Yoga Style


What to EXPECT in a Hatha yoga class?

Hatha is a gentle yoga class with a traditional Indian style influence. This practice offers a slow paced and mindful sun salutation followed by numerous foundation yoga poses. Combined with breathing exercises and meditation, Hatha classes are a good place to start yoga by growing strength and flexibility in the physical body whilst receiving release from daily tension in the mind.

What are the BENEFITS?

Improved posture, improved lung capacity, reduced neck and back pain, improved sleep habits, decreased stress/anxiety/depression, injury prevention and muscle recovery.

WHO is suited to Hatha?

Everyone! Traditional slow paced yoga suitable for beginners to intermediate yogi’s.

*If you are injured or have ongoing pain please consult professional advice before beginning your yoga practice


What to EXPECT in a Vinyasa class?

This yoga is known for its strong activation of the physical body.  If you are after a yoga practice that can replace a gym workout or long distance run, this is the class for you. Each  class is creative and challenging, as soon as you feel at ease in a pose you will be taken to the next level.  There are arm balances, planks, back bending, inversions and flows, lots of flows (movement between postures). The practice has been inspired by Ashtanga and Power Yoga to keep all students on their physical and mental edge.

What are the BENEFITS?

Increased leg, core and upper body strength, reduced stress/anxiety/depression, increased lung capacity and blood circulation, body toning and natural weight management, improved flexibility and injury prevention.

WHO is suited to Vinyasa?

Everyone looking for a strong physical yoga practice to increase strength and flexibility through a mindful flowing yoga sequence.


What to EXPECT in a Yin class?

Yin yoga is a quiet, relaxing and releasing practice.  Most classes spend the full 60mins horizontal, with few if no standing poses. Yin poses are generally held for longer periods of time, up to 5 minutes, to activate the deep connective tissue of the joints. As Yin yoga targets the bones, ligaments, cartilage and small fascia tissue you may enjoy greater range of joint movement after a consistent Yin practice.  Yin offers an alternative to the ‘Yang’ practice by slowing down the fluctuations of the mind and keeping present in the now. Many students enjoy the effects of meditation and long held yoga poses to release the stress of day to day life.

What are the BENEFITS?

Increased flexibility, improved blood flow to the joints, reduced stress/anxiety/depression

WHO is suited to Yin?

Those looking to increase joint movement and flexibility.  Ideal for all yoga students, sports people- especially sports that involve running and those wanting a relaxing, meditative yoga practice.