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Vinyasa Yoga is a style of yoga where poses are seamlessly linked together so that you move from one pose to another using your breath, the fluidity of movement can be referred to as “flow”. The creativity of each sequence means that no two classes are every the same and classes can be adapted to the students and their levels.
The diversity and variability of Vinyasa yoga means that you can enjoy the benefits of a balanced routine as well as avoid injury brought on by repetitive motion caused by certain exercises or styles of yoga which feature repetitive sequences, such as Ashtanga or Bikram.
Vinyasa Yoga is suitable for all levels from beginner to advanced.
Yin Yoga (Gentle Yoga)
Yin Yoga is a style of yoga where passive poses are held for a longer period of time, most of the poses are close to the ground and the length of the hold allows the poses to work their way deeply into the muscles of the body as the muscles gradually relax into the postures, targeting the connective tissues, ligaments, joints, and fascia networks.
Said to enhance the energy flow or “chi” within the body, it improves the health of muscles and organs as well as provides mental and emotional health benefits including stress and anxiety reduction, better sleep, improved joint mobility and a greater sense of calm and focus.
This method of yoga has been practise in China and Taiwan as part of the Daoist Yoga tradition, taught by Taoist priests as an accompaniment to breathing techniques.
Yin Yoga is suitable for all levels from beginner to advanced and is highly recommended for those with chronic injuries, medical contraindications or recovering from injuries or medical conditions.
Ashtanga is one of the most popular and well-known styles of yoga in the Western world. Ashtanga is a vigorous physical practice that includes a fixed series of poses linked together by the breath to form a continuous sequence. This dynamic sequence requires strength, endurance and flexibility and can be quite challenging.
As a typical Ashtanga class is 1.5 hours long, I offer a shorter 1 hour version including modifications suitable to different levels. The repetitive sequence and sun salutations allow practitioners to enter an almost meditative state, as well as getting a work out at the same time!
Recommended for those with a good level of physical fitness and no significant injuries.