Flow Yoga, also known as Vinyasa Flow aims to be a strong, but accessible and fun class. It has 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.
Available in hot, warm and normal temperatures.
Flow Yoga is also known as Vinyasa Flow. This style of yoga is characterised by flow and the stringing together of postures so that you move seamlessly from one to another, using breath.
Vinyasa simply means to move with the breath, meaning less time will be spent in a stationary pose. Flow classes offer a variety of postures, with no set sequence or number of poses. Therefore, no two classes are ever the same.
These sessions aim to be strong with some element of challenge, but are accessible and enjoyable for all. Flow yoga is one of the most popular contemporary styles of yoga.
Improved Flexibility and Range – A Flow class works the whole body due to the variety of movements incorporated throughout a class. You will notice an improvement in your range of motion if you stick to regular practice.
Strengthens Your Body - The poses in Flow yoga can improve your balance significantly, as well as help with leg strength and muscle control. Vinyasa flow will work all parts of the body and with regular practice increased functional strength will develop.
Connecting with the breath - The breath is a powerful tool when it comes to our well-being. If we can learn to connect with the breath, energy also known as the prana, will begin to flow more freely. By allowing our energy to flow, this will give us the skills and tools to push through any emotional and physical blockages. Therefore, allowing us to free both body and mind and relax.
Focuses Your Mind - Yoga encourages a mindful state, helping you to feel relaxed and calm reducing stress levels.
Cardiovascular health - A Vinyasa class is often fast paces making for a great cardiovascular exercise class. Moving with the breath increases your heart rate.
For now, due to Covid we will not be proving mats, straps and blocks. You will therefore be required to bring your own.
A hot yoga towel to prevent slipping in hot and warm classes.
Water - Hydration before, during and after hot yoga is key.
Currently due to Covid our changing facilities are unavailable, only toilets will be available.
We have onsite parking.
A drop-in hot yoga class is £15 a session. The price can be greatly reduced by purchasing a membership or class pack. For more details regarding the memberships and class packs and introductory offers we currently display, please check out our membership page for more details.
Bookable online? Yes