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  • Family Yoga
  • Breathing Technique Classes
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Body & Soul
Heal your mind body and soul trough Yoga Therapy, meditation, breath work and mindfulness.

Yoga for everyone

The practice of yoga has long been celebrated for its transformative effects on the mind, body, and spirit. With roots dating back thousands of years, yoga offers a holistic approach to wellness that goes beyond mere physical fitness. Joining our classes will help you discover your inner yogi, embrace the journey of self-discovery, and embark on a path toward a healthier, more balanced life.

Our Classes

Group Sessions

In our Group Yoga Sessions, the power of community meets the serenity of yoga. Join us for an unforgettable journey of movement…

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Private Session

Individual yoga sessions designed to fit into your busy schedule. Private class with Liat is a custom session, tailored to your goals and needs. These lessons offer you…

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Breath Work

Ease your mind, body, and spirit as yogic breathing leads to a calmer state of mind. You will learn to use your breath to increase your physical performance…

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Pre/ Postnatal Yoga

The physical and mental challenges of everyday life are intensified during pregnancy and can be very
overwhelming.

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Liat Chanoch

 

We can all benefit from achieving peace of mind and a deeper understanding of ourselves and our experiences. This journey has changed my life and I am inviting you to join me on this journey. I can assure you that you won’t be able to compare this practice of yours at my studio to anywhere else. What can you expect from your yoga journey? Yoga is the union of the body and the mind, and you cannot nurture one without the other. The body-mind connection holds information that can be accessed only through consistent yoga and mindfulness practice. Practicing yoga is a powerful tool that enables its followers to learn about themselves, open their minds to new experiences, and change their perspective on life. On a physical level, yoga will help you to build stamina, become stronger and more flexible, and will teach you to let go of the stress of everyday life. 

Date / Time Classes   Duration Course Fee
Thu 18 April 2024
09:30 AM
Yoga Flow & Alignment This is a safe space for a student who is brand new to yoga, as well as those who want to grow their practice from a strong foundation of personal alignment and skillful breathing. strength and flexibility are not required, and will be gained through regular attendance. Deepen your breath, tap into inner strength, and become more aware of the relationship between your mind and body. Special attention is paid to the learning alignment principle so students can progress safely to intermediate classes.
Book Now 1 hour

In person class:$30

Online classes $30

07:15 PM
Prenatal Yoga ClassPrenatal yoga can be a great way to prepare for childbirth. Find out if this type of prenatal exercise is right for you. If you're pregnant and looking for ways to relax or stay fit, you might be considering prenatal yoga. But did you know that prenatal yoga might also help you prepare for labor and promote your baby's health? Before you start prenatal yoga, understand the range of possible benefits, as well as what a typical class entails and important safety tips. What are the benefits of prenatal yoga? Much like other types of childbirth-preparation classes, prenatal yoga is a multifaceted approach to exercise that encourages stretching, mental centering and focused breathing. Research suggests that prenatal yoga is safe and can have many benefits for pregnant women and their babies. Prenatal yoga can:
  • Improve sleep
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth
  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath
Prenatal yoga can also help you meet and bond with other pregnant women and prepare for the stress of being a new parent. What happens during a typical prenatal yoga class? A typical prenatal yoga class involve:
  • You'll be encouraged to focus on breathing in and out slowly and deeply through the nose. Prenatal yoga breathing techniques might help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor.
  • Gentle stretching.You'll be encouraged to gently move different areas of your body, such as your neck and arms, through their full range of motion.
  • While standing, sitting or lying on the ground, you'll gently move your body into different positions aimed at developing your strength, flexibility and balance. Props — such as blankets, cushions and belts — might be used to provide support and comfort.
  • Cool down and relaxation.At the end of each prenatal yoga class, you'll relax your muscles and restore your resting heart rate and breathing rhythm. You might be encouraged to listen to your own breathing, pay close attention to sensations, thoughts and emotions, or repeat a mantra or word to bring about a state of self-awareness and inner calm.
Book Now 1 hour & 15 minutes

In person class:$33

Online classes $33

Wed 01 May 2024
07:30 PM
Yoga Vinyasa Flow - Open level This class is for everyone who wishes to take their practice to the next level. Vinyasa Flow level one classes include the basics of a flow class, which is a dynamic practice that focuses on combining movement with breath control. We will open the class with meditation, followed by asanas movement. Closing with a breathing practice and a shavasana.
Book Now 1 hour

