The power yoga, as it often known, is a more physical and demanding form of yoga than any other. Participants move through a series of flows or sequences, moving from one posture to another using a slow meditative breathing method. This is designed to develop strength, flexibility and stamina.
The class is aimed at students who are already familiar with the basic yoga poses and want to progress. The sessions will be very varied in content and draw inspiration from different styles. Pranayama (yogic breathing exercises) will also be included.
A strong and dynamic Ashtanga based practice designed to suit all levels and abilities. Each week will have a different focal point, whether that be anatomically or on balance, stamina, flexibility, strength etc. Learn to break down arm balances and other inversions combining strength and flexibility.
First Steps Pilates
If you are new at Pilates then this is the perfect class for you. This class offers you the opportunity to learn all the principles and basic exercises of Pilates
This form of yoga seeks to balance the body, mind and spirit by mastering and holding postures, concentrating on strict alignment and breathing on the flow of movement.
Hot Power Yoga
Wake up to an energetic yoga class carried out in hot temperatures. All participants must bring a towel and drinking water with them.
This is a form of exercise which works towards developing core strength and stability while increasing strength and flexibility in the arms and legs, without adding bulk.
This is an innovative and dynamic form of Pilates, focusing on improving body posture, strengthening muscles, increasing flexibility and reducing minor physical ailments.
Rise & Shine Yoga
Invigorating and strenghtening yoga sequences for a good wake-up that sets your mind and your body up for the new day.
A flowing yoga class that weaves together poses and breath-work into dance style sequences. A class that both restorative and invigorating. Suitable for beginners.
A slower placed practice that targets the connective tissues, such as joints and bones. It is mainly floor based and from outside can look very simple, but as we hold each posture for an extended period of time it makes the practice more challenging. It perfectly complements yang styles of yoga such as Ashtanga, hatha and Vinyasa. It calms and balances the mind, reduces stress and increases mobility.
Is a general term used to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Though many consider it to be "gym yoga," this style of practice was originally closely modeled on the Ashtanga method.Power yoga takes the athleticism of Ashtanga, including lots of vinyasas, but gives each teacher the flexibility to teach any poses in any order, making every class different. With its emphasis on strength and flexibility, power yoga brought yoga into the gyms of America as people began to see yoga as a way to work out.
Strong Flow Yoga
Each flow class is a well-rounded practice of initially warming and opening the body, progressing through heat-building and strengthening flows, deep stretching and relaxation.