Fusion classes get you moving your body at a moderate intensity into different poses that challenge your strength and flexibility, while at the same time focusing on relaxation and mindfulness. Fusion classes provide an opportunity to stretch, unwind, and release tension, providing a good counterpoint to both busy lifestyles and cardio workouts.
Check out some of our Specialist Fusion Classes below to get an idea of what you may expect from each teacher.
Foundation classes are a slower practice that focuses on static poses. It will help you find the space between poses while still retaining the gentle rhythm of a movement based yoga class. The more gentle nature of this class is great for beginners, but is also wonderful for intermediate and advanced students who feel like slowing it down and sinking deeper into their practice.
Yin Yoga is a super chilled practice that works deeply into our body with passively held floor-based poses targeting the deepest tissues within, our connective tissues – ligaments, joints, bones, and the deep fascia networks of the body – rather than the muscles (which are the physical focus of Yang style yoga practices such as Flow, Fusion and Foundation). It mainly works the lower part of the body – the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, and lower spine which are especially rich in connective tissues.
Not suitable for beginners or during pregnancy.
A sequence of powerful, coordinated breath-to-movement asanas to produce flowing patterns of motion and energy. This class will get you strong, long, and breathing hard. We recommend that practitioners are capable of enduring a moderate-high rate of physical activity and have some knowledge of asana.
ASHTANGA YOGA with Kimmy and Jemila
Created by K. Pattabhi Jois during the 20th century, Ashtanga Yoga is often promoted as a modern-day form of classical Indian yoga. The style is energetic, synchronising breath with movements in a set order of individual poses (asanas), linked by flowing movements (vinyasas). The Ashtanga Primary Series is called Yoga Chikitsa, meaning yoga therapy, because of the cleansing and toning effect it has on both body and mind.
CHAKRA YOGA with Brooke
Using seven vital keys to unlock your inner temple, you will be guided through practices that open and activate each chakra through asana (postures), bioenergetic exercises, pranayama (breathing practices), meditation, and yoga philosophy. This is achieved through practicing proper alignment and balancing archetypal forces, with an attitude of openness and reverence. In this way the chakra system provides a profound formula for wholeness, a ladder for liberation, a template for transformation, and a map for manifestation.
FORREST YOGA with Benji
Created by Ana Forrest over 45 years ago, Forrest Yoga is designed to address modern-day stressers and challenges such as lower back pain, tension in the neck and core, anxiety, over-stimulation, and a sense of disconnection.
HATHA YOGA with Brooke, Katie, Lauren & Shannon
Hatha yoga is the branch of yoga that typically comes to mind when you think of yoga in general terms. The practice focuses on the breath, controlled movements, and stretching, to develop your mind and body connection.
SATTVA YOGA with Annia
A deeply transformational & holistic practice from the ancient traditions of the Himalayan masters, flowing & shifting energy in the body, mind & soul. Sattva Himalayan Flow weaves breathwork, hatha vinyasa, kundalini & kriya energy work, sound, mantra, meditation & free movement. Offering space to flow with softness & strength, moving between stillness & movement, teaching us to lead with a strong spine & a soft heart.
SOMATIC YOGA with Victoria
Somatic Yoga - a blend of traditional yoga practice and somatic movement in the tradition of Thomas Hanna. It is a gentle but powerful release of deep muscles in order to return them to their full length and promote easefulness and joy of moving. The classes are based on inquiry and encourage students to be curious investigating how they feel in their bodies. We usually start with somatic work and then explore the movement through a lens of Asana, before coming back to the floor in the end to restore the symmetry before heading off to our daily lives.