Whether you’re well practiced or a yoga newbie, you’ll find a class that’s suited to you. All of our classes are simply named and clearly explained (you don’t need to know your jivamukti from your ashtanga or your hatha from your vinyasa!).

Sweat Classes

Classes are taught in a temperature and humidity controlled studio. By adding heat you get the additional benefits of detoxification (plus lots of other great stuff). Also, warming up your muscles allows non-bendies to become far more flexible so they get more out of the class (it’s like magic!).

Not everything we teach is hot though, many of our classes are taught at a warm or simply room temperature. Take a look at the icons next to the class descriptions below to see what’s what.

Classes are clearly categorised by how hot the room is, and whether the class focuses on cardio, flexibility, strength or a little bit of everything. So you know what to expect and there are no nasty surprises; (there’s nothing worse than being asked to perform a yoga move that’s probably better off in Cirque du Soleil when standing on one leg is challenge enough). All of our classes are straightforwards to follow and we take it step by step, so no one is required to contort their body in a way it simply doesn’t bend! Beginners are welcome at all classes marked with the newbie icon.

To find and book a class click here.

HOT (Classic & Mix)

The ultimate calorie-busting, complete head-to-toe, inside-and-out workout that is guaranteed to make you sweat. Classic classes follow a set sequence of simple to perform yoga poses (great to build your yoga know-how). Mix classes take that sequence and mix it up a bit. Great for beginners to advanced and for those working through injury/physical limitations (though please note basic mobility is required - being able to stand unaided, get on and off the floor and kneel). Postures are built up in stages. There's a level for everyone.

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(STRETCH &) FLEX

Looking for more of a stretch than a sweat from your yoga workout? Flex classes comprise floor-based exercises designed to stretch your muscles and work into connective tissues. Fantastic for all levels, particularly those keen to work on their flexibility only. Classes may also involve breath control work to promote lung function and reduce stress and anxiety. Stretch & Flex is a Flex class combined with simple, yoga moves to open up your body and increase mobility. Both classes are set to music.

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HOT FLOW

In a flow class, yoga postures are connected together to form sequences. But don't worry, we don't expect you to be Darcey Bussell. Hot Flow is a fun, high energy, dynamic, all-round strength, flexibility and cardiovascular workout that will really get your heart rate pumping. Great for developing all over muscle tone, balance, co-ordination and breath control. Not recommended for complete newbies (as some knowledge of yoga poses is helpful) and/or those with injury/physical limitations.

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BLISS

Held the last Friday in every month, Bliss takes it down a notch. Set to music and taught in soft light, the class combines mellow, flowing postures with deep stretching, stress-relieving poses. It's perfect for ridding you of your weekday stresses and setting you up for the weekend. Not suitable for those with injury and/or physical limitations.

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Headstands, handstands and arm balances

Keen to go upside down and learn some party tricks? This monthly Sunday afternoon class allows you to do just that; it's a chance to play with postures and surprise yourself with what you can do. Combining a flowing yoga practice with partner work, head and handstand practice and some playful arm balances, it's an ideal class for having some fun. Not recommended for yoga newbies and/or those with injury/physical limitations.

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Rest, renew, restore

Join us once a month for an afternoon of chilled out bliss and kiss goodbye to stress and anxiety. This Sunday Special begins with a simple, nurturing yoga practice to clear your mind and relax your body and closes with yoga nidra, also known as "yogic sleep". You'll achieve the deepest possible state of relaxation, while still maintaining full consciousness, to leave you walking on air.

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