In this class, students who have little or no experience in this practice will be taught the Ashtanga sequence. They will then guided along until they become proficient at recalling the postures while on the mat.
We offer a variety of daily classes from a full Ashtanga Mysore program to Vinyasa yoga (or flow / power yoga) to Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga and more!
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- Ashtanga Yoga (Beginners)
- Ashtanga Yoga (Full Led Primary Series)
- Ashtanga Yoga (Mysore Style)
- Body & Breath
- Core Work
- Gentle Vinyasa Flow
- Gentle Yoga
- Hatha Flow
- Hatha Yoga
- Hip Opening
- Iyengar Yoga
- Prenatal Yoga
- Restorative Yoga
- Vinyasa Yoga
- Yamuna Body Rolling
- Yin Myofascial Release
- Yin Yoga
- Yoga Twist
Ashtanga yoga is an ancient form of yoga taught by Vamana Rishi in the Yoga Korunta. The main components of Ashtanga yoga, as emphasised by Pattabhi Jois are; Vinyasa, Tristhana and the Six Poisons.
A traditional 90-minute class, counted in Sanskrit, that takes you through the full primary series of the Ashtanga Vinyasa method. Students are led through the vinyasas in a continuous fashion, with an emphasis on asana names and breath counts.
Body & Breath is a soft, gently paced class that cultivates awareness through the practice of asana. Enjoy a slow and gentle yoga practice.
Core Work is a specialised 1 hour class dedicated to creating awareness into our core. During the class, students will learn techniques and poses that will enable them to engage and strengthen the core muscles.
In our Gentle Vinyasa Flow class, you'll be exposed to the same poses and seamless transitions typically found in a regular Vinyasa flow class, but at a slower pace.
This is a slower-paced hatha yoga class in which students are safely guided into and out of each posture. A variety of props are used to support the body where needed.
This style links traditional Hatha postures into a sequence of movements that flow naturally from one to the next. This class will explore variations of sun salutations, standing and seated poses along with body balancing and inversions.
Hatha Yoga typically includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises). This is a relatively slow and gentle style that is suitable for beginners or students who prefer a more relaxed class.
The class is designed to loosen and release tight hips, often caused by a sedentary desk-bound job. Working on the hip are will help to ease lower back pain, improve range of motion and circulation.
By paying close attention to anatomical details and the alignment of each posture, Iyengar Yoga is the practice of precision. Poses are held for long periods and often modified with props. This method is designed to systematically cultivate strength, flexibility, stability, and awareness, and can be therapeutic for specific conditions.
Prenatal yoga focuses on poses for pregnant women, in order to increase strength and flexibility and develop proper breathing and relaxation techniques in preparation for labour.
The antidote to stress is relaxation. Restorative yoga focuses on relaxation, renewal, effortlessness and ease. This practice soothes your nervous system, helps you quiet your mind and invites you to release deeply held tension.
Flow II is more challenging version of Vinyasa Flow where students get to explore different transitions, stronger poses and deeper stretches.
This class contains a series of postures that flow naturally from one to the next. Focus is placed on movement, alignment, flexibility, strength and integration with breath. Poses are held for shorter duration than in a Hatha Yoga or Hatha Flow class.
Yamuna® Body Rolling is a unique fitness system combining deep tissue massage and body alignment - it will help you in your recovery from overused muscles.
This class combines the use of myofascial release techniques and Yin Yoga asanas. Myofascial Release is a hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.
Yin yoga comes from the Taoist tradition and focuses on passive, seated postures that target the connective tissues in the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Poses are held for anywhere between one and five minutes.
Yoga twist classes focus on asanas that involve moving the shoulder girdle to face in an opposing direction in relation to the hips.