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Yoga is the cessation of the fluctuations of the mind. Then,  the seer abides in her own nature.

(Yoga Sutras of Patanjali I:2,3)


Yoga classes are based on the ashtanga vinyasa yoga system in the tradition of Sri Krishnamacharya and Sri Pattabhi Jois. 

Ashtanga yoga is an ancient system of investigation and self-knowledge. It was systematized by the sage Patanjali and structured into eight aspects: Yama (ethical foundations), Niyama (attention to life habits), Asanas (postures), Pranayama (breathing), Pratyahara (abstraction of the mind), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation) and Samadhi (union). 

Vinyasa means coordination of movement and breathing. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a type of practice that coordinates movement and breathing in a dynamic sequence of postures. 


The practice will follow the "Mysore" style, that is, a practice in which each student follows their own pace while the teacher gives instructions and makes adjustments individually. This teaching method has the virtue of allowing the student to benefit from the energy of the group to advance in their practice while being accompanied by the teacher in a personalized way.



It is not necessary to have previous knowledge or a specific physical condition to practice yoga. In your first class, the teacher will gradually introduce you to the practice. When you get to the room, find a place for your mat and wait for the teacher's instructions.



  • Bring your own mat. 

  • Bring comfortable clothes. 

  • Bring a hand towel to dry your sweat.

  • Try not to eat before training 

  • Be punctual to optimize practice time


The Classes are led by Camila Valenzuela. In the year 2000 she began her yoga practice in England, which she continued on her return to Chile at the Ashtanga Yoga Chile school with Loreto Cortéz and during her stay in France with different teachers, including Charley Bensusen, Kia Naddermier and Stéphane Collet. She also participated in workshops with Mark and Joanne Darby, Kino McGregor, Petri Räisänen and Dena Kingsberg. In Mysore, India, she began the practice of pranayama with B.N.S Iyengar and the study of yoga sutras with Dr. Jayashree and Sri Narashimhan. She currently follows the teachings of A.G Mohan, a direct disciple of Sri.Krishnamacharya. She has taught yoga in different schools since 2007: in the Shantosha and Yoga Mukti schools in Santiago de Chile; at the Théâtre de Verre cultural center in Paris; at the Théâtre du Petit Matin and at the YAMA school in Marseille; at the Yoga Sadhana school in Valparaíso; at the Ashtanga Yoga school in Rio de Janeiro and at the Arraial d'Ajuda charity association (ABAA) in Brazil. 


Classes with Camila are special. Not only because she has a beautiful energy but also because she knows a lot and you can tell she enjoys transmitting it. What I learned in her classes I continuously apply when doing yoga, when doing breaths, meditating and in everyday life too. I highly recommend this nutritious experience to those who can as it is really worth it :)


Dia de luna y práctica d pranayama

In the Ashtanga yoga tradition, there is no practice on new and full moon days. This is because it is recognized that, just as the moon influences the tides by exacerbating or calming their flow, it also influences our body. Therefore, these days of energetic extremes are considered days of rest.    


In our school, we take advantage of these days to make a special practice on breathing techniques called pranayama.      


Below you will find the 2024 calendar of pranayama sessions.      


  • MARCH             Sunday 10, Monday 25    

  • APRIL                 Monday 8, Wednesday 24   

  • MAY                    Wednesday 8, Thursday 30   

  • JUNE                   Thursday 6, Saturday 20   

  • JULY                    Saturday 6, Sunday 21   

  • AUGUST             Sunday 4, Monday 19   

  • SEPTEMBER       Monday 2, Tuesday 17         

  • OCTOBER           Wednesday 2, Thursday 17   

  • NOVEMBER       Friday 1, Friday 15   

  • DECEMBER        Sunday 1st, Sunday 15th, Monday 30th.

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