Our four week Beginner Yoga Class is a space dedicated to unpacking the practice of yoga at a steady pace.
This class will focus on alignment, breath awareness and introduce you to key yoga vocabulary so you can feel more comfortable in your practice.
Although created with beginners in mind, we also recommend this class for our more seasoned yogis who are looking to deepen and refine their practice.
You can learn more about enrolling into the 4 Week Beginner Yoga course by clicking HERE.
Vinyasa is a yoga practise which uses the breath to link movements into a continuous and mindful movement flow.
The term Vinyasa is derived from nyasa, meaning “to place,” and vi, meaning “in a special way.”
These classes are therefore carefully and creatively sequenced to include a balanced series of postures which build strength, flexibility, and concentration, both physically and mentally, to cultivate a sense of deep inner calm.
This class is beginner friendly, with lots of modifications available.
Our Gentle Vinyasa classes are for everybody. Vinyasa used the breath to link movements but this practice allows some time within the poses also.
These classes are therefore carefully sequenced to keep the class interesting yet achievable while still building strength, flexibility, and concentration, in mind and body all while cultivating a sense of deep inner calm.
This class is beginner-friendly, with lots of props modifications available.
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 is perfect for students wanting to bring a more meditative and introspective aspect to their yoga practise, and is great for all levels, with lots of modifications available.
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 rewarded with some restorative and nourishing postures to finish finish it of.
The best of both worlds, this class is suitable for all levels, including beginners.
In an Aerial Yoga class, you perform the same poses you do on a yoga mat, except you use a silk hammock that's suspended from the ceiling as a prop to support you through the various flows.
Aerial Yoga is as diverse as Yoga on the earth, with the opportunity to explore styles such as Restorative, Yin, Deep Stretching, Vinyasa & Power.
As there is much less pressure on the joints, you may find you are able to visit certain asanas you wouldn’t usually in a regular yoga class, and did we say that the Savasana in the end is done in a cocoon in the sling, with the option for a gentle swing by the teacher? What a dreammmmmmm.
Lyra is a circular steel apparatus which sort of resembles a hula hoop, suspended from the ceiling, on which circus artists traditionally perform aerial acrobatics. It can be used static, spinning, or swinging.
Lyra Beginners - Our Beginners Class, perfect for those who have never been on Lyra before, or a working on refining their skills to stay safe and strong in the hoop.
Lyra Intermediate - Pre-requisite includes at least 8 weeks of Lyra experience, as well as being able to come in and out of a higher rigged Lyra on their own, a Pullover into the Lyra at full height, and one full chin up.
Barre brings you the best of ballet, pilates, and yoga in a high-intensity but low-impact class.
Expect to sculpt and strengthen the entire body, improve balance and core strength and build cardiovascular endurance.
All this whilst moving along to a killer playlist and more importantly, HAVING FUN.
Focusing on form and breath, Pilates classes are designed to support alignment, mobility and stability.
Often using props like balls, bands, rings and weights, these classes will help you to lengthen and strengthen your entire body, with a focus on the layers of your core muscles, as well as the pelvic floor. You will leave class standing taller with more awareness of your posture.