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Aerial Yoga.

We’re all comfortable on our mat, but sometimes we may want to welcome new challenges. Enter aerial yoga, which is also referred to as anti-gravity yoga and is a combination of the art of aerial silks and the classic practice of yoga.


It can be scary at first to get off the ground when you’re so used to feeling rooted on the earth. But with practice, being suspended feels just as natural as being grounded.


Vinyasa Flow.

Vinyasa yoga where poses are linked together with the breath in a flowing sequence. 

  • The steady cycle of inhales and exhales provides you with a calming, mental focal point.

  • The continual movements, from one pose to another, gives you an added cardiovascular benefit creating internal heat. 

  • Increased strength and flexibility – whether slow or fast-paced, Vinyasa classes are a great workout for your body.


Gentle Flow.

Gentle Flow Yoga is is slow pace flow class incorporating gentle stretching and strengthening movements which are performed in a sequence, concentrating in for maximum benefits. Awareness of the breath helps to calm the mind and enables you to move deeper into the stretches. Great for beginners and anyone wanting to restore their internal balance.

Yoga Mats

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga yoga is a dynamic, set sequence of poses, breathing, and focal points, that emphasize the flow and breath between movements. Ashtanga focuses on breath, poses, and meditation. A regular yoga practice can improve your flexibility, breathing, and balance. It can increase your stamina, bone density and muscle strength.

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