Scaravelli inspired Yoga

Scaravelli Inspired Yoga

Scaravelli inspired Yoga Scaravelli inspired Yoga is a subtle, yet transformational approach to Yoga and movement, which is guided by principles now found in modern biomechanics (the way the body is designed to move) and biotensegrity (how the body functions as an integrated network of tensile structures). Thanks to its gentle nature, it is suitable…

Kundalini yoga

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga Kundalini yoga has its origins in Tantric and of the Shaivism or Shiva focussed Hindu faith. It also has strong links to Sikhism. It is a widely practiced form of yoga and finds popularity amongst many worldwide celebrities, it’s appeal in its deeper contemplative framework, coupled with a sprinkling of Bhakti (love) yoga.…

Dru Yoga

Dru Yoga

Dru Yoga Dru Yoga is a gentle, flowing form of Yoga which is often dubbed the “feeling” Yoga due to its heart-based sequences which release tension and bring bliss and balance to body, mindand spirit. Popular with both beginner yogis seeking a very adaptable class, as well as more experienced yogis wishing to become their…

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga Yin yoga started in the 1970s making it a fairly new form of yoga. It is heavily rooted by traditional Chinese medicine. It is practised at a much slower pace and the poses are based on the characteristics of animals as well as the five alchemical elements of Earth, Metal, Water, Wood, and…

Pregnancy Yoga

Pregnancy Yoga

Pregnancy Yoga Bringing a new life into this world is exciting, scary, daunting and all consuming. At this incredibly special time, there will be feelings of excitement, curiosity and a desire for mum to be to do her absolute best for herself and for her impending new arrival. Pregnancy is an incredible time of change,…

Iyengar Yoga

Iyengar Yoga

Iyengar Yoga Although it might not be as fashionable as other forms, Iyengar yoga originates from the same eight limbs as Ashtanga and is one of the most highly regarded strands of the ancient practice. It can be particularly beneficial for people who are new to yoga, are not naturally flexible, carrying an injury or…

Hatha Yoga Class

Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga Hatha yoga is a widely practiced branch of yoga, often deemed popular with beginners due to its moderate pace and static holds in each posture. Although it is often thought of as a gentle practice when considered alongside faster paced forms of yoga, such as vinyasa flow, or Ashtanga, hatha classes can be…

Power Yoga

Power Yoga

Power Yoga Yoga is a holistic experience, offering an all-important mind-body-spirit connection, and it’s this non-competitive edge that makes it unique to other forms of sport and exercise. But if you’re looking to scale-up your practice then Power Yoga could well be for you as the intense, Vinyasa-styled fast-paced flows in a high-impact, energy-boosting, calorie-busting…

Bikram Yoga

Bikram Yoga

Bikram Yoga Whether you have a consistent yoga practice, or you’ve never set foot in a studio before, there’s a chance you’ve heard of Bikram Yoga. Reaching the Western world in the early 1970s, Bikram Yoga became known for its heat and intensity. A life changing sequence, boasting many celebrity supporters, the popularity of Bikram…

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga Though perhaps not the most well known of all the strands of yoga, the practise of vinyasa yoga is an increasingly popular way for individuals to connect the mind and the body through breathwork and posture. Its concentration relies largely on the breath leading the body through various poses. It can be hugely…