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.