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Trident Bayside, Al Emreef Street
Level 1, Above Fonograf Restaurant & Cafe, Marina Walk, Marina, Dubai

What We Offer:

  • Asana | Ashtanga Vinyasa | Classical Hatha Yoga | Hatha All Levels | Hatha Flow Yoga | Iyengar Yoga | Kids Fitness | Kriya | Meditation | Power Yoga | Pranayama | Pre & Post Natal Yoga | Pre Natal Yoga | Sivananda Yoga | Teacher Training | Vinyasa Flow | Yin Yoga | Yoga | Yoga for Weight Loss

Facilities

  • Fridays Open
  • Group Classes
  • Outdoor training
  • Parking
  • Personal Training
  • Shower

Membership/Packages

NAME Membership Validity PRICE
1 Month 0 Month AED 1000 Buy Membership
3 Months 0 Month AED 2500 Buy Membership
6 Months 0 Month AED 4500 Buy Membership
12 Months 0 Month AED 8000 Buy Membership

About us

136.1 is Dubai’s first chain of integrated yoga studios, that arms you with timeless yoga techniques in a swanky, state-of-the-art studio ambience. 136.1 is perhaps, the only place in UAE, where you have the flexibility of learning classical yoga from a variety of schools including Iyengar, Sivananda, Satyanada Yoga Vinyoga and Mysore Ashtanga Vinyasa. Our highly qualified yoga teachers also have the capability of customizing classes according to your health needs.

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Yoga

The word yoga comes from Sanskrit, an ancient Indian language. It is a derivation of the word yuj, which means yoking, as in a team of oxen. In contemporary practice, this is often interpreted as meaning union.

Traditionally there are different types of yoga: Anusura Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Iyengar Yoga, and Vinyasa Yoga. Several new versions have been promoted as yoga for weight loss and toning up like Power Yoga and Bikram Yoga. Each of the traditional variations of yoga has its own health benefits, all the while focusing on building your core, aiding weight loss, and connecting the mind with the body and spirit.

This is done through the performance of poses or postures, each of which has specific physical benefits. The poses can be done quickly in succession, creating heat in the body through movement (vinyasa-style yoga) or more slowly to increase stamina and perfect the alignment of the pose. The poses are a constant, but the approach to them varies depending on the yoga tradition in which the teacher has trained.