Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa flow is dynamic flowing style of yoga. It's really popular and we love it because it covers a real breadth of teachers and teaching styles from a fast 'power' flow to an alignment based or more meditative flow. Vinyasa flow is when we harmonize breath and movement to give strength, grace and freedom.

 

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  • Elemental Flow: Light as a feather52:22
    Elemental Flow: Light as a feather

    Lucy McCarthy

    A slow but strong full spectrum vinyasa yoga class which cultivates lightness and ease in the mind and body. Find lightness and grace in your movements, expect an intermediate-level full body breath practice with balancing poses, forward and backward bends to bring lightness to your physical body and space in your mind. You will need a block & possibly a bolster.



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  • Begin (again) 4: Twist and Fold08:15
    Begin (again) 4: Twist and Fold

    Adam Hocke

    Next in our yoga beginners series, this yoga class is an unwinding one that includes an introduction to seated twists, forward folds and side stretches. For beginners or refreshers.



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  • The Day Breaker32:22
    The Day Breaker

    Nikita Akilapa

    A powerful, fiery all-round vinyasa yoga class that will strengthen, energise and open the body, heart and mind. Moving to the natural rhythm of our own bodies and calling on our own inner strength, we will work with twists, back bends, hip and leg openers, core strengtheners and balancing postures. The perfect way to start the day! You may need two yoga bricks.



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  • Begin (again) 3: Get Moving12:21
    Begin (again) 3: Get Moving

    Adam Hocke

    The third class in our beginners yoga series, learn to breathe and move together in this introduction to low-lunge sun salutations and sun salutation A. In this class we breathe and move through transitional movements, as you start developing your yoga rhythm. For beginners or refreshers.



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  • Inner Strength25:18
    Inner Strength

    Nikita Akilapa

    A strong vinyasa flow class that cultivates and amplifies strength of body, heart and mind. Lean into your own power to start the day with some home-grown magic. This class focuses on building core strength, you'll need resilience in body and mind, perfect to prepare for the day ahead.



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  • Elemental Flow: Fire It Up23:38
    Elemental Flow: Fire It Up

    Lucy McCarthy

    Reignite your power with this fiery all-levels vinyasa yoga flow. Class gets moving swiftly, starting with an uddiyana bhanda breath work technique to clear energy and stoke the internal fire. Expect strong abdominal work, plenty of chair pose and some swift vinyasa. Perfect to get you fired up for the day!



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  • Begin (again) 2: Make the shapes10:16
    Begin (again) 2: Make the shapes

    Adam Hocke

    Second in our beginners yoga series, in this class learning the physical language of yoga postures and develop your confidence in shapes like downward-facing dog, warrior two, side angle, triangle, warrior one, and pyramid poses. A really down to earth beginners vinyasa flow yoga class. Expect no-nonsense instruction. No expectations, no excuses, just get learning. For beginners or refreshers. You'll need a couple of bricks and a foam block.



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  • Elemental Flow: Flowing Vinyasa: Water Element30:38
    Elemental Flow: Flowing Vinyasa: Water Element

    Lucy McCarthy

    A super fluid practice embodying the quality of water in mind, body and breath. Part of our Five Elements series. In this juicy yoga class we take inspiration from water to invoke a sense of fluidity in our yoga practice, but also a sense of ease in our mind and heart. Starting with balancing breath-work, expect a flowing, dynamic vinyasa class which helps us go with the flow of life and release pent up tension and holding patterns. You will need a bolster and a yoga brick.



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  • Space And Freedom43:24
    Space And Freedom

    Nikita Akilapa

    This hip and leg opening vinyasa yoga class helps you to move into a more expansive state by prioritising space and freedom, a sentiment that can live well beyond the mat and into your behaviours, attitudes and approach for the day, and onwards. Listening carefully to the whispers of the body, you increase our sensitivity to sensation and enhance your interior perception. By moving slowly, you are able to build more strength and stamina, while staying connected to what you feel. In this way, you can encourage the gentle negotiation between body and breath to find a sense of release and freedom. You may need yoga bricks and a strap.



