Beginners Yoga
If you are new to yoga or are returning to the practice after time away, then this class is for you. Learn the fundamentals of yoga at a slower pace, breaking down postures and gaining knowledge about the practice each time you come to class. The teacher gives detailed instructions so you never feel lost in class.
This class is also for yoga practitioners who want to slow down their practice, re-gain knowledge in correct alignment with mindful movement.
You will walk out feeling embodied, empowered, energized and eager to come back!

Vinyasa Yoga (All levels)
Vinyasa yoga is one of the most popular yoga practices today.
Poses are linked to movement and breath, facilitating smooth transitions from one pose to another. The Sun salutation sequence is the most basic and simplest example of Vinyasa Yoga. This type of yoga helps to build strength, increase flexibility and can aid in weight loss. It will also help to calm down the mind, improve your breathwork and posture. The all levels class means that a range of options are given for each pose for the students to choose the level they want to work at in their practice, therefore this class is accessible to everyone.

Yin Yoga
Yin yoga is a very relaxing style of yoga; most poses are floor based, passive poses that are held for 3-5 minutes.
Yin yoga works to deepen your range of motion, specifically targeting connective tissues, creating space in the joints which can help to prevent/treat arthritis. Classes tend to focus on hips, pelvis, shoulders and the spine and are supported by the earth with the use of props and postural variations so you can completely relax in the pose.
Absolutely no previous experience of yoga is required, this class is accessible for all levels from complete beginners to advanced practitioners.

Vinyasa Yoga (Intermediate level)
Vinyasa yoga intermediate level is similar to the all levels vinyasa class, however more advanced poses will be practiced like inversions, deeper backbends and arm balances. Students with previous yoga experience or an appropriate fitness level is required.