We have a class for everyone from the start of your life to the end, come and yoga with us.
Ashtanga- dynamic, strong and flowing. Exploring Pranayama breath techniques, meditation and a sequence of asanas from the Ashtanga primary series to detoxify the body and mind
Beginners – introduction to breathing, moving and relaxing – all welcome
Bliss – Treat yourself to a wind-down to the weekend with this class which will be mainly floor-based. Let go of tension with a blissful combination of yin yoga, where we hold the poses to release into the fascia, followed by some restorative postures.Then, we’ll dive into a deeply relaxing iRest yoga nidra guided meditation designed to restore your mind, body and senses to their natural state of true being.
Children – age 5 – 10 years, learning through stories, postures and relaxation.
Core restore – for women any age to connect and tone pelvic floor
Family – parents and children practice together, age 3 +
Gentle – ease your way into postures, breathing and relaxation
Hatha (ordinary yoga) – asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing), philosophy and relaxation
Meditation –an eclectic mix of mindfulness, visual journeys, focus on objects, breath, working with crystals and self-healing.
Modified Pilates – Gentle, relaxed and friendly, slower pace, improves posture, flexibility and strengthens core
Post natal – yoga for mum with baby
Pregnancy – from 12 weeks to term
Therapeutic – adaptions for people with injuries or illness
Vinyasa flow – a derivative of Ashtanga Yoga, this class is a dynamic and energetic style of yoga. Flowing postures are linked to the breath for an intense body-mind workout
Wednesday Morning Flow is a one-hour Vinyasa style practice. Each week offering a different flow. Moving through sun salutations, standing and seated postures. This practice focuses on yoga basics which include stretching, breathing, posture, relaxation, deepening our understanding of our body, and principles of alignment, developing a yoga practice that is safe and enjoyable. This is a dynamic class with an emphasis on fluid movement, flowing in and out of the asanas with the use of the breath. Each class will vary in intensity however The student will be offered choices and adaptations to postures to enable students to have independence and the opportunity to explore their body intuitively, whilst guiding you through the flow.
All levels welcome,
Yin – a slow pace with a series of long-held, passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body – the hips, pelvis, inner thighs and lower spine