This class is designed in a way that poses flow into one another, we are very rarely still but the poses may be held for 5-10 breaths. This is a dynamic practice which focusses on building strength, stability and functional mobility as well as focussing on the breath to calm the mind. Open to all levels.
A slow, super-chilled session featuring long holds (2-5 minutes usually) in some yummy poses. Mostly floor based. Yin is great for the “I cant touch my toes” crew as it is designed to help develop flexibility and mobility. Lots of breath focus helps to calm the nervous system so you leave feeling stretched out and chilled out! Open to all levels.
A method that focuses on core, strength, movement and mindfulness. This discipline helps to strengthen, reshape and mobilise whilst teaching body awareness and good posture. Classes are tailored to the participants and you’ll always leave feeling taller and with a smile on your face. Open to all levels.
This is a more gentle practice. Usually a slow flow style followed by a deeply relaxing Yoga Nidra (yogic “sleep”) to help you unwind those midweek tensions. “We will aim to connect with our bodies, calm our minds and remind ourselves of the importance of self care and relaxation”.
Similar to the Yoga Flow but slower! In these sessions, mindful movement meets functionality and strength. Learn to move your body in ways that work for you. Plenty of time to breathe and feel into the postures. Open to all levels.
Possibly the most relaxed you can ever be without being asleep! Restorative yoga uses props such as bolsters, blocks and blankets to help you find positions in which your body can truly rest and restore. A great session to de-stress and bring some balance back. Mostly floor based. Open to all levels.
The Shibashi are a set of 18 Qigong exercises. Practised over time they can improve well -being by enhancing balance, posture, breathing and generally allowing the body and mind to relax.
A practice to balance our more gentle and more dynamic energies. Usually starting with slow movements and longer holds (Yin) we slowly shift into more flow and build a little heat (Yang) before we bring it back down again to chill. A great way to start your weekend feeling balanced.