Class Description

We offer a variety of classes, in different styles, six days a week. Classes range from beginner to intermediate levels (depending on your skill and experience), and from gentle to vigorous practices (depending on your mood, health, and energy level).

Many of our classes are adaptable for those with injuries, aches and pains, disabilities, or chronic conditions. Yoga is known to be beneficial for many states of body and mind! Note: If you have an active or recent injury, or an ongoing condition, please check with your trusted healthcare professional before trying yoga. Even though a class may take a gentle and therapeutic approach, it’s best to respect the body’s timing. You may also call us beforehand to discuss which classes would be most appropriate and beneficial for you.

* There may be some changes to classes that are offered, please always check the class schedule for updated information.

Beginners and Beyond 

Beginners yoga is a regular class that sets the foundations of a traditional Hatha yoga class to help build confidence in your practice. Perfect for those new to yoga or returning after a break. The regular classes allow you to decide when you re ready to move on to something else.

Seasonal Yoga

Seasonal yoga is based on traditional yoga teachings and is designed to keep the practitioner in balance with the changing energies of nature. As the seasons change so do we and this is reflected in the yoga practice. Seasonal yoga aligns the changing energies of nature and the seasons in a practice that improves physical strength and flexibility, giving balance, harmony and an enhanced sense of wellbeing. Classes can range from dynamic to energetic to gentle!

Wake up and Yoga

Wake Up and Yoga is an early morning practice to prepare and set the intention for your week. Includes, breath work and classic hatha yoga sequences to awaken the pranic flow.

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is a system of yoga transmitted to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. This method of yoga involves synchronising the breath with a progressive series of postures - a dynamic process that produces an intense internal heat and a profuse, purifying sweat to detoxify muscles and organs. Ashtanga Yoga is a vigorous style of yoga practice.

Sivananda Yoga

Sivananda Yoga comes from the lineage of Swami Sivananda who trained and worked as a doctor before renouncing the world for the spiritual path.  Sivananda yoga was brought to the West by Swami Vishnu Devananda and  is a non-proprietary form of hatha yoga in which the training focuses on an integrative approach to yogic disciplines. It is often a more gentle class.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is a branch of yoga, one of the six schools of Hinduism. The word hatha literally means 'force' and thus alludes to a system of physical techniques. It is an ancient system that includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises) which help bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation. Haha Yoga is often a more gentle class.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing class from one pose to another without stopping. It encompasses many different types of yoga and focuses on the sequencing of poses and synchronisation of breath. Vinyasa is translated from Sanskrit to mean 'connection' which can be interpreted within the practice as connection between movement and breath.  Vinyasa yoga is a more energetic form of yoga that builds strength, flexibility and balance.

Yin-Resotrative Yoga

Yin-resotrative yoga is a practice to revitalise and balance yourself. Each pose is kept from a minimum of 3 minutes up to 20 minutes to enter deeply in fascia. Muscles are going to stretch more and props will be your best friend! Yin-restorative practice is suitable for the beginner and advanced student. Each class starts with breathing exercises and finishes with relaxation and meditation. 

Yoga Therapy

Yoga therapy is the application of yoga practices to alleviate physical and mental health conditions with the view of promoting self-care and encouraging overall well-being. Whilst the practice of yoga in general terms aims to cultivate the body and mind it has the potential for therapeutic effects however, in yoga therapy we are using specific practices to help alleviate or improve mental and physical health. 

Testimonials

A really good workout in the Tuesday yoga class, makes me feel so much better. Jodi is a really attentive, calm, down to earth teacher who makes you feel very comfortable and welcome in her class.

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Really enjoyable classes. A friendly, experience teacher in Jodi, who is now teaching from her lovely new studio. Excellent value for money. Highly recommended.

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