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Vinyasa flow

Suitable for those who have never practiced yoga before or if you want take a slow Power yoga class and still get a good work out. This yoga class begins with deep relaxation and breathing (pranayama. This class is aimed at building your strength up to a vinyasa flow level. No matter your age, strength or flexibility level, yoga is for everyone. Anyone can do yoga with the right attitude and right teacher.


My Yoga Body - Alan Rowlette PhotographyAshtanga

This is a tradition power yoga sequence and it is always the same set series of poses that are linked together with breath to produce internal heat, helping to detox the body. Students begin with the primary series and then move on once the poses have been mastered. There are six series in all. The most frequently practiced series is the first series. Sir Pattabhi Jois is the Guru of Ashtanga Yoga. He had been quoted as saying ’’ Yoga is 99% practice and 1% percent theory’’. So time to get on your mats and practice! Regular Yoga has been known to prevent injuries in athletes.



 Restore Revive & Relax  – Fri 6.30pm

 This practice is designed to restore the nervous system and help release deeply held tensions from the body and mind. We use props to support the postures, while gently stretching and strengthening the body. This class is appropriate for students of all levels.


Core Flow Level Mixed

Get Ready to feel your core muscles and work like you have never before. Need Yoga Experience for this class. GET READY TO WORK YOUR CORE! This is a quick paced class, so prepare to get sweaty yoga style! It is one of the most effective ways to tone your body. Poses can be held for long durations, you will need yoga experience for this class.




Pilates workouts promote strength and balanced muscle development as well as flexibility and increased range of motion for the joints.

Core strength is the foundation of Pilates exercise. The core muscles are the deep, internal muscles of the abdomen and back. When the core muscles are strong and doing their job, as they are trained to do in Pilates, they work in tandem with the more superficial muscles of the trunk to support the spine and movement.

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