Yoga

Yogahome offers yoga classes in a variety of styles and levels, with teachers of different backgrounds.

If you are new to yoga, check out our guide for beginners.

If you are unsure what level class to join, check out our guide to levels.

If you are pre or post natal, visit our pregnancy, birth and beyond section.

As always, feel free to contact us for advice anytime.

Ashtanga yoga

A vigorous practice, moving from pose to pose at a sustained pace.

Expect a workout that builds up strength, flexibility and stamina.

The same sequence of poses, the Primary Series, is repeated in each class so you ultimately commit it to memory and can move on to self-practice.

When fully integrated, the practice becomes like a moving meditation as you no longer need to remember the sequence.

Vinyasa flow yoga

Vinyasa flow yoga is a dynamic practice rooted in Ashtanga yoga principles, where poses are strung together to form one fluid sequence of movement.

Benefits include cardiovascular health, strength building, wide range of motion, stress relief, flexibility and connection with breath.

Expect to move from pose to pose in a creative sequence that changes every time, and often with a musical background.

Some classes will be more vigorous and challenging than others depending on the teacher, who each bring their own influences, so do try them all or contact us for guidance.

Iyengar yoga

A precise and technical style focused on the structural alignment of the body.

You will hold postures statically and use equipment such as blocks and belts to ensure a safe practice while you explore each posture in depth, develop body awareness, build stability and release tension.

Expect strict teachers with a passion for correct alignment.

Slow flow yoga

Slow flow is for anyone seeking attention to detail or in need of a gentler pace while still moving through creative sequences of poses.

An inclusive class, it welcomes beginners as much as advanced practitioners, pregnant women and those recovering from injury.

The slower pace allows for a focus on precision, alignment and breath, letting you make the practice as technical, challenging or gentle as you need it to be, with time given for modifications and options to rest.

Flow & restore yoga

A two-in-one yoga class!

Start with an energetic, dynamic practice, followed by a calming series of relaxing poses, and ending with a deep, long, guided relaxation.

A contrasted and well-balanced class with the benefits of vinyasa flow and restorative yoga packed in a single session!

Yoga & meditation

Accessible to all, the class starts with yoga postures and movements to limber, strengthen and open the body, enabling you to then sit comfortably for meditation, where you will be guided through techniques to focus and eventually quieten the mind.

A well-rounded class covering the essence of yoga practice: training and uniting body, mind and spirit.

Pranayama & meditation

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

Our “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, concentrate, and access a stillness of mind that, even if only achieved for a few moments, will bring you clarity and serenity.

A class for everyone.

Different teachers bring different approaches and methods to the class.

Yin yoga

A quiet practice involving prolonged stretching.

Postures are held for 3 minutes or more to open into the thicker layers of connective tissue around the joints.

During this time, we develop attentiveness and refine our awareness of our physical, energetic, emotional and mental states.

Yin yoga is a great complement to dynamic (yang) styles and is recommended to anyone in need of deep stretching.

It is therefore not recommended for those with hypermobility, spinal disc issues or joints issues, and not suitable in pregnancy.

Restorative yoga

A practice dedicated to relaxation, using props to fully support the body in restful poses so that body and mind are progressively trained to let go.

The body is gently, passively stretched and re-aligned, and the mind is allowed time to rest, leaving you feeling open, nurtured and refreshed.

Some teachers incorporate sound healing into this class, using singing bowls and to aid relaxation.

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

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