SCHEDULE

We are currently offering OPEN AIR classes in LISBON & CASCAIS
during the week and occasionally on the weekends.

OPEN AIR SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE
* from August 19th to 26th and then restarting from SEPTEMBER 8th

LISBON & CASCAIS
Absolutely beautiful locations for Group & Semi-private classes waiting for You


The combination of group & semi-private is an optimal way to learn in depth Ashtanga Yoga

If you’re a beginner you can start with semi-privates and then transition to the bigger group

or if you want to refine your practice at any moment you can join the semi-privates

CASCAIS

Casa da Guia at GUIA LOUNGE

(https://maps.app.goo.gl/bgx9Zzh6ESi8ajp38)

Full Open Air on the deck or at the Lounge with roof & open window curtains

Amazing ocean view, pine trees scent and relaxing seagulls sounds

MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY
9h00 – 11h00*
GROUP CLASS
(Students may arrive between 9h00 & 9h45

If you need verbal guidance Isa will be there for You until you become autonomous / If you know the sequence you can go for MYSORE STYLE)

*from 10h30 – 11h00

YOGA NIDRA
(at the end of the class we always dedicate time for a deep relaxation guided by Isa with devotional chants of India)


11h00 – 12h00
SEMI-PRIVATE (to confirm availability & book your place send a WhatsApp to 912741061)

TUESDAY & THURSDAY
18h30 – 20h00*
GROUP CLASS
(If you need verbal guidance Isa will be there for You until you become autonomous / If you know the sequence you can go for MYSORE STYLE)
*from 19h30 – 20h00
YOGA NIDRA
(at the end of the class we always dedicate time for a deep relaxation guided by Isa with devotional chants of India )


LISBON

Estufa Fria – Parque Eduardo VII
(https://maps.app.goo.gl/2UX2MFMnsaZew3qN9)

It is not inside Estufa Fria, go around the lake and you will see a wood house, go up the stairs and its there at CASA DO LAGO
Full Open Air on Casa do Lago terrace or under the roof with open window curtains

Amazing luxuriant tropical garden & lake view, jasmin & honeysuckle scent and relaxing sounds from the lake

MONDAY & WEDNESDAY
18h30 – 20h00*
GROUP
(If you need verbal guidance Isa will be there for You until you become autonomous / If you know the sequence you can go for MYSORE STYLE)
*from 19h30 – 20h00
YOGA NIDRA
(at the end of the class we always dedicate time for a deep relaxation guided by Isa with devotional chants of India)

TUESDAY & THURSDAY
7h30 – 9h30*
GROUP CLASS
(Students may arrive between 7h30 & 8h15

If you need verbal guidance Isa will be there for You until you become autonomous / If you know the sequence you can go for MYSORE STYLE)
*from 9h00 – 9h30
YOGA NIDRA
(at the end of the class we always dedicate time for a deep relaxation guided by Isa with devotional chants of India)

9h30 – 10h30
SEMI-PRIVATE (to confirm availability & book your place send a WhatsApp to 912741061)

SEMI-PRIVATES will have a maximum of 6 students

As soon as we receive your proof of payment by email

to payments@casavinyasa.com or by WhatsApp to 912741061 we confirm your classes ahead

Can’t wait to be with You

celebrating the miracle of LIFE

together full of LOVE

Isa Guitana

CASA VINYASA is OPEN ALL YEAR around …
… but CLOSED for the regular YOGA SCHEDULE  on : 

NEW & FULL MOONS

 

SEPTEMBER

NEW MOON – 7th – TUESDAY

 FULL MOON – 20th – MONDAY

OCTOBER

NEW MOON – 6th – WEDNESDAY

 FULL MOON – 20th – WEDNESDAY

NOVEMBER 

NEW MOON – 4th – THURSDAY  

FULL MOON – 19th – FRIDAY

DECEMBER

NEW MOON – 4th – SATURDAY 

FULL MOON – 19th – SATURDAY

NATIONAL HOLIDAYS

We may be OPEN for WORKSHOPS & SPECIAL EVENTS … 

OCTOBER

5th, TUESDAY

NOVEMBER 

1st, MONDAY

DECEMBER

1st, WEDNESDAY

8th, WEDNESDAY

 25th, SATURDAY

Frequently asked questions

“Mysore Style” is the traditional way in which Ashtanga yoga is taught, where each student practices at their own pace within a group setting. New students are introduced to the Ashtanga sequence of asanas (postures) and progressively add new asanas as their practice evolves. Teachers move from student to student offering personalized guidance and adjustments so that each student can focus on their breath and personal rhythm to best deepen the quality of their practice. 

Here are few things to keep in mind for your first practice at Casa Vinyasa:

  • Reserve about 1.5 hrs so you can arrive, change, enjoy your practice and have a moment to speak with one of our teachers following your practice.
  • When you arrive, the Mysore style class will likely be going on. Please remove your shoes at the door and enter the shala to present yourselft to the teacher who will help you find the dressing room and begin guiding you in your practice.
  • Wear light, comfortable clothes to move in and be prepared to sweat.
  • Feel free to bring a change of clothes and a towel if you’d like to change or shower or at the school. If you plan on showering, please bring your own shower products, keep showers quick to conserve water and allow time for other students, and help us keep the changing room and shower areas clean.
  • Avoid eating too much beofre your practice. It’s best to practice on an empty or light stomach.
  • Bring a yoga mat if you have one. If not, you are welcome to borrow one from Casa Vinyasa for your first few classes. 
  • And please remembeer to TURN OFF or SILENCE your cell phones while at Casa Vinyasa so they do not disturb other students. 

Not a problem at all. You do not need to have any prior experience with yoga to practice at Casa Vinyasa. The way traditional Ashtanga works is that each student will practice only the asanas (postures) right for their current experience level. The practice can be adapted to any level of strength and flexibility and as the student progresses, improving the quality of their breath along with their movement, additional postures and subtle layers of the practice will be added. 

If you have your own yoga mat, yes, please bring it along. If not, you may rent one for your first few practices.

This is a dynamic form of yoga where you will be in continuous movement, so it’s best to wear something light and flexible to stay cool and comfortable. It is common to sweat, as well, so some students like to have a small cloth by their side.

If you have any current or persistent past injuries, please let the teacher know before beginning your practice. There are many ways to adapt the practice in order to protect the healing process and avoid further aggrevation. If you have any doubt or questions please to not hesitate to speak directly with a teacher to clarify. 

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