In person class:$30

Online classes $30

Mon 06 May 2024
11:30 AM
Prenatal Yoga ClassPrenatal yoga can be a great way to prepare for childbirth. Find out if this type of prenatal exercise is right for you. If you're pregnant and looking for ways to relax or stay fit, you might be considering prenatal yoga. But did you know that prenatal yoga might also help you prepare for labor and promote your baby's health? Before you start prenatal yoga, understand the range of possible benefits, as well as what a typical class entails and important safety tips. What are the benefits of prenatal yoga? Much like other types of childbirth-preparation classes, prenatal yoga is a multifaceted approach to exercise that encourages stretching, mental centering and focused breathing. Research suggests that prenatal yoga is safe and can have many benefits for pregnant women and their babies. Prenatal yoga can:
  • Improve sleep
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth
  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath
Prenatal yoga can also help you meet and bond with other pregnant women and prepare for the stress of being a new parent. What happens during a typical prenatal yoga class? A typical prenatal yoga class involve:
  • You'll be encouraged to focus on breathing in and out slowly and deeply through the nose. Prenatal yoga breathing techniques might help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor.
  • Gentle stretching.You'll be encouraged to gently move different areas of your body, such as your neck and arms, through their full range of motion.
  • While standing, sitting or lying on the ground, you'll gently move your body into different positions aimed at developing your strength, flexibility and balance. Props — such as blankets, cushions and belts — might be used to provide support and comfort.
  • Cool down and relaxation.At the end of each prenatal yoga class, you'll relax your muscles and restore your resting heart rate and breathing rhythm. You might be encouraged to listen to your own breathing, pay close attention to sensations, thoughts and emotions, or repeat a mantra or word to bring about a state of self-awareness and inner calm.
Book Now 1 hour & 15 minutes

In person class:$33

Online classes $33

Thu 09 May 2024
07:15 PM
Prenatal Yoga ClassPrenatal yoga can be a great way to prepare for childbirth. Find out if this type of prenatal exercise is right for you. If you're pregnant and looking for ways to relax or stay fit, you might be considering prenatal yoga. But did you know that prenatal yoga might also help you prepare for labor and promote your baby's health? Before you start prenatal yoga, understand the range of possible benefits, as well as what a typical class entails and important safety tips. What are the benefits of prenatal yoga? Much like other types of childbirth-preparation classes, prenatal yoga is a multifaceted approach to exercise that encourages stretching, mental centering and focused breathing. Research suggests that prenatal yoga is safe and can have many benefits for pregnant women and their babies. Prenatal yoga can:
  • Improve sleep
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth
  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath
Prenatal yoga can also help you meet and bond with other pregnant women and prepare for the stress of being a new parent. What happens during a typical prenatal yoga class? A typical prenatal yoga class involve:
  • You'll be encouraged to focus on breathing in and out slowly and deeply through the nose. Prenatal yoga breathing techniques might help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor.
  • Gentle stretching.You'll be encouraged to gently move different areas of your body, such as your neck and arms, through their full range of motion.
  • While standing, sitting or lying on the ground, you'll gently move your body into different positions aimed at developing your strength, flexibility and balance. Props — such as blankets, cushions and belts — might be used to provide support and comfort.
  • Cool down and relaxation.At the end of each prenatal yoga class, you'll relax your muscles and restore your resting heart rate and breathing rhythm. You might be encouraged to listen to your own breathing, pay close attention to sensations, thoughts and emotions, or repeat a mantra or word to bring about a state of self-awareness and inner calm.
Book Now 1 hour & 15 minutes

