Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga has a very holistic approach, involving sanas (poses), breath and redirecting your mind to an ‘object’ without distraction.

It aims to bring the self to a harmonious state.  You begin somewhere known and move somewhere unknown using your body and your breath.  Encouraging body awareness, it brings you into the present so all your worries can drop away.

Yoga is life training, a tool for transformation. You will feel many long term rewards physically, psychologically and spiritually. Your body and mind will feel freer rather than tight and bound up

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga can help you rest reflect and refresh your mind and body by relieving tense muscles and joint aches and transiting the mind and body from stress to calm. Yoga Nidra often referred to as Yoga Sleep can feel like a waking sleep and as well as feeling the immediate calming effects after a class it has also been proven to also improve powers of attention and concentration. .

Vinyasa Yin Yoga

a combination of the strong Vinyasa Yoga with the receptive Yin Yoga.  Active yet grounding.  Sun Salutations and standing flows are offered in the first section of the class to enliven the body and chase away any fatigue.  The final Yin section of the class offers passive poses that are held for a few minutes each side.  The Yin aspect helps to switch off the fight-or-flight mode, promoting balance throughout the nervous system and allowing for a sense of peace and relaxation.

Candlelit Yoga

Yin Yoga is a slow meditative practice with a focus on finding stillness in poses as we hold them, along with using props to support the body as we relax into the pose.  Our monthly candlelit yin class offers a remedy to the fast-pace and stresses of a busy life.