast to Yang, which is active, revealing, moving and changing.

In a Yin yoga class, you work with the relatively stiff connective tissues such as tendons, ligaments and fascia. By holding poses for 3 to 5 minutes at a time, these tissues are stressed so the body can respond by strengthening them.

A Yin yoga class usually consists of several passive floor poses that mainly work the hips, pelvis, inner thighs and lower spine, areas rich in connective tissue. Yin is almost entirely passive, although some poses incorporate activation of muscles (Yang practice).

Yin classes are deeply relaxing, reducing stress and anxiety to help balance body and mind.  If you are overstimulated and need to calm down, or are tired and crave energy, this class is for you.

Yin classes are suited for all levels.
A vinyasa yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Yin / Yang

While Yin refers to the cooling, passive, internal qualities of all things, Yang as its counterpart refers to heating, active and outward qualities.

A Yang yoga practice therefore is more dynamic and external, engaging the Yang aspects of your body. Muscles stretch and activate, blood circulation increases and sweat releases. This practice elevates, cleanses and strengthens your body and mind.

The Yin Practice focuses on deeper-lying tissue that is denser and more stable, such as joints, bones and connective tissue.  Poses are held mindfully for 3 to 5 minutes, cooling body and mind. You will focus in on the internal aspect of your life, bringing awareness to sensations, thoughts and emotions that might arise. This aspect of the practice calms the nervous system and prepares body and mind for the deeper practices of meditation.A Yin/Yang class combines these counterparts into one practice. Depending on the time of the day and your energy level, the class can be adjusted to be more active or passive, and therefore more balancing.

This class is suitable for all levels.
A private yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Hatha

In the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit, “Ha” represents the sun and “Tha” the moon. These refer to the opposites in your life - active and passive, dark and light, giving and receiving. Hatha yoga strives to balance these opposites.

A Hatha class usually starts with a warmup and breathing exercises (pranayama), moves into more static postures (asanas) that are held for several breaths and finishes with a meditation. Although this practice is gentle, it can sometimes be challenging for the mind and body.

This practice is suited for beginners as well as advanced practitioners.

Class Offered

Yin / Nidra

A student in savasana at the end of a class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
This class begins with a 40-minute Yin practice, followed by a 30-minute Yoga Nidra practice.

Yoga Nidra is also called “yogic sleep.” In this part of the class, you will be guided into a state between sleeping and waking. As you lie down, you will follow the teacher’s voice as it guides you towards bringing awareness to breath, bodily sensations, emotions and thoughts. You will tap into an underlying stillness that lets you observe everything that appears within you without engaging with it.

“Most people are trying to change themselves. Yoga Nidra asks them to welcome themselves. That moment of true welcoming is where the profound transformation takes place.” Richard Miller

This class is suited for all levels of practitioners. It is deeply relaxing and has positive effects on stress and sleep.

Vinyasa

A vinyasa class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
Vinyasa literally means “to place in a special way.” This refers to moving the body consciously in sync with your breath.

Vinyasa is sometimes called flow yoga because you seamlessly flow from one posture (asana) into the next. The transitions that lead you from posture to posture are as important as the actual asana. This way, you learn to flow with more ease as each movement is initiated by breath.

Vinyasa practice generates heat that purifies body and mind. This heat is mostly created by a breathing technique called “ujjayi.” It is said that sweat is the best byproduct of Vinyasa.

Know that Vinyasa is not power yoga. Vinyasa can be powerful, but also gentle and calming through its rhythmic and continuous flow.

Most of our Vinyasa classes are suited for all levels, if not otherwise indicated.

Basic Vinyasa

This class is excellent for beginners or those who like a slower pace and lots of repetitions. We will work on alignment building the pose from the bottom up, conscious transitions from one asana into the next, and repetitions with conscious breathing. This class is designed to bring the student into their body through movement, breath and repetition building body and breath awareness.

We will introduce breathing techniques as well as short meditations to experience the subtler levels of this practice.

