20 to 30 mins

  • Beginners 2 - Foundation Poses24:32
    Beginners 2 - Foundation Poses

    Clare Beagley

    Clare breaks down some of the fundamental yoga poses: Downward facing dog, lunges and cobra. These are building blocks for "Sun Salutations" that are taught in many yoga classes. Clare shows how to position the body: feet, hands, shoulders and hips, and build the poses with the breath into a flow that we’ll use across the beginners series. Class finishes with a short relaxation.



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  • Beginners 3 - Standing Poses29:04
    Beginners 3 - Standing Poses

    Clare Beagley

    Standing poses build up strength and steadiness. Clare explains how to build upon the foundations of the feet and breath and use the muscles of the legs to give stability and space. Class builds in the flow we have learned in previous classes. Props: 2 blocks. Coming next Beginners 4: Twist to Unwind ”¦



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  • Stepping Stones to Practice: 123:25
    Stepping Stones to Practice: 1

    Kate Walker

    KIck-start your 20 minute morning yoga practice with Kate's Stepping Stones series. Each week improve as Kate adds more challenging variations to the sequence. This is great for beginners and for those who want to make yoga a daily habit.



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  • Stepping Stones to Practice: 225:21
    Stepping Stones to Practice: 2

    Kate Walker

    Kate’s morning series builds the pace, adding in some variations to last week’s sequence. Each week improve as Kate adds more challenging variations. Great for beginners and improvers who want to make yoga a daily habit.



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  • Stepping Stones to Practice: 325:48
    Stepping Stones to Practice: 3

    Kate Walker

    The third in the series of Kate's stepping stones to a daily practice. In this class Kate progresses her sequence of beginner daily morning practices to incorporate some backbends and a standing balancing pose. Great for beginners and for those who want to make yoga a daily habit. Props: block



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  • Stepping Stones to Practice 423:00
    Stepping Stones to Practice 4

    Kate Walker

    The last in the series of Kate's stepping stones to a daily morning practice. In this class Kate picks up the pace and adds in some fun challenges with some deeper twists, standing balances and hip openers. Great for beginners, improvers and for those who want to make yoga a daily habit. Props: you will need a block



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  • 50:50 Jivamukti and Yin Yoga 20:23
    50:50 Jivamukti and Yin Yoga

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    A quick moving Jivamukti yoga flow followed by some yin yoga. Class starts with swift sun salutations and moves to a handstand practice. You may need to be near a wall for handstands. Then expect a settled yin yoga practice. This class develops the the 50/50 concept by Stephen Batchelor: to be engaged outward for 50% of our time we need to have the same amount of time focusing inward.



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  • Get Moving: Jivamukti Yoga26:41
    Get Moving: Jivamukti Yoga

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    This short but challenging Jivamukti yoga class gets moving immediately and includes sun salutations, balances, lunges and twists. The poses in this class awaken the energy in the navel centre, we practice yoga with a strong, empowered core so that we can move fearlessly through life, with strength and courage.  Not suitable for pregnant students or those with high blood pressure. You will need a block.



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  • Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Fire25:37
    Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Fire

    Lucy McCarthy

    This yoga nidra stokes our fire within. It takes us on a journey to empowerment and invites us to stand in our power. If you have never practiced Yoga Nidra before you are in for a treat! It is an ancient practice known as Yogic Sleep. It takes place laying down so is accessible to all levels. The teacher then takes you on a guided journey with their voice. It leads you into a deep state of bodily relaxation, then moves onto quiet the mind and open the heart. This practice is truly powerful and deeply healing.



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  • Slow Barre and Yoga Workout28:49
    Slow Barre and Yoga Workout

    Amy Holly

    This is a slower Barre and yoga fusion class which is perfect for those building their barre experience. You will need a chair to modify plank and down dog as well as helping with the technique and balance when breaking down second position. There is time to really focus on alignment and technique in this class but remember, slow doesn’t necessarily mean easy!



