Hot Yoga Flow
Our hot yoga flow classes are Vinyasa style, which means that a string of postures are added together, moving from one to another seamlessly, using the breath.
No two vinyasa classes are the same which keeps the practice invigorating and exciting.
If you're looking to combine yoga with a daily workout then this style of practice is perfect. You'll be using the aerobic system within your body, plus with the added challenge of the heat, you'll really feel like you've accomplished a daily fitness goal!
Hot Power Yoga
Our hot power class is a fast-paced, strong style of Vinyasa yoga. As the name suggests, power yoga aims to build strength and endurance, and is amazing at burning those calories!
No two classes are the same, as you are guided and encouraged by our highly motivating instructor to push yourself to new limits!
The added heat makes for a challenging class which brings about faster results.
Hot Ashtanga Yoga
Ashtanga is a combination of two Sanskrit words, 'Ashta' meaning eight and 'Anga' meaning limb. Therefore, Ashtanga is the union of the eight limbs of yoga into one complete system.
You will be guided through the Primary series which usually begins with five repetitions of each sun salutation, followed by the standing postures and the seated postures in the same sequence each time.
The primary series takes an hour and a half to work through and to add the extra challenge and benefits the room will be heated,
Hot Yin Yang Yoga
This class blends both styles of yoga into one practice. Half of the class is a dynamic sequence of postures and standing postures, with the second half being made up of more passively holding postures.
As this class is slower paced and more of a gentle heat, it is the perfect class for beginners.
This is challenging yet safe class that promotes body balance, a longer, leaner, toned shape, increases mobility and endurance.
The class is formulated of routines to music either using body weight or resistance props. The exercises attack bad posture by toning the small muscle groups as well as the larger ones.
The room temperature is gently heated to provide an added challenge.
As the name suggests, this is yoga within a non-heated environment, performed at a slower pace. You will usually do around half the number of postures compared to a general class, taking more time in each pose. When you combine Vinyasa and Hatha yoga... you get Slow Yoga Flow.
A great class for beginners.