1. Hatha Yoga

Suitable to all levels
One of the most traditional forms of yoga asana, hatha yoga will take us deeply into a centred and traditional awakening. Based heavily on ancient yogic philosophies, we still the mind through pranayama (breath control) techniques, static and dynamic asana, movement and a gentle meditation found either in longer holding poses or a deep relaxation.

2. Slow Flow

Suitable to all levels
This is a vinyasa based class with a slower speed of a few breaths in each posture to feel the alignment as well as enjoy a slower pace in mind and body. Slow flow is deeply meditative, this allows for longer transitions between and during the poses, offering space to focus more heavily on our breath and our alignment. Move slowly and consciously, sense the body, sink into the poses, embrace the transitions as a synchronized dance with your breath.
Special Focus. Each class will be designed with a special focus. Some practices will explore specific areas of the body or kind of poses (Lower Back, Psoas, Backbends, Twists, Balance etc…), some others will embrace an abstract theme ( Letting Go, Embrace the challenge, Fluidity…). Other times we will work on a specific “peak “‘pose”, building up the class progressively, breaking the pose into smaller poses, in order to understand the biomechanics, in a safe and accessible way.

3. Functional Flow

This practice is based on Variable Anatomy, emphasizing that our bodies are all unique gifts. Everyone has a different range of motion. In order to be truly effective & safe, a yoga pose must be adapted to the unique bones and body of each individual.
This is a functional approach to Yang style yoga focusing on activating and engaging specific parts of muscles, tissues & joints to achieve the functional benefits instead of being in visually perfect poses.
This class is empowering practitioners to explore our own uniqueness, to develop intimate awareness of how our individual body works and find the most effective yet safe variations.

4. Hatha Flow Yoga

A well balanced practice: sun salutations, followed by a dynamic full body sequence. Moving from a pose to the next at the rhythm of your breath with resting moments of stillness in between. Energize, release, harmonize.

5. Sivananda Yoga

Suitable to all levels
A dive into the Vedic system of yoga. Sun salutation, pranayama, a group of 12 basic asana basics with a proper relaxation in between. A systematic balanced sequence to allow the life force energy to flow and restore your body, breath and mind balance.

6. Yin Yang Yoga

Suitable to all levels
A balanced practice that blends two yoga styles: YANG, an invigorating and energizing flow that strengthens and tones the body, builds stamina, calms the mind absorbed by the rhythm of the breath/movement. Followed by YIN, an immersion into meditative stillness and deep relaxation, where we will target the connective tissue, joints, meridians lines in order to relax and restore energy in the body.

7. Yin Yoga

Suitable to all levels
Yin Yoga honours the passive, more reflective side of the practice; it focuses on your deep connective tissues, like the fascia networks, ligaments, joints and bones.
It allows you to embrace stillness, it is a slow, meditative, introspective journey. Yin yoga creates space within you, allowing you to turn inward and tune into your mind, the physical sensations of your body and the deep rhythm of your breath.
We hold passively floor poses, for a long period of time, 3-5-7 minutes. This practice helps you stretch and lengthen those rarely-used tissues, boost and lubricate your joints while also teaching you how to breathe, navigate through discomfort and observe your thoughts. It removes blockage in the body, acting on myofascial Chinese meridians, restoring balance and harmony into the system.

8. Pranayama & Meditation

Suitable to all levels
The Breath is the bridge between the body and the mind. Exercises, poses, breathing techniques to learn how to control your breath and modulate your prana, the vital life force that flows within us. Pranayama is a great tool to access meditation and quiet the mind’s fluctuations.

9. Yoga Nidra

Suitable to all levels
Described as “dynamic sleep” or “yogic sleep”, the Yoga Nidra practice allows the body to deeply relax while the mind stays inwardly alert. Swami Satyananda Saraswati, who pioneered the practice in the early 1950s from ancient Tantric texts, calls it “reaching the border between waking and sleeping states.”
Yoga Nidra alleges regulation of hormones, stabilization of glucose levels, alleviation of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), stress, anxiety, sleeping disorders, addictions.”
Come to try it! All you have to do is laying down in shavana, supported by the most comfy props, while following the guided meditation.You will feel completely blissed out after.

10. Restorative Yoga

Suitable to all levels
A restful and slow paced practice that enables deep relaxation as you hold poses for extended periods of time, while feeling completely supported with the aid of props. The main focus of Restorative Yoga is that by relaxing in poses, without strain or pain,you can achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Props, like blocks, bolsters, blankets and straps are used so that you are supported in your pose comfortably.
A great practice to balance with other yang yoga practices or simply to give yourself a break when you need to restore and re energise yourself

11. Guided Meditation

Suitable to all levels
Each teacher offers different approaches or techniques that will help you to explore the intricacies and subtleties of the mind.
You’ll be supported in witnessing the dynamics of the mind and how it’s likely to behave during meditation. You’ll be given step by step guidance: the process of witnessing body, breath, thoughts, feelings, sensations, while developing the ability not to identify, boosting focus and attention, observing without judgement or response. You’ll be offered tools on how to integrate these techniques in your daily life.

12. Vinyasa Yoga

Levels 2 – 3
A seamless and fast-paced flowing yoga asana practice commonly known as flow yoga. Vinyasa yoga allows us to reach a more awakened state of mind through harmonized movements flowing with the breath. The variable nature of Vinyasa Yoga helps to develop a more balanced body as well as prevent repetitive motion injuries. As a philosophy, Vinyasa recognizes the temporary nature of things. We enter into a posture, are there for a while and then leave. Vinyasa is a breath initiated practice that connects every action of our life with the intention of moving towards what is sacred, or most important to us.
We recommend this to people with an existing yoga practice

13. Power Flow Yoga

Levels 2 – 3
A vigorous dynamic practice catered for Intermediate practitioners. Synchronized Ujjai breath with each movement to produce beautiful, flowing patterns of motion and energy. Sequences designed with specific focus, or peak poses to deepen and explore some intermediate/advanced asanas. A great practice to sweat, detox and endure your body and mind.
We recommend this to people with an existing yoga practice

14. Mums & Babies Yoga

For Mums and newborn babies in the early months (when they are still not crawling)
Practicing yoga along with your baby is the best way to deepen your bond with your child, while healing your postpartum self physically and mentally.
Yoga stretches and strengthens you, gently assisting a gradual return to physical strength. You learn to concentrate on the connection between breathing, your physical body, your thoughts and feelings.
You experience the present moment, something your baby does automatically. This special time together encourages improvisation and play. It provides babies with a soothing environment in which they begin to experience their bodies’ interactions with the world.

15. Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal Yoga accompanies you in your physical, mental and emotional transformations during pregnancy, allowing you to appropriate this evolving body.
Over the sessions, you relax, you tone, tame your breath and gradually prepare your body and mind for the birth of your child.
Yoga makes it possible to relieve all the natural physical and moral hassles of pregnancy (heartburn, sciatica, circulatory and digestive problem, back pain, anxiety…) thanks to postures, and by adopting new habits on a daily basis. It also prepares physically and mentally for childbirth.

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