A dynamic class in which we synchronise movement to breath. During this class, you will be guided through creative sequences, utilising the breath to transition seamlessly through poses.
An entire body workout, this style of yoga builds strength and flexibility, as well as elevates the heart rate.
Open to all levels, but may be challenging for beginners, so we recommend coming along to some beginners classes or gentle flow classes before diving into vinyasa flow.
This class is highly recommended to those who have never done yoga before, but is also great for people of all levels who would like to refine their practice.
In this class we explore foundational poses with a focus on proper alignment, building strength, flexibility and confidence. You will also be introduced to breath-work, a fundamental element of yoga practice.
A slow paced flow with a focus on deep breathing and mindful movement. This is a great class to gently lengthen and strengthen the body, calm the mind and let stress melt away. Suitable for all levels.
STRONG VINYASA FLOW
A powerful, energetic vinyasa flow class in which you can expect more intense sequences and advanced poses.
Suitable for practitioners who have experience with vinyasa flow and want to explore more advanced poses and build a stronger, more challenging practice.
EBB + FLOW
This 75 minute class incorporates a vinyasa flow for the first 45 minutes, followed by 30 minutes of juicy stretches to access the deep connective tissue and fascia.
In this class you will reap the benefits of both a dynamic, strengthening practice and a more passive, deep stretching practice. All levels welcome.
A passive style of yoga in which we hold mainly seated, supine and prone postures for a period of time (usually between 1 and 5 minutes) to access the deep layers of fascia. Yin yoga is great for muscle recovery for athletes and gym-goers, as well as those who would prefer a more passive style of yoga. It’s an amazing practice to help us pause and chill in the midst of our very “yang” lifestyles (i.e many of us live in constant momentum involving work demands, relationship demands etc).