Class descriptions (yoga)


Qigong follows traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) principles, that qi flows through our bodies. In TCM it is viewed that people are in health when qi travels freely, but health problems can crop up if the energy becomes stagnant or blocked in a certain area of the body. Through simple poses and patterned breath-work, qigong is believed to remove obstacles to promote a healthy flow of qi.

Beginners first learn how to coordinate physical movements with breath through the repeated practice of exercises. Once they achieve proper form, students work on turning those exercises into moving meditation, or directing the flow in energy within the postures, movements, breathing patterns, and transitions.


The slow, gentle movements are believed to warm up your tendons, ligaments, and muscles; mobilize the joints; and promote the circulation of body fluids (like blood, synovial, and lymph) and deep breathing, which is central in qigong, calms the sympathetic (fight-or-flight) nervous system and activates the parasympathetic (rest-and-digest) side of your autonomic nervous system,. The autonomic nervous system regulates involuntary processes like breathing, heartbeat, and digestion. Excellent for treating burnout and in managing PTSD, anxiety and illnesses such as autoimmune diseases.

Family Yoga

In a world where parents and children are so busy, family yoga provides a wonderful place to spend healthy and happy, quality time together.

What to expect In a Family yoga class

A fun class with many elements and age appropriate asanas, breath-work partner poses and more, You will experience - Looking into each other’s eyes, Coordinating the breath, Holding hands, massaging each other, Sharing experiences, Positive feedback, Teaching each other, Supporting each other in balancing poses, Helping each other stretch, Laughter and smiles, During the final relaxation, the children can lie down side by side with their parents, holding hands, or even on top of their parents., Waking each other from relaxation with hugs and kisses.  The communication skills and loving connections we develop during the safe and relaxed atmosphere of the yoga class will go a long way in serving the family during stressful times


Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a physically demanding style of yoga. Students follow a set sequence of postures each time, gradually progressing through the series. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga emphasises the linking of movement and breath (vinyasa), Ujjayi breathing and bandhas (energy locks)


Hatha Yoga is the physical practice of yoga. This class guides you through movement that develops strength, flexibility, and develop the connection between, body, mind & breath. Deepen your understanding of the postures & basic alignment in the body, breathing, and relaxation techniques. 

This class is designed for mixed-level participants - All Levels Welcome

Beginner Hatha

Whether you are new to yoga or are familiar with the practice, Beginner Hatha yoga will help you develop balance, strength and flexibility without feeling overwhelmed or confused. In this class we will take our time to get into postures focusing on the basics. We will combine yoga postures and breathing exercises to strengthen the body, reduce stress and calm the mind. No yoga experience is required.

Hatha Flow

In this slowed down class, we have brought focus to alignment. The teacher will offer the building blocks with modifications/alternatives for sun salutations so you will have confidence to head into our Dynamic Flow Class while still giving you a challenge. You will get all the benefits of our flow class, but at a pace to deepen your knowledge, and foundation of the postures.  You will be guided through a variety of traditional and non-traditional yoga movements to develop functional ranges of motion and a deeper sense of body awareness. Detailed cuing, creative sequencing and props will help you discover new possibilities of movement. All levels welcome. This is a great class if you are nervous to jump into a Dynamic Flow Class or are dealing with any physical injury that would prevent you from feeling confident in downward facing dog, or sun salutations.

Dynamic Flow

A more advanced physical class for the adventurous. This class will allow you the opportunity to build on your foundation from our signature Hatha Flow class. The focus is to learn how to deepen your physical practice to up-level your experience. Your teacher will safely guide you to bring challenging postures, arm balances, inversions, into your repertoire at your own pace. The point is to learn step by step so that you can go at your own pace while still knowing the direction you are heading. The intention for this class is to develop your practice in a way that meets you where you are at, and allows you to build as you strengthen your mind and body.

PreNatal Yoga

This is a 1hour prenatal yoga class focused on helping expecting mothers connect with their baby, maintain a healthy pregnancy, and alleviate common discomforts experienced throughout pregnancy. Our certified prenatal yoga instructor will provide you with safe poses that bring balance and alignment to the spine, pelvis, pelvic floor and surrounding ligaments. This class focuses on beneficial poses, deep breathing exercises, relaxation, and meditation techniques appropriate for all trimesters for an optimal birthing experience.

