Which Classes Should I Book?

Which Classes Should I Book?

Which Classes Should I Book?

Our Class Styles Explained

K.I.S.S.
(Keep it Simple Sweetie)

I like simplicity. So, I’ve streamlined our Yoga classes to address three key areas of wellbeing:

Strength
Fitness
Flexibility

Create your practice to navigate your needs. Scroll down (or select a button) to find out how.

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“Just wanted to say a big thank you for making our return to yoga so safe and welcoming. It’s so good to be back!

I love the new gravity yoga. Particularly the hips sequence. I can feel the difference after one class. Thank you for bringing us this too!”

– Helen

Aerial Yoga = Strength Conditioning + Back Traction

This is a power practice.

The studio is equipped to use suspension technology (a bit like TRX) from the ceiling to challenge your body and quickly develop more core strength than can be achieved on the mat alone. It also builds grip strength and pull down strength which is inaccessible from mat Yoga.

The rig hammock then enables comfortable full body inversions suspended from the hips which releases compression in the spine. Great for releasing pressure points in the back.

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Hear what Katie has to say about Aerial Yoga…

“Loving being back at Aerial Yoga with Chris. I really can’t recommend enough.

Aerial Yoga is a great contrast to the mat work yoga on offer. I’m learning to build strength, focus on technique and correct posture, tone my jiggly bits and stretch my whole spine. I always leave the class feeling that I’ve had a total body workout with no muscle left untested and walking taller. It’s also improved my strength and balance in my regular yoga practice.

If you’re looking to grow your yoga practice, get stronger and give your spine a treat after being sat at a desk or staring at a screen all day then aerial yoga might just be for you.”

– Katie B.

Vinyasa Yoga = Fitness

This style of flowing Yoga harnesses the rhythm of the breath to move through sequences of yoga poses. The moving nature of this style stimulates heart & muscles to increase fitness and stability.

We teach Vinyasa at two levels:

1. Beginners

2. Non-beginners

As each journey is individual it is inaccurate to label intermediate or advanced levels. Instead, once you have a grasp of the basics you simply ‘practice’ more and more to move through your own journey whilst sharing energy with other practitioners in the room. There are subsequently no comparisons or competition between practitioners.

The studio is equipped with infrared heating to facilitate heated Vinyasa Yoga for those comfortable with their practice to deepen their experience.

Gravity Yoga = For Flexibility

The Gravity Yoga technique uses “Passive Load Under Tension” to deep stretch the target muscles in a safe static posture. Each unique pose used in this style of Yoga uses three fundamentals:

1) The mind is focused on the target muscles
2) We allow gravity to take us deeper
3) We extend the exhale

We currently teach two sequences:

• Miracle Hips Sequence
• Low Back Relief Sequence

Gravity Yoga appears similar to Yin Yoga but is different because it activates the target muscle before deep stretching it. It is best practiced after exercise or at the end of the day.

The Gravity Yoga technique uses “Passive Load Under Tension” to deep stretch the target muscles in a safe static posture. Each unique pose used in this style of Yoga uses three fundamentals:

1) The mind is focused on the target muscles
2) We allow gravity to take us deeper
3) We extend the exhale

We currently teach two sequences:

• Miracle Hips Sequence
• Low Back Relief Sequence

Gravity Yoga appears similar to Yin Yoga but is different because it activates the target muscle before deep stretching it. It is best practiced after exercise or at the end of the day.

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Hear what Lucinda has to say about Gravity Yoga…

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