What to expect
Vinyasa is a powerful and creative form of yoga that synchronizes breath and movement. Generally, each movement in and out of a posture is made on an inhalation or exhalation, so the yoga unites the breath with the movement in a choreographed sequence.
The class will begin with gentler movements to warm up the body, then into progressively more challenging flowing sequences. These may include balances, inversions and peak poses. Ending with calmer, deeper stretches, and floor-based asana practice. It offers gentle alternatives for 9:30 am non heated classes and more dynamic and challenging sequences for 5:45 pm slightly heated classes.
The positive benefits of the practice
All Classes are 75minsOffers strength training Improves balance and flexibility Relieves stressIncrease cardiovascular DetoxificationImproves breathing techniques
All classes are 75 minutes.
Please bring a yoga mat and a towel. These items are available for rent/purchase at the studio.
Avoid eating a heavy meal 2 hours prior to the class. A light snack is fine, but avoid having a full stomach.
These classes are HEATED & UNHEATED.
Wear clothing you can comfortably move in. Longer pants and top are ideal for yin yoga.
To have the best experience please arrive early. Doors open 30 minutes before classes start and close 2 minutes before the scheduled class time. This is to ensure all classes run on time and to keep the building secure while sessions are running. Latecomers will not be admitted.
Please inform your teacher of any injuries or health problems you may have. Having injuries should not stop you from practicing your yoga, however by informing your teachers it will help them to be able to guide you accordingly.
Minimum age to participate in the 60 minute yin yoga classes is 12 years old. These children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian during the class. All children under the age of 16 years are required to have their registration form co-signed by a parent or guardian. We reserve the right to refuse admission if these requirements are not met.
There is no need to book. If it is your first time please turn up at least 15 minutes before class.
It is perfectly fine to practice Vinyasa during pregnancy, but please inform your teacher before class so they can better guide and assist you.