When the Indaba community rallies around a class, you know it’s something special. Explore popular launches from July that will help you explore new skills and deepen your practice.
Many people fear 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.
If working from home has left you feeling tense and tight in your upper body, this is the class for you! Elisa brings a gentle and soft flow with plenty of exercises to stretch and relieve tension in your shoulders and neck.
Join Davide for this short and sweet class focused on building strength and mobility within your legs, glutes, hips and calves. Lower body strength is so important in yoga to support you during your warrior poses and balances.
Enjoy this gentle exploration of your body as you stretch through the whole body. Aim in this practice not to attain new advanced postures, but to feel intensely how your body is and how it moves. You can expect to leave this class feeling relaxed, reset and ready to go about your day.
This class works into splits, twists, binds, core work and balancing postures, but the focus is on intention and control. There are opportunities for arm balances and inversions if you choose to take them, but it is certainly not the end goal.
Miles is one of the newer Indaba teachers and he brings his trademark calm, grounding style to this Ashtanga class, one of the most dynamic and traditional yoga practices.
Whether you have been doing yoga for a short 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 techniques and draws on principles from Forrest Yoga for warm-up stretches and core exercises.
Vinyasa, means to move the body in synchronisation with the breath, and this special edition Vinyasa Flow class with Elisa explores backbends as a means to find space and freedom in the body.
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.
This a 45 minute sequences suitable for beginners and those wishing to revisit the foundations of their practice. In this video we will explore the foundations of breath, grounding and movement with focus on establishing safe alignment.
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!
This 45 minute vinyasa sequence is designed to strengthen your core. With slow and mindful transitions you will get the opportunity to warm up the body from within and to pay attention to your alignment, making the sequence work for you.