Yoga Classes Styles
Basic temperature of 23°C for not so basic yoga
Typical Classes: Hatha, Yoga for Backs & Hips, Gentle or Foundations
Class temperature is set around 30°C to warm up those joints and muscles, allowing you to extend deeper into the practice without the intense sweat of hot yoga. Safe for all ages and abilities.
Typical Classes: Candlelight Yin, Yin/Yang, Warm Flow
Stay well hydrated during this class set at 38°C because you are going to get your sweat on. But don’t worry, your body will thank you for it. Tips for surviving the heat, keep your meal light before class, wipe the mascara and makeup off and bring lots of water.
Typical Classes: Hot Flow, Yoga for Backs & Hips, Gentle or Foundations
Explore basic poses, breathing techniques and alignment to promote flexibility & balance within the body & mind. Hatha Foundations is a slower-paced class that is great for beginners with enough variety & challenge for all yogis. All levels welcome.
Variations: Strength & Stability , Rest & Renew, Core
The best of a hatha yoga class with the movement and pace of a vinyasa class. Basically, a blend between slower moving postures giving you the opportunity to hold and sustain strength while incorporating some of the cardiovascular challenge
Variations: Vinyasa Flow
An artful balance of movement and stillness, this practice begins slow with deliberate focus on lengthening the body’s deep connective tissue by staying in the postures for several minutes to encourage release.
Variations: Candlelight Yin (Candles),
A restorative yoga sequence typically involves only five or six poses heavily supported by props that allow you to completely relax and rest. Held for 5 minutes or more, restorative poses include light twists, seated forward folds, and gentle backbends.
Variations: Back & Hips, Rest & Renew
Styles that don’t solely focus on the physical practice. More all-encompassing, elevating experiences that dive deep into your unbound wisdom, and limitless capabilities of the student to unite the mind, body and spirit … ya know … the easy stuff :)