My style is very much vinyasa flow and even my Hatha classes I teach have a flow element to them. I like to continue my training and practice and have attended many workshops with some wonderful teachers including Jon Scott. For me, it's very important to give clear, precise instruction - I try to always offer something different in every class ensuring I concentrate on strength, flexibility, injury prevention and alignment. I like to think that my classes are open to everyone as I can offer a strong class with progressions for those that like a challenge and want to deepen their practice but I also give modifications for those who have injuries and wanting a softer practice. I believe that students should always listen to their own bodies. Mindfulness and the breath is the most important part of yoga, as without that there can be no yoga. Yoga is not about what the person next to you is doing, but about focusing on what is right for your own body, at that time and always being true to yourself'.
Hatha flow yoga is a meditative flow of a similar intensity as a Hatha class. This class incorporates all areas of a traditional Hatha yoga class focusing on steady breathing and postures but combining a flow element and slow salutations. You'll practice holding postures & smooth transitions which will help the body open gently and mindfully allowing you to move deeper into your body.
This style of yoga provides poses that range from gentle to challenging, modifications, options and progressions will be given throughout this class and emphasis is placed on safe alignment & maintaining even, steady breathing. This style will help build flexibility, stability and strength whilst always focusing on correct alignment.
This style is suitable for beginners and all levels. Experienced students who want a slower practice focusing on correct alignment and concentration will also benefit from this practice.