Our timetable features a range of different class styles.
Whatever style of practice you are looking for, we’ve got you covered.
Yin yoga moves at a much slower pace that other styles of yoga. It focuses on stretching connective tissues in the body to increase flexibility and invoke a deep sense of calm. Poses are held for 3 to 5 minutes with the aid of props such as blankets, blocks and bolsters. There is a strong meditative element to this style of yoga, which will leave you feeling refreshed, renewed and restored.
This class caters to students of all ages and stages. You will practice foundation postures and work towards more advanced postures, including backbends and inversions. For a well-rounded yoga class that will challenge you at times, but also leave you feeling calm and renewed, general yoga is for you.
This is a slightly more rigorous class that will have you moving, breathing and sweating. Vinyasa yoga focuses on building and engaging core strength and harnessing the power of the breath to move into advanced postures. This class will leave you de-stressed and feeling energized.
Gentle yoga is ideal for anyone new to yoga or looking for a slow moving class. You will work on foundation postures, finding alignment and building awareness of the breath. Gentle yoga will stretch, strengthen and balance the body, as well as calm the mind.
This is a vinyasa style class which focuses on the synchronisation of breath and movement. You will flow through a series of postures that develops strength, flexibility and mental discipline. Yoga flow has many benefits that reach far beyond the yoga mat and will leave you feeling inspired and aligned in mind, body and spirit.
This is a practice passed down from Sri K. Pattabhi Jois where students practice an exact sequence of postures, outlined in six different series. Ashtanga is a strong practice for dedicated students who want to experience deeper enlightenment and focus on the eight spiritual practices including self-observation and meditation.
Flow & Release
This class offers a combination of Vinyasa and flow, myofascial release techniques and breath work to warm and open the body. The class moves at a steady pace with a focus on alignment through restorative postures for relaxation.
Yin & Meditation
Yin and Meditation is designed to make students become more mindful, connected and aware. It is a restorative and meditative practice that nurtures the body and restores mental clarity. Using props such as bolsters, blocks and blankets you will enter a state of deep relaxation and self-exploration.
Breathe, Stretch & Meditate
This class prepares your mind and body to enter a state of deep calm through the use of different breathing techniques, pranayama, and seated meditation to enhance stillness of the mind.