Vinyasa Flow/Dynamic Flow
The word vinyasa can be translated as “arranging in a special way”.
In a Vinyasa Flow class, students coordinate movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next. Great if you’re already familiar with yoga, designed to build strength, improve flexibility and encourage a sense of focus and quietness.
To deepen your practice even more join my Dynamic Flow classes, and challenge yourself throughout a continuous flow of twists, backbends and balance poses.
A slow-paced passive practice where the postures are held for a longer period of time anything from 1 to 5 minutes. It is the perfect way to unwind both the mind and body allowing for a restful sleep. Yin Yoga postures apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body, increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility.
Gentle Yoga Flow
A gentle and rejuvenating yoga class at a slow and steady pace aimed at opening up space in the body, releasing tension and relaxing the mind.
Appropriate for a wide spectrum of practitioners – but not necessarily an “easy” one. Poses are mainly floor-based, reclined or seated with few standing ones.
Perfectly suited for beginners and and first timers, this class unfolds the foundations of yoga postures (asanas) and breath control (pranayama). You will get the perfect alignment for each pose and the basis to build your own practice.
Yoga therapy targets the practice to a particular condition in a particular person. It may be used in one-to-one sessions or in small therapy groups and will usually include practising specifically designed series of postures, breathing techniques and meditation. Common ailments that can be prevented and symptoms that can be reduced are: joint and muscoloskeletal disorders, such as arthritis, sciatica, back pain; cardiovascular diseases, such as high blood pressure; respiratory disorders, such as asthma and sinusitis; digestive disorders; obesity; diabetes; thyroid disorders; infertility; stress; anxiety; depression.