Hatha Yoga – Is an old system where most of the other yoga styles originated. Includes the practice of asanas and pranayama (breathing exercises) and generally the hold of poses for longer than other styles (apart from yin). It was initially used to prepare the body to sit comfortably during meditation. We have Hatha Beginners & Intermediate classes. Props, modifications and cues will be provided which will help with the correct alignment, suitable to every body, flexibility and fitness levels. *Suitable for Beginners Vinyasa Intense Flow/Power Yoga - Is a more vigorous practice that involves a faster flow through postures but also strength as we hold postures. Movement and breath coordination through the series of asanas generate heat within and a cardio effect in the body. It is also called Power yoga. * It comprises a fast initial sequence and then a deep flow. I suggest you to get familiar with some of the yoga asanas and terms or to attend a couple of Hatha Yoga classes if you have never practiced Vinyasa.
Yoga Therapy– The aim of this yoga method is a therapy of both body and mind, not a performance. We build the complete posture from the foundations rather than from local movements of separate body parts. Extensive use of props (such as bricks, belts, blankets etc) enables everyone to finally experience what right alignment really means and the assisted relaxation brings relief to the restless mind. Students with ailments get specific adjustments and guidelines making this class beneficial for any body constitution, age or gender and whether they have any yoga experience or not.
Yoga Fit– Combines plyometric, pilates & fitness localised exercises with yoga postures for an increased toning and lean effect. Ideal to target the glutes, inner tights, outer tights, arms & abs while working the entire body. It is more suitable for intermediate students or students with a medium level of fitness. You will feel the burn after the class. *Suitable for Beginners
Yin Yoga - It’s a Taoist style of yoga said to work on the body meridians. It’s a slow but deep practice that helps strengthen and release the fascia and connective tissue around the muscles and joints. It supports the opening and alignment of the hips and shoulders, overall flexibility and increased circulation in the joints and range of motion. The mindful breath work used during the class nourishes the parasympathetic nervous system and helps calming the mind. *Suitable for beginners
Yin Yang 15 min of intense Vinyasa flow to warm up to body and revitalize, followed by a Yin Yoga practice to stretch and elongate the muscles and improve flexibility.
Morning Yoga flow Combines Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa flow and Yin for an invigorating and balanced class. Ideal to start your week. *Suitable for Beginners Yoga Nidra, Pranayama & Meditation- Have you ever dreamed of 60 Minutes of Savasana? Yoga Nidra is a progressive relaxation that involves a Mindfulness and Meditation practice. It is not sleeping but will surely feel like you just had a nap. Ideal for those stressful weeks that you need extra time for yourself. *Suitable for Beginners
Yoga in the workplace - Tailored to suit the employees needs, it can be adjusted to combine Hatha Yoga, Yin, Vinyasa and restorative poses to help release tension from the body, improve posture and overall energy and wellbeing.- contact us to book a session/workshop with us!!