CLASS DESCRIPTIONS 

Hatha Vinyasa (Beginners)

A class that focuses on gently moving from one posture to the next while giving proper alignment cues for the postures as they will be new to most beginners. A healthy combination of breath and movement makes this an incredibly enjoyable class for the body and soul. We’ll move slow making transitions from one posture to the next easy. The class sequence can change from week to week but will always integrate sun salutations, standing postures, balancing postures, core work, forward folds, backbends and twists. Suitable for all levels, beginners welcome!

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Hatha Vinyasa (Improvers)

This is a great class for those who’ve attended a few beginner’s classes and would like to add a bit of more in terms of the physical practice goes. The class sequence can change from week to week but will always integrate sun salutations, standing postures, balancing postures, forward folds, backbends and twists. The ‘improvers’ class will start with modified versions of poses and the student can decide if they wish to make it more dynamic by adding on the next option. Suitable for all levels.

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Power Vinyasa

A strong class that again focuses on moving from one posture to the next but integrating some ‘POWER’ yoga poses such as arm balances and inversions (always optional!). Powerful transitions make this a strong class. Using traditionally taught alignment, focusing on the power of breath connection, building strength with intelligently led sequencing, allowing you to access deeper postures you had put aside in your mind for another day. The class sequence can change from week to week but will always integrate sun salutations, standing postures, balancing postures, forward folds, backbends and twists. Suitable for all levels.

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Power Yoga

is a class that focuses on strength, flexibility and endurance. We’ll work towards ‘peak poses’ such as arm balances, inversions, and binds. Most of the class will be spend prepping the peak pose, working the appropriate muscle groups so you can access these pose with ease. The class sequence can change from week to week but will always integrate sun salutations, standing postures, balancing postures, forward folds, backbends and twists. Not suitable for absolute beginners.