This change takes effect from this Saturday, 21 November.
For the comfort of all Yogis’, please ensure that you arrive to class 5-10 minutes early to get settled on your mat. The studio door is locked once the class starts.
Centered around the notion of physical and emotional balance, Hatha Yoga classes are a good place to work on your alignment, learn relaxation techniques, and become comfortable with doing yoga while building strength and flexibility.
Similar to our Hatha Yoga practise, Dynamic Hatha will shake it up a little bit providing a yoga practice with breath coordinated movement. Each movement is a gradual progression from one to the next. The movement is aligned and linked with the breath so that you move with each inhale and exhale.
Most of us need a little more Yin in our lives. This practice is grounding and will bring you back to yourself. With long held floor poses (3-5 minutes), we give our muscles a rest and work with our connective tissues to gain lasting flexibility and calm the nervous system, allowing time to tune in, nourish and rejuvenate.
Yoga Nidra (also known as Yogic Sleep) is one of the deepest of all meditations. Yoga Nidra is a beautiful and nurturing way to reduce stress and will promote a deep rest and relaxation. When practiced right, Yoga Nidra can be as restorative as sleep, while remaining fully conscious.