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Hot Yoga is a challenging series yoga postures and breathing exercises conducted in a heated room to systematically warm, stretch and strengthen the major muscle groups. It works the body from the inside out, from the micro to the macro level. All internal organs and glands are stimulated, balancing the body’s natural chemical and hormonal levels. Much attention is given to the spine and this produces a profoundly beneficial effect on the nervous system. The heated environment reduces risk of injury and facilitates the release of bodily toxins.
Hot Yoga Flow
Hot flow yoga is a flowing sequence of postures designed for conditioning, toning, and focus. This class emphasises the connection of movement with the breath. Be prepared to sweat, tone your entire body and cleanse your soul. This class will transform you on all levels, physically, mentally and spiritually. There are no ‘set’ sequences in this class and style varies from teacher to teacher.
There is no better way to wind down the week than with our hot class in candlelight.
This class is designed to let the nervous system settle down. Often we have so much going on that it’s hard to find time to rest and relax. Discover a slow flow style of practicing Yoga. Set aside your daily activity and take the time to replenish your body. Working through flow and restorative yoga postures and using calming breathing techniques, you will tune into a more stress free version of yourself. Music is played as the instructor guides you through this practice.
This practice of yoga focuses on the total synchronisation of the breath and the body’s movement through absolute awareness. It is a combination of flexibility, strength, stamina, endurance, softness, hardness and grace in the transition between poses. It will challenge and help the student to build a better sense of awareness in their space and body. Students will enjoy better confidence and control of their bodies, as well as better breathing to enhance their well being.
Absolute Hot Yoga is a high-energy, uplifting series of classic Hatha yoga poses in a specific sequence that promotes balance, strength, flexibility, and overall wellness. The heat allows you to stretch deeply, cleanse the body and calm the mind. The body is detoxified and strengthened and your overall health and focus will be improved. The classic yoga postures coupled with hot temperature means that you will sweat a lot and burn more calories.
Prenatal yoga can be practiced throughout pregnancy. Yoga helps to strengthen the body in preparation for birth. It also provides the pregnant woman with breathing and focusing exercises that will help during labor. Pregnancy is about connection – the connection between your baby and yourself, yourself and your body, and the connection between all the members of your family. Nuture those connections by deepening your awareness of your changing body and the new life you are growing inside of you. Pregnancy brings a greater awareness of your own body, and yoga helps to alleviate some of the physical discomforts that come with pregnancy. Swollen feet and ankles, low back soreness, and calf spasms can all be alleviated through a mindful yoga practice. Our prenatal classes are warm and inviting and our instructors are well-trained and knowledgeable. Each prenatal class begins with introductions. You will meet other women who are experiencing the journey of pregnancy with you. Close bonds are formed and the classes have a warm, community feel to them as a result. After introductions, you can expect to move through a gentle sequence of warm-up stretches, standing poses, restorative poses and breathing exercises.
No previous yoga experience is needed for prenatal yoga. In fact, many women come to yoga for the first time when they are pregnant, encouraged by their doctor or midwife to try it out.
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We have monthly workshops and masterclasses check out this section of the website for up and coming events.