Vinyasa Flow › Lizzie Reumont
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.
Jivamukti Happy Heart
The Whole World In Your Hands
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!
A Frame In Which To Fly
A more gentle vinyasa yoga class, perfect to come home to yourself anytime you're needing a more gentle flow, but perfect for early evening, in that gap between coming home and preparing for the rest of the evening. Get grounded and stretched, with a hip focus for those of us who work sitting down all day. A perfect release from the day!
Jivamukti - Face Your Fears
A fiesty, fast-moving Jivamukti vinyasa class. This intermediate class will have you facing your fears and going for it. This hip-opening class works towards hanumanasana using the wall, so you'll be working on your hip flexors and flexibility in your hamstrings. You will need access to a wall to practice at and two bricks.
Move into Balance
Jivamukti: Get Grounded
A swift- moving, playful and well rounded Jivamukti class in which we both seize and mostly relinquish control. Get grounded to rise up. This class features all the sun salutes, standing poses, twists, back bends and forward bends you'd expect from a Jivamukti class, but with a tougher, more feisty twist than usual. You may need a block and a strap.
Ideal for when you need a jolt of uplifting energy, sun salute your way into an invigorating, energetic way to start your day. With plenty of sun salutes, lunges and backbends, you'll flow into hamunanasana (splits) , but don't let your splits progression spoil your flow, you then flow into backbends, a headstand and shoulderstand. Plenty of blood to the head bringing clear thinking and energising. You will need two blocks
Jivamukti flow in Green to Pincha Mayurasana
The colour green is associated with the anahata chakra, the unstuck sound of the heart. A Peacock’s tail feather is also green, and pinchamayurasana requires an open heart! This class is a full Jivamukti flow working towards Pincha Mayarasana. So whether you are outside in the grass or wearing favourite green kit, or simply green on the inside, get inspired by the earth’s favourite colour of life: green!
Keeping Grounded To Fly: The Jivamukti Way
A grounded full-length Jivamukti yoga class. This class focuses on keeping grounded as you take root to fly through a well-rounded intermediate/advanced class with plenty of twists, turns and interest. With plenty of lovely variations, remember to keep grounded as you practice and well-within your limits when you practice at home. Keep two blocks handy so that you can remain grounded throughout the class.
Backbends for Moving Forwards