Mummy and Baby Yoga (suitable from 8 weeks post-natal until baby is crawling)

Mum and Baby classes are gentle, caring, fun, safe places for mums (or dads!) to enjoy an uninterrupted hour or so with their baby without the worries and concerns of day to day life. Classes are specifically designed for new mums to bring your body gently back to alignment, closing those overworked areas after pregnancy and birth, and supporting your journey in recovering strength and tone in a safe yet challenging way.

Babies are integrated into class with simple Baby Yoga movements based on the principles and postures of yoga which will help you and your baby to communicate, bond and best of all relax.

After the class complimentary tea and coffee is offered so Mum’s and babies can connect and enjoy meeting each-other.

Kids Yoga

Ages 5-8 and 9-12

A yoga class designed for children is very different from an adult class that you might take at your local studio. It's filled with games, songs, stories, imaginative play, and activities that engage children and give them the tools to feel calmer, happier, and more peaceful inside

Ages 5-8

Being playful and silly is a great gateway to introducing yoga to kids. Not only will kids have space for self-expression in this class, they will also strengthen their bodies, as well as their connection to mindfulness and breathing techniques. Through yoga poses, art, music and more, kids release energy and learn how to relax.
Class is one hour.

Ages 9-12

Children in this age group graduate from barking in downward dog and meowing in cat pose to learning more postures and sequences. More focus on awareness of self and others, and longer times in meditation and mindfulness practices. Partner and group acro-yoga poses. Sharing circles to discuss basic yogic philosophies and how they apply to the modern day middle schooler. Still fun games and partner poses that age-appropriate. 
Class is 1 hour.

Yin/Restorative Yoga

This class is a blend between long held held yin stretches, and more supportive restorative poses to ease the mind and body. Poses will be held between 3 and 5 minutes, while your teacher guides you through mindfulness and relaxation techniques. This is a great class to balance a more active yoga practice or simply unwind after a long day. You will float out of this class. Benefits include less muscle tension, improved mood and better quality of sleep.

All levels welcome.

Tai Chi

Tai chi is often described as "meditation in motion," 

In this low-impact, slow-motion exercise, you go without pausing through a series of motions named for animal actions — for example, "white crane spreads its wings" — or martial arts moves

 As you move, you breathe deeply and naturally, focusing your attention — as in some kinds of meditation — on your bodily sensations. The movements are usually circular and never forced, the muscles are relaxed rather than tensed, the joints are never fully extended or bent, and the connective tissues are not stretched. Tai chi can be easily adapted for anyone, from a child to age 120.

Pranayama (Breath-work)

Breath-work can open meridians and channels, align your body and its energy, and create a revelatory and healing experience. The beauty of Breath-work is that it is natural so that you and your breath become the source of answers to questions, insights to challenges, freedom from feeling stuck, downloads to what's next for you, your life and your work in the world. 

As with any self-care practice, the most important way to learn if it's useful and helpful for you is to experience it for yourself.

Benefits of breathwork

  • Reduced stress, tension or constriction

  • Feelings of openness, love, peace, and gratitude, clarity, connection

  • Release of trauma or mental, physical and emotional blocks

  • Release of anxiety, depression, fear, grief and/or anger

  • Access to unconscious memories relevant to your healing

  • Deeper states of consciousness and inspiration

  • Downloads about your work, finances, relationships, health conditions


Meditation is a grounding practice which helps you to know yourself better, appreciate yourself and others more, and allows you to get a more relaxed and sound sleep.

Science has proven that regular meditation can have powerful long-lasting effects. Meditation helps to activate our rest-and-digest system and begin the process of ushering our body back to a more natural and calm state. Our body begins to heal and grows stronger and more resilient.

Through mediation you begin to notice your body and mind more easily let go of daily stressors and challenges. You feel calmer. You can focus more clearly. You can be more creative. You feel more balanced and comfortable in your skin.

1 hour class

Mindfulness class

  • Learn the foundational practices of mindfulness to calm and steady the mind.

  • Develop mindfulness meditation techniques.

  • Explore ways you can be more present and mindful in everyday life.

  • Create a sustainable home practice of meditation. Mindfulness is a scientifically researched and proven method to manage your stress and increase your well-being.

  • Learn and practice together with others, ask questions and share in the experience.


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