Vinyasa Core

A private yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
This class is designed to work on our core which refers not only to our abdominal muscles but to all core stabilizers, back muscles as well as glutes and the deep pelvic floor and diaphragm.

This class is a more vigorous class where our focus is on movement and breath, exploring different transitions and specific dynamic as well as static movements. Some of the work will require strong body and breath awareness and therefor is not suited for beginners.

You also will be guided into some subtler work which will give you deeper insight and understanding of your own movement and breathing patterns. A sense of curiosity and honesty with yourself are the pillars for this class to dive deep into self-study and exploration.

Yin

A student in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
Yin refers to the passive, hidden, unmoving, stable aspects of our body and mind, in contrast to Yang, which is active, revealing, moving and changing.

In a Yin yoga class, you work with the relatively stiff connective tissues such as tendons, ligaments and fascia. By holding poses for 3 to 5 minutes at a time, these tissues are stressed so the body can respond by strengthening them.

A Yin yoga class usually consists of several passive floor poses that mainly work the hips, pelvis, inner thighs and lower spine, areas rich in connective tissue. Yin is almost entirely passive, although some poses incorporate activation of muscles (Yang practice).

Yin classes are deeply relaxing, reducing stress and anxiety to help balance body and mind.  If you are overstimulated and need to calm down, or are tired and crave energy, this class is for you.

Yin classes are suited for all levels.

Yin / Yang

A vinyasa yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
While Yin refers to the cooling, passive, internal qualities of all things, Yang as its counterpart refers to heating, active and outward qualities.

A Yang yoga practice therefore is more dynamic and external, engaging the Yang aspects of your body. Muscles stretch and activate, blood circulation increases and sweat releases. This practice elevates, cleanses and strengthens your body and mind.

The Yin Practice focuses on deeper-lying tissue that is denser and more stable, such as joints, bones and connective tissue.  Poses are held mindfully for 3 to 5 minutes, cooling body and mind. You will focus in on the internal aspect of your life, bringing awareness to sensations, thoughts and emotions that might arise. This aspect of the practice calms the nervous system and prepares body and mind for the deeper practices of meditation.A Yin/Yang class combines these counterparts into one practice. Depending on the time of the day and your energy level, the class can be adjusted to be more active or passive, and therefore more balancing.

This class is suitable for all levels.

Hatha

A private yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
In the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit, “Ha” represents the sun and “Tha” the moon. These refer to the opposites in your life - active and passive, dark and light, giving and receiving. Hatha yoga strives to balance these opposites.

A Hatha class usually starts with a warmup and breathing exercises (pranayama), moves into more static postures (asanas) that are held for several breaths and finishes with a meditation. Although this practice is gentle, it can sometimes be challenging for the mind and body.

This practice is suited for beginners as well as advanced practitioners.

Class Types & Descriptions

A student in savasana at the end of a class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Yin / Nidra

This class begins with a 40-minute Yin practice, followed by a 30-minute Yoga Nidra practice.

Yoga Nidra is also called “yogic sleep.” In this part of the class, you will be guided into a state between sleeping and waking. As you lie down, you will follow the teacher’s voice as it guides you towards bringing awareness to breath, bodily sensations, emotions and thoughts. You will tap into an underlying stillness that lets you observe everything that appears within you without engaging with it.

“Most people are trying to change themselves. Yoga Nidra asks them to welcome themselves. That moment of true welcoming is where the profound transformation takes place.” Richard Miller

This class is suited for all levels of practitioners. It is deeply relaxing and has positive effects on stress and sleep.
A vinyasa class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Vinyasa

Vinyasa literally means “to place in a special way.” This refers to moving the body consciously in sync with your breath.

Vinyasa is sometimes called flow yoga because you seamlessly flow from one posture (asana) into the next. The transitions that lead you from posture to posture are as important as the actual asana. This way, you learn to flow with more ease as each movement is initiated by breath.

