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Aloha Active is Noosa’s newest Yoga, Pilates and Massage centre located in the beautiful Noosa Blue Resort. Classes offered include; Bikram Hot Yoga, Hot Pilates, Power Flow and Yin Yoga.
Aloha active is Noosa’s newest Yoga, Pilates and Massage centre located in the beautiful Noosa Blue Resort. The studio is equipped with the latest infra red heating and ventilation system designed for both heated and room temperature classes.
As a client of Aloha Active, you gain full access to resort facilities including large steam room, jacuzzi, heated swimming pool, showers and changing rooms, before and after classes or massage treatments.
Bikram Yoga is a series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises. Each posture stretches and strengthens specific muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints needed for the next posture. The Bikram method also stimulates the organs, glands, and nerves moving fresh oxygenated blood to 100% of the body helping to restore all systems to a healthy working order.
Bikram scientifically designed this 90 minute program to deliver total health through the balancing and strengthening of every system in the body in order to prevent illness and injury, promote weight loss and limit the effects of ageing. The series is dynamic and exhilarating. The series of postures combine skills of concentration, patience, determination and self control that increase mental clarity and reduce stress.
The Aloha Active ‘Power Flow’ class is a Vinyasa style yoga class. A dynamic style of yoga practice, the postures in this class progress in a flowing fashion, energising the body and mind.
Classes follow a standard pattern but unlike the Bikram yoga class, there isn’t a set sequence. Each class will vary in postures, with a focus on strengthening the core, improving flexibility and your state of mind.
Power Flow classes are held in a heated studio at a temperature between 30-34 degrees celsius.
Hot Power Flow is suitable for all levels and aims to strengthen the body and calm the mind.
Want to improve your overall health and fitness, reduce stress, lose weight?
This class promises to sculpt and tone your body, strengthen your core and improve your cardiovascular system. Will burn hundreds of calories by focusing on high intensity interval training (HIIT) using Pilates principles in a heated room 32-34 degrees. Each class follows a similar pattern, but the sequence can vary from class to class. This class is high energy, upbeat and you’ll get one of the best workouts you’ve ever had.
This class is suitable for beginners.
Yin Yoga is a great complement to other styles of yoga. Yin is a passive style of yoga, with postures conducted primarily on the floor. Yin yoga is unique in that you fully relax into the postures, allowing the practise to soften the muscles and work deep into the joints and fascia system of the body. Postures are held for longer period of time, generally 1-5 minutes. Because of this, Yin yoga is a deeper meditative experience than Bikram or Power flow yoga.
Benefits of Yin Yoga
Aloha Fusion is a fusion class combining the Bikram Yoga series with the basics of Power Vinyasa Flow.
This class follows a structured posture sequence that’s the same every class, this enables you to focus more closely on your breath and movement. It begins with pranayama, then follows into a ‘flow’ of well known asanas including sun salutations, high and low plank, downward and upward facing dog and back to standing. Woven through this flow sequence are the basic Bikram yoga postures and then some. This class works your entire body, from the mind to your bone marrow and skin.
Now kids can reap the benefits of regular yoga practice too!
Our Kids Yoga Monkeys course begins in February and runs for 8 consecutive weeks. This fantastic 45 minute class combines kid-friendly yoga poses and stillness meditation in a fun format your child will love!
Family discounts for your second or third child when booking for the full 8 weeks. Drop-ins are welcome.
Aloha Signature ‘Ka Huna’ Massage
Using hands, forearms and elbows this style of Hawaiian massage works with the energy through soft and deep tissue pressure for an extremely soothing, nurturing massage experience.
Aloha Signature Massage
Combining aromatherapy and hot stone massage techniques, our signature massage focuses on optimising the body’s energy flow for an enhanced sense of relaxation and wellbeing.
This style is good for muscle tension or chronic pain associated with injury or stress. This treatment involves an assessment and may involve deep tissue work. Developed to help athletes enhance performance, prevent injury and improve recovery time, this form of massage is designed to heal muscles and tendons of the body.
Hot Stone Massage
A new and exceptional bodywork called stone massage is combining the time proven healing therapies of hot and cold applications and therapeutic massage. Used in relaxing spa treatments as well as for chronic tension and pain, stone massage is increasingly in demand. Massage with smooth heated stones sometimes contrasted with cool ones is a nurturing experience beyond compare. Imagine relaxing back on a sun warmed pebble beach and totally letting go with the calming and nurturing touch of massage.
Relaxation / Swedish Massage
A full body treatment with oil using kneading, stroking and focused friction techniques on muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, skin, lymphatic vessels and the gastrointestinal organs.
Using fragrant oils, this relaxing form of massage taps directly into the limbic system, which controls emotions and influences the nervous system and hormones.
Indian Head Massage
An ancient Ayurvedic healing technique to balance the body’s energy. Working on the back, shoulders, neck, arms, scalp and face, this seated massage will revitalise and energise!
Specifically tailored massage treatment for expecting mothers. A wonderful tool to help relax and revive the mind, body and spirit, as the body prepares for birth.
The foundation of the body, stimulating key areas of the feet through pressing and massage, can have a beneficial effect on the body’s organs and systems.
Thai Yoga Massage
Walk away feeling like you have a new body and renewed sense of vitality with Thai Yoga Massage. This massage is a dynamic bodywork therapy performed on a mat on the floor, with the practitioner guiding you through a series of restorative yoga postures, while palming and thumbing along the body’s Sen (energy) lines and pressure points.
Yin Yoga Massage
Great for improving flexibility, relieving tightness and injury, this massage style combines elements of Yin yoga and Thai massage. Stretches held for a minimum of 1 minute work directly into the fascia and joints of the body. Loose comfortable clothing required.
Polynesian Floor Massage
A fully clothed bodywork using stretching techniques to improve openness, flexibility and wellbeing. You will feel longer, leaner, lighter and balanced. This form of massage is available for every beautiful body.
Reiki is an ancient and gentle form of hands-on healing – very simple, non intrusive but extremely powerful. Reiki pronounced “ray-kee” is Japanese and means Universal Life Force Energy. This energy is present all around us and within all living things. Reiki can be administered sitting up or lying down. Reiki works on the root cause of illness. Illness in modern society is very often caused by stress.
Bowen Therapy is a dynamic system of muscle and soft tissue therapy that is revolutionising healthcare worldwide. It has successfully treated thousands of people suffering from a variety of conditions including:
Bowen Therapy is a very gentle and effective treatment with substantial relief felt after the first session. In most cases only two or three treatments are required one week apart.
Baby Bowen can help unsettled or colic /reflux babies and babies having trouble sleeping.
Aroma Bowen has the same benefits as Bowen but aromatherapy oils are used in a short back and foot massage to relax the muscles before we start.
Contact us today for more information.