Kundalini Yoga connects us to the power of self awareness, the perfect vehicle for change. It consists of simple yogic techniques which can be practiced by everybody. It keeps the body in shape and trains the mind to be strong and flexible, allowing better coping with changes and stress. Kundalini Yoga offers remedies for stress, fatigue and depressive illness and all other ills of your age by teaching that external stimulants are not the answer, all the answers are to be found inside yourselves. The beauty of this Yoga is that it becomes a tool for creating positive thoughts.
Every Friday at 6 pm
Yin Yoga uses floor poses held in stillness for 3-5 min (or longer), allowing these passive, long holds to strengthen and lubricate joint tissues in a way that most other practices cannot. Yin exercises targets the body’s connective tissues, including the ligaments, bones, cartilage and tendons, as well as myofascial; all mayor but often ignored components of flexibility, mobility, strength and structure.
Every Tuesday & Thursday
No Classes between 01-31 August 2019
Poses are held for long periods and often modified with props. This method is designed to systematically cultivate strength, flexibility, stability, and awareness.
VINYASA FLOW with Pilates Mat
Every Monday 6:30 pm
Every Wednesday 6:30 pm
90 min class
Every Friday 9:00 am
Vicki is a professional dancer and certified Vinyasa Yoga and Pilates teacher from the UK. Bringing together a passion for movement with an understanding of safe and effective execution, explore your body with Vicki in an upbeat, fun atmosphere! Develop your strength and flexibility through yoga, find your stability and power through pilates, and discover the joy of safe, aware movement.
YIN & DYNAMIC YOGA
No classes at the moment
The long-held, deeply restful postures of Yin Yoga provide a welcome contrast to the more dynamic, Yang dominated practices that are popular in the modern, Western world. A remedy to our fast-paced lifestyles, Yin is a practice that encourages people to slow down–immersing in the kind of stillness that can lead to the expansion of consciousness.