We offer a variety of yoga class every week
To ensure the classes start on time in a relaxed atmosphere, we ask that you arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the start time. We provide yoga mats, blocks, straps, and blankets for your use at no extra cost but of course, you are welcome to bring your own.
The schedule is posted to our Facebook and Instagram each week. Please check our facebook for any updates and changes to the schedule.
Pay as you go (PAYG)/Drop-in - £4
Weekly Unlimited Pass - £9
Semester Unlimited - £40
Yearly Unlimited - £70
Beginners Yoga is great if you are new to yoga or you want to work on your foundation. In this slower paced class, you will learn the basic Vinyasa yoga poses and the components of sun salutations. The class also focuses on connecting to your breath and starting to build inner awareness.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga is open to all levels, for everyone from beginners to more advanced yogis. Vinyasa means a progressive sequence that unfolds with harmony. The term Vinyasa also refers to the linking of breath and movement. Flow through an energizing sequence and challenge yourself to keep present while moving from pose to pose. The teacher will give you different options for the poses, depending on your level.
Power Yoga builds from the flow class. Expect a faster pace, more challenging poses, and longer holds in the poses. You’ll leave class feeling strong and powerful - a great workout for the mind and for the body.
Yin yoga (often referred to as restorative yoga) is a slower and more relaxing class. The entire class takes place on the mat, with each pose held for two to five minutes. This relaxing and grounding practice will leave you feeling calm and chilled out.
Yin Yang & Yoga Nidra
This hour is a half class with the first hour being a class with a mixture of slower-paced postures and strong standing postures. Finishing with 30 minutes of yoga Nidra (a relaxation).
Hatha Yoga is the classical form of Yoga. It is a spiritual path by itself consisting of a plethora of physical postures (asanas) and a variety of breathing exercises (pranayama). Hatha Yoga emphasizes on mastery of the body in order to become the master of your mind. From Sun Salutations to headstands, the Hatha Yoga classes incorporate a series of asanas that students learn as they progress. These asanas improve breathing, flexibility, strength, blood circulation and state of mind.
Ashtanga yoga focuses on using the breath to deepen poses and focus the mind on the body. Ashtanga promotes strength and energy. All levels are welcome, and your teacher will guide you through all poses; however, this class is more suited for intermediate yogis.
We also hold a variety of special classes outside of the regular schedule. These can be anything from having guest teachers to themed classes.