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Class Descriptions

Restorative Yoga

Energizing Flow

Hatha

Yoga & Pilates

Beginners Yoga

Alignmenet Yoga 

Power Yoga

Stretch & Recovery

Ashtanga Vinyasa

Pilates

Soft Yin Yoga

Vinyasa

Restorative Yoga starts with calming breathwork, moves through slow deeps stretches to target your neck, shoulders, lower back and hamstrings. The intention of this class is to relax and come back to balance. 

Here to create flexibility and space to relax your mind and body by finding stillness. Focusing on your breathing and bringing your awareness to a positive quality or virtue that you want to create in your daily life.

Ashtanga Vinyasa is a modified version of Primary Series. This is one of the oldest Yoga practices designed for young indian boys training to become sword fighters. It is continuous movement that will test your Strength, Flexibility and Endurance. 

Restorative Yoga starts with calming breathwork, moves through slow deeps stretches to target your neck, shoulders, lower back and hamstrings. The intention of this class is to relax and come back to balance. 

Using Pranayama, Asana & Meditation in this class as tools to develop strength, find stability and increase flexibility. 

This class has elements of personal observation of what helps you to cultivate deeper personal awareness, self compassion and acceptance. 

This class is run by our Sports Therapist and uses lots of Cork balls and Foam rollers alongside Yogi stretches to help work out the tensions our body holds from day to day life. 

Designed for beginners - intermediate students.  Each week students have the option to request certain poses be taught and explained. If you are looking to develop your alignment in postures to attend flow classes this is really beneficial. 

Designed for our injured members, the first half of this class is Pilates for stability and strength, the second half is Yoga orientated to create space and relaxation in the body. 

Beginner - Intermediate Flow class to improve the strength and function of the body. Theming the class to the seasons, elements and lunar cycles. There are element of continuous  movement and stillness.

Pilates is a type of strength training exercise that encourages you to identify and work within the limits of your body.

The main aim is to condition the deeper, supporting muscles of your body to improve posture, balance and coordination.

To bring fluidity to the body, mind and energy systems through the connection of the body to breath. Building heat, strength and flexibility in these dynamic flows to have some fun exploring a peak posture, playing with ranges of movement before sinking back to stillness, encouraging new students to fully feel the new found space within.

This slow, gentle form of yoga is the perfect complement to a hectic, fast-paced life or intense workouts. Yin yoga uses gentle, relaxing postures to alleviate tension, enhance breath awareness, and develop mindfulness. 

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