Yin

A restorative practice where poses are held for periods of 3 to 5 minutes. Working with the breath and gravity, the poses are held at an appropriate tension, which is personal to you and your body. The connective tissues are gently eased apart and untangled, working to bring back the nourishing mobility of the joints, and lengthening of the muscles. The practice calms the mind, restores the flow of energy through the organs, muscles and full body, and helps to diminish stress levels by discharging tensions that have built up in our bodies and become locked into our tissue.

Instructors: Amy Kizildagli, Tanya Ring, Claire Karian 

Ashtanga

Ashtanga yoga, with its many vinyasas, is great for building core strength and toning the body. Prepare to sweat as you move through a set sequence. One of the main goals of Ashtanga is to establish a consistent daily practice: whether it’s a good, hard, downright-awful, or anything-in-between, you still practice. Let your breath guide you.

Instructors: Zoe Lee

My Kind Of Yoga 

This takes a slightly more relaxed approach to traditional yoga. It’s a simple, no fluff, straight forward yoga class that everyone can enjoy. It combines accessible, energising postures with breathing to help improve flexibility, posture, focus and strength. The pace of the flow can vary depending on the focus of the class, but you will always be guided into and out of the postures with fluidity and attention to breath, technique and alignment.

Instructors:Nette Dalton

Sun Salutations 

The Sun Salutation sequence is easy to learn, easy to modify, easy to build on and is a great workout for the whole body making it physically beneficial. Moving through the repetitive sequence means the mind is focusing on the movement of the body alone. As the mind relaxes into the flow, the sequence can become quite meditative.The philosophy behind the sequence lies in the opportunity to express gratitude to the sun, without which life on earth would be impossible. 

Instructors:Abbie Jacobs, Clare Jevons, Claire Terry

Movement Meditation

Moving meditation is a meditative state – a shift of consciousness – while doing simple movements. It is a way of calming the mind and creating awareness. Beginning in a comfortable seated asana, the yogi brings awareness to the breath and to the hands. As the meditation deepens, the yogi feels energy flowing into the hands. Gradually, the hands are lifted and moved ever so slightly, while each sensation is observed. Eventually, the palms are turned toward each other and the yogi observes and feels the energy between them.

Instructors:Maude Hirst

Gong Bath

In the West, the Gong Bath is most associated with singing bowls. In addition to relaxing the body and mind, a gong bath can balance the chakras by utilizing specific sound vibrations. For example, the vibrations of a C note are thought to target the root chakra, while those of an F note open the heart chakra.

Instructors:Laura Cockayne

Energising Flow

In this Lotus Flow Vinyasa yoga, movement is combined with breath to create an energizing and detoxing flow. Through this powerful connection of body and mind, these classes can help lower stress levels, promote health, flexibility and strength, and a feeling of well-being.

Instructors: Abbie Jacobs

Mindfulness

You will practice mindfulness of your body and breath, both of which will be interwoven throughout a series of postures. This class is good for those who may feel stressed and overwhelmed. By learning embodied life skills which help you breathe deeper, quieten the mind and release tension in the body we can learn how to recognise our feelings and explore tools which can help us navigate life with awareness and self-compassion. Each class embraces the opportunity to practice breathwork, yoga postures and mindful movement, and closes with a guided meditation and restorative rest leaving you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. 

Instructors:Amy Kizildagli

Sup Yoga

Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Yoga is a unique activity that combines a variety of asanas on the water.  The paddleboard makes a great yoga mat, and the extra balance required by being on the water intensifies the yoga routine, making it one of the best cores & balance workouts. It is easy to learn and great fun. If you’re looking for a new challenge, yoga on a stand-up paddle board will reinvigorate you and become the highlight of your week. Whether you are a beginner or an avid yogi, we can promise that you will have the most amazing time! Sup Yoga creates physical, mental and spiritual harmony, while peacefully floating on the water.

Instructors: Tanya Ring, Zoe Lee

Integral Yoga 

Integral yoga, sometimes called Supramental yoga, is a type of yoga based on the teachings of Swami Satchidananda. Known for saying, “Truth is one, paths are many”, he encouraged students to combine elements of various other yoga practices in order to find a path that suited them and find harmony in their whole lives. The name, Integral yoga, also refers to the way that it brings together the mind, body and spirit to help the student find a place of greater unity and peace. It is considered a healing practice in that it brings the body out of a state of “disease”, preventing illness and restoring the yogi to whole health.

Instructors: Maggie Dooley

Family Yoga

Based in psychological application which encourages positive family connections and offers a space which allows children to experience their thoughts, feelings and emotions through movement. By creating a link between their mind and body, this yoga activity is designed to promote self-esteem, resilience, connections and importantly, to have fun! 

Instructors: Ali Morton, Michele Garner

Power Yoga

Power yoga is an active and athletic, Western style of yoga. The classes move quickly through the poses and each pose is held for only three to five breaths. Power yoga incorporates the athleticism of Ashtanga, including lots of vinyasas, but gives each teacher the flexibility to teach any poses in any order, making every class different. 

Instructors: Nette Dalton, Tanya Ring

Vinyasa 

Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly harmonising breathing and movement that will build, strengthen and flexibility whilst rebalancing your body and mind. The movement practice of Vinyasa is said to have begun with T Krishnamacharya who has had the largest influence on how yoga, in general, is practiced today. 

Instructors: Zoe Lee, Ali Morton

Barre Yoga

Barre yoga is distinguished from other types of yoga by its use of the ballet barre and its incorporation of movements derived from ballet. Barre classes focus on the lower body, developing strength and flexibility from the ankles up though the calves, knees, thighs, and glutes.

Instructors: Caroline Amey

Wake Up Flow

Rise and shine with this wonderfully vigorous vinyasa yoga class, full of poses and transitions that will help build strength in your legs, arms and core, as well as improve flexibility and range of motion.

Instructors: Clare Jevons

Hatha Flow

Hatha is a general category that includes most yoga styles. It is an old system that includes the practice of asanas and pranayama, which help bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation.

Instructors: Alex Winter

Mum & Baby

 Suitable for babies after 8 week check. Yoga for mum to gain strength and tone. Gentle baby yoga with movement, songs and rhymes. You can bond with your baby in that extra special way. 

Instructors: Michele Garner

Partner-Up Yoga

Sometimes we can take life & yoga a little too seriously. In this Partner-Up yoga class we bring some play and fun to the mat. It doesn’t matter what age, size or ability just grab a partner and come and join us as we explore some yoga poses together, stretching, connecting, strengthening, balancing and playing.

Instructors: Nette Dalton & Gretchen Lysaght