We offer many styles of yoga – each bringing a different emphasis, such as focusing on strict alignment of the body, coordination of breath and movement, holding the postures, or the flow from one posture to another. All of the styles share a common lineage.
No style is better than another; it’s simply a matter of personal preference. More important than any style is the student-teacher relationship. We encourage you to try a few classes and decide which class works best for you.
We have designed classes to meet the needs of everyone – no matter what your experience or ability – helping you to get the most out of every class. No one should feel inhibited from joining any class, however, we do want you to be safe.
We recommend before joining or moving ‘up’ a class, check with our front desk advisors or your teacher to make sure the class is suitable. Please be sure to let your teacher know before class if you have any form of injury or serious illness, or if you are pregnant or have recently had a baby.
Open to any experience
Some experience with 6+ months practice recommended
Experienced with 1+ year practice recommended
Pregnancy yoga is suitable for both beginners and experienced practitioners – helping women enjoy their pregnancy with minimal discomfort, cultivate breath awareness and strengthen the body in preparation for labour. If you are new to yoga, you are welcome to start from the 14th week of pregnancy. If you are a yoga student with regular practice you may start pregnancy yoga at any time.
Perfect for those just starting their yoga journey. These classes are designed for those who have little or no experience with a yoga practice.
Qi : Air, energy, life force, breath, vital energy.
Gong : effort, discipline, skill, movement.
Related to Tai Chi, Qigong is a Chinese system of gentle movement which stimulates the flow of energy Qi to improve circulation and relieve stress.