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Vinyasa Flow

4 May 2020

The practise of nurturing body, mind and spirit

Vinyasa Flow is a style of yoga that synchronises breath with movement. It is usually a faster-paced class that some are used to if they have studied other yoga disciplines. It’s dynamic and can be quite challenging. That being said, variations of the postures can be adapted to suit all levels.

A basic understanding of yoga and asana is recommended* due to the fluidity of the movements in the class. Every class will be different, incorporating many new creative sequences working to move the whole body freely rather than adhering to a stringent set of rules.

(*If you are brand new to yoga, or only have limited experience, or just feel attending a mixed-level class is quite daunting, please take a look at my beginner 6 week course).

The main benefits of a Vinyasa Flow Yoga class are:

  • Increased flexibility, strength and fitness
  • Better balance and stamina
  • Lower stress and anxiety
  • A relaxed group of like-minded people determined to have fun!

To read more about Vinyasa Flow Yoga, visit the FAQ’s section of the website.

Investment is £9. 

Yin Yoga

5 March 2020

The practise of sinking into stillness

Yin yoga targets the parts of the body differently from any Yang practises (like Vinyasa Flow or high impact exercises); primarily our ligaments, joints and deep fascial networks and even our bones.

Both of these practises have their benefits, but by incorporating both Yin and Yang styles into your life you can achieve optimal health and vitality.

Yin yoga is practised with cold muscles to allow us to reach our deeper network of tissues. Yin can be described as simple or even passive, but once you begin a class you’ll soon find just how challenging it can be! Poses or postures are held anywhere from 1 to 5 minutes and, as a result many of these are done in a sitting or supine position, utilising props and using gravity to find our ‘edge’.

This class is suitable for all experience levels, even complete beginners.

The main benefits of Yin Yoga are:

  • Increased flexibility
  • Reduced fixation of the joints
  • Incredibly relaxing class
  • Improved sleep, health and digestion

To read more information about Yin Yoga, visit the FAQ’s section of the website.

Investment is £9. 


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