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Hatha (taught as a flow or vinyasa)

Hatha is pronounced ‘Hat-ha’ Most forms of Yoga can be specified as Hatha; practicing physical yoga postures, focusing on mental and physical strength in the body and breathing techniques. In a Hatha class you can expect to warm up the body using pranayama (breathing techniques), warm up the spine and move into both standing postures such as the warriors and goddess and seated/ling down postures such as cobra and locust. Hatha can be taught to the breath (vinyasa) or holding postures for longer, for a more passive experience. Duration: 60/75 mins Price: £6.00

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Sunrise Flow

A 45 minute morning class centred around feeling energised and grounded for the day ahead. This class will concentrate on breathing, meditation, sun salutations and vinyasa flow. Duration: 45 mins Price: £6.00

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Power Flow

This style is more about fitness than the Yoga ethos itself, however asana and pranayama is still used, but more concentration is placed on gaining strength, flexibility and burning calories. Duration: 60 mins Price: £6.00

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Simply means a sequence of postures with the breath. Vinyasa is also known as a flow.  An example of this would be the sun salutation sequence, where each posture flows to the next using inhale and exhale. This class can be done at your own speed, with posture variations for each level. Expect to get a  little hot and sweaty, and abs will also be worked as a strong core is needed to achieve great asanas (yoga postures). Duration: 75 mins Price: £6.00

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Yin Yoga

A slow, gentle form of Yoga. Yin and Yang takes the form of feminine and masculine, yin being more gentle and yang Yoga (vinyasa) more powerful, focussing on strength. Being slower in pace, it is said Yin Yoga is more relaxing, and can calm the mind quicker. Rather than putting emphasis on the muscles, in Yin we put stress on the connective tissues in the joints which can in time increase flexibility.  In Hatha we hold each posture from 30 seconds up to one  minute moving into a vinyasa. In Yin yoga postures can be held for up to 7 minutes, however these postures are not balancing, and props such as bolsters and straps are used for comfort and ease. This is great for anyone wanting the calm the mind, relax and stretch out the body after being sat at a desk all day. Duration: 60 mins Price: £6.00

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Yin Yang Yoga

Just as it says Yin Yang is a mix of both powerful vinyasa and slow Yin yoga. Classes  begin with pranayama, gentle stretching, and a flow of Yoga postures (vinyasa), the second part of class will move into Yin and holding postures for longer periods of time to increase flexibility. Great for anyone who doesn’t know which style to choose. Duration: 75 mins Price: £6.00

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Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga, sometimes known as sleep yoga is very gentle, consisting of 5-7 postures that are held from 5 – 15 minutes. Using bolsters, straps, blocks and sometimes blankets, you can expect to feel completely relaxed and get a great night’s sleep afterwards. Restorative classes are 90minutes long, for the body to evoke the relaxation response, which is the opposite of our natural state of fight or flight mode. I burn candles and incense during the class, and keep the lights off so that everyone can feel at ease, centred and most of all relaxed. Duration: 90 mins Price: £7.50

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121 Private Tuition

This can be any style you require, at your own home. £25 for a 60 minute slot.

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Laughter Yoga

Release the inner child and laugh form the belly. 15 minutes of deep belly laughter is the equivalent of 30 minutes on a rowing machine in the gym… in laughter yoga we play games and act like children, fake laugh and laugh haha. It may feel odd at first by the end I guarantee you will be crying with laughter, and asking yourself why. All classes end in savasana, with a little dessert of either reiki, aromatherapy oils or sound stimulation. Feel free to bring a blanket for savasana.

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The Benefits of Yoga...

  • Increases flexibility

    Increases flexibility

  • Increases metabolism

    Increases metabolism

  • Helps digestion

    Helps digestion

  • Increases oxygen flow to the brain

    Increases oxygen flow to the brain

  • Calms the mind

    Calms the mind

  • Slower breathing means less stress and tension

    Slower breathing means less stress and tension

  • Increased lung capacity lower chances of heart disease

    Increased lung capacity lower chances of heart disease

  • More grounded and focussed

    More grounded and focussed

  • Decreases lactic acid in muscles and decreases joint pain

    Decreases lactic acid in muscles and decreases joint pain

  • Increases core strength

    Increases core strength

  • Great for balance

    Great for balance

  • Better posture

    Better posture

  • Increases libido

    Increases libido

  • Burn fat in power vinyasa classes

    Burn fat in power vinyasa classes