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Whether you’re an experienced yogi or are brand new to the practice, Anam Cara Manila offers you the best of traditional yoga, as well as a diverse offering of complimentary mind/body modalities.

Sit soulfully and go on a journey into the wilds of Kundalini. Challenge yourself with a morning Mysore class. Reverberate to the Gong in a Sound Healing Session.

Ask everything of yourself – mind, body, spirit – and expect profound transformation.



Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, more commonly referred to as Ashtanga Yoga, is a system of Hatha Yoga developed by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, a former student of Krishnamacharya. It is named after the term given in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras for the eight-fold path of yoga, or ashtanga, which means “eight-limbed” in Sanskrit. Sri K. Pattabhi Jois believed that the asana limb of yoga must be practiced before the others could be mastered.

In this practice, asanas (postures) are arranged in sequences, called series, and focuses on the three points of attention that create the foundation of the practice: asanas, proper breathing, and drishti (a specific gazing point). The system has six series, although most practitioners only study the first, Yoga Chikitsa, which is known as the Primary Series.



The practice of Hatha Yoga is the Yoga of Activity or the Yoga of Balance.

/Hatha/ – Wilful
/Ha/ – Sun
/Tha/ – Moon

Hatha Yoga is an asana (pose) based practice, bringing an awareness to ones posture during each pose. The essence of hatha is balancing the yang and yin areas of the body to cultivate the natural flow or prana within the system to prepare for meditation.

Done as a flow sequence, the practitioner is able to move freely through each pose in a seamless and fluid manner within the awareness of the movement of the breath through the body in a meditation.



A powerful yet gentle breakthrough as we expand the limitations of our bodies and mind through Kundalini Yoga & Meditation as taught by Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini.

Befriend your inner being and manifest dream into reality as you explore the basics of breath work, movement and meditation to help manage stress and the daily challenges of urban living.



We believe that if you love yourself better, you do what you love and love what you do, you can be magnetic to the good that you desire. Learn to live your truth! Allow yourself to grow and expand in all areas of your life. Enhance your creativity and response ability through metaphysics, energy work or practical mysticism.



Sattva Yoga is a highly integrated practice of Himalayan Kundalini, Hatha, Kriya, Mantra, interwoven with ancient Vedic wisdom. Highly effective in yoking the body to the spirit, resulting in evolutionary transformation.



An experience of heavenly vibrations and healing frequencies. Bathe in the soothing tide of Yoga Nidra through this powerful gong and sound healing session. Lie down and open your heart to the smooth and seamless conversation between you and the universe.



Yin Yoga is a style of Yoga which combines classical Indian Yoga, Chinese Daoist practices and Western science to improve one’s physical and mental well-being. The practice emphasizes long-held, passive stresses of the deeper connective tissues, which mobilizes and strengthens one’s joints, ligaments and deep facial networks.


Yu-Hezu, derived from the Chinese words “Yuhe Zhu” literally meaning “The Healing Bamboo” is based on an ancient Chinese practice said to have been devised for and kept secret by the Chinese Royal family for thousands of years to prevent illness, slowing down the aging process, and prolong life.

It consists of a series of movements (stretching, twisting, lunging, bending) using a light four-foot bamboo stick starting as low impact then gradually intensifying.



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