Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter the flame.

- BKS Iyengar

Yoga is an ancient art and science based on a harmonising system of development. Yoga is about creating union between the body, mind and spirit.

The word “yoga” comes from the Sanskrit root yuj, which means “to join” or “to yoke” and is commonly interpreted to mean ‘union’ or ‘connection’. The study and practise of yoga will lead you to understand your body and your self on a deeper level. It will give you a sense of wholeness and connectedness.

The benefits one can gain from yoga will vary person to person. We aim to share its many gifts and allow you to discover the magic it holds for you.

Our space is intended for people of all experience levels to practice and develop their knowledge and understanding of not just yoga, but self and others too. Integrate yoga as a lifestyle and allow it to enrich your life both on and off the mat.

“That’s why it’s called a practice. We have to practice a practice if it is to become of value.”

- Peace Pilgram

We believe in giving back to the community and supporting those in need. We’ll run at least one donation based community class each week where all profits are given to our charity partner School for Life Foundation. If you would like to make a donation or find out more information, please click here.

Flow, traditionally called Vinyasa because of the smooth way that the poses run together, is one of the most popular contemporary styles of yoga.

Flow classes string poses together to make a sequence. Each movement is synchronized to a breath. The breath is given primacy, acting as an anchor as you move from one pose to the next, creating a connection between poses in a flowing sequence.

Vinyasa yoga can be done in both a heated and non-heated environment and allows you to feel invigorated and rejuvenated through sequences that can challenge and encourage you to do away with things that don’t matter.

Qi means “life-force”. This is the same life-giving energy represented by Prana in yogaor Chi in oriental medicine.

Qi classes work towards increasing and balancing the energy flow of the body. Japanese yoga is founded on Hatha yoga poses and dynamic breath work, combined with other traditional oriental therapies.

This is a very accessible and therapeutic style of yoga for all body types and capabilities. It is more about enabling our bodies to function better which,therefore leads to transformation of our health, vitality and wisdom.

Whether your kids are new to the world of yoga or understand the deepest aspects, our classes give them a chance to learn, develop skills to focus and mature through a spiritual and meditative process. Kids will feel more calm and balanced as a result of implementing yoga into their lives.

Hatha Yoga is a nourishing and slow-paced approach inspired by traditional yoga practices appropriate for all ages and levels. The word Hatha can be translated to the sun (ha) and the moon (tha), representing the two opposing energies merging as one. This sense of balance is exactly what Hatha yoga is all about. Hatha is a gentle way to build strength, agility and decompress.

A typical Hatha yoga class includes deliberate lengthened poses, encouraging deep breaths and total alignment. During each pose, the teacher will give students detailed alignment cues, giving you the opportunity to truly understand the pose and your body within it.

Hatha yoga is all about ridding your body of stress and tightness. You will focus on breath and meditation, while incorporating forward and backward bends, twists, inversions and expansion of the joints. You may not build up a sweat, but you will certainly leave class feeling relaxed, loose and rejuvenatied.

As with all yoga styles, Hatha yoga can be physically challenging, but its softer approach means it is equally perfect for both the seasoned yogi and the absolute beginner.

Ashtanga/Iyengar fusion is based around incorporating the discipline of the Ashtanga sequence and vinyasa’s, with the alignment principles from Iyengar yoga.

This class will focus heavily on the correct alignment and technique of every posture, and will continually challenge you. Each posture will be broken down into steps, making it accessible to everyone who attends. Once a strong foundation is built, these classes will give you the techniques and tips to develop and accelerate your yoga practice to the next level.

The Astanga/Iyengar fusion technique is quite rigorous and energetic, and is fantastic for building core strength and toning your body.

Yogalates combines Pilates exercises with the postures and breathing techniques of yoga. Yogalates is a wonderful combination of the two styles, marrying strength and flexibility with peace and inspiring its practitioners.

Yogalates is generally designed to accommodate all walks of life at any ability and fitness level as moves are able to be adjusted and adapted to suit your needs.

Yin yoga is a slow-paced and wonderfully healing style of yoga.

The moves are a lot more passive and floor based so are ideal for those with limited mobility. It is an emotionally restorative approach as the slow and deliberate poses give you the chance to sink into the movement and self heal.

The postures (or asanas), are held for longer periods of time – usually anything from around 45 seconds up to five minutes or more.

Suitable to almost all levels and abilities, Yin is the perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles.

Yin Yoga generally targets the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine making it XXX.

Flow, traditionally called Vinyasa because of the smooth way that the poses run together, is one of the most popular contemporary styles of yoga.

