Class Descriptions

Hatha Yoga for Beginners

In these beginners classes we start to learn about how to work with yoga postures, breath awareness and relaxation. We will work with gentle movements learning how to link postures with the breath.

Theses classes are ideally suited for beginners, someone who wants a more gentle style of yoga, people who wish to learn how to use yoga to release stress and tension in the body or for those who just want to go back to the basics of yoga as an additional class to their practice.

Hatha Yoga for all Levels

In these classes we will work a little deeper with our postures, starting to work with Vinyasa, linking breath and movement, learning how to move with confidence and grace, while at the same time working with the locks within the body for strength and flexibility.

These classes are suitable for all levels, as modifications will be given throughout the class for a beginner and variations for someone looking for a stronger practice.

Hatha Yoga for Yogis with previous experience

These classes are for Yogis with at least one years yoga practice. The classes are flowing dynamic classes working with inversions, arm balances and stronger postures. These advanced classes can also bring depth to the practice of yoga, through the subtle energy practices of pranayama, mudra, bandha and kriya, and through the deepening of awareness, focus and meditation.

Yoga Nidra

Also known as yogic sleep or sleep with awareness, Yoga Nidra is an ancient practice. It is intended to induce full-body relaxation and a deep meditative state of consciousness. We live in a chronically exhausted, overstimulated world. Yoga Nidra is a systematic method of complete relaxation, holistically addressing our physiological, neurological and subconscious needs.

During a typical class a variety of techniques are used including guided imagery and body scanning to aid relaxation. And unlike a quick savasana at the end of asana practice, Yoga Nidra allows enough time for practitioners to physiologically and psychologically sink into it—at least 20 to 45 minutes.

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