Emi’s harmonium playing and chanting are one of the most powerful and beloved parts of her Dharma classes at Indaba. She has hosted several Kirtan workshops with us, raising money for charity.
This class places emphasis on the core, building strength and mobility in the shoulders and legs through a firm core foundation. You can expect a challenging core warm-up and lots of fun twists.
Join David for this short and complete practice to get the body moving and release tension. Expect gentle stretches, twists and variations on sun salutations, always moving in time with the breath.
Pranayama, meditation and reflection upon current events and the state of the world are regular features in his classes. Expect to be asked to strictly adhere to traditional yogic breathing techniques and postures, and to be challenged beyond what you may have experienced in previous classes!
Join Davide for this short and sweet breathing session, where he will take you through ‘coherent’ breathing where inhales and exhales are the same length.
Explore standing poses using your kitchen counter or table as a tool to enhance the postures. This is a full-body stretch including side bends, twists, spinal extension and flexion, as well as stretching the legs and hips.
Hatha Raja is holistic in its ability to calm and soothe both body and mind. This class commences with recognition and awareness of the full body and breath before slowly flowing through a complete body stretch.
This is a fantastic sequence to move stagnant energy, perhaps from sitting for prolonged periods of time. You are as young as your hips so take care of them by inviting a sense of fluidity and flexibility into your body.
This playful flow with Echo is a great way to boost the heart rate in just 45 minutes. Commencing with invigorating sun salutations, standing postures and whole body opening and strengthening sequences.
Activate and awaken the whole core body with this fun and challenging sequence with David. With variations on heel taps, crunches and much more, you are certain to feel the burn.
Originally trained in Bikram Yoga, Michael is a firm favourite of the Power Hour community, combining an addictive mix of traditional yogic philosophy with anatomy-based insight into how to work towards poses you didn’t think possible.
When you’re starting your journey with crow pose, it can be difficult to find sufficient time in regular vinyasa classes to really perfect your technique and gain the practice required for this arm balancing posture.
Join Lisa for this nourishing practice, the perfect way to connect to your baby and your body. Improve your circulation, awaken the extremities and lightly strengthen the core with this gentle flow.
Today’s class with Ruben focuses on establishing and improving mobility in the hips, working with active stretches such as figure 4 and 90 - 90 position as well as passive stretches like lizard and frog.
This fun and dynamic lunar flow commences with some juicy hip-opening moon salutations with progressive additions. This energising flow is great for those of you who enjoy mandala yoga as well as any vinyasa yoga.
The neck and shoulders are a common area of tension and discomfort as a result of sitting and screen time, but also from weight-bearing during your yoga practice.
Find yourself a comfortable seat and prepare to be guided through the Four Purifications with Leon, which he suggests practising first thing in the morning when you wake up.
Lay back and bask in this delicious Gong session with Athena. Feel free to show up with no props and just yourself, or deck yourself out with a bolster, pillow and blanket for the full relaxation experience.