Please be aware that yoga can be a dynamic physical practice. We recommend consulting with your GP before commencing yoga if you have any injuries, have had surgery in the last 12 months, or are pregnant.
This class is an introduction to the foundations of yoga for students new to yoga, or if you are returning to your practice. This practice will teach you seated and standing postures from the Hatha tradition, correct alignment, breathing techniques to quiet and calm the mind, and will close with a guided relaxation/meditation.
This is a Hatha class is focused on asana (postures), which will develop and deepen your understanding of the fundamentals to you presented in Beginners Yoga (Hatha) while you learn to incorporate inversions and back bending poses to your practice. Some yoga experience is required.
This Ashtanga class is open to all levels of experience. Ashtanga is taught as a set sequence of asanas (postures), synchronised with the movement of the body (vinyasa) and conscious breathing (ujayi) as part of the Primary Series. The asanas are designed in a specific order to open, align and detoxify the body and nervous system. You will develop greater physical strength, flexibility and mental clarity through this practice. Expect to get hot and sweaty! Please bring a towel.
This is a soft, nurturing, slow-paced, well supported, and relaxing practice. It is a fluid moving practice, taking it down a notch from the dynamic flow class. Suitable for beginners and those who prefer a more gentle and slower pace of Vinyasa.
The class is a general fitness and wellbeing class. It is all about creating a strong, flexible body and improving your energy levels. The sequences focus on improving core stability, overall body strength, and improving your range of motion. All poses are linked with yogic breathing practices to balance the nervous system and leave you feeling energised. Some prior experience required.
Bring peace to your mind. Bring peace to your past. Bring peace into your relationships. Peace is 100% yours the moment you bring yoga into your life. Shanti (meaning ‘peace’) yoga is gentle and slow paced to be available to those who are new to yoga, those with physical restrictions and those wishing to have a mindful practice to help de-stress. You will be introduced to basic yoga philosophy principles to stimulate reflection, mindful breathing and movement to facilitate the journey within.
Yin yoga is a slower paced, deep stretch practice that combines floor poses with mindful meditation to open the body and calm the mind. Poses are held for longer periods of time in order to go beyond the muscular layer and to access the deeper structural layer of the body, including the bones, joints, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue. By placing the tissue under a controlled amount of duress, yin gives you greater freedom of movement and an overall sense of ease.
Kundalini Yoga is a blend of Bhakti Yoga (the yogic practice of devotion and chanting), Raja Yoga (the practice of mediation/mental and physical control) and Shakti Yoga, (for the expression of power and energy). The goal is to build physical vitality and increase consciousness. Regular practice of Kundalini Yoga provides you with life skills to build a strong self awareness and enables you to work through limiting beliefs so that you can live a heart led, happy and healthy life.
Learn the science of stilling the fluctuations of the mind. No previous experience is required. Class attendance is by cash donation.
A class with mindful purpose to restore and rejuvenate your wellbeing through the heart of yoga. Slow postures, gentle breathing, quiet reflection and guided relaxation (Yoga Nidra) with teacher Mardi Bell. This class is for EVERYbody – anyone ready for a slow unfolding of body, heart, mind and spirit. This event is held on the second Sunday of each month.
An exploration of restorative postures originating from the tradition of Yin Yoga to support your stillness, relaxation and welling. Each month, Polly focuses on a different area of Yin Yoga to bring balance to the mind and body, to reduce stress and anxiety, to release fascia and improve joint mobility, and the flow of chi or prana. This event is held on the last Sunday of each month.