Yoga classes
with a difference

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Vinyasa Flow

Vinyassa Flow is termed as such due to the smooth way that the poses run together to make a sequence. The sequence may be fixed, but most of the time the instructor will plan different sequences that follow a class theme. In Vinyasa yoga, each movement is synchronised to the breath, acting as an anchor as you move from one pose to the next.

Vinyassa Flow is one of the most popular contemporary styles of yoga and is influenced by Ashtanga yoga. Students come away with a good workout as well as an enlightened yoga experience. If you’re totally new to yoga, it is a good idea to take a few classes in a slower style of yoga first to get a feel for the postures.


…a great way
to start your day.

Our Vinyasa Flow classes begin with a mini meditation before moving on to a warm up. The sequence itself is the main component of the class, which is then followed by cool down and meditation. As part of the class, alignment hints, tips and corrections will be provided to ensure you get the absolute best from the classes and improve class after class.

Morning classes offer a great way to start your day by boosting energy and metabolism whilst setting an intention and focus for the rest of the day. This yoga class is suitable for beginners to intermediate levels of experience.

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Mellow Movement,
Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is all about slowing it right down and achieving total relaxation through passive stretching. Contemporary yoga classes are active, transitioning through a sequence of poses. Through the use of props (bolsters, blankets, blocks etc), restorative yoga achieves longer holds of poses allowing the muscles to deeply relax without strain. The props do the work so you don’t have to.

Restorative classes are very mellow, making them a great way to complement more active practices and an excellent antidote to stress.


…preparing yourself
for deep relaxation.

You will be guided through a series of modified yoga poses using the props, and each pose will be held for an extended period. Although supported, the muscles still get the benefit of a work out. Attention is also paid to breath work which is where the yoga magic happens! You may only do four or five poses over the course of an entire class. For instance, a seated forward bend can become restorative by placing a bolster or folded blankets on top of your legs. This allows a fully supported forward bend by allowing your entire torso to rest on the props. It also allows your body to get a sense of the aim of a posture you may not be achieving in a regular yoga class. Legs up the wall is absolutely divine, the wall acts as a prop to support your legs. All of the benefit of an inversion with very little work.

Prepare yourself for deep relaxation when you attend a restorative class. At the end of the session, your body feels open and refreshed along with the harmony of physical and mental balance.

This class is suitable for all levels of experience.

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Kids Yoga

Yasa Yoginis is a class that offers Yoga for children, with the aim of providing movement, mental and emotional wellbeing. With busy family and school lives along with the increased usage of Technology, children are beginning to feel the hectic pace and impact of modern life. It is becoming more and more important that children find a way to counter balance these pressures whilst also teaching children useful coping techniques. When children learn these techniques for self-health and relaxation, they can navigate future life challenges with a little more ease along with cooperation and compassion.Yasa

Yoginis provides mental focus, stress and anxiety relief, increase of self esteem and also wellbeing. Physically, classes work on motor skills, strength, balance and co-ordination. As yoga is a non-competative activity, it is completely accessible to all children of any ability.

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Beginner’s Classes

Beginner’s classes are the perfect way to get started on your Yoga journey and the extensive benefits it brings. Enhanced well being, stress relief, improved strength and posture alignment are just for starters.

Classes will cover key aspects of Yoga including Asana (postures), Pranayama (breathing) and Relaxation – the best bit. Each week, each element is fully explained and demonstrated at a pace that suits you. Props are also available to provide any posture modifications that are as unique as you are.

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1 – 1s

1 – 1s offer the perfect opportunity to focus on any elements of your practice that you would like to improve, all tailored to your requirements. Or perhaps you would prefer a more general practice with that 1-1 attention, all provided in your own setting. This was the way Yoga was traditionally taught. Each class will be unique to you, depending on your own goals and how you feel. All about you.