Vinyasa practice generates heat that purifies body and mind. This heat is mostly created by a breathing technique called “ujjayi.” It is said that sweat is the best byproduct of Vinyasa.

Know that Vinyasa is not power yoga. Vinyasa can be powerful, but also gentle and calming through its rhythmic and continuous flow.

Most of our Vinyasa classes are suited for all levels, if not otherwise indicated.

Basic Vinyasa

This class is excellent for beginners or those who like a slower pace and lots of repetitions. We will work on alignment building the pose from the bottom up, conscious transitions from one asana into the next, and repetitions with conscious breathing. This class is designed to bring the student into their body through movement, breath and repetition building body and breath awareness.

We will introduce breathing techniques as well as short meditations to experience the subtler levels of this practice.
A private yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Vinyasa Core

This class is designed to work on our core which refers not only to our abdominal muscles but to all core stabilizers, back muscles as well as glutes and the deep pelvic floor and diaphragm.

This class is a more vigorous class where our focus is on movement and breath, exploring different transitions and specific dynamic as well as static movements. Some of the work will require strong body and breath awareness and therefor is not suited for beginners.

You also will be guided into some subtler work which will give you deeper insight and understanding of your own movement and breathing patterns. A sense of curiosity and honesty with yourself are the pillars for this class to dive deep into self-study and exploration.
A student in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Yin

Yin refers to the passive, hidden, unmoving, stable aspects of our body and mind, in contrast to Yang, which is active, revealing, moving and changing.

In a Yin yoga class, you work with the relatively stiff connective tissues such as tendons, ligaments and fascia. By holding poses for 3 to 5 minutes at a time, these tissues are stressed so the body can respond by strengthening them.

A Yin yoga class usually consists of several passive floor poses that mainly work the hips, pelvis, inner thighs and lower spine, areas rich in connective tissue. Yin is almost entirely passive, although some poses incorporate activation of muscles (Yang practice).

Yin classes are deeply relaxing, reducing stress and anxiety to help balance body and mind.  If you are overstimulated and need to calm down, or are tired and crave energy, this class is for you.

Yin classes are suited for all levels.
A vinyasa yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Yin / Yang

While Yin refers to the cooling, passive, internal qualities of all things, Yang as its counterpart refers to heating, active and outward qualities.

A Yang yoga practice therefore is more dynamic and external, engaging the Yang aspects of your body. Muscles stretch and activate, blood circulation increases and sweat releases. This practice elevates, cleanses and strengthens your body and mind.

The Yin Practice focuses on deeper-lying tissue that is denser and more stable, such as joints, bones and connective tissue.  Poses are held mindfully for 3 to 5 minutes, cooling body and mind. You will focus in on the internal aspect of your life, bringing awareness to sensations, thoughts and emotions that might arise. This aspect of the practice calms the nervous system and prepares body and mind for the deeper practices of meditation.A Yin/Yang class combines these counterparts into one practice. Depending on the time of the day and your energy level, the class can be adjusted to be more active or passive, and therefore more balancing.

This class is suitable for all levels.
A private yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.

Hatha

In the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit, “Ha” represents the sun and “Tha” the moon. These refer to the opposites in your life - active and passive, dark and light, giving and receiving. Hatha yoga strives to balance these opposites.

A Hatha class usually starts with a warmup and breathing exercises (pranayama), moves into more static postures (asanas) that are held for several breaths and finishes with a meditation. Although this practice is gentle, it can sometimes be challenging for the mind and body.

This practice is suited for beginners as well as advanced practitioners.

Class Offered

Yin / Nidra

A student in savasana at the end of a class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
This class begins with a 40-minute Yin practice, followed by a 30-minute Yoga Nidra practice.

Yoga Nidra is also called “yogic sleep.” In this part of the class, you will be guided into a state between sleeping and waking. As you lie down, you will follow the teacher’s voice as it guides you towards bringing awareness to breath, bodily sensations, emotions and thoughts. You will tap into an underlying stillness that lets you observe everything that appears within you without engaging with it.

