Yoga Classes

All yoga classes are offered in a supportive environment where we value a non-competitive approach. We prize mindful practices where students are given the freedom to listen and respond to their bodies, creating strength and flexibility, not punishment and pain.

Hatha Yoga

  • A mindful sequence of asanas (postures) focusing on a theme or the build-up to a peak.
  • In a theme class, we focus on a particular area of the body or specific technique to create strength, flexibility or awareness.
  • In a peak class, we aim to prepare the body slowly for a more challenging asana, before winding down through a restorative, relaxing practice to a close.

Dynamic / Power Flow / Power

  • A more physically demanding approach to promote flexibility, stamina and strength. Yoga which also promotes cardio fitness. Static or dynamic sequences beautifully linked with the breath.

Yin Yoga

  • Here we focus on long-held asanas to zero in on deep connective tissue, creating flexibility and mental resilience. Candlelight sessions promote the deep serenity this practice can bring.

Restorative Yoga

  • A soothing sequence of postures supported by props and held for longer periods. This approach allows you not only to experience a deep physical release, but also to appreciate the broader impact of physical practice on your emotional and psychological wellbeing.

Ashtanga Yoga

  • A prescribed flow of asanas (postures) linking seamlessly with the breath to create a strong, dynamic practice. Excellent for promoting stamina and strength whilst using the asanas to a meditative effect.

Hot Yoga

  • This practice brings the body to a state of immediate comfort and relaxation. We use a higher ambient temperature to open and relax the body whilst bringing flexibility and strength through mindful engagement of the muscles. Offered whilst maintaining adherence to government safety precautions, using radiant infra red heat, fresh ventilation and social distancing.

Aerial Yoga

Give your practice a lift!
  • Aerial Yoga is a wonderful  practice which integrates the use of a hammock or swing to support or extend individual postures. From the lightest downward dog,  to the most deeply satisfying weightless shoulder stand – this approach truly frees up the body to explore!
  • The support it provides gives the freedom to fully invert, explore the movements creatively and develop core strength, flexibility and decompression of the spine and joints.
  • The beauty of this very versatile prop means that it can adapt and modify your practice wherever necessary to ensure you gain maximum benefit from the session.

Chair Yoga 

  • If you are recovering from injury or have limited mobility, Chair Yoga gives you access to a vast range of practices whilst minimising exertion on the legs, keeping the heart rate closer to regular, and exerting less pressure on the cardiovascular system.

Monthly Workshops

  • Pranayama (breath practices), surya namaskar (sun salutations), meditation, yoga nidra (yogic sleep), self practice, inversions, yoga for hormones, arm-balances, yoga for the menopause, gong baths, food and psychology, probiotics and so much more!