Yoga Styles

Hatha Yoga

The word “ha” means sun, “ta” means moon, meaning the Yoga to bring balance between the sun and the moon in you.

If you consciously get your body into different postures, you can also elevate your consciousness.

Hatha is great for a wide variety of people and the perfect practice if you are a beginner as you do not need much prior knowledge or experience to hit the mat

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Yoga Nidra

Also known as sleep with awareness, Yoga Nidra is a guided full-body relaxation inducing a deep meditative state.

Following a basic limber and a few restorative poses and by use of techniques such as guided imagery and body scanning which will aid in relaxation, allowing a generous length of time in Savasana (lying down on your back, with appropriate support) for you to sink into your Yoga Nidra physically and mentally.

Kundalini

in-training watch this space

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Pranayama & Mediation

In yoga, pranayama is the regulation of the breath through certain techniques and exercises.

The “Pranayama and Meditation” class involves simple, preparatory stretches, a selection of breath exercises, and accessible meditation techniques.

You will be guided through ways to sit comfortably and access a stillness of mind which will bring you clarity and serenity.