All classes are based on a vinyasa practice.  Vinyasa translates to flow, meaning breath-snychronised postures that are sequenced in such a way that you move from one to the next seamlessly.  This can be mentally and physically challenging and rewarding, as you learn the way in which your body responds to this type of movement.  It also allows you to experience postures differently, as you pay attention to the flow of your breath.

No two classes are the same, although there are similar elements within each, allowing you to learn and discover how beautifully and wonderfully made you are each time you practice.

Modifications are offered in all classes.

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Class Descriptions

Mindful Mechanics

A class that focuses on body awareness.   It is designed for new students who are looking to tune into their bodies or regular practitioners who are wanting to learn more about their own practice and what feels right for their body.  Suitable for all levels, especially those who are looking to discover more about the wonders of the human body and its subtleties.

Vinyasa Flow

A vinyasa class that emphasises breath-synchronized movement and allows students to spend time noticing how their body responds to different postures each week.  It is designed for students who are looking to move with the flow and challenge themselves each week.  Suitable for all levels, who enjoy the physical and mental challenge of yoga.

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Weekly Wellbeing Term 1 2023

Term 1 2023 sign up for Weekly Wellbeing is now open!

When you sign up you will receive 10 Petite Practices plus 10 pranayama practices delivered to your inbox each Monday morning. Petite practices are 20 – 30 minutes and are a combination of vinyasa flow and mindful mechanics. Pranayama practices cover a range of breath work. Classes will be viewed on YouTube through a link or via a QR code.

Classes will begin on Monday 16th January.


Class TypePrice
10 x Weekly Wellbeing Sessions delivered each Monday to your inbox$110

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Weekly Wellbeing

10 Petite Practices plus 10 Pranayama Practices


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