Hatha & Vinyasa style classes
A Holistic Approach To Yoga
'Don’t Namastay at Work' - Monday evening 6.15-7pm
'Don’t Namastay in Bed' - Thursday morning 8-8.45am
£6.50 per person - water & mats provided
£4.50 per person for an RCNQ Client
Both Hatha and Vinyasa yoga work to increase flexibility and strength, improve breathing and quiet the mind. Each form of yoga aims to create fitness of the body and mind, though the way to these goals differs. The science of Hatha, or Hatha Vidya, originated in 15th-century India and earned a reputation for purifying the body in preparation for meditation. Vinyasa yoga, also called Ashtanga yoga, is a fast-paced series of postures or asanas that focuses on the flow between movements, rather than individual poses
Because Hatha yoga’s pace is slow and gentle, it is an ideal starting place for people who are new to yoga. One of the more challenging aspects of a yoga practice is combining movements with breathing control, or pranayama; a slow pace assists newcomers in moving correctly with the breath according to Hatha principles. Students of Hatha yoga hold each pose through several breaths; Vinyasa students take one inhale or exhale for each pose.
Vinyasa yoga demands more from the body physically through the poses. This form of yoga is a series of postures that work the cardiovascular system with its flowing movements and quick pace. All of the poses are linked and combined with a rhythm of inhalations and exhalations aimed to build heat in the body.
Yoga Alliance 300hr trained
Having practised yoga for a number of years before training in India, London & Ibiza her style is relaxed & fun, working you out whilst still focusing on the meditative aspect of yoga…