Our four styles of Yoga
1) The Bliss Class ~ hatha yoga
Need to unwind? Relax body and mind and ease into this blissful restorative yoga practice. Breath- focused, gentle movements have a yin quality and slow pace to leave you in a state of deep rest, balance and expansiveness. Working within a normal range of movement, heart rate and breath rate, this is a class for every body.
2) Yoga Foundations ~ focused and transformative
Build the correct foundations for your yoga practice. With clear, structured sequences, safe alignment and deep muscular heat, you will develop strength, balance and flexibility. Yoga Foundations teaches the body/mind a new way of being — tall, light, strong and energised. An ideal core class for all levels.
3) Vinyasa Flow ~ dynamic and energising
Vinyasa means synchronicity of movement and breath, making for a flowing class that exphasises ‘the dance of the posture’. Challenge your balance, strength and length in this graceful and fluid practice.
An exhilarating ride for the able beginner and experienced practitioner alike.
4) Ashtanga Vinyasa ~ power
Friday night hit – $10 for students.
The original ‘power yoga’, Ashtanga combines strength and grace to build fitness and calm. Centred around the salutations to the sun, this set sequence is swift, dynamic and invigorating.
This community class is somewhere between “Yoga Foundations” and “Vinyasa Flow” and we try to cater for all levels. Beginners welcome.
Macandrew Bay School Library* (2015 renovations may take us to another room)
$100 for the 10-class term block; $15 casual drop-in.
Don’t know which class to try? Ask our awesome teachers!
All our teachers are skilled in adjusting postures for different ability levels.
In general from option 1 – option 4, the intensity increases. If you’ve been through one of our BEGINNER’S COURSES, you will have the tools to do the first 3 options, if not all!
Our modalities are designed to fit together – they all work the elements of yoga. We encourage all students to do more than one modality in their regular practice to benefit from different approaches.