START HERE: BASIC YOGA
Does what it says on the tin. If you’ve never set foot on a yoga mat, get a few Basic Yoga classes under your belt to learn the basic moves and sequences. We won’t throw you in the deep end – this is a low impact, chill class for you to safely explore the limits of your flexibility.
GO WITH THE FLOW: VINYASA FLOW & POWER YOGA
You know that connection to the breath yogis always talk about? Channel it in one of these flowing classes which work on both strength and flexibility. Start with Vinyasa Flow if you’re still playing with poses and then graduate to Power Yoga when you’re ready for a fast-moving, more vigorous practice.
REBEL: ROCKET YOGA
The roots of Rocket are decidedly non-traditionalist – there’s a reason we say ‘think heels in church’. While the foundation of Rocket is similar to a faster Vinyasa or Power flow class, you can expect a bit more freedom to try out elements unique to your practice (i.e. if you’re working on a specific inversion or balance, you’ll have ample time to try it out in Rocket).
KILL THE MONDAY BLUES: FRAME YOGA
One of those days? We’ve so got your back. Mondays across all studios, we run a Frame-only version combining bits of Vinyasa Flow, Power and Rocket for those of us who like to keep things fresh. Mood boosting, strengthening and lengthening.
SPECIAL TREATMENT: PREGNANCY YOGA
This is an ultra-calming pregnancy friendly yoga sequence designed for mummas-to-be and led by a specialist instructor. Think an hour of de-stressing to the max, plus stretching the areas you need most.
CHILL OUT: YIN YOGA & MEDITATION
If you’re anything like us, you need a little help to truly relax. Take that with a side of deep, restorative stretching in a Yin Yoga class (good for sporty types looking to prevent injury too). If it’s mental rest you’re after, try guided Meditation – approachable for all levels and proven to help combat insomnia, encourage focus and, of course, relieve stress.
PLUS… Look out for Vinyasa Flow + Meditation combinations. And of course… Remember all yoga practices must end with the all-important Savasana. Say ahhhh…