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Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is the most widely practiced form of yoga in the world. Hatha Yoga uses postures (asana) and conscious breathing (Pranayama) in combination to develop awareness, strength and flexibility. Through proper alignment and mindful actions of the body, Hatha Yoga brings balance, strength, and a sense of well-being to the practitioner.

Flow-Based Hatha Yoga uses movement and breath together to produce a "flow" of postures that lead from one to the next.

Hatha Flow Yoga/ Vinyasa Yoga

Flow-based Hatha Yoga uses movement and breath together to produce a "flow" of postures that lead from one to the next.


Benefits of Hatha Yoga:


  • Builds strength

  • Increases flexibility and muscle tone

  • Brings focus to the mind

  • Encourages physical and mental balance

  • Develops proper body alignment

  • Reduces stress

  • Encourages a sense of calm and peace

  • Increases lung capacity for better breathing

Yoga for Sports 

Practising yoga develops balance, strength, flexibility, endurance and concentration. Increasing flexibility and strength helps to prevent injuries. in yoga for sports class we work on poses that will increase flexibility in the Hips, legs, back and shoulders as well as breathing exercises which can be incorporated into your workout regime 


  • Yoga can help you develop a better breathing technique while it improves your balance, flexibility, core strength, and endurance. 

  • Sport yoga can help athletes to reduce the chance of sports-related injury and heal more quickly from injury.

  • Improve Balance. Yoga is a perfect way to incorporate balance exercises into your training routine. 

  • It’s Great Cross Training. Yoga is a great low-impact way to cross train. Cross training is necessary for athletes who do the same sport or exercise routine year-round

Pregnancy Yoga

Pre-natal Yoga is a wonderful, gentle exercise that can be used throughout the varying stages of pregnancy, It also helps the birth and post-delivery stages. It trains you to focus on different areas of the body and introduces you to the breath, which is particularly helpful during childbirth. 

 It is best to start a class after the first trimester of your pregnancy,that is, after 12 weeks. During the first trimester, your body is going through many changes. Rest and relaxation are recommended during this time until energy levels have returned to normal.



In this class you will learn:


  • Physical exercise & Posture to help with pregnancy

  • how to use the exercise ball for pregnancy & Labour

  • Breathing exercise with help with anxiety & labour

  • Relaxation techniques 


Benefits of pre-natal Yoga:


  • Improves muscle strength and tone

  • Enhances mood and wellbeing

  • Helps to prepare  your body for birth

  • Encourages breathing techniques which helps you to relax.

  • Helps relieve aches and pains through stretching










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