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Hatha/Vinyasa Yoga

Suitable for all levels, including of course beginners, Hatha is a general category that includes most yoga styles. It is an old and ancient system that includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring peace to the mind and body.

In Vinyasa yoga, each movement is synchronised to a breath. The breath is given primacy, acting as an anchor as you move from one pose to the next.

Vinyasa allows for a lot of variety, but will almost always include sun salutations. Expect to flow from pose to pose


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Slow Flow Yoga

In this yoga class, which is still great for all levels, the movement is slow and linked with breath as we enter into the postures gradually—moving in and out of each pose first, and then finding a holding position. This preparation and fluid entry into postures protects and nurtures the joints, muscles, and connective tissue.

Inspired by Yin Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga, this practise will still build strength as well as balancing the nervous system and the mind.


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Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a style that moves at a slow and steady pace to develop conscious awareness.
It focuses on poses that target the connective tissues of the hips, thighs, pelvis and lower spine. Poses are then held for longer periods of time to help encourage the muscles to lengthen and open.

Yin Yoga can be quite physically and mentally intense and are perfect for students wanting to increase their flexibility and bring a more meditative and introspective aspect to their yoga practise


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Yin Yang Yoga

Yin Yang Yoga blends two styles of yoga into one practice - bringing together the benefits of passively holding yoga poses (Yin) with more dynamic sequences and standing postures (Yang).

This class is appropriate for all levels, but prepare to break a sweat at some point and then reward your self with some relaxing postures to finish off


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Yang Yoga

Qualities of a Yang Yoga include building internal heat, increasing stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction.

Still welcome to all levels and based off the teachings of Vinyasa, Yang Yoga is definitely an intense workout that can make you sweat, as well as put you on the fast track to gain more strength and flexibility

 

 


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Japanese Yoga

This is a powerful form of yoga that heals and strengthens your body internally and corrects imbalances and weaknesses by accessing the meridians (energy lines) that run through your entire body.
In this class we work on creating strength from deep within your body.

All postures are done laying down or seated.

Classes change with the seasons keeping your body, mind and spirit in harmony with nature so you'll never get bored and there's always something new to learn.


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Deep Stretch Yoga

Inspired by Vinyasa, Myo acial Release and Yin Yoga, our 90 minute Deep Stretch class targets different parts of the body every week, working to really address either the hips, shoulders or back.


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Qi Fit

QI-FIT is a training system developed by Dan from NU4YU Whole Body Health which combines Qi Gong and Calisthenics, taking the benefits from both and treating in a highly beneficial physical and mental experience.

QI-FIT works to open the primary energy channel of the body (anterior chain) whilst connecting and reawakening the many energy pathways within, revitalising your body and calming the mind.

This class is suitable for all levels of fitness,.


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Hoop Dance

Hula hooping or “Hoop Dace” as it commonly referred to, blends traditional Circus Style Hula Hoop tricks with contemporary dance based flow…and it’s a full body cardio workout for your abs and core, tightens your pelvic floor, tones your arms and legs and is so much fun that you won’t even realise that you are exercising!

Hula Hoop tricks range from simply spinning the and even to simply holding your Hula Hoop- to off body moves including hand spins, kicks, flips and hoop tosses, going with the flow and simply just having a dance!

It's this fusion of body movement, tricks, dance and play that makes Hula Hooping so versatile and perfect for everyone of all ages and abilities! Hoop Dance is also a form of moving meditation, which is great for depression and anxiety. A great way to still your mind and reap the benefits of meditation without the stress of the initial practice of being still.