In the Hatha Yoga tradition, the focus is on the postures and finding an alignment within them that can bring us to a state of steadiness. This is known as sukha and shtira, the balance between effort and ease.
In my classes we start with Savasana, a resting posture, then with Pranayamas that is a breathwork, passing to Sun salutation and then Asanas that are postures that allow participants the opportunity to explore how their body feels, as well as to create space for modifications and adaptations. We also focus on allowing the breath to be an anchor to the present moment, enabling us to observe our inner landscape. Finishing with Savasana a gentle and relaxing posture that allows your body and mind time to rejuvenate and absorb all that good work you have done for your body.
My teaching style allows time for slow, mindful transitions between asanas (postures). This makes the practice more accessible for beginners as well as those who like to take a bit more time in postures, refining their physical or energetic alignment.