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Bikram Hot Yoga

The original form of hot yoga, based on the Bikram series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises. Suitable for all levels, classes are either 90 mins or 60 mins and are taught in a room heated to approximately 42°C. Bikram yoga systematically works every muscle, tendon, joint, ligament, organ and gland. It also moves oxygenated blood to the cells of your body. By the end of the class, you’ll feel rejuvenated and re-energized.



An invigorating vinyasa flow. Deeply physical but also spiritual, these high energy classes includes music and hands-on adjustments. A big focus of the class is coordinating movement with breath. Your cardio vascular and respiratory systems will be stimulated. This is an upbeat, fun class with euphoric moments. You will leave feeling completely rejuvenated, energised and connected to your inner self.



90 minute flowing Vinyasa-style sequence, tranquil music with Sanskrit chanting, breath awareness, meditation and relaxation.These dynamic, beautifully sequenced, musically accompanied Vinyasa-style sequence classes are infused with meditation, chanting and the study of the ancient texts and philosophy. Classes promote breath awareness, meditation and relaxation.

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Rocket Yoga

The Rocket system is a remix of the Astanga Primary and Intermediate Series, designed to make the practice accessible to all. It will awake your abs, improve your flexibility and fitness while flowing with the music into a state of calm and clarity. Full of classical poses, accessible to all.




Inferno HOT Pilates

A challenging, full body, low impact, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) using Pilates principles. (HIIT) and is performed in a room heated to 35 degrees and 40 % humidity. This class will guide students with precise alignment with high motivation and fantastic playlist. Inferno Hot Pilates provides an intense, full body workout designed to strengthen muscles, increase flexibility and expand the mind to new dimensions.       


Yin Yoga

A slow and more passive class designed to encourage flexibility in the hips and lower body. Enter into a deep state of relaxation and release and create space in your body. Holding these healing and prop-supported poses for 3 minutes or more will open the thicker layers of connective tissues around the joints, unravelling areas of tension that a dynamic yoga practice can not always access. Stillness and peace promote attentiveness.    

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Hippy Therapy

This class concentrates on the hips: whether your goal is to be able to sit in lotus pose for hours on end or just to get up and sit down more easily, you’ll improve strength and flexibility of the hips. Getting the hips to move more freely often takes the pressure off the lower back and knees, and can be therapeutic for the whole body, especially if you spend a lot of time sitting (cycling and running or lifting heavy weights, gardening or cooking and pretty much anything...).

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is often translated as ‘yogic sleep.’ In this class students lie comfortably on the floor and are guided in placing awareness on different focal points, including parts of the body, movement of the breath, and contents of the imagination. The result is a profoundly restful meditation in which students approach a state similar to sleep while retaining a sense of wakeful awareness. Yoga Nidra can be an excellent way to counter stress and prevent illness.



Vinyasa Flow is an open-level class where students coordinate breath and movement to flow from one posture to the next. Each movement is synchronized to the breath. This style is sometimes also called flow yoga, because of the smooth way that the poses run together and become like a dance. The breath acts as an anchor to the movement as you to flow from one pose to the next in time with an inhale or an exhale.