“Most people are trying to change themselves. Yoga Nidra asks them to welcome themselves. That moment of true welcoming is where the profound transformation takes place.” Richard Miller

This class is suited for all levels of practitioners. It is deeply relaxing and has positive effects on stress and sleep.

Vinyasa

A vinyasa class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
Vinyasa literally means “to place in a special way.” This refers to moving the body consciously in sync with your breath.

Vinyasa is sometimes called flow yoga because you seamlessly flow from one posture (asana) into the next. The transitions that lead you from posture to posture are as important as the actual asana. This way, you learn to flow with more ease as each movement is initiated by breath.

Vinyasa practice generates heat that purifies body and mind. This heat is mostly created by a breathing technique called “ujjayi.” It is said that sweat is the best byproduct of Vinyasa.

Know that Vinyasa is not power yoga. Vinyasa can be powerful, but also gentle and calming through its rhythmic and continuous flow.

Most of our Vinyasa classes are suited for all levels, if not otherwise indicated.

Yin

A student in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
Yin refers to the passive, hidden, unmoving, stable aspects of our body and mind, in contrast to Yang, which is active, revealing, moving and changing.

In a Yin yoga class, you work with the relatively stiff connective tissues such as tendons, ligaments and fascia. By holding poses for 3 to 5 minutes at a time, these tissues are stressed so the body can respond by strengthening them.

A Yin yoga class usually consists of several passive floor poses that mainly work the hips, pelvis, inner thighs and lower spine, areas rich in connective tissue. Yin is almost entirely passive, although some poses incorporate activation of muscles (Yang practice).

Yin classes are deeply relaxing, reducing stress and anxiety to help balance body and mind.  If you are overstimulated and need to calm down, or are tired and crave energy, this class is for you.

Yin classes are suited for all levels.

Yin / Yang

A vinyasa yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
While Yin refers to the cooling, passive, internal qualities of all things, Yang as its counterpart refers to heating, active and outward qualities.

A Yang yoga practice therefore is more dynamic and external, engaging the Yang aspects of your body. Muscles stretch and activate, blood circulation increases and sweat releases. This practice elevates, cleanses and strengthens your body and mind.

The Yin Practice focuses on deeper-lying tissue that is denser and more stable, such as joints, bones and connective tissue.  Poses are held mindfully for 3 to 5 minutes, cooling body and mind. You will focus in on the internal aspect of your life, bringing awareness to sensations, thoughts and emotions that might arise. This aspect of the practice calms the nervous system and prepares body and mind for the deeper practices of meditation.A Yin/Yang class combines these counterparts into one practice. Depending on the time of the day and your energy level, the class can be adjusted to be more active or passive, and therefore more balancing.

This class is suitable for all levels.

Hatha

A private yoga class in Exhala Yoga studio in Cusco, Peru.
In the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit, “Ha” represents the sun and “Tha” the moon. These refer to the opposites in your life - active and passive, dark and light, giving and receiving. Hatha yoga strives to balance these opposites.

A Hatha class usually starts with a warmup and breathing exercises (pranayama), moves into more static postures (asanas) that are held for several breaths and finishes with a meditation. Although this practice is gentle, it can sometimes be challenging for the mind and body.

This practice is suited for beginners as well as advanced practitioners.

Our
Teachers

Hammeris Martinez
Andrea Isabel
Pepe Franco
Dannia Palacin
Dana Schaffer
Michaela Genitheim

Our
Teachers

Hammeris Martinez
Andrea Isabel
Pepe Franco
Dannia Palacin
Dana Schaffer
Michaela Genitheim

Prices

Single Class Pass
(S/30 soles)
S/20 soles Peruanos | residents of Cusco

5 Studio Class Pass (valid 30 days)
S/130 peruvian soles

10 Studio Class Pass (valid 60 days)
S/240 peruvian soles

Private for up to three students
$60 dollars

Private for four to eight students
$80 dollars

Private for nine to twelve students

$100 dollars



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