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Classes include a range of poses (asana), breathing techniques (pranayama) and mediation that are tailored to match your needs.

There are different styles of yoga and we are happy to discuss these when you book your class:



Asthanga: A powerful, dynamic and challenging form of hatha yoga. Each pose is linked to the next through a series of connecting movements called vinyasa.  Smooth, deep breathing (ujjayi), is synchronized with the movements.


Desk/Chair Yoga: Gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting in a chair, or standing using a chair or table for support. Great for people at offices or seniors.


Hatha: The word Hatha is a compound of the words Ha and Tha meaning sun and moon that can be translated as the yoga that brings union of the pairs of opposites. Gentle class, great for beginners.


Iyengar: Focus on alignment and flexibility. Props are used to facilitate precision and alignment in the pose, and poses may be held longer so that participants may pay attention to the precise alignment of postures.  


Partner Yoga: A practice incorporating 2 or more people that cultivates trust, connection and playfulness. Yoga Thai massage techniques can be incorporated.


Power: Vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga, where postures flow from each other synchronized with breadth.


Pre/Postnatal: A moderately-paced class to prepare for birth. Through a safe, modified practice emphasizing movement and breath, this class focuses on poses that build strength and stamina while stretching and opening the body.


Yin: Accessible to all body types and levels of experience, is often called the “quiet yoga.” A seated practice that utilizes softer and sustained holds in a series of postures to slowly lengthen the connective tissue around the joints, allowing muscles to relax, energy to flow more freely in the body and the mind to calm, inducing a deep state of flexibility and awareness.


Yoga Therapy: Application of yoga techniques and practices to help individuals facing health challenges at any level manage their condition, reduce symptoms, restore balance, increase vitality, and improve attitude.