This themed gentle class is for those of you who are a beginner, are returning to yoga after some time away, or wish to brush up on the fundamentals.
Modifications are constantly offered throughout the session, so your needs are catered for, regardless of your ability or experience.
Every session begins with a period of settling in, cultivating breathing techniques and warm-up exercises before moving into mini-flows of yoga poses (asana) to build balance, mobility, flexibility, and strength. The session winds down with cooling stretches, finishing in Savasana (lying on the back) for several minutes of simple meditation, to integrate the effects of breathwork, movement, and mindfulness before stepping off the mat and into your day.
This class is for students who have general good health and fitness levels, and a regular yoga routine.
Go beyond the fundamentals and challenge yourself to build strength and stamina with extensive focus upon transitions and alignment.
A fusion of traditional and modern yoga applying the Iyengar method of using props to help make shape accessible and achievable. The sequence is a collection of Vinyasa "flows", specific and graceful dance-like movements between and within each pose. Sessions include setting a Sankalpa (intention) and structured Pranayama (breath control) to open, dynamic and static-hold Asana (yoga poses) to build strength and balance, and a guided or solo mindfulness Meditation in Savasana (lying on the back) to close.
Deeply restorative, this class will soothe your whole being - body, mind, and soul.
Open to anyone from all walks of life, no experience required. Learn how to accept being still, and discover your true self and potential.
Release your physical and mental stressors gradually through this class. You will be shown various ways to prop your body into position so you can hold each pose for several minutes to target your deep connective tissue (fascia). Reassuring mental health-aware language and times of peaceful silence are interwoven throughout the session to encourage you to use this safe space and time to turn inwards, to become curious about your experience, and to cultivate greater awareness. You will be taken through a guided Yoga Nidra or Silent Meditation for 10-15 minutes at the end of the session to facilitate deep healing and rest.