Jessica comes from a dancing background and is an experienced yoga teacher, specialising in Dharma Yoga. Her devoted students enjoy her attention to minute detail and her ability to cater to all ability levels.
Zaz will be taking you through this yoga sequence to activate your core and release tension, finding strength and grace in our movements, so that we can take those elements off the mat and into our lives.
Stewart’s Yogasana classes involve a fast-paced and energising flow, incorporating opportunities for arm balances and inversions. Stewart is an advanced teacher, having studied multiple lineages of yoga and his teaching methods reflect this.
Whether you have been doing yoga for some time or it is your first time on the mat, you are very welcome in Giulia’s class. She begins the class with traditional pranayama and draws on principles from Forrest Yoga for warm-up stretches and core exercises.
In this Mandala Vinyasa class , we make a circle or travel 360 degrees around the mat through a four part sequence. The sequencing may have a single focus, such as opening the hips, or combine multiple areas of focus.
The Rocket is rooted in the Ashtanga Vinyasa practice so you can expect to put in place breath, bandhas and drishti to nurture a moving meditation environment. This sequence was put together by Larry Schultz to make the Ashtanga Vinyasa practice accessible, fun and with a kick of adventure.
Can yoga really help you to sleep better? This relaxing yoga session designed to help you wind down. This gentle practice is a great remedy to anyone feeling stress, anxiety or tension in the mind or body.
Unless you're one of those cheery morning people who hop out of bed with the sunrise, getting up is tough. But easing into it with these morning yoga poses will help you wake up on the right side of the bed. This practice will leave you feeling open and strong!
Sabina's popular approach to Beginner’s Yoga stems from the Forrest Yoga lineage, with an emphasis on slow and controlled movement, with lots of modifications, verbal adjustments and precise alignment cues.
Many people are intimidated by Dharma Yoga with it’s advanced and dynamic sequences, rife with arm balances, backbends and inversions. Alix, however, has a gentle approach to the practice and makes it accessible to all except complete beginners.
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