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Vinyasa Flow

An energising style of yoga where poses are strung together to form one fluid sequence of movement. A nurturing and creative flow that moves with the breath and lets the body flow in new directions. The classes are often fast-paced and rhythmical, with a focus on connecting the movements with the rhythm of the breath -  people connect with their breath and find that inward focus. There are fun and challenging arm balances and poses to try as well as longer holds at the end to get deeper into a more introspective practice.

As opposed to other styles of yoga like Iyengar or Ashtanga, Dynamic/Creative Flow classes do not have a set sequence or a certain amount or type of poses to get through. No two classes are ever the same, and often the sequences are creative and playful. 

Yin Yang

Yin Yang yoga begins with dynamic, warming and energising postures (yang) and finishes with slow, cooling and relaxing postures (yin).

The yang element of the class will build strength, flexibility and stamina - it improves circulation and focus. While the yin postures deeply stretch the fascia/connective tissues and have a calming effect on the mind and body.

This is the perfect balance of getting the energy moving in the body and then settling into a more introspective mindful practice.


All levels, including beginners welcome.

Pregnancy Yoga

Pregnancy yoga suitable for both beginners and experienced practitioners. Yoga can help women enjoy their pregnancy with minimal discomfort, cultivate breath awareness and strengthen the body in preparation for labour. Yoga also offers you the opportunity to connect with your baby, and coming to classes is a great way to feel part of a community of pregnant women

Postnatal Yoga

Here is a wonderful opportunity for you as a new mum to ease your way back into exercise after the birth of your baby. Discover how yoga can help you stretch, strengthen and tone your body.

Whether you are new to yoga or reconnecting with it, these classes will restore your sense of wellbeing. Just be sure you have had your six/eight week check from your GP before starting.

The sessions include gentle yoga for your baby so you can practise together. Music and rhymes throughout the class creates a fun and relaxed atmosphere.

Yoga is for everybody the key is to pick a style that suits you!


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