Yoga Hatha, Yin, or Restorative
Hatha Yoga will typically focus on breath, body and mind. The physical poses (asana) are linked with particular breathing techniques and the poses are usually practiced more slowly and with more static posture holds than a vinyasa flow or ashtanga class.
Yin yoga is another slow-paced class, which incorporates principles from Chinese medicine. Asanas are typically held for a longer period of time, up to several minutes.
Restorative yoga is a restful practice that uses a plethora of props for support, such as blankets, blocks and bolsters. It is a deep relaxation process and focuses on the more meditative aspect of a yoga practice – the union of body of mind. By the use of props for support, many postures are held with minimal effort, so when the body enters a state of relaxation, the mind can also consciously relax and tension is released from both body and mind.
We do not offer classes over the weekend, but often have workshops on these days. Keep an eye on our events page to keep updated!
Sound Healing Why not follow up your yoga session with a beautiful sound bath? Sound healing helps to reduce stress, improve mood, lower blood pressure, help with pain management and improve sleep. Our regular Sound Bath session is on Fridays at 7pm.
Meditation Classes can be booked for half hour. We have 2 drop-in sessions during the week on Wednesdays and Fridays from 1pm-1.30pm. If you’d prefer a different time, please drop us a message and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.