Here is my current list of regular classes, there are also pop up classes such as Mysore and Yoga Breakfast added from time to time. Beach Yoga is also back for the summer on Sundays and Wednesdays but please check the schedule for dates.
An Ashtanga Mix Class, the last class of the month will focus on Intermediate postures and is therefore not suitable for newcomers
OLD LOW LIGHT
An Ashtanga Mix class but a bit slower paced and usually includes some easy breathing practices. We usually practice the Chandra once a month.
Usually an Ashtanga Mix class, aimed at those with a regular practice. We usually practice an Elements class once a month.
A class focusing on Pranayama at the beginning and end with an easy flow of asana in the middle
This class runs fortnightly.
1-1 and Small Group Sessions
There are many reasons to book a private class; maybe you would like to work on a particular area of your practice or you would like a refresher before joining group classes. You may also like to book a session with a small group of friends or work colleagues for more individual attention or a special occasion. Whatever the reason please get in touch and we can tailor a session for you or a small group.
ASHTANGA MIX/ASHTANGA ELEMENTS
This has become my signature class - a selection of postures mostly from the Primary Series, with a monthly focus. Aimed at mixed abilities.
My Ashtanga Elements class, has Ashtanga moments but also works on stability and core strength while giving the shoulders a bit of a break.
PRANAYAMA & YOGA
A class that begins and ends with the breath. Often working the foundational breath at the beginning and a traditional pranayama at the end, in the middle a short asana section in which you can focus more on your breath.
CHANDRA (MOON) SEQUENCE
A gentler sequence designed by Matthew Sweeney to compliment the Ashtanga Practice, usually practiced on or around a full/new moon. Its quite different, less demanding on the shoulders but still challenging in places!
We aim for regular Friday & Sunday classes over the summer on King Eddies Bay
Friday Sunrise is a 45 minute sequence, fairly straight forward to ease you into the day followed by 15 minutes Pranayama.
Sunday is a short Primary sequence suitable for most levels.
Look out for pop up classes over winter.