In person class:$33

Online classes $33

Mon 13 May 2024
11:30 AM
Prenatal Yoga ClassPrenatal yoga can be a great way to prepare for childbirth. Find out if this type of prenatal exercise is right for you. If you're pregnant and looking for ways to relax or stay fit, you might be considering prenatal yoga. But did you know that prenatal yoga might also help you prepare for labor and promote your baby's health? Before you start prenatal yoga, understand the range of possible benefits, as well as what a typical class entails and important safety tips. What are the benefits of prenatal yoga? Much like other types of childbirth-preparation classes, prenatal yoga is a multifaceted approach to exercise that encourages stretching, mental centering and focused breathing. Research suggests that prenatal yoga is safe and can have many benefits for pregnant women and their babies. Prenatal yoga can:
  • Improve sleep
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth
  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath
Prenatal yoga can also help you meet and bond with other pregnant women and prepare for the stress of being a new parent. What happens during a typical prenatal yoga class? A typical prenatal yoga class involve:
  • You'll be encouraged to focus on breathing in and out slowly and deeply through the nose. Prenatal yoga breathing techniques might help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor.
  • Gentle stretching.You'll be encouraged to gently move different areas of your body, such as your neck and arms, through their full range of motion.
  • While standing, sitting or lying on the ground, you'll gently move your body into different positions aimed at developing your strength, flexibility and balance. Props — such as blankets, cushions and belts — might be used to provide support and comfort.
  • Cool down and relaxation.At the end of each prenatal yoga class, you'll relax your muscles and restore your resting heart rate and breathing rhythm. You might be encouraged to listen to your own breathing, pay close attention to sensations, thoughts and emotions, or repeat a mantra or word to bring about a state of self-awareness and inner calm.
Book Now 1 hour & 15 minutes

In person class:$33

Online classes $33

Wed 15 May 2024
07:30 PM
Yoga Vinyasa Flow - Open level This class is for everyone who wishes to take their practice to the next level. Vinyasa Flow level one classes include the basics of a flow class, which is a dynamic practice that focuses on combining movement with breath control. We will open the class with meditation, followed by asanas movement. Closing with a breathing practice and a shavasana.
Book Now 1 hour

In person class:$30

Online classes $30

Thu 16 May 2024
09:30 AM
Yoga Flow & Alignment This is a safe space for a student who is brand new to yoga, as well as those who want to grow their practice from a strong foundation of personal alignment and skillful breathing. strength and flexibility are not required, and will be gained through regular attendance. Deepen your breath, tap into inner strength, and become more aware of the relationship between your mind and body. Special attention is paid to the learning alignment principle so students can progress safely to intermediate classes.
Book Now 1 hour

In person class:$30

Online classes $30

07:15 PM
Prenatal Yoga ClassPrenatal yoga can be a great way to prepare for childbirth. Find out if this type of prenatal exercise is right for you. If you're pregnant and looking for ways to relax or stay fit, you might be considering prenatal yoga. But did you know that prenatal yoga might also help you prepare for labor and promote your baby's health? Before you start prenatal yoga, understand the range of possible benefits, as well as what a typical class entails and important safety tips. What are the benefits of prenatal yoga? Much like other types of childbirth-preparation classes, prenatal yoga is a multifaceted approach to exercise that encourages stretching, mental centering and focused breathing. Research suggests that prenatal yoga is safe and can have many benefits for pregnant women and their babies. Prenatal yoga can:
  • Improve sleep
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth
  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath
Prenatal yoga can also help you meet and bond with other pregnant women and prepare for the stress of being a new parent. What happens during a typical prenatal yoga class? A typical prenatal yoga class involve:
  • You'll be encouraged to focus on breathing in and out slowly and deeply through the nose. Prenatal yoga breathing techniques might help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor.
  • Gentle stretching.You'll be encouraged to gently move different areas of your body, such as your neck and arms, through their full range of motion.
  • While standing, sitting or lying on the ground, you'll gently move your body into different positions aimed at developing your strength, flexibility and balance. Props — such as blankets, cushions and belts — might be used to provide support and comfort.
  • Cool down and relaxation.At the end of each prenatal yoga class, you'll relax your muscles and restore your resting heart rate and breathing rhythm. You might be encouraged to listen to your own breathing, pay close attention to sensations, thoughts and emotions, or repeat a mantra or word to bring about a state of self-awareness and inner calm.
Book Now 1 hour & 15 minutes

