Our Yoga Styles
We focus on a small range of different yoga styles for our classes, including Hatha Yoga, Hatha Vinyasa, Slow Gentle Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Yoga For Healthy Minds.
Slow Gentle Yoga
Based on Hatha Yoga our slow gentle yoga classes are engaging and enjoyable and incorporate all the elements of a well balanced yoga class. Each class includes a series of yoga postures and movements to help restore balance in your body and renew your energy.Learn More
Our Hatha Yoga classes are similar to our Slow Gentle Yoga classes but take a more classical approach to the practice of the physical postures (asanas) and yogic breathing (pranayama). They are gentle yoga classes in which each traditional asana is guided with care so that you learn how to adapt the pose to you and your body in a comfortable way.Learn More
Critical Alignment Yoga
Critical Alignment Yoga (CAY) and Therapy (CAT) is a practical and effective method that was founded by Gert van Leeuwen in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and is currently practiced in several countries worldwide.Learn More
In our Hatha Vinyasa yoga classes traditional yoga postures (asanas) are linked together with flowing movements that are connected with the rhythm of the breath. This is a very enjoyable and fluid way to practice yoga that is also gentle and adaptable to different students.Learn More
These restful classes are about going deep into yourself and exploring practices that support inner peace.
During the class you will be guided through the practices of Pranayama, Yoga Nidra and Chakra Meditation. Attention is drawn to connecting with your heart center and learning to feel a more healing energy through your body.Learn More
Yoga For Healthy Minds
Based on Hatha Yoga this gentle yoga class is for everyone interested in useful ways to promote their own mental wellbeing, and for people who may struggle with difficult thoughts, feelings and emotions.Learn More
Yoga Playgroup For Kids
You and your kids will love with these fun, playful classes that include yoga and breathing games, dancing, movement and imagination, along with some easy relaxation, meditation and mindfulness techniques.Learn More