CLASSES

Class Styles

Fast Yoga (Vinyasa Flow): a dynamic style of yoga giving a cardiovascular workout, flowing through poses with breath. Not recommended for complete beginners.

Beginner Vinyasa Flow: a soft introduction into Vinyasa - a dynamic style of yoga giving a cardiovascular workout, flowing through poses with breath but slowed and toned down for beginners.

Slow Yoga (Hatha): a gentle practice focusing on building a strong yogic foundation, suitable for all levels.

Stretchy Yoga (Yin): targeting the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and joints of the hips, pelvis and lower spine, this slow but effective style includes longer asana holds to allow the body to deepen into poses and stretches.

Calm Yoga (Restorative): gentle, relaxing yoga. With the use of blankets and bolsters restorative yoga gives you the chance to take some time out, whether relaxing aching muscles or simply unwinding after a stressful week. Restorative yoga leads to increased flexibility and strength – yet you don’t even notice it happening! Socks and layered clothing is recommended.

Core Power: a tough workout incorporating sun salutations, inversions and arm balances and most importantly core work – asanas will be held for longer and you will be encouraged to challenge yourself. Intermediate yogi level. 90 minutes

Yin and Yang: Yin targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and joints of the hips, pelvis and lower spine, this slow but effective style includes longer asana holds to allow the body to deepen into poses and stretches. Yang is very dynamic yoga giving a cardiovascular workout as well as increasing strength and balance. The class is split down the middle between the two styles and lasts 60 minutes in total.

Yoga Nidra: With the aim of relaxing all tension, clearing and training the mind and counteracting a stressful, fast paced western lifestyle, yoga nidra is a state of ultimate relaxation.