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Hatha Yoga

The Hatha Yoga program guides students through a progressive series of asanas (postures) that systematically improves flexibility and strength, while relieving chronic muscular tension due to stress. This unique system of alignment-based Hatha Yoga has a wide scope of benefits, such as improving structural alignment, increasing strength and flexibility, reducing stress, regulating the breath and balancing the flow of vital energy. Close attention is given to learning precise technique and alignment to maximize the benefits and minimize injury risk. Once the form is learned, the students just follow the calm guidance of the teacher while coordinating their breath with the movements in a rhythmic flow.

The Hatha 1 classes are suitable for beginners as the practices can be adapted to meet the physical needs of each student. Hatha 2 and Vinyasa are more challenging classes suitable for experienced practitioners only.

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Ashtanga Mysore Style

This is the traditional method of learning the Ashtanga Yoga system, and is the way that Sri K. Pattabhi Jois taught in Mysore – hence the name “Mysore style.” In a self-practice class each student works at their own pace with assistance and adjustment from the teacher as and when necessary – almost like a private lesson in a class situation. The Ashtanga series are learnt and committed to memory, posture by posture, with new postures being added as and when the student is ready, so that most of the time the student works without being “guided” by a teacher. Self-practice classes, therefore, always have students of mixed abilities working side-by-side. Complete beginners are welcome.

There are no specific start times for classes. You can show up when it suits you, as long as you leave enough time to finish your full practice. When first starting you will probably need to allow about 45 minutes for your practice, eventually building up to one-and-a-half to two-hours once the full series of postures is learned.

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Full Primary Led

This is a led class that follows the traditional Sanskrit count through the entire Ashtanga Primary Series. This class is for experienced practitioners only. Please allow for 90 minutes to complete the class.

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Vinyasa

These are dynamic classes characterized by strong sequences that cover a wide scope of intermediate and advanced-level postures. These energetic series of postures have a detoxifying effect and leave the body feeling healthy, light and strong. These classes are most suitable for experienced practitioners.

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Hatha Yoga

The Hatha Yoga program guides students through a progressive series of asanas (postures) that systematically improves flexibility and strength, while relieving chronic muscular tension due to stress. This unique system of alignment-based Hatha Yoga has a wide scope of benefits, such as improving structural alignment, increasing strength and flexibility, reducing stress, regulating the breath and balancing the flow of vital energy. Close attention is given to learning precise technique and alignment to maximize the benefits and minimize injury risk. Once the form is learned, the students just follow the calm guidance of the teacher while coordinating their breath with the movements in a rhythmic flow.

The Hatha 1 classes are suitable for beginners as the practices can be adapted to meet the physical needs of each student. Hatha 2 and Vinyasa are more challenging classes suitable for experienced practitioners only.

Attend a Class →

Ashtanga Mysore Style

This is the traditional method of learning the Ashtanga Yoga system, and is the way that Sri K. Pattabhi Jois taught in Mysore – hence the name “Mysore style.” In a self-practice class each student works at their own pace with assistance and adjustment from the teacher as and when necessary – almost like a private lesson in a class situation. The Ashtanga series are learnt and committed to memory, posture by posture, with new postures being added as and when the student is ready, so that most of the time the student works without being “guided” by a teacher. Self-practice classes, therefore, always have students of mixed abilities working side-by-side. Complete beginners are welcome.

There are no specific start times for classes. You can show up when it suits you, as long as you leave enough time to finish your full practice. When first starting you will probably need to allow about 45 minutes for your practice, eventually building up to one-and-a-half to two-hours once the full series of postures is learned.

Attend a Class →

Full Primary Led

This is a led class that follows the traditional Sanskrit count through the entire Ashtanga Primary Series. This class is for experienced practitioners only. Please allow for 90 minutes to complete the class.

Attend a Class →

Vinyasa

These are dynamic classes characterized by strong sequences that cover a wide scope of intermediate and advanced-level postures. These energetic series of postures have a detoxifying effect and leave the body feeling healthy, light and strong. These classes are most suitable for experienced practitioners.

Attend a Class →

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