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I'm all about balance and trying new things. Yoga comes in all forms and styles and here are the styles that I both practice, and teach. 


Vinyasa means movement linked with breath. sometimes referred to as the “breathing system,” or the union of breath and movement that make up the steps through a yoga sequence.
a gradual progression or a step-by-step approach that systematically and appropriately takes a student from one point and safely lands them at the next point.
vinyasa yoga has it's roots lying in traditional hatha style poses but with a swifter pace.
a dynamic flow from posture to posture. these classes are also often referred to elsewhere as 'flow yoga' or 'power yoga'.

suitable for: intermediate - experienced yogis.


Hatha is your more traditional style of yoga, moving slowly and carefully through each asana (pose) and spending approximately five breaths in that pose to settle and reap the benefits.
Hatha is literally translated to "wilful or powerful" and is intended to align your skin, muscles, and bones. The postures are also designed to open the many channels of the body— especially the main channel, the spine -so that energy can flow freely through the body. 

suitable for: everyone.


Slow moving, long passive holds. A perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular, yang types of power yoga that dominate and target big muscle groups that create heat and fire in the body. 
Yin instead moves slow and generally targets the connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Think lengthening and creating space in the body while moving slowly and carefully. Yin is unique in that you are asked to relax in the posture, soften the muscle and move closer to the bone. Don't be surprised if we stay in some poses for 5 - 20 minutes!

*suitable for: everyone.


Restorative yoga is simply that - restorative. The centring of your breath and body - aligning the physical and mental by practicing stillness or gentle movements for extended periods of time. 
In restorative we use many props ... sometimes all of them. We set and prop ourselves up in poses that you are probably familiar with, however this use of props makes it possible to hold theses shapes for extended periods of time. Allowing the muscles to disengage and for the body to heal, restore and rejuvenate back to full health.  
Restorative yoga is similar to Yin yoga - but not quite the same. 

suitable for: everyone. 
(Particularly great for students who are ill / injured and need a mindful, gentle practice.)


Like a bit of balance? Like to take it easy but also like to earn your rest? This is for you!
Begin with a some Sun salutations and a gentle moving flow of poses before winding your way down to the floor for some resting, cooling and yin style poses to finish your practice and rejuvenate before moving into a well earned and sealing final rest.

suitable for: everyone.


Qualified pre and post natal yoga.
Gentle flows and soothing poses to help calm, repair and restore. All fully safe and guided step by step as the female form transitions through this very special time in her life. 
Also using pranayama breathing techniques and relaxation techniques to bring peace and calm into your body while moving through, and getting comfortable in your body.     

suitable for: pre and post natal women.


Do you like massages? Massage your own way to freedom and ease in your own body using tools such as tennis balls, foam blocks and rollers. 
Targeting myofascial meridian lines in the body as well as our major muscle groups. 
This technique works on breaking down the scar tissue, releasing, relaxing over worked muscles and fascia. It's like learning to massage yourself, finding all those tight, hidden spots and being in control of how much intensity you need to release! 

*suitable for: everyone. 
Great for athletes, runners, gym junkies and those who always seem to 'miss' their post workout stretch. Perfect for anyone who experiences tightness in their body.


Go from a human being doing yoga to a human being yoga.
— Baron Baptiste