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  • Yoga to Welcome the Day28:41
    Yoga to Welcome the Day

    Rakhee Jasani

    A gently energising hatha yoga class perfect to start the day. This morning yoga class will help to shed any morning sluggishness and feel energised. Draw in fresh energy to face your day with simple, fluid yoga flows and wake up your mind by balancing in tree for a minute each side. Ends with a two minute meditation and short savasana to welcome your day refreshed.



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  • Qigong for Anxiety24:45
    Qigong for Anxiety

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    A Qigong class with gentle movements to help to calm, ground and ease anxiety. In Qigong and Chinese medicine, anxiety arises when the flow of qi, or life energy, through our organs and meridians becomes stuck, stagnant or caught in chaotic whirlpools. In this class we’ll do practices to support our qi to flow in more natural, balanced ways. When this happens, the tendencies towards restlessness, worry and fear - all things that can trigger anxiety - can gradually start to fall away. All you’ll need is some comfortable clothes and some space to stand.



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  • Gentle Pregnancy Yoga29:35
    Gentle Pregnancy Yoga

    Nikita Akilapa

    A beautifully slow and gentle floor-based pregnancy yoga class, with grounding postures and light movement. Take it easy on yourself with this very soft, gentle flow with plenty of pauses for rest and reflection throughout. Take tender loving care for your body, helping to create space while connecting with your breath and bonding with baby. You will need a towel or cushion and a yoga brick or block.



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  • Pregnancy Yoga: Make Room for Baby and Breath24:46
    Pregnancy Yoga: Make Room for Baby and Breath

    Nikita Akilapa

    As baby grows, it can start to feel quite crowded in there! It gets harder to take a full breath, and the bump and waist can feel tight. This all-levels pregnancy yoga class is for reintroducing some space and comfort to your mid body – more room for baby and for your breath. But you will also pick up some tips for creating mental and emotional spaciousness during this precious time.



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  • Qigong Balance Series 1: Structural Balance23:36
    Qigong Balance Series 1: Structural Balance

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    The first class in this series explores your body’s structural capacity to balance. Movements are gentle, slow and mindful, and this qigong class is an ideal daily practice as we move through the years, to keep our balance and strength. Through yoga and qigong postures that target the feet, legs, and a concept called cross-lateral connectivity, you will discover ways to more easily and gracefully stand on one leg! This is a good series for those who don’t wish to weight bear on their arms, hands and wrists. No props are needed, not even a mat!



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  • Pregnancy Yoga: Hips & Legs30:55
    Pregnancy Yoga: Hips & Legs

    Nikita Akilapa

    This pregnancy yoga class will help with discomfort in the hips and legs, which can be quite common in pregnancy, from Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) to antenatal Sciatica, Restless Leg Syndrome to full on leg cramps. This class is designed to alleviate some of these niggles, helping you feel more comfortable in your body. Suitable for all trimesters.



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  • Pilates: Mastering Breath & Alignment26:22
    Pilates: Mastering Breath & Alignment

    Vanessa Michielon

    A Pilates workout with the focus on mastering the breath pattern and correct alignment, while we move to improve spine stability and core functionality. This class is suitable for beginners and includes some of the key Pilates movements, including the 100s. We will apply lateral thoracic breathing to a series of abdominal and back exercises, so you can learn how to use your full lungs capacity to practice with more ease and efficiency (and never feel out of breath again). You will need an exercise band, or an old pair of socks!



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  • Pilates for Shoulder Stability and Neck Relaxation27:26
    Pilates for Shoulder Stability and Neck Relaxation

    Vanessa Michielon

    A Pilates class for the shoulders and neck to build strength and mobility to help you find full range of movement to prevent injury. It will also help create more space and relaxation in your neck and stabilise your shoulders as you move. We will both clarify the upper body alignment of some common Pilates exercises (planks, shoulder bridges, the Roll up) and use an elastic band (or a sock!) to create deeper connection in the side body and upper back muscles, so that your neck and head can move more freely and without excess tension. A great class to refine technique, as well as for those of us who spend time at our desk or travelling.



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