Types of Classes

Gentle Flow is a class incorporating mobility drills, gentle stretching and strengthening movements which are performed in a sequence. Awareness of the breath helps to calm the mind and enables you to move deeper.

Pregnancy yoga is not just modifying poses. A prenatal yoga class is about celebrating this big shift in your life through movement, dancing, asana and meditation. Each class includes poses that bring balance to the pelvis and the whole body as well as ideas for coping skills and comfort measures during birth.

Yin Yoga combines Taoist Yoga and TCM meridian knowledge with classic yoga postures that are held for longer periods of time. The sequences of postures are meant to stimulate the channels of the subtle body known as meridians in Chinese medicine and as nadis in the yogic texts. Yin Yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fasciae, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A slower approach to yoga, meditation with physical feedback, awareness of inner calm, and bringing to light our universal interconnectedness. Read more here!

Yin Yang includes a passive (yin) and a vigorous (yang) practice. The Yin portion of class is a gentle, quiet, meditative practice helping us relax and restore as well as maintain the health of our connective tissue and bring awareness to sensations in the body. The Yang portion of class includes an active, energising flow and strengthening and uplifting poses. We combine the slower and introspective practice with the faster vinyasa approach with the belief that to create balance, you need to alternately exert and quiet yourself.

Ashtanga Basics stimulates you to start your own morning practice. In this class we cover a good part of the primary series, either focusing on Sun Salutations, deconstructing Downward Facing Dog or exploring the closing sequence.