All my classes are multi-level and open for everyone. I strongly believe yoga is for all. Men, women, younger, older, stretchy, stiff, skinny or not, you are very welcome to join and take time to reconnect with your inner self.

Classic Hatha

This is a beginner friendly class where we’ll do basic yoga poses and build strength and flexibility in a gentle way. We’ll hold the poses for a bit longer which will give you a chance to really get into the pose. It’ll be a slower paced practice where you’ll learn more about the alignment and how to make proper adjustments for your body. We’ll also do some basic breathing techniques (Pranayama) and short seated meditations. Although it’s a good place to get to know yoga, it’s also a good chance for intermediate and advanced practitioners to deepen and refine their practice.

Slow Flow

In this class we’ll take the classical poses and creatively connect them into a flowing movement. We’ll move slowly with the breath, work on stability, flexibility and strength which will leave you feeling calm and refreshed. The class is beginner friendly but is also suitable for intermediate students who want to slow it down and dive deeper into their practice.

Dynamic flow

This style is an upgrade of the slow flow and it’s suitable for everyone, from beginners to advanced yogis! We’ll pick up the pace, get our heart rates up and build strength and flexibility, but we’re going to do it in a mindful way. We’ll use our breath to move from pose to pose but as in all other classes, many options will be given to suit every individual.

Restorative

Restorative yoga is the softest practice of yoga. It’s great way for anyone who needs to relax, cool and restore after a busy day. We’ll allow our bodies to slow down, open it through full and deep passive stretching and balance our nervous system. We’ll do around 5 poses of light twists, seated forward folds and gentle backbends. This practice will help you quiet your mind and get your energy back. It’s ideal for beginners and those recovering form illness or injury. 

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra or yogic sleep is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping and is suitable for everyone. It’s one of the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full awareness and is said that 30 minutes of Yoga Nidra is equivalent to 2-4 hours of REM sleep. In this class you rest comfortably in Shavasana (corpse pose), listening to my instructions while I guide you into deep relaxation. Yoga Nidra is a simple way to minimize tension, relax the mind, release stress and awaken creativity.