The foundation of this class will be "Brahmani-Vinyasa" style, which uses different flowing sequences each week covering a wide variety of themes. There is a lot of emphasis on personal freedom within the instructions and our philosophy is to guide you to... more »
This is a guided class with the teacher calling out the names of the asanas of the Primary Series. The class is suitable for students who cannot complete the whole series but it is not suitable for complete beginners. Corrections and adjustments will be... more »
This class is designed for students who have experience with the primary series but do not feel completely comfortable attending either the Led Primary. Within these sessions the teacher will explore different aspects of the Primary Series. Some classes... more »
This class is designed for complete beginners with little or no experience of yoga or Ashtanga. You will learn the breathing and other techniques used in Ashtanga as well as getting a good introduction to the Primary Series. If you have done a little yoga... more »
This general level class contains asana practice, pranayama, chanting, philosophy, meditation, and awareness. The teaching emphasis is always on being present, savouring the practice, being true to the innate body wisdom, and learning how to integrate... more »
This class will focus on a blissful sequence of tranquil, restful postures that will relax and restore you. Simple exercises and postures to help in self awareness, relaxing our body, relieving stress and bringing healing to the body, mind and self.... more »
This class is passive in nature. You will spend more time working deeply on the connective tissues of the ligaments, fascia, joints and bones and the energetic channels of the meridians, nerves and blood system.
By having lubricated, flexible joints, yang... more »
This is a dynamic yoga practice with emphasis on exploration and biomechanics (healthy alignments and movements of the body). The aim is to make the practice safe but nurturing.
Each class has a physical theme and we’ll go through the anatomy for this and... more »