Vinyasa
These sessions are suited to people looking to add a degree of  intensity to their practice. There will be opportunities to challenge your strength, build stamina and help develop more pliability and lightness within your body, mind and heart. The emphasis in each class is equally on both your breathing, mindfulness as well as your alignment.
In the cooler months the room is heated.
These classes leave you feeling centred, rinsed out and uplifted.


Yin
This practice is designed to help you sit longer, and more comfortably, in meditation by stretching connective tissue around the joints (mainly the knees, pelvis, sacrum, and spine). A passive practice, Yin Yoga involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held for 3 to 5 minutes, accessing deeper layers of fascia. Yin Yoga was originally introduced by Paulie Zink. Taoists would say yang practice removes qi stagnation as it cleanses and strengthens our bodies and our minds.
The emphasis is fewer postures and stillness, can be blissfull in our fast moving days.


Basics
These sessions are designed in a way that is grounded, easeful and peaceful. The focus is on breath, strength as well as flexibility.
Perfect for people who are new, want to ease back in to yoga or looking for a gentle practice.


Yin-Yasa
The intention for this class is to create a balanced blend of both Yin and Yang postures.
A portion of this class will be dedicated to learning how to be still and slowing down. The other portion is infused with traditional postures for core-toning and strength-building as well as paying homage to the much loved Vinyasa. 
Your body will feel free and open, releasing deeply-stored tension at the same time nicely invigorated. Enjoy!
A perfect way to end your day.


Gentle
This gentle and rejuvenating class is great for people who are prepared to slow things right down. . . .
In each session we will begin to open the body with slow movements. This will prepare us for a gentle flow at a much slower pace that intends to warm the body. We will move into a few standing and balance poses, then easing into some floor based poses with a meditation at the end.


Practising regularly in any of these sessions will help develop balance, strength, and vitality as well as creating nourishment for your body, mind and heart.