Whatever you want we have a style of yoga that will suit your needs.
The descriptions below give you an idea of what classes provide.
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic and energetic form of yoga. Its main focus is on deep breathing as you travel through a set sequence of therapeutic yoga postures. Breath is synchronised with movement guiding you through the practice.
On one level, Ashtanga Yoga helps you to increase body-tone, flexibility, stamina and concentration, while working deeply on your body.
Having some level of fitness and experience of yoga is helpful.
Please have a blanket, thick book and a towel with you in case you need support during the poses or warmth when taking rest at the end of the class.
Gentle Vinyasa Flow
Gentle Vinyasa Flow is a gentle dynamic practice where movement from one pose to another is synchronised with the breath. Suitable for all levels.
How to Use Yoga in Your Daily Life
This is an opportunity to explore the meaning and purpose of life through listening and discussion with Neeraj, who is a yogi from the Himalaya’s. This will be of great help to seekers of truth. Satsang is the food of the soul by which we are assisted to purify our minds and live mindfully. All you need to bring is yourself and a quiet space.
You can make a small donation for this class. Please note that prepaid class passes cannot be used with this session.
Meditation is the process of quieting the mind in order to spend time in thought for relaxation or religious/spiritual purposes. The goal is to attain an inner state of awareness and intensify personal and spiritual growth. In practice, meditation involves concentrated focus on something such as a sound, image or feeling.
No experience of meditation is required before joining these classes.
NHS Yoga Class
This is a free class for NHS Lincolnshire Employees only. The class contains a mixture of Gentle Vinyasa Flow and Yin Yoga (please see the other class descriptions for further detail).
To gain access to this free programme please use your nhs.net email address or contact Philip on 07532 223209
The yoga programme is designed to enable most people to access the sessions.
Restorative Yoga is a type of yoga known for its relaxing, calming and healing effect. It allows students to practice without any strain or pain. This was developed into a whole style of yoga which was considered ideal for those recovering from injuries or illnesses.
For Restorative yoga, the intention is to relax as far as possible into the postures, using as little physical effort as possible. The mind focuses on the breath in order to cultivate mindfulness and release tension from the body.
Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, that are held for longer periods of time—for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one posture for five minutes or more.
Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility.
Find out more by calling Philip on 07532 223209
You might not know what style suits you, so why not try out one of our Introductory and Beginner Classes