Hatha is a potent alignment-oriented practice that emphasises alignment and breath while entering, holding, and leaving the posture. It uses postures and stretches in combination with the breath while holding the poses to develop flexibility and relaxation.
This style encourages proper alignment of the body, often includes breathing and meditation techniques to bring balance, strength, and calmness to the practitioner.
Hatha yoga is excellent for students who appreciate longer holds in individual postures and prefer a slower and more meditative approach to practice.
Vinyasa Yoga, also known as "dance of the breath" is a fluid, dynamic and harmonious style that emphasises the coordination between breath and movement. The practitioner learns how to flow from one posture to another through dynamic transitions. Peculiarity of the style is the execution of sequences of postures that change every class, in order to focus on different aspects of the practice.
The postures are always linked each another by movement and are synchronised with the breath. In this way a continuous flow of asanas is created which allows the balanced alignment of all parts of the body and the achievement of a high degree of mental concentration.
In this class the teacher leads the students through part of the primary series of the astanga yoga system – attentively, slowly and with focus.
Students will practice a specific sequence of poses designed to stretch, strengthen and detoxify the body. This classical form of yoga, helps build strength, flexibility, endurance, and stillness of the mind. As with all Ashtanga classes, Tristhāna (the three focal points) are emphasised throughout the practice, being - breath, bandha (internal locks) and dristi (gaze).
Yin Yoga invites you to slow down and create space for stillness while nourishing joints, ligaments, tendons and fascia. Energetically, Yin yoga strengthens the flow of prana (life force), maintains the health of the meridian system of the body and as an additional bonus contributes to the mindfulness necessary for a successful meditation practice This slower paced class with long held passive poses will have you on the floor most of the time, using as many props needed to create as little effort while holding poses. Accessible to all levels and great for those looking to improve joint mobility and mental focus.
Parent & Baby Yoga
Join us in experiencing the joy of practicing yoga with your baby. In this class, we will focus on calming the mind, releasing tension and toning the body. Through gentle movements, breath work, stretching and strengthening, you will soon begin to feel stronger, more confident and a stronger connection between body and mind. You and baby will both benefit from the bonding time together while connecting with other parents and babies in our community. In this supportive environment, parents are free to tend to their babies needs. This class is suitable for beginners and more advanced practitioners.
Please note: Moms can join once they’ve passed their post natal checkup and have their doctor’s clearance.
Aerial yoga is a very wonderful modality that uses a silk hammocks to support the body. In this relaxing and extraordinary class we discover the many ways we can use the silk to mobilise and hold the body. Many people think of aerial as going upside down, which we can do with the silks support, slowly and gently getting used to being inverted. However there are many other delights of the hammock, from rocking, strengthening and extending, to cocooning and floating there are many unusual sensations to explore. The hammock draws us deep into the body, its strong supportive contact helps us to be present and enjoy the moment.
The class is suitable for beginners. To avoid discomfort against the silks you must wear clothing that covers armpit area, backs of knees and entire waist.
Aerial is not suitable for those with: hypertension, gluacoma, heart conditions, inner ear conditions, recent surgery, epilepsy, hernia, recent wounds, medications that cause dizziness or pregnancy (unless approved by a doctor). If you have any of the above or other contraindications and are not sure whether aerial yoga is for you, please consult with your doctor.
all levels, open to adults of all genders
Imagine yourself carried by a mountain of pillows, fully supported by blankets. Stay in carefully selected poses to bring calm and feel your energy replenish. Restorative yoga is not about stretching, it's all about feeling comfortable and investing a little time to restore and re-balance.
Learn how you can adapt poses for home practice, and become part of a supportive community.
Pilates gives you the perfect balance between streams flexibility and improves posture and body awareness.
In this class we’ll be using controlled and fluid movements to develop the body uniformly. The main focus will be on core strength and stability. The experiences used to activate core often rely on the movement of our extremities so you can expect to see strength gain in your arms and legs too. Some exercises will be assisted by the use of balls and stretch bands. Class will resume with few minutes of relaxation exercises.