Yoga Flow
Begins with gentler movements to warm up the body, then moves into progressively more challenging flowing sequences. These may include balances, inversions and peak poses. Ends with calmer, deeper stretches and flow based asanas (yoga postures). The sequences are planned to help build strength, flexibility and balance; making the body stronger, more flexible, plus calming the mind.
o Level 1 is aimed at those newer to Flow Yoga or wanting a less intense practice.
o Level 2 is aimed at those with a more regular Yoga practice or wanting a stronger flow class.

Hatha Yoga
Postures are being practiced to align, strengthen and promote flexibility in the body. Breathing techniques and meditation are also integrated. You can expect an emphasis on simplicity, repetition and ease of movement.

Yin Yoga
A gentle class focusing on deep twists, bends, and folds designed to improve flexibility and range of movement. Unlike a Vinyasa flow class, Yin Yoga involves holding postures for a longer period. This is a great class for beginners starting out their practice.

Power Yoga
A challenging Vinyasa-style class focused on strengthening and stretching the body using dynamic, fluid postures. This workout challenges the body and invigorates the mind.

Pilates Fusion
Pilates Fusion incorporates exercises from different workout styles – including barre, yoga and strength training – to give a modern twist to Mat Pilates.
Similar to Mat Pilates, this has a deep focus on the core and emphasizes moves that will tone, stretch and elongate muscles.