Flow classes string poses together to make a sequence. Each movement is synchronized to a breath. The breath is given primacy, acting as an anchor as you move from one pose to the next, creating a connection between poses in a flowing sequence.

Vinyasa yoga can be done in both a heated and non-heated environment and allows you to feel invigorated and rejuvenated through sequences that can challenge and encourage you to do away with things that don’t matter.

Ashtanga/Iyengar fusion is based around incorporating the discipline of the Ashtanga sequence and vinyasa’s, with the alignment principles from Iyengar yoga.

This class will focus heavily on the correct alignment and technique of every posture, and will continually challenge you. Each posture will be broken down into steps, making it accessible to everyone who attends. Once a strong foundation is built, these classes will give you the techniques and tips to develop and accelerate your yoga practice to the next level.

The Astanga/Iyengar fusion technique is quite rigorous and energetic, and is fantastic for building core strength and toning your body.

Qi means “life-force”. This is the same life-giving energy represented by Prana in yogaor Chi in oriental medicine.

Qi classes work towards increasing and balancing the energy flow of the body. Japanese yoga is founded on Hatha yoga poses and dynamic breath work, combined with other traditional oriental therapies.

This is a very accessible and therapeutic style of yoga for all body types and capabilities. It is more about enabling our bodies to function better which,therefore leads to transformation of our health, vitality and wisdom.

Yogalates combines Pilates exercises with the postures and breathing techniques of yoga. Yogalates is a wonderful combination of the two styles, marrying strength and flexibility with peace and inspiring its practitioners.

Yogalates is generally designed to accommodate all walks of life at any ability and fitness level as moves are able to be adjusted and adapted to suit your needs.

Whether your kids are new to the world of yoga or understand the deepest aspects, our classes give them a chance to learn, develop skills to focus and mature through a spiritual and meditative process. Kids will feel more calm and balanced as a result of implementing yoga into their lives.

Yin yoga is a slow-paced and wonderfully healing style of yoga.

The moves are a lot more passive and floor based so are ideal for those with limited mobility. It is an emotionally restorative approach as the slow and deliberate poses give you the chance to sink into the movement and self heal.

The postures (or asanas), are held for longer periods of time – usually anything from around 45 seconds up to five minutes or more.

Suitable to almost all levels and abilities, Yin is the perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles.

Yin Yoga generally targets the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine making it XXX.

Hatha Yoga is a nourishing and slow-paced approach inspired by traditional yoga practices appropriate for all ages and levels. The word Hatha can be translated to the sun (ha) and the moon (tha), representing the two opposing energies merging as one. This sense of balance is exactly what Hatha yoga is all about. Hatha is a gentle way to build strength, agility and decompress.

A typical Hatha yoga class includes deliberate lengthened poses, encouraging deep breaths and total alignment. During each pose, the teacher will give students detailed alignment cues, giving you the opportunity to truly understand the pose and your body within it.

Hatha yoga is all about ridding your body of stress and tightness. You will focus on breath and meditation, while incorporating forward and backward bends, twists, inversions and expansion of the joints. You may not build up a sweat, but you will certainly leave class feeling relaxed, loose and rejuvenatied.

As with all yoga styles, Hatha yoga can be physically challenging, but its softer approach means it is equally perfect for both the seasoned yogi and the absolute beginner.

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Our regular classes are enhanced by workshops, trainings and events that will cover a wide range of topics that support the integration of yoga principles and conscious raising practices into your life.

If you seek peace, be still. If you seek wisdom, be silent. If you seek love, be yourself.

- Becca Lee

Yoga is for everyone!

You don’t have to be flexible or fit to practice yoga. No matter your age, gender, level of experience or fitness, we’ve got a class to suit. Discover the many benefits of yoga for yourself.

DID YOU KNOW THAT YOGA CAN:

  • Develop musculoskeletal strength, endurance & flexibility
  • Improve cardiovascular & respiratory efficiency
  • Posture affect the muscles, joints, skin, chakras & meridians
  • Balance the whole body – glands, nerves, internal organs, bones, respiration & the brain
  • Help to reduce stress, anxiety & fatigue by soothing the nervous system
  • Calm the mind and helps with concentration
  • Increase energy, vitality & athletic ability
  • Help with sleep, immunity & weight loss

READY TO ATTEND A CLASS? HERE’S HOW IT WORKS

Make sure you visit our timetable and book in advance so you don’t miss out. All classes require prebooking online as we can’t guarantee spots will still be available on the day.

If it’s your first class, please arrive 10 minutes early and let us know so we can show you the ropes. Make sure you wear clothing that is comfortable and allows movement.

We’ve got mats and towels available for use, but feel free to bring your own.