Using a variety of gentle hip openers such as lunges and forward folds, combined with Echo’s soothing and careful guidance, is sure to leave you in a deep state of peace and relaxation. The perfect practice to quiet an overactive mind.
Sindy has trained in a wide range of yoga styles including Bikram and with Stewart Gilchrist, and has been teaching for over 10 years. She incorporates her vast knowledge into each class and strives to make each practitioner feel safe and welcome, with variations given to suit all.
Wake up gently and mindfully with Kat with this short morning routine, bringing awareness and attention to your body and your surroundings. Starting from the feet and moving up, you will awaken your body bit by bit until you emerge standing, ready to start your day.
Join Elisa for this short session in which you will connect your core to your legs, arms and shoulders. This is not so much a flow as a chance to use postures such as boat pose and plank variations to really feel and activate your whole core.
Release tension across the face, jaw, neck after a day of mask-wearing and Zoom-calling. A moment to ease away from constant stimulation through the tenderness of touch. Rest your head. Rest your mind.
This fun and playful class with Arianna includes arm balances such as crow, pincha and complete balances like skandasana, eagle, headstand and full moon pose. Culminate in a series of backbend variations to wind yourself down to final resting pose.
Begin by stretching and mobilising your ankles before firing up your leg muscles, calves, inner thighs and core! Variations on squats, lunges and balances will be sure to fire up your whole lower body.
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.
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.
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.