Our studio center
Jaya Yoga is the ideal place to practice Yoga in the heart of Venice. We are located in Campo San Polo, number 2006. Our studio is dedicated to Yoga, Pilates, Meditation, and Holistic Events. The Yoga room has wood floors, high ceilings, and four large windows that bring in natural light.
Inside, you will find all that is necessary: mats, blankets, and props. The studio, heated in winter and cool in summer, also has changing rooms and toilets.
What are you waiting for? Come and experience the fun of practicing Yoga with us!
We organize Yoga classes in Venice for all ages. You can follow classes of Integral Yoga, Anukalana Yoga, and Pilates in our center. You can also bring your children along, to play and have fun with Yoga Kids, a Yoga class specifically designed for them. We also provide Pregnancy Yoga classes, to accompany women on their journey to becoming mothers, preparing them to welcome the gift of life.
Ours center is the only one in Venice where you can ‘fly’ with Acro Yoga, a healthy, yogic, and fun activity that will allow you to discover and know yourself better.
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Integral Yoga: a traditional approach with simple yet thorough exercises
In these classes, Yoga is leaned and performed according to tradition. The positions (asanas) are performed in a simple and yet thorough way, just as traditional Yoga requires. The movements are slow and ‘conscious’, and particular care is given to the alignment of the body in the execution of the asanas. This type of exercise helps develop calm, position awareness, and accuracy in execution. Here, participants find a place where they can dedicate themselves to themselves, releasing stress and improving their well-being. What we try to achieve by practicing Yoga in the traditional way is a state of balance between the energies of body and mind. Classes are suitable both for those who have already practiced other styles of Yoga, and for beginners.
Anukalana Yoga: combining dynamic and static phases in fluid movements
The Sanskrit word Anukalana means integration. It is an approach to Yoga that has its roots in ancient Vedic wisdom, to which is combined today’s knowledge of anatomy and physiology, creating a safe and effective exercise suited to the needs of our days. In our classes, you will experience a combination of “static” asanas (positions) and dynamic phases where the asanas are performed in sequence. This type of practice develops motor awareness, dexterity, and muscular tone. Particular attention is given to breathing: in our style of Yoga, breathing becomes one with the execution of the asanas. The elements that are integrated in this discipline allow you to do a complete exercise of your body and of your mind. This class is suitable both for those who have already practiced Yoga and for beginners.
Vinyasa Yoga: dynamic, quick, with intense muscular workout
In this type of class, all positions are performed in sequence, according to the rhythm of your breathing. This type of practice encompasses all the most valid aspects of modern Yoga styles, giving rise to an effective and enjoyable new form. Toning, fluidity, and position alignment are the key features of this Yoga style. The mind reaches a state of deep concentration, thanks to the synchrony of breathing and positions. The classes are very intense, a full-body workout: thorough but still within the world of aerobics.
Postural Pilates Method
Currently, more than five million people practice Pilates, a discipline that was first developed at the beginning of the 1900s by Joseph Hubertus Pilates. Pilates is a gymnastic activity that teaches correct posture, bringing greater harmony and fluidity to the body’s movements in general. The position and movement of each part of the body are extremely important, making the entire body move like an integrated system. Postural Pilates Method (PPM) is an approach that combines the traditional concepts of Pilates with the modern principles of postural disciplines, integrating their new knowledge, intuitions, and objectives. The classes are structured so as to be enjoyed by everyone, at all levels of experience. Detailed explanations accompany all exercises, making the practice easy and profitable right from the very first lesson. It is for this reason that the class is suitable both for beginners and experienced participants.
This is a high intensity Pilates form. Through targeted aerobic and anaerobic training sessions, it stimulates the body in order to trigger certain physiological processes that burn body fat, with excellent results in terms of weight loss, toning, and health. The training is split into many short intensive classes that see a progressive increase in the workload. Therefore, those who practice Met Pilates will see an effective cut in body fat and consequent weight loss (general and localized), combined with increased strength, muscle resistance, and better postural balance.
These classes are designed for those who require a gentler approach to the discipline. All exercises are performed in a moderate but effective way. Particular attention in paid to the body’s articulations and to the postural aspects related to the discipline. Detailed explanations accompany all exercises, making the practice easy and profitable right from the very first lesson.
Our instructors are highly qualified and
hold internationally recognized certifications
“I did not find Yoga: Yoga found me”. This is how I like to answer those who ask me how and why I began practicing this discipline. I received my instructor diploma after following intensive classes at the ashram of Villa Vrindavana near Florence, under the guidance of Jacopo Ceccarelli, and specializing in the Anukalana style. I then found it necessary to complete my formation by becoming instructor for Pregnancy Yoga and Post-partum Yoga as well.
After many years of competitive swimming and skiing, I first approached the role of instructor by holding a position as swimming and water aerobics instructor.
I later moved on to holding fitness activities (musical and aerobics) in various gyms. In recent years, I have specialized in Postural Exercise and, above all, in Pilates disciplines, which were love at first sight.
How to reach us
By walk: In the center of Campo San Polo, a large red building stands out on the right side: Palazzo Soranzo. The studio is located inside. The entrance door is the first of three at number 2171. You will find the name of the studio on the bell. Open Google Mas
By boat: It is very easy to get to San Polo from the San Tomà, San Silvestro, San Stae and Rialto Mercato stops.