Our classes explained

Flow

Vinyasa flow is called ‘flow’ because of the smooth transitions within a sequence of poses. Our flow classes often start with breathwork, mindfulness/meditation, warm ups and then move into a string of poses in a sequence, before winding down in mindfulness/meditation. Movement is synchronised to a breath. Our flow classes are accessible to beginners and advanced students, offering variations for each pose.

Hatha

Hatha yoga has a slower pace than Vinyasa Flow, although encompasses the same asanas (poses). Poses are held for several breaths in Hatha, and include both yin and yang poses. Our Hatha classes also start with mindfulness/meditation, breathwork and warm up, before moving into stronger asanas, and then finishing with mindfulness/relaxation. Hatha is a great place to start for beginners wanting to learn asanas and alignment, and is also great for advanced students wanting to deepen their practice.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a quiet, receptive practice designed to bring fluidity and flexibility to the physical body, a sense of calm, kindness and resilience to the mental and emotional body and increased awareness and health for the energetic body. In our Yin classes usually consists of long held passive floor poses, usually held for around 5 minutes. Most of the poses work the lower body, including hips, pelvis, inner thighs and lower spine, in an attempt to target the deep connective tissue. Yin is accessible to every student, and benefits those with tight muscles most.

Qi Gong

Qigong is the ancient Chinese system of gentle breathing, stretching, and strengthening movements. The 8 piece of brocades is one of the most popular qigong healing exercise sets, used to improve overall health and well being. Learn how to activate qi energy and blood circulation in your body, helping to stimulate the immune system, strengthen the internal organs, and give you abundant energy.


Yoga for Men

Yoga for men is facilitated by Narelle and is a mix of vinyasa flow and hatha and based on the goals of the men coming to class. The main goals are to improve mobility, flexibility, strength, fitness, whilst bringing in breath awareness and connecting movement to breath. This is a fun class and is accessible to men of all fitness levels.


Ashtanga Challenge your body, build strength & flexibility whilst maintaining an attitude peaceful focus.


These classes will give you a steady and thorough introduction to the foundations of Ashtanga Yoga. You will build strength, flexibility and focus by connecting breath and movement in a sequence of postures (asanas) from the Primary Series.


The practice focuses on the key elements of Ujjayi Breath, Badhas (spinal locks) and Drishti (gaze) to add a subtle yet powerful level to your practice. Suitable for all levels as we offer a wide range of alternatives and modifications, however be prepared to move out of your comfort zone and into the space where the magic happens.