Class Styles

There is a yoga style and class to suit everyone. You just need to find yours. What you want and need from a class may change over time, or even from day to day, depending on what life is presenting to you.

Our experienced teachers offer a safe, welcoming, and inclusive space, where you can slow down, soften and take some time to nurture yourself.

Our aim is to help make Yoga & Mindfulness accessible and achievable for everyone. We respect individual limitations and help you adapt each posture so you feel safe and confident in your practice. We'll also support you to safely find and explore your own personal edge, so you can be appropriately challenged and achieve your potential on any given day.

We specialise in the slower and more nurturing and therapeutic styles of  Yoga, and our schedule includes Hatha Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yin Yoga & Mindfulness. Whilst we cater for all levels, beginners are especially welcome.

Through proper alignment and mindful actions of the body, Hatha Yoga uses postures (asana) and conscious breathing (Pranayama) in combination with mental focus to develop awareness, strength, flexibility, balance and relaxation.

Hatha Yoga brings a wonderful sense of well-being to the practitioner. It is the default style for Mindful Yoga Practice.

Focusing on the present moment using breath, movement, and meditation you will leave this class feeling rejuvenated and relaxed.

Our Restorative Yoga courses offer a gentle, relaxing & healing class for anyone wishing to enjoy a Mindful, blissful and calming Yoga practice; for those who need/enjoy a more slow and gentle form of yoga; endurance trainers and athletes; and for those who need a gentle, nurturing and healing practice when recovering from or living with, chronic illness or injuries.

We offer classes and courses to teach you new skills and relaxation techniques such as Mindfulness in our informative, nurturing and relaxing Mindfulness, Meditation & Relaxation classes.

Yin yoga is a slow paced style of yoga. Classes involve mostly passive poses practiced on the floor, often supported by a variety of props. Poses are typically held for 2-5 minutes and help target connective tissue,  joints and fascia flexibility, unlike more 'yang' styles of yoga which generally target muscle flexibility. Yin is a relaxing, yet challenging practice. Yin is suitable for all levels, but if you are recovering from illness or carrying an injury, restorative yoga would be a safer place to start.