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Class Styles

Yin Yoga

Yin is the practice of opening up the body physically and energetically in a passive way without strain or effort, affecting the fascia and flow of energy through it. Creating greater flow where there is stagnation or blockage, or restricting the flow so fresh
energy can flood back in. The mental aspects are boundless as we practice equanimity by sitting with the thoughts, sensations and emotions that are stirred up within the poses. We practice non reaction, choosing to be the witness instead of the victim to every
thought, emotion and sensation that passes through us.

Restorative Yoga

Is a very gentle and utilises lots of props, it helps access your parasympathetic nervous system
stimulating the healing response of your own body, bringing a greater sense of ease and calm to the whole system. Open to all levels and injuries.


is a fantastic low impact, total body workout. The class focuses on strengthening the core and working the body to create long, lean muscle tone. Pilates will help with improved posture, flexibility, concentration, physical coordination and balance, just to name a few benefits. Pilates is for everyone and anyone; ageless and genderless, with hundreds of exercises. You will be challenged and amazed at how far you can push your body! Not recommended during pregnancy.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga focuses on breath, posture and cultivating awareness and presence through your practice. You will build strength through dynamic flowing movements, building heat and opening up the energy channels. This style of class caters to all levels with modifications offered by the instructor for beginner students

Dynamic Yoga

Dynamic vinyasa flow is a continuous sequence of postures with an emphasis on the synchronisation of movement and breath. The pace of this class is a little more intense and will present the opportunity to play with more advance poses such as arm balances and inversions.

Soma Chi Vinyasa

Soma Chi is a similar class to vinyasa with a little difference. It is a fluid style of movement creating a dance between the body and the breath much of the sequence incorporates spiral and circular motions. Learn to harness your own chi (energy) through focus awareness and movement.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga will typically involve a set of traditional yoga postures and breathing techniques these classes are practiced more slowly with more static posture holds than a vinyasa class.  These classes are well suited to all levels and are ideal for those just beginning yoga. 

Slow Vinyasa

Slow Flow Vinyasa classes are light and creative, but slower paced than our vinyasa classes. Postures are generally held for longer periods and the transitions between poses are a little slower. This class is great for beginners, or for those wanting to slow down and sink deep into their practice.










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