Private Classes

Private classes are available for all my different styles of yoga classes and can include inversions like headstands and handstands one-to-one classes, tailored to your needs and goals for faster results and improvements.

Vinyasa Yoga

Is a style of yoga characterised by weaving postures or movements together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using your breath. Put all this together and Vinyasa, is a breath initiated practice...

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a slower, more meditative practice to compliment yang styles of yoga. This is a floor-based practice where we hold postures for several minutes to release tension from target areas within the body...

Power Flow Yoga

Power yoga is a general term used to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Power yoga incorporates the athleticism of Ashtanga, including lots of vinyasas...

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. During the holds of restorative yoga poses your muscles are allowed to relax deeply. It's a unique...

Corporate Yoga

I offer corporate Yoga, Mindfulness and Meditation classes in studio or on-site if required which are tailored to your company's need and designed to suit both men and women of all ages and fitness

Kids Yoga

Yoga and mindfulness offer psychological benefits for children as well. A growing body of research has already shown that yoga can improve focus, memory, self-esteem, academic performance...

Vinyasa Yoga

Is a style of yoga characterised by weaving postures or movements together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using your breath. Put all this together and Vinyasa, is a breath initiated practice, that connects every action of our life with the intention of moving towards what is sacred, or most important to us. Though Vinyasa flow yoga will give you notice of an increase to your endurance and stamina. Once you begin a daily practice of yoga your muscles get stronger and stretch and your body can heal itself. Increased stamina also provides better balance and coordination. It also relieves tension and tightness in the body whilst calming the mind

Yoga Flow can generally be defined as a yoga class that incorporates energetic movement through a series of asanas (yoga postures), by which the student experiences a sense of fluid physical motion. Commonly referred to as “flow” yoga, Vinyasa, also called “flow” because of the smooth way that the poses run together, is one of the most popular contemporary styles of yoga. Vinyasa Yoga Flow helps build and maintain strong bones, muscles and connective tissue to maintain a high metabolism, healthy posture, and an active and alive body. I always finish my classes with a Yoga Nidra guided meditation to float out after our practice.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a slower, more meditative practice to compliment yang styles of yoga. This is a floor-based practice where we hold postures for several minutes to release tension from target areas within the body. This practice aids in restoring the health of our bodies tissue and maintaining the natural mobility of our joints. Energetically it helps to open up the meridian system. Opening up the flow of energy and supporting our mental health. Each posture is a chance to have a mini meditation and explore stillness. Yin Yoga is available to every single body. There is always a shape to suit your needs.

Power Flow Yoga

Power yoga is a general term used to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Power yoga incorporates the athleticism of Ashtanga, including lots of vinyasas (series of poses done in sequence) but gives room to teach the poses in any order, making every class different.

Power Flow Yoga is a powerful, energetic form of yoga where students fluidly move from one pose to the next while connecting their breathing to their movements. This type of yoga is a vigorous and revitalizing form of physical fitness.

I always finish my classes with a Yoga Nidra guided meditation to float out after our practice.

Restorative yoga

Restorative yoga is a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. During the holds of restorative yoga poses your muscles are allowed to relax deeply. It’s a unique feeling because props, rather than your muscles, are used to support your body. In truth, restorative yoga is simply that – restorative. It is the centering of your breath and body – aligning the physical and mental by practicing stillness or gentle movement for extended periods of time. The props assist in helping you to hold poses longer.

corporate Yoga

I offer corporate Yoga, Mindfulness and Meditation classes in studio or on-site if required which are tailored to your company’s need and designed to suit both men and women of all ages and fitness levels. As well as mixed yoga classes, I can also teach female only and men only classes if required.
My programmes can help you and your employees to increase energy levels, decrease fatigue, strengthen and tone the body and also learn stress relieving techniques through mindfulness and meditation. All of my classes are suitable to those who have been inactive due to work or sports related injury.
By attending a 45 minute lunch class or a one hour before or after work class once or twice per week, I promise that you and your staff will head back to work feeling restored, energized and more focused to deal with the daily activities at work.

KIDS YOGA AND MINDFULNESS

Yoga and mindfulness offer psychological benefits for children as well. A growing body of research has already shown that yoga can improve focus, memory, self-esteem, academic performance, and classroom behaviour, and can even reduce anxiety and stress in children.
Introducing yoga to your children helps establish healthy habits at an early age. Yoga can enhance your child’s strength, coordination and flexibility, while encouraging body awareness and self-esteem. It can reduce your child’s anxiety and stress and promote a sense of calmness.
Children can begin as early as age three or four. Little ones respond best when yoga is presented as play. Postures that require balance, strength and coordination may be challenging. The support you give your child instils trust, confidence and self-esteem.
At this age, mindfulness practice can also help children in school. Other studies have shown that mindfulness can be especially helpful to children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and also reduce children’s aggression, anxiety and stress.

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