Classes

Find the class that fits for you.

All yoga classes will suit most bodies unless you have specific or particular limitations.

(The Therapeutic Yoga class is an offering for those who need to work in a more nourishing way and with gentler movement.)

In all classes you are encouraged to work within your own capacity. Improvement is progressive, not instant. Yoga practice should remove obstacles, not create them.

Please get in touch if you need advice on where to start.

Group classes

Flow.Stability

An energetic, grounding practice. Focuses on stability of body matched with steadiness of breath. Advanced postures are often incorporated but modifications are always offered. Pranayama and relaxation will restore and balance the system at the end of practice. For those with yoga experience and no restrictions. (Intermediate-Advanced)

Flow.Restore

A guided, flowing practice that moves the body and connects it with breath. Sequences that create space and improve steadiness are emphasised, combined with a restorative element towards the end of the class. Suitable for most levels of yoga experience. (Intermediate)

Foundations

This one hour class is for beginning students or those who need to work at a more contained pace. There is a focus on the foundational postures of asana practice with adaption according to your needs. Understanding of the structural make up of your own body is explored. A restorative element is included in this class. (Basic)

Specialised classes

Therapeutic Yoga

A class focusing on gentle movement, restorative postures and breath awareness. Targeting the parasympathetic nervous system and subtly restoring energy. The practice uses chairs and props to support the body to be comfortable. Different conditions and needs can be catered for. (Basic)

Pranayama.Meditation

A monthly offering that refines the deeper practices of yoga - pranayama (breath work) and meditation (connected focus). This one hour practice will offer simple movement through floor based postures that prepare the body to sit for pranayama and meditation. A bhavana (focus) that ties you to the practice will form a theme for each class.

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