Flow yoga classes tend to be a mixture of meditation, breath-work and energizing movement. Begin with gentler movements to warm up the body, then move into progressively more challenging flowing sequences. These may include standing poses, balances, inversions, and peak poses. The classes tend to end with slower, deeper stretches, and often floor-based asana practice. Flow yoga typically has no set sequence of poses. The classes tend to be creative with sequencing, either targeting certain areas of the body, focusing on different themes or helping to build certain abilities, such as strength, flexibility or balance. Regardless of the practitioner’s level, most flow yoga sequences can be modified to accommodate those with injuries or disabilities.
Classes on our schedule that meet this description are:
Flow, Noon-Yasa, Happy Hour Yoga, Sacred Sundays, Stretch & Flow
Hatha yoga is practiced at a slower pace, with focus on the breath, controlled movements, and stretching. Hatha is a foundational yoga practice using muscular engagement to create flexibility, mobility and strength as well as to quiet the mind.
Hatha yoga concentrates on physical health and mental well-being. Hatha yoga uses asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing techniques ), and dyana (meditation) with the goal of bringing about a sound, healthy body and a clear, peaceful mind.
This is an all inclusive class that is great for beginners, advanced practitioners, athletes, individuals who carry pain or stress in their body…or for those who are just looking to relax & release!
In this class, the poses are held with guided breathing to initiate the release of chronic stress from the muscles and the nervous system. The intention is to create balance, a state of sattva in the physical and emotional bodies. Each class begins and ends with breath work and guided meditation to clear anything carried in from life prior.
This is a fusion yoga flow inspired by various styles of yoga including Anuttara Vinyasa, Budokon, and Yin. This class incorporates Aromatherapy with Breathwork, and specific poses to promote vitality, focus, grounding, and relaxation.
Anuttara Raja is an all-level restorative yoga flow. It’s the perfect complement to Hatha, Vinyasa, strength & cardio. By working into the connective tissues and internal organs, it allows for neuroplasticity. Many have reported wonderful health/wellness benefits from this powerful practice including; relaxation, pain-relief, decreased stress, happiness, healing, flexibility, deeper meditation, recovery, boosted immunity, purification, lymphatic drainage, increased bone density, and better quality sleep, to name a few. This style was created by Philip Christodoulou, founder of Anuttara Yoga. Prepare to be transported beyond time and space to ancient India for authentic Kriya yoga. Truly indescribable, you must experience it for yourself!
A yin inspired class for all levels with the intention of allowing muscles to relax and lengthen. Focused predominantly on stretching and releasing tight muscles and tendons, Deep Stretch takes strain off of the skeletal system. Flowing through poses slowly and emphasizing each enables yogis to become more aware and mindful of their own bodies.
Increased muscle strength and tone.
Improved respiration, energy and vitality.
Improved muscular balance.
Improved athletic performance.
Reduced risk of injury.
The Kundalini Yoga practice is a sacred technology that is powerful and dynamic and incorporates all aspects of yoga. Come experience the healing power of your own breath, as you are guided through this 75 minute class. Elizabeth/Gian Nihal’s classes are a balanced blend of breath-work techniques to quiet the mind, a workout/work-in and movement for the physical body, and a blissfully deep meditation and sound healing relaxation experience. This practice balances the glandular system, strengthens the nervous system and enables us to harness the energy of the mind and emotions, so we can be in control of ourselves, rather than be controlled by our thoughts and feelings. Come expand your practice and experience the transformation! ALL levels are welcome.
Step into the peaceful oasis that is Bamboo Garden Yoga. Nestled in the heart of downtown Delray Beach, this tranquil yoga studio offers a variety of yoga styles including vinyasa flow, hatha, raja, yin therapeutics, kundalini, yoga therapy, and aerial yoga. Set in a real bamboo garden, this tranquil studio allows your asanas to truly embrace the natural surroundings. The 750 sq. foot outdoor yoga deck is fully equipped with cooling fans and beautiful lighting, to allow for total comfort while enjoying yoga in the outdoors.
Bamboo Garden Yoga also offers indoor aerial yoga classes through our partner studio, Delray Aerial Yoga.
At Bamboo Garden Yoga, our goal is to provide you with more than just a traditional yoga class, we strive to help you find your inner peace, and restore balance to your life both inside the studio and out. We invite you to visit our studio today!
We are conveniently located in the heart of downtown Delray Beach just 1 block south of Atlantic Ave and 1 block west of South US1.
My name is Sylwia.
I started my yoga journey in my early 20s. As I explored different styles through the years I fell in love with Iyengar yoga which focuses on precise alignment.
With over 20 years of experience my main focus is to allow my students to explore themselves in a safe way during their practice. Yoga exploration is endless and is always evolving. Our attention, intention, focus and self reflection expands, as well our understanding of ourselves.
I’m happy to be part of your journey.
