Hatha Flow

Hatha Flow classes blend two different types of yoga – Hatha and Vinyasa.

Hatha yoga is a generic term that refers to any type of yoga that teaches physical postures. Nearly every type of yoga class is derived from Hatha, including Ashtanga, Iyengar and Bikram. However, in contemporary terms, Hatha is most often used to describe a slower-paced class.

Vinyasa, which is also called ‘flow’ because of the way that poses are sequenced together, is again a broad classification that encompasses many different types of yoga. Vinyasa yoga coordinates movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next.

bendy yoga Hatha Flow classes provide you with an opportunity to balance both Hatha and Vinyasa styles of yoga in a women-focused way so you can enjoy a varied yoga practice.

The emphasis of the class changes from week to week so we might focus on a different area of the body or practise with a different aim (build more strength, increase flexibility, cultivate more self-awareness etc.) All classes are anchored by a theme to encourage you to tune inward and develop a deeper emotional and spiritual connection.

* Improve your posture
* Build strength and flexibility
* Develop awareness and control of your breath
* Boost your circulation
* Learn relaxation techniques
* Improve the quality of your sleep
* Feel longer and more stretched out
* Lift your energy levels
* Enhance feelings of wellbeing
* Become better able to switch off from the stresses of daily life.

Classes are appropriate for all levels and abilities. I am passionate about making sure my classes are accessible and inclusive for all women. Verbal modifications and adjustments are provided for particular injuries or physical quirks (we all have them!)

If you are a complete beginner, you are very welcome to attend general classes. However, you may wish to come to a bendy yoga beginner-specific course so you are familiar with the basics before attending general classes. Find out more about beginners courses here.

Each class is 75 minutes duration.