In person class:$33

Online classes $33

Mon 20 May 2024
11:30 AM
Prenatal Yoga ClassPrenatal yoga can be a great way to prepare for childbirth. Find out if this type of prenatal exercise is right for you. If you're pregnant and looking for ways to relax or stay fit, you might be considering prenatal yoga. But did you know that prenatal yoga might also help you prepare for labor and promote your baby's health? Before you start prenatal yoga, understand the range of possible benefits, as well as what a typical class entails and important safety tips. What are the benefits of prenatal yoga? Much like other types of childbirth-preparation classes, prenatal yoga is a multifaceted approach to exercise that encourages stretching, mental centering and focused breathing. Research suggests that prenatal yoga is safe and can have many benefits for pregnant women and their babies. Prenatal yoga can:
  • Improve sleep
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth
  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath
Prenatal yoga can also help you meet and bond with other pregnant women and prepare for the stress of being a new parent. What happens during a typical prenatal yoga class? A typical prenatal yoga class involve:
  • You'll be encouraged to focus on breathing in and out slowly and deeply through the nose. Prenatal yoga breathing techniques might help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor.
  • Gentle stretching.You'll be encouraged to gently move different areas of your body, such as your neck and arms, through their full range of motion.
  • While standing, sitting or lying on the ground, you'll gently move your body into different positions aimed at developing your strength, flexibility and balance. Props — such as blankets, cushions and belts — might be used to provide support and comfort.
  • Cool down and relaxation.At the end of each prenatal yoga class, you'll relax your muscles and restore your resting heart rate and breathing rhythm. You might be encouraged to listen to your own breathing, pay close attention to sensations, thoughts and emotions, or repeat a mantra or word to bring about a state of self-awareness and inner calm.
Book Now 1 hour & 15 minutes

In person class:$33

Online classes $33

Thu 23 May 2024
09:30 AM
Yoga Flow & Alignment This is a safe space for a student who is brand new to yoga, as well as those who want to grow their practice from a strong foundation of personal alignment and skillful breathing. strength and flexibility are not required, and will be gained through regular attendance. Deepen your breath, tap into inner strength, and become more aware of the relationship between your mind and body. Special attention is paid to the learning alignment principle so students can progress safely to intermediate classes.
Book Now 1 hour

In person class:$30

Online classes $30

07:15 PM
Prenatal Yoga ClassPrenatal yoga can be a great way to prepare for childbirth. Find out if this type of prenatal exercise is right for you. If you're pregnant and looking for ways to relax or stay fit, you might be considering prenatal yoga. But did you know that prenatal yoga might also help you prepare for labor and promote your baby's health? Before you start prenatal yoga, understand the range of possible benefits, as well as what a typical class entails and important safety tips. What are the benefits of prenatal yoga? Much like other types of childbirth-preparation classes, prenatal yoga is a multifaceted approach to exercise that encourages stretching, mental centering and focused breathing. Research suggests that prenatal yoga is safe and can have many benefits for pregnant women and their babies. Prenatal yoga can:
  • Improve sleep
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth
  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath
Prenatal yoga can also help you meet and bond with other pregnant women and prepare for the stress of being a new parent. What happens during a typical prenatal yoga class? A typical prenatal yoga class involve:
  • You'll be encouraged to focus on breathing in and out slowly and deeply through the nose. Prenatal yoga breathing techniques might help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor.
  • Gentle stretching.You'll be encouraged to gently move different areas of your body, such as your neck and arms, through their full range of motion.
  • While standing, sitting or lying on the ground, you'll gently move your body into different positions aimed at developing your strength, flexibility and balance. Props — such as blankets, cushions and belts — might be used to provide support and comfort.
  • Cool down and relaxation.At the end of each prenatal yoga class, you'll relax your muscles and restore your resting heart rate and breathing rhythm. You might be encouraged to listen to your own breathing, pay close attention to sensations, thoughts and emotions, or repeat a mantra or word to bring about a state of self-awareness and inner calm.
Book Now 1 hour & 15 minutes

