My classes are small, this allows me to give students more time and attention, particularly those who are new to yoga or those of limited ability. I teach basically 4 classes, these range from yoga for beginners to more advanced Students.

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Yogasana

Classes will cover the basics and are suitable for complete beginners, if it is your first ever yoga class then this is the class for you.

Hatha Yoga

is the oldest and most popular form of Yoga, all other forms and styles of yoga are derived from Hatha yoga.  Hatha yoga aims to purify the body and the mind, this is achieved through the use of asanas (posture), pranayama (breath control). 

Vinyasa Flow

this form of Yoga combines breath with movement. 
You move from one posture into another using your breath to 
synchronise your practise. An example of vinyasa are the Sun 
Salutations, where one posture flows into the next. 

Power Yoga

this form of Yoga is a vigorous, fitness-based approach. 
Power Yoga does not follow a set down series of poses as for example Ashtanga Yoga, this allows for greater freedom so each class can vary from class to class. The emphasis in a power class is strength
and flexibility.