My classes are body positive and inclusive. All students are encouraged to practice at their own pace, meeting themselves where they are in the moment. Variations are always offered, creating an environment welcoming to all abilities. This creates a unique opportunity for beginners and longtime practitioners to practice togethe as a community.
Below are descriptions of yoga styles I am currently offering in my classes. My classes welcome ALL levels of experience.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga
Vinyasa Flow Yoga – This class focuses on fluid transitions and movements by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. The flows can be dynamic, or slow and gentle. The sequences can be playful and creative, and no two classes are the same!
Mindful Movement Yoga – In this class we work slowly and mindfully through a gentle sequence of yoga postures and breathing techniques. By bringing more presence into your practice, the focus is less on achieving the “perfect pose,” and more on moving the body in a way that feels therapeutic, so that you’re practicing in the way that is most beneficial to you in the moment. You should leave feeling energised and relaxed.
Menopause Yoga combines yoga poses, breathing techniques and mindful meditative practices that have been specially adapted to support women in managing the menopausal phase of life. Whether you are approaching menopause, in the midst of menopause, or post menopause these classes will support you on your menopause journey.
**You don’t need to be a confident yoga practitioner, this class is open and accessible to all levels of experience, including complete beginners
Ashtanga – A dynamic flowing style of yoga with a set sequence of postures. (Once the sequence is learned the practice will flow smoothly, and becomes a moving meditation.) It uses the synchronisation of movement and breath to create an internal heat designed to purify the body. Practiced regularly, this powerful and healing practice will improve your strength, flexibility, and focus.
Restorative yoga – This class is deeply nourishing. It does not focus on stretching or strengthening, the focus is on releasing, self care, and self love. By combining supported restorative yoga poses, meditation, pranayama, and yoga nidra, you will be given the time and space to connect deeply with yourself.
Guided Yoga Nidra
Yoga Nidra – Yoga nidra or “yogic sleep” is a powerful guided meditation technique where you learn to relax consciously. It is a systematic method which aims to induce complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Anyone can practise Yoga Nidra at any time. I do not offer a “Yoga Nidra” class, but I use this incredibly healing and relaxing practice in my Slower, more Gentle, and Restorative Yoga sessions.