We run a range of Yoga classes to suit all ability and strength levels. Practising Yoga regularly will provide a unique way of relaxation so you can calm your mind while developing balance, strength and flexibility.
HATHA - MONDAYS
Hatha is an old system of yoga that includes practising the yoga poses (asanas) together with breathing practices (pranayamas) and is a general category term covering most yoga styles. The aim is to relax and calm the mind and the body thus preparing you for meditation that requires peace to go into a deeper spiritual state.
HOT YOGA - WEDNESDAYS
Join us for a Hot yoga class the room will be heated to approx 37'
There is a flowing sequence of yoga postures (asanas) and a focus on the movement of breath. These classes will typically follow a slow, mindful approach and involve conscious, fluid movements from pose to pose.
Our classes start with purple lighting and soulful music to create a calm environment to all that attend our studio.
Beginners | Intermediate Yoga - MONDAYS & THURSDAYS
You will be gently guided through all of the 'root poses' of yoga whilst learning the principals of alignment of postures and breathing. You will be guided through step-by-step verbal descriptions and physical demonstrations. Safety and stability is paramount and will be emphasised throughout.
RESTORATIVE RELAXING YOGA - THURSDAYS
A yoga class suitable for beginners that allows you to deeply relax and open up your body through passive stretching.
This restorative class will calm and reset your entire body and mind releasing tension and stress.
You will practice gentle movement (asanas) for extended periods of time. This allows your muscles to deeply relax while you focus on your breath.
Afterwards your entire body will feel open and refreshed and your mind will feel calm and clear.
YOGA FOR RUNNERS - FRIDAYS
This class will improve your running form, technique, and speed. You’ll correct muscle imbalances and improve your movement patterns, whilst building overall core alignment and strength, flexibility and muscular endurance.
Expect to improve your quality of movement– you’ll find yourself running more freely, and with less effort, along with a reduction in pain and injury risk.