In person class:$33

Online classes $33

Mon 27 May 2024
11:30 AM
Prenatal Yoga ClassPrenatal yoga can be a great way to prepare for childbirth. Find out if this type of prenatal exercise is right for you. If you're pregnant and looking for ways to relax or stay fit, you might be considering prenatal yoga. But did you know that prenatal yoga might also help you prepare for labor and promote your baby's health? Before you start prenatal yoga, understand the range of possible benefits, as well as what a typical class entails and important safety tips. What are the benefits of prenatal yoga? Much like other types of childbirth-preparation classes, prenatal yoga is a multifaceted approach to exercise that encourages stretching, mental centering and focused breathing. Research suggests that prenatal yoga is safe and can have many benefits for pregnant women and their babies. Prenatal yoga can:
  • Improve sleep
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth
  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath
Prenatal yoga can also help you meet and bond with other pregnant women and prepare for the stress of being a new parent. What happens during a typical prenatal yoga class? A typical prenatal yoga class involve:
  • You'll be encouraged to focus on breathing in and out slowly and deeply through the nose. Prenatal yoga breathing techniques might help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor.
  • Gentle stretching.You'll be encouraged to gently move different areas of your body, such as your neck and arms, through their full range of motion.
  • While standing, sitting or lying on the ground, you'll gently move your body into different positions aimed at developing your strength, flexibility and balance. Props — such as blankets, cushions and belts — might be used to provide support and comfort.
  • Cool down and relaxation.At the end of each prenatal yoga class, you'll relax your muscles and restore your resting heart rate and breathing rhythm. You might be encouraged to listen to your own breathing, pay close attention to sensations, thoughts and emotions, or repeat a mantra or word to bring about a state of self-awareness and inner calm.
Book Now 1 hour & 15 minutes

In person class:$33

Online classes $33

Wed 29 May 2024
07:30 PM
Yoga Vinyasa Flow - Open level This class is for everyone who wishes to take their practice to the next level. Vinyasa Flow level one classes include the basics of a flow class, which is a dynamic practice that focuses on combining movement with breath control. We will open the class with meditation, followed by asanas movement. Closing with a breathing practice and a shavasana.
Book Now 1 hour

In person class:$30

Online classes $30

Thu 30 May 2024
09:30 AM
Yoga Flow & Alignment This is a safe space for a student who is brand new to yoga, as well as those who want to grow their practice from a strong foundation of personal alignment and skillful breathing. strength and flexibility are not required, and will be gained through regular attendance. Deepen your breath, tap into inner strength, and become more aware of the relationship between your mind and body. Special attention is paid to the learning alignment principle so students can progress safely to intermediate classes.
Book Now 1 hour

In person class:$30

Online classes $30

Testimonial 10

Practicing with Liat at her studio is something I look forward to every week! Great energy, inviting environment and a very clean space. I highly recommend and I am always looking forward to her classes. 

Jaimee Fouladi

Testimonial 9

I’ve been doing yoga for many years but Liat is absolutely one of the best instructors I’ve met. She’s so spiritual, fun, experienced and caring. I enjoy the sessions and looking forward to it always. It is such a pleasure to practice Yoga with Liat and to take a part in her class.

Rozita Soomekh

Home Broker Agent

Testimonial 8

I love Liat’s yoga classes. I attend her classes almost every week. It’s rejuvenating and she’s such a talented instructor with a perfectly peaceful space. Liat is very knowledgeable and she is an expert in many fields.  Yoga Mind Li Studio has the Perfect space and layout for any level; you won’t be disappointed!

Lili Aram

Testimonial 7

I love Liat’s classes!! From the moment I come in, I feel so calm, peaceful, and whole. I’ve really learned how to breathe properly and have gained a lot of flexibility and even tone with the practice. I am taking prenatal classes at the moment and I am planning to go back to her classes after I will give birth. I am looking forward to these classes every week!❤️

Daniela Nazginov Whi

Testimonial 6

I take prenatal yoga class once a week and it’s so helpful! Pregnancy definitely comes with aches and pains so I always feel very relaxed after class. Liat is a wonderful instructor and always asks if there is anything you’d like to work on today. She is giving a very detailed explanation and she guide us in a very professional way.

Crystal Xeon

Testimonials5

Liat gives a wonderful yoga class. It is the perfect combination of challenge and calm. Corrections are nonjudgmental are clear. Verbal instruction is easy to follow and Liat does all the moves with the class giving more difficult and easier options for every level, making all participants feel welcome and accomplished. The flow is balletic and varied enough to remain interesting. When class is held outside the beautiful backyard enhances the experience. I have been doing yoga for a while. Often instructors intimidate by demonstrating their own power. Others instructors don’t do the moves well. Others are dull, have a voice that is hard to listen to, or don’t pay attention to individuals in the class. Liat is guilty of none of these pitfalls. Without reservation, I highly recommend her studio and her classes. I take group classes and privet classes with Liat.

Rita Hall

Graphic Artist and Designer

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