Back on Zoom throughout December
I have developed my teaching style over the years to teach what I like to call an Ashtanga Mix class. These are classes based on the framework of the Ashtanga Primary series, but each month we have a focus area and will alter the practice and often add some postures to reflect this. We usually do a straight primary run through the last week of each month. I have also in the last year introduced a class called Ashtanga Elements, it is really designed to complement your Ashtanga Practices and focuses on stability and core strength, there are less vinyasas so its a bit easier on the shoulders too. All are fairly energetic classes but generally suitable for most abilities. However for virtual classes other than Tuesday morning, to which all levels are welcome, you will need to have some knowledge of the Ashtanga Sequence.
What has become my signature class - a selection of postures mostly from the Primary Series, with a monthly focus. Aimed at mixed abilities.
A more leisurely paced class always starting with a breathing practice. A shorter standing and seated practice, less sun salutations and vinyasas but still with a nod to the Ashtanga sequence.
I introduced my Ashtanga Elements class this year, still with Ashtanga moments but also working on stability and core strength while giving the shoulders a bit of a break.
Ashtanga Improvers is aimed at students who are familiar with at least the Half Primary Sequence. This class works on some of the more challenging parts of the sequence and at times work with parts of the intermediate sequence.
A shortened 50 minute Primary sequence, fairly straight forward to ease you into the day. Held on King Eddies beach during the summer
Similar to Sunrise Yoga, a 50 minute shortened sequence held on King Eddies Bay during summer with pop up classes over winter.