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  • Opening Up37:01
    Opening Up

    Nikita Akilapa

    This heart opening vinyasa flow class is designed to help you open up; open up to your potential, your experience, the sensations your body presents, the wisdom and inspiration available to you and to gratitude. Working on creating space in the chest and shoulder area, mobilising the spine and strengthening back muscles - this class will have you feeling wide open and ready to receive. You will need a brick and a strap.



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  • Morning Reset Flow32:36
    Morning Reset Flow

    Adam Hocke

    Start your day in the right way with this simple, down to earth vinyasa flow yoga class. Gentle yogic stretching and strengthening exercises open your body and mind for the day. Start your day with energy and focus with this all-around flow practice. This all-round yoga class includes a bit of everything everything (including sun salutations, half-moon, and crow postures) and focus on generating positive intention through breath. For all levels.



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  • Ashtanga Yoga Flow: Backbending32:23
    Ashtanga Yoga Flow: Backbending

    Norman Blair

    An Ashtanga yoga class featuring mostly standing poses and a focus on backbending. A wonderful, invigorating class, the perfect way to start the day. With sun salutations, standing poses and a few backbends, this is a wonderfully energising but accessible way of practicing Ashtanga. You may need bricks, a belt, a block and a blanket.



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  • The Whole World In Your Hands50:05
    The Whole World In Your Hands

    Lizzie Reumont

    An all-levels Jivamukti Vinyasa yoga class with a focus on your heart and hands. In this class we open and strengthen the hands, and open the shoulders, opening the heart to light and happiness. With strong hands and an open heart, there is nothing that can't be overcome! Some core work finishes off this well-rounded, balanced class. Enjoy!



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  • Shake It Off23:52
    Shake It Off

    Nikita Akilapa

    Ease out the compression, contraction and any resistance that you may feel first thing in the morning with this vinyasa yoga class. This class will help you to move into an expansive space, releasing anything that feels as though it may be holding you back today.



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  • Ashtanga Yoga: Standing and Stabilising Poses31:14
    Ashtanga Yoga: Standing and Stabilising Poses

    Norman Blair

    A mostly standing Ashtanga yoga class suitable for those newer to the Ashtanga practice.This sequence will get you stronger and more grounded as you stabilise. Starting with variations on sun salutations and then going through some of the Ashtanga standing poses in the primary series, the focus in this class is to make the ashtanga practice appropriate for you and with an emphasis on the practice energising your body in a way that is supportive and nourishing. You may need two bricks.



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  • A Frame In Which To Fly01:16:37
    A Frame In Which To Fly

    Lizzie Reumont

    An uplifting class involving balances and inversions while exploring space and boundaries. This practice is mostly at the wall so make sure you have access to a clear wall space.



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  • Turning Toward Awareness: Yoga, Qigong & Mindfulness37:02
    Turning Toward Awareness: Yoga, Qigong & Mindfulness

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    Feel centred, grounded and start to fine tune your awareness with this gentle and beautiful fusion of yoga, qigong and mindfulness class with a focus on twists and forward folds. With a gentle start, working with mindful movement, this is a practice exploring how we might work with twists as a way to discover greater ease and space in our physical, mental and emotional experience of being human. With twists, we are invited to curve our awareness inward and we grant ourselves space to learn to respond to whatever experiences arise. From this, we allow ourselves time to build better resources to meet the business of our outward lives.



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  • Opening The Shoulders49:18
    Opening The Shoulders

    Jean Hall

    The focus of this creatively-sequenced intermediate vinyasa is to release holding and tightness around the shoulders and reconnect the shoulders blades deep into the back. With an open chest, the heart can breathe more fully again. Working with back lengthening and strengthening poses this will help to create support, ease and poise. You will need a blanket (or rolled up yoga mat), 2 foams blocks and a strap.



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