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Types of Yoga





Hatha Yoga


Hatha Yoga is as old and traditional as civilisation, yet it persists in modern society as a means to achieving essential vitality.  Hatha Yoga is a combination of balance of the body, emotional stability, intellectual clarity and discovery of the soul. It offers us techniques to become more aware in life and goes beyond the practice of asana or postures for the sake of getting fit or maintaing flexibility.

The practice of Yoga somehow resinates within our hearts and soul, once the flame is lit it will never go out, somedays the flame will burn brighter than others but it will always remain within our hearts bring balance and awareness. 


Vinyasa Flow Yoga


Vinyasa is a term that covers a broad range of yoga classes. The word Vinyasa means synchronised breath movement. So what is it really? Well in terms of a physical practice you can usally expect to sweat you're butt off. It will involve a mixture of intense cardio and strength building poses along with some core work for good measure, also expect some wildly fun acrobatic stuff.

These classes can be physically challenging but they offer a deep level of awareness on the body and the breath. Releasing stress, sweating toxins and bringing ourselves back to a natural state of balance and loving awareness. 


Prenatal Yoga


is a wonderful way to stay in shape and do what is best for your baby. Whether you are new to yoga or already an experienced practitioner, you can enjoy the benefits of yoga while pregnant. Over the next four weeks, you’ll learn how to modify your practice as your pregnancy progresses, poses and techniques that can ease your pregnancy and delivery, and how to get back in shape after you give birth.

A beautiful, relaxing practice combining traditional Hatha postures and focusing on the connective tissue of the body. Yin Yoga opens the body increasing the flow of Chi allowing the body and mind to heal from the inside. Naturally you will gain flexibly and peace of mind.The poses are held for several minutes at a time in order to the stretch the connective tissue around the joints.