Respect, Devotion, Surrender.
“practice, practice, practice and all is coming” S. K. P. Jois
Respect, Devotion, Surrender.
Our yoga Shala hosts traditional, therapeutic and wellness methods of yoga.
Tailored to your age, physical ability or health, we will guide you to discover yoga’s powerful benefits through a gentle, restorative practice or a dynamic and vigorous styles.
Each intimate-sized class allows individualized attention and allows the student to focus on the movement, and learning to quiet the mind.
There is absolutely no previous experience required.
Siendo offers yoga and movement therapy sessions, both in-person and virtually.
Private, semi-private and small group classes are available.
Mysore Style Ashtanga Yoga Classes: You may arrive at anytime until 1 hour before the end of the class. Try to reserve at least 1h for your practice. On the first day beginning students typically practice for 30-40 minutes. The length of practice gradually increases. Suitable for all levels of practitioners.
Hatha Yoga classes are Guided 1 hour 15 minutes. Please arrive on time for all Guided Classes. At fifteen minutes late you can only enter class with special permission from the teacher. As this classes has a steady flow, please avoid arriving late as it will interrupt the class.
Margaret, Cauhe, Paulain and Carolina’s classes are taught in Portuguese or English, according to students needs.
There will be no Ashtanga classes Full & New Moon days
Single Class (Drop-In): 15€ • 5 class pass (valid for one month): 50€ • FULL Access: 90€ • 2x week: 60€ • 3x week: 75€
I bow to the lotus feet of the Gurus The awakening happiness of one’s own Self revealed, Beyond better, acting like the Jungle physician, Pacifying delusion, the poison of Samsara. Taking the form of a man to the shoulders, Holding a conch, a discus, and a sword, One thousand heads white, To Patanjali, I salute.
May all be well with mankind. May the leaders of the earth protect in every way by keeping to the right path. May there be goodness for those who know the earth to be sacred. May all the worlds be happy. Quoted from the KPJAYI official website
In Yoga, the full moon corresponds to the top of the inhalation and the very peak of Prana Vayu (the expansive and upward-moving direction of Prana). The full moon provides energy and heat, but can increase the tendency to lose our connection to earth. The new moon is associated with the end of the exhalation when Apana (the contracting and downward-moving direction of Prana) is at its strongest. During this time the energy is quieter and cooler, but the tendency can be towards heaviness and lethargy. Practicing Yoga over time creates a greater sensitivity towards energetic movements and influences. Observing moon days is a way to recognize the ebb and flow in nature and within our own beings, so we can live more in tune with these cycles.
Do not eat before practice! We recommend that you leave at least four hours between eating a meal and practicing yoga. Ideally your digestive system should be as empty as possible – in other words early morning practice is best after emptying bowel and bladder. Do not drink water during practice, but wait until after you have rested. We also suggest that you do not practice yoga during the 2-3 heaviest days of menstruation. Irregularities in your menstrual cycle such as prolonged periods may result from practice at this time. Please inform us if you have any injuries, health problems or if you become pregnant, so we can adjust your practice accordingly. In general, if you become sick or have injured yourself, you will feel better and heal quicker if you practice. A shower before practice helps to increase flexibility and mental focus. It is also makes the experience for your teachers and others practicing around you more pleasant! Please wear clean yoga clothes, wash your mat regularly and do not wear perfume or cologne as these can cause allergic reactions for others.
Meet Our Teachers
Rosana Rasera | Ashtanga Yoga
Rosana has been a yoga practicioner for over 10 years, and after having spent 3 months in India she practiced Ashtanga yoga completed a training on Pranic Healing – a holistic therapy that works with energy.
Isabel Costa Macedo | Yin Yoga
Isabel went to her first Yoga class when she was 16 years old and the practice always found a way into her life until she decided in 2015 to embarque on 250h Yoga teacher training with Yoga Alliance. Two years later she discovered and fell in love with Yin Yoga and decided to qualify as a Yin Yoga teacher.
Giuliana Ferro | Ashtanga Yoga, UK
Started teaching in 2016, after six years of daily practice, first in her native country (Peru), followed by Portugal and now London. Giuliana is also a physiotherapy student at St. George’s University of London, where she keeps developing her understanding of anatomy and biomechanics at a deeper level. These skills allow her to concentrate
Tina Sahl | Yin Yoga
Tina is an Anusara inspired holistic yoga therapist according to the Thai Vedic System and passionate Yin Yoga Teacher. Her yoga sessions take a more passive (yin) approach to yoga which means there is a lot of emphasis on awareness and exploration, e initiate movement from deep within the core to help our nervous, fascia and meridian system to find time to recognize itself.
Frederick Leville | Hatha Yoga
Graduated in Physiotherapy in 2000 and Osteopathy in 2010, from the French Health Ministry. Completed trainings on Muscular Chains, Neural Technic, Tissue Osteopathy, Soft Vertebral Manipulation and Cranial Osteopathy. He integrates physiology and anatomy in a holistic approach of the three disciplines, which are physiotherapy, massage and osteopathy, to create a wider beneficial outcome.