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Vinyasa flow

Vinyasa Flow is an energizing class, focused on getting the body and the blood moving, to warm up the muscles so that we can increase flexibility and strength. The awareness will lie on the breath which helps create stillness in the mind. We will flow from pose to pose, with a few balancing postures as well as a bit of core work included. The only thing that matters is how it feels for you, not what it looks like or what anyone else is doing. 

Suitable for: all levels – apart from complete beginners
Increase strength & flexibility, 

Gentle Yoga

A slower paced class where we stay close to the floor the whole time with no or only a few standing postures. We will gently stretch the entire body in a mindful way and increase mobility in the spine & joints. The focus will be on our breath, stillness and getting to know our own body.

Suitable for: all levels & age groups – especially beginners & anyone with anxiety or physical obstacles
Increase flexibility and general well being

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is slow paced, postures are held for 5-10 minutes each. The focus is on being comfortable and relaxed the whole time. The poses puts little strain on the body and work wonders by slowly realigning the spine and muscles in to a more natural position, than for example sitting in front of a computer is. When we teach our body how to relax in restorative yoga we can use that knowledge to help us fall asleep easier or to calm down in stressful situations. 

Suitable for: all levels & age groups – especially beginners & anyone with anxiety or physical obstacles
Increase well being and focus

Yin Yoga

In Yin Yoga poses are held for an extended period of time usually 3-5 minutes. In what can be called “Yang Yoga” (any type of Hatha, Vinyasa etc) we try to warm the body up to stretch and strengthen the muscles. In Yin Yoga we do the opposite, by staying in the poses for several minutes the body and muscles remain cool. This gives us an opportunity to stretch and strengthen the ligaments and joints. It works deeply on the connective tissues (the fascia) which can give a strong sensation of length and stretch in the body. Unlike in restorative yoga, there can sometimes be a sense of discomfort (we never want pain in yoga) and that’s where we get an excellent opportunity to train our mind in how to relax. This training turns our awareness inwards and quite quickly we feel empowered by being in control over how we react, feel and breathe.

Suitable for all levels apart from complete beginners
Increase flexibility and joint health

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