£10 for a single class (valid for 1 month)
£35 for 4 group classes (valid for 2 months)
£65 for 8 group classes (valid for 3 months)
£100 for 12 group classes (valid for 5 months)
£130 for 16 group classes (valid for 6 months)
£150 for 20 group classes (valid for 8 months)
£30 for one person
£50 for two people
£70 for three people
A yoga mat and even some say that isn't necessary but generally people nowadays practice on a mat. You decide!
I would recommend having some yoga blocks and a strap to accompany you but these are not compulsory. You could even use books as blocks and a scarf or belt as a strap for example. Practising with props can be very supportive. I personally love them!
Make sure you wear comfortable clothing so that you can move with ease and all classes are done without socks and shoes.
If you like to move, you will love this graceful, yet challenging yoga flow, with its continuous creativity. It involves "breath-synchronized movement," and a series of poses (asanas) that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling.
Yoga has both mental and physical benefits. Physically, the body naturally gains strength and flexibility over time, and through sweat it expels toxins and re-energizes. Mentally, the synchronized breathing relaxes your mind and helps to release any blockage of energy flow throughout your body connecting you deeper to your inner self - a place where there is always peace.
Yoga Flow is suitable for everyone (women and men) from those who are not so active to those who are. This practice can be a tough workout, even if you are already in good shape from running, cycling or another sport!
Sometimes called the quiet practice, yin yoga calms and quiets the mind, bringing you to a sense of inner peace. It also soothes the nervous system and encourages energy flow and circulation through the joints and organs.
Unlike, yang style yoga flow which focuses on holding postures for a short duration to lengthen and strengthen the muscles, yin yoga bypasses the muscles to get to the deeper ligaments and joints. It includes passive, floor based postures (done with little or no muscular engagement), each of which you hold for one to five minutes.
Yin generally targets the lower body: legs, hips and lower back, or those regions closer to your spine and the vital organs in the core of your body. It teaches us to value slowness, steadiness, stillness, and an attitude of total surrender and receptivity.