A far-reaching class designed to improve strength, flexibility and co-ordination, Vinyasa is a dynamic and creative form of Yoga. Postures are synchronised with each breath resulting in a continuous fluid collective movement with a variety of meditation and breathing techniques also practiced. Drawing inspiration from Tripsichore, Akhanda and Ashtanga, this class is ideal if you like a challenge.

Variations are sprinkled throughout the class allowing numerous levels of ability to be accomodated, whilst also allowing the student to deepen and progress their practice as they become more proficient. New postures are often broken down into bite size pieces enabling the student to work and progress within their own capabilities.

Please note that whilst suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities, beginners will require a reasonable degree of fitness for an enjoyable practice. If you are a beginner looking for a more gentle introduction please refer to the Yogalates page.

Some tips for class attendees;

  • If you have not attended a class before, please arrive sufficiently early to complete a registration form and inform me of any health conditions or injuries you may have. This enables me to advise you of any modifications to ensure your practice is both safe and enjoyable.
  • Avoid eating a heavy meal within the 2 hours of class commencement as this may cause discomfort.
  • Wear comfortable clothing that allows for full range of movement. Yoga is practiced bare foot.
  • Please bring a yoga mat and blanket if you have one, a few spares are available to borrow on a first-come first-served basis.
  • Please note that this class is unsuitable during Pregnancy. Please contact me for advice in this area.