Jesicca Aloha life’s passion is to share the gift of healing methods that have helped her live a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. She is a certified Yoga Teacher in various styles and modalities with over 10 years of experience. She is also a Holistic Health and Fitness Coach devoted to helping others find the practices that work best for each individual. Her sessions are unique, creative, heartfelt, and effective; she the perfect example of beauty, grace, health, creativity, and professionalism.
She found yoga in early 2008 and it was then when her life began to transform in ways she never thought possible. She was able to overcome depression, destructive behaviors, unhealthy habits, and relationships with a Holistic and natural approach.
Jesicca continues to expand her knowledge by educating herself and doing the daily work to inspire others and improve her health and well-being.
Alexandra Pachter aka Alex, C-IAYT (Certified Yoga Therapist), E-RYT500, and Reiki Master, is a South Florida Native. She specializes in Integrative Yoga Therapy, where she teaches others how to release and to learn from their traumas through the limbs of yoga, amongst other tools she has picked up throughout her journey so far.
After finding the lineage of Kripalu Yoga in 2012, Alexandra became a certified yoga teacher. Fascinated by the healing aspects of showing up to the mat (and life) as well as the enlightening philosophy of yoga, she continued her studies with Integrative Yoga Therapy in 2013, and officially became a Certified Int’l Associate of Yoga Therapy (C-IAYT) in 2016. Alexandra has continued her education studying Ayurveda, sacred texts, Kundalini Yoga for the nervous system, and Marma Therapy in Ayurveda. to name a few.
Currently, Alexandra teaches throughout the community, bringing the therapeutic benefits of yoga wherever she is called. She specializes in working with those who battle addiction, chronic pain/stress, or any sort of dis-ease in the physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual body. Alexandra is the owner of the Jala Jyoti School of Yoga, a 200 Hour Hatha-Kripalu Yoga Teacher Training School. She also owns and operates a Usui-Ryoho Reiki. Certification school.
Meet multi-dimensional bridge, weaver of knowledge and certified Kundalini Yoga & Meditation Instructor Elizabeth “Gian Nihal Kaur ” Andrews. Elizabeth is a dedicated practitioner and heart-centered yoga teacher who’s classes are for every-BODY. She has been studying the sacred science of Kundalini Yoga since 2015 with Deva Kaur Khalsa of Yoga Source and completed her Level 1 teacher training in 2017 and has been working to complete the 5 Module, Level 2 requirements. Most recently, completing the Vitality and Stress module in May 2021 with Deva Kaur Khalsa and Nirvair Singh (former CEO of KRI), and the Authentic Relationship module in November 2019 with Deva Kaur Khalsa and Kirn Kaur Khalsa of New Mexico’s Purest Potential. She has also trained directly with Krishna Kaur and completed her 40 hours of Y.O.G.A. for Youth teacher training. A forever student of Kundalini Yoga and blessed to serve the course, Elizabeth currently assists in mentoring the Level 1 Kundalini Yoga teachers in training at Yoga Source 2017-current and teaches Kundalini Yoga throughout Delray Beach, FL offering private and group classes in the tri-county area by Guru’s grace.
Jacqueline or “Jax” Burbage has been a certified Yoga Teacher since 2008 and most recently completed her two year certification as a Yoga Therapist from Phoenix Rising School of Yoga Therapy. Jax is a long time local to Delray Beach, but lived in San Diego for a few years, she returns to us with more training and experience in the Yoga studies. She teaches Yin, Restorative Yoga and is specially trained in Trauma Sensitive Yoga. After owning a local organic juice and smoothie bar for 6 years she realizes that her true purpose is to share these tools from ancient wisdom combining modern science to understand the nuances of each of our human experience so we can love ourselves and live in peace.
John Duque or Rama, as the people or some of his friends call him was born in Colombia and after his 9 years old had a series of very interesting experiences at north India, Nepal, south India and Europe. He was living in Berlin (Germany) with a Vaishnava community where he met A.C Bhaktialoka Paramadveiti Swami Maharaj who gave to Rama his first and second initiation in the lineage of bhakti yoga at the age of 10; after living with this community he was invited by one of his spiritual brothers to inquire about another practices in India where he met for the first time with the hatha raja yoga practices offered in the satyananda ́s ashram yoga school at west India, so after he got involved into these practices Rama decided to stay in
the ashram as a volunteer monk with an oath of brahmacharya for a period of ten years, then during this time he dedicated his time to travel and learn about the Vedic scriptures and ayurvedic practitice, becoming Renade Subash’s assistant.
He has travelled to different ashrams around India assisting his gurus and offering ayurvedic massage therapies. He belongs to the world Vaishnava association (WVA) and the center of kriya yoga studies from homestead. After he had those previous experiences in India Rama came back to his natal country Colombia and funded a yoga school in companionship with Ananda Sukadev (Henry Duque).
Rama is also a certified Vedic Thai massage practitioner, he belongs to the medical Thai massage school sivagokumarapaj. Rama certified yoga trainer from the world Vaishnava association from Vrindavan Vedic studies center.
He has a B.A degree in teaching languages: English, Spanish, French and German