Yoga Classes

To know what yoga is all about you have to actually do it. Yoga can be practised by anyone – no special clothing or equipment’s are required – you will only need a strong desire for a healthier fulfilled life. Regular practise of yoga asana (postures), coupled with proper breathing, known as pranayama, will alleviate stress and tension, revitalising the body and helping to control the mind making you feel calm, refreshed and youthful.

Sivananda Yoga

Sivananda yoga is a traditional holistic approach to Hatha yoga to help stretch and tone the whole body.

The postures maintain a flexible and strong spine, improve blood circulation, stimulate and massage the internal organs to improve organ function and help to keep the body young and strong.

Sivananda Yoga is also advantageous for regulating the endocrine system and lowering stress levels.

Simple to learn, the 12 fundamental sets of sequences are followed by deep relaxation. Variations are then added to further advance the practice.

Sivananda Yoga is a great form of exercise for both physical and mental well-being because, with regular practice, it promotes a healthy balance between the body and mind

There is no age restriction suitable for everyone including absolute Beginners.



Stretch, Relax and Unwind

After a long day at work, practise these gentle yoga stretches to relax your muscles: If you want to strengthen and stretch your body while also working on your tummy, bum, and tights with some gentle Hatha Yoga posture, this is the perfect class for you.

You will be taught some yogic breathing exercises. This involves deep breathing techniques to strengthen the heart’s muscles and lower blood pressure. help remove the accumulated stale air from the house. reduce stress, promote relaxation, lessen depression and anxiety, and enhance sleep quality. Finally, a fully guided meditation practice (yoga nidra, “yogic sleep”) You can do this lying down, or seated if you can’t lie down, to enter a deep state of conscious relaxation. Through this practice, the body is able to enter a state of profound relaxation while the mind is still alert

This class will accommodate all students, regardless of fitness level.  After the class, you’ll feel energized, renewed, and relaxed, knowing that your body has received the best possible care.

This yoga class will be comprehensive and suitable for all levels including absolute beginners

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa yoga uses breathing and coordinated movement to move from one set of poses to the next. It promotes flexibility, balance, and core strength. To remove toxins from your body, try this yoga style. It is challenging but enjoyable and perfect for those who want to advance their regular practise. Vinyasa yoga offers the mental and spiritual advantages of mindfulness and meditation in addition to the physical advantages of strength and flexibility. Vinyasa yoga is intended to move the practitioner through a series of postures that flow together using a combination of breath and movement.


Monday’s Vinyasa class is great for beginners because it serves as a stepping stone to furthering your yoga practice. Suitable for all levels including absolute beginners

Wednesday’s Vinyasa class is ideal for beginners who have previously attended our Monday sessions and want to progress to an intermediate or advanced level. If you are a complete beginner, this class will be challenging. We advise you to take a few sessions of our Monday class before enrolling in this one.

Dru Yoga

Dru can also be translated from Sanskrit as ‘pole star’ and represents our “inner still point.”

A graceful and effective style of yoga, dru yoga is based on flowing movements, focused breathing, and visualisation. By combining yoga poses, breath control, and the age-old Eastern tradition of mudras, the objectives are to foster healing and unity (hand gestures that involve the entire body, most of which are performed with the hands and fingers).

In order to develop strength, flexibility, core stability, and deep relaxation—which will revitalise your entire body—this style of yoga focuses on postures, breathing exercises, relaxation, and meditation.

The movements are referred to as Energy Block Release. Beautiful flow patterns that will benefit your mind, body, and spirit. Back pain relief, stress reduction, and increased energy are just a few benefits of Dru yoga. Dru Yoga is composed of traditional Hatha Yoga positions.

This form of yoga is for everyone, regardless of age or fitness level.

Hatha Yoga

The majority of yoga forms are derived from this, which is yoga’s original form (it has been around for over 5000 years, possibly even longer). It is a time-honoured technique that brings your body and mind into harmony through the use of postures and breathing exercises. This traditional yoga practice has three levels: physical, emotional, and spiritual.

Harmony between the body’s physical, mental, and spiritual systems is what Hatha yoga aims to achieve.

Hatha yoga is a tranquil, deliberate form of exercise. The following classes are all based on Hatha Yoga. Morning stretches and gentle Hatha yoga are both composed of traditional poses and breathwork.

All of our Hatha Yoga classes are the perfect place to start because they are appropriate for both complete beginners and students who prefer a more laid-back approach to yoga.

The Mornings Stretches class offers energising postures and stretches with breathwork, making it ideal for those who want to start their day off right.

No matter your age or fitness level, anyone can join in these classes.

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