We’re changing the way we categorise and describe our ‘vinyasa’ classes as we recognise that it’s too broad a term that has led to confusion.
Our new class styles are as follows:
A flowing practice at a pace which allows for greater focus on alignment, breath and precision of movement. Despite the gentler pace, Slow Flow can still be a challenging class and different levels still apply. Depending on the level and teacher, Slow Flow classes may include some breath work, philosophy and meditation practice.
A dynamic, flowing practice that moves fluidly from pose to pose. With a focus on linking the breath to movement, you can expect creative, challenging, energetic sequences, usually set to inspiring music. Classes can be more or less physically challenging depending on the teacher and level. Not suitable for beginners.
Yoga classes which do not adhere to any particular style or sequence. While generally based around posture practice, these classes often delve more deeply into the subtle ‘inner’ practices of yoga, including breath work and meditation, exploring how the range of yoga practices can help quieten the busy mind and encourage greater peace and happiness.
All of our teachers still bring their unique style and teaching experience to their classes, so to get a better idea of a teacher’s still, check out their bio – or better still, give their class a try.