For an ‘all-round’ balanced practice, a great place to start.
Helps build overall strength and flexibility
Yin yoga is a quiet contemplative practice.
Meditation teaches us to stay in this present moment.
Iyengar Yoga has a strong focus on detail, precision and alignment in the postures.
Pranayama is a practice of specific breathing techniques and exercises.
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a physically demanding style of yoga
Deeply relax with as your body is completely supported in longer held yoga poses
Enables transformation through a state of deep relaxation
Applying the practices of yoga to help alleviate health conditions and promote holistic wellbeing
Awakens and balances life energy in the body
A meditative form of Vinyasa Yoga to help you find space between poses
For balancing energy, flexibility and strength
Support your yoga practice with Pilates, natural movement practices and conditioning exercises.
Somatics is a movement therapy, a way of re-educating the way our brain senses and moves the muscles.
Yoga must not be practiced to control the body: it is the opposite, it must bring freedom to the body, all the freedom it needs.” ~ Vanda Scaravelli.
Combine yoga, martial arts and animal movements for strength and mobility
Self-massage with a ball for an instant tension-reliever
Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic practice which focuses on accessing and activating the core during yoga poses.
Anusara yoga focuses on experiencing bliss and joy in your yoga practice and your daily life.
Go deeper into yoga, meditation, anatomy and philosophy topics
AcroYoga brings together yoga, acrobatics and Thai massage.