Yoga guide

Iyengar

A form of Hatha Yoga, Iyengar Yoga focuses on a consistent and routine weekly practice that ensures postures are achieved with correct and accurate alignment, often through the use of props.

Hatha

Hatha gives you time to relax and work on your breathing and alignment while holding postures. Not as physically demanding as some other classes, it may also be a good option for beginners.

Ashtanga

Ashtanga Yoga shares the same origin and postures as Vinyasa but follows a strict sequence which must be committed to memory and mastered with classes often held for guided self-practice.

Vinyasa

Yoga as exercise, Vinyasa is more aerobic and active than other types of yoga, focusing on cardiovascular health, strength and balance, using the breath to move you through your postures and practice.

Kundalini

Kundalini Yoga is more spiritual and meditative than some other types of yoga mixing physicality with mantras, breathing techniques and chants to create a workout for the body, mind and soul.

Yin

Yin Yoga is a slow, meditative type of yoga where postures are held for long periods of time, focusing on the movement of energy through the body, supporting the health of organs and tissue.

Jivamukti

A form of Vinyasa Yoga, the Jivamukti method offers a path to enlightenment through compassion for all beings. It develops strength and flexibility and encourages an ethical lifestyle.

Pilates

Unlike Yoga, the roots of Pilates are not spiritual or religious. It makes use of the breath and physical control to improve posture and flexibility, sometimes with the help of equipment.

Meditation

There are many different types of Meditation and techniques to help you practice, with benefits like increased emotional capacity and ability to focus, mental clarity and stress reduction.