Experience: 5+ years
Experience: 3+ years
Pema has completed 200 Hours of Ashtanga, Hatha, and Vinyasa flow-based training from the Himalayan Yoga Association in Rishikesh.
In her sessions, Pema incorporates a combination of Hatha, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa Flow. The most widely practiced form of yoga, Hatha, is ideal for beginners since it combines standing poses with some gentle seated stretching. While Ashtanga yoga is dynamic and disciplined, Vinyasa yoga is more dynamic and features a flow between poses. Beginning with a focus on the breath that moves us through the poses, Pema's Hatha class will conclude with guided relaxation in the last pose, savasana. Her Hatha yoga class can emphasize more static positions and protracted stretches to aid in body relaxation and promote sound sleep. Each Ashtanga lesson in Pema's sessions follows the same pattern of poses. As we move through the poses, our mind eventually learns to shut down. It makes sense why Ashtanga is sometimes described as meditation in motion. Vinyasa yoga can be compared to Ashtanga yoga and Hatha yoga, although it moves more quickly. Pema combines Vinyasa yoga, a kind of yoga that explores various yoga positions while using the breath as guidance, with components of both Hatha and Ashtanga.
Yes! Pema is available to teach personally at home to clients living in the Kammanahalli suburb of Bangalore. She is also available as an online yoga instructor.