Here at the Ironstone Wellbeing Centre, in Kettering, Northamptonshire we offer a wide range of yoga classes with something to suit everyone. We have a purpose-built hot yoga studio where we offer everything from the Original Hot Yoga, Flow Yoga, Power Yoga, Hatha Yoga, and Yin Yoga in 37-40 degree heat. The heat is brilliant for warming up muscles, increasing strength and flexibility and working up a sweat.
If hot is not your thing and you are looking for something slightly gentler, we also offer warm (a gentler 28-30 degrees) and normal temperature yoga classes.
Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. The main components of yoga are postures; a series of movements designed to increase strength and flexibility and breathing. The practice originated in India approximately 5,000 years ago.
There are many different styles of yoga on offer, such as Hatha, Flow and Yin Yoga and at the centre we offer a great variety to choose from. Yoga is inclusive, whether you are looking for a gentle hatha practice or are looking to be challenged in a power yoga class, our classes are suitable for all levels. We have expert teachers who can adapt and guide throughout so you will leave feeling relaxed, recharged, and energised. Each instructor has their own unique individual teaching approach. Classes can vary in duration but typically last between 60 and 90 minutes. We encourage you try them all to find what works best and is most enjoyable for you.
We also offer seated yoga and gentle yoga classes, perfect for those with limited mobility, those recovering from an injury or surgery or for who just want a slightly slower paced class. Yoga is a safe and effective way to increase physical activity, especially strength, flexibility and balance. It is also recommended for older adults at risk of falls, to help improve balance and co-ordination. Regular yoga practice is proven to be beneficial for people with high blood pressure, aches and pains – including lower back pain, along with depression and stress. Yoga is often prescribed by the NHS for these exact reasons.
For more information regarding the specific yoga classes which we offer in centre follow the links. Check out what we have to offer in our studio in Kettering.
Hot yoga can be a variety of styles of yoga, which are practiced in a 37-40 degree heat. Our yoga classes are suitable for all levels. We have a purpose-built hot yoga studio where we offer everything from Original Hot Yoga, Flow Yoga [Vinyasa Flow], Power Yoga, Hatha Yoga, and Yin Yoga. If the heat is not for you, we also offer warm [28-30 degrees] and regular yoga classes.
Flow Yoga classes aim to be strong, but accessible and fun, with an emphasis on exploring the balance of strength and softness within poses and helping students listen to and become more aware of their bodies and breath. The Vinyasa element focuses on using the breath to flow the different postures together. Available in hot and normal temperatures.
Power Yoga is a fitness-based vinyasa practice. It has many qualities and benefits, including building internal heat, increased stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction. Classes are ran in our hot yoga studio.
Our Hatha Yoga classes are practiced in either a hot room or at normal room temperature. They are a dynamic experience that has a varied series of postures designed to challenge and lift both body, mind and soul. Each class will be different, will challenge you, will be physically strong and allow you leave your practice calm, centred and relaxed . Classes are suitable for all levels – all you need to do is come with a can-do attitude. Classes are designed to be fun and enjoyable… but with the promise of getting a sweat on.
Practised in either a warm room, hot room or at normal room temperature. Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with poses that are held for longer periods of time (typically 5 minutes) in an effort to release deep tissues, fascia, ligaments, joints and bone. The heated room complements the Yin poses, loosening the muscles and promoting the release of the deep tissues whilst relieving stress and anxiety, increasing circulation, balancing the emotions and building stamina.
These classes focus on a combination of yoga-inspired postures, breathing, relaxation and mindfulness techniques along with massage and equipment such as yoga balls. Our classes are designed to build your connection with the baby as well as strengthening the body, relaxing the mind for birth and alleviating some of the discomforts of pregnancy.
The style formerly known as Bikram Yoga, originally conceived in Calcutta by the Ghosh lineage, is a series of 26 ancient hatha yoga postures and 2 breathing exercises, practised in the heat to allow for deeper and safer stretching. This class takes place in the hot yoga studio.
A 45 minute yoga class that focuses on the back. Open to all but especially those who suffer from back and spinal problems. This class will focus on postures that will improve strength, increase mobility and address your mental well being.
Stretching correctly will support the back and spine – remember the spine keeps us upright so its essential we all do as much as we can do to safeguard it. We will concentrate on some of the postures we don’t really like in an effort to strengthen the areas around the back that supports us . We don’t like them as they don’t feel comfortable but we will take things gently and grow over the weeks together.
This class offers you the opportunity to gently release the tension around problem areas, build strength and confidence in your ability to improve not only the physical pain but the way you look at it. We will learn to laugh , accept our limitations and be amazed at our ability to grow.
Yoga and Wellbeing specifically for women. Come together in circle to relax, refresh, encourage and share. A class mixed with yoga asana, breathing techniques, moon cycles, sharing and nurture.
Seated yoga is a gentle practice in which postures are performed while seated and/or with the aid of a chair. Chair yoga classes are suitable for those with physical disabilities or who typically might find a typical yoga session too challenging. It is also a great form of yoga for beginners or anyone who wants to focus on a gentle practice.