YOGA is a Sanskrit word derived from the word Yoke, or to UNITE.
HATHA Ha - Sun and Tha - Moon describes the practice of creating balance between these two opposites.
Hatha Yoga is a uniting of ones attention, with breath and body. This trains the awareness to be engaged with the present moment, allowing the practitioners to naturally embody clarity and resislience on the mat and in daily life.
Vinyasa also known as 'specialised flow' yoga is popular for its smooth fluid sequences and synchronised breathing techniques.
The many benefits of this dynamic style include increased strength and circulation in the body. This can improve poor posture and breathing to encourage detoxification and alleviate issues related to stress.
Yin Yoga is renowned for its still, softening more contemplative approach to yoga. Postures are held for an extended period of time to stimulate deep connective tissue; fascia, ligaments and joints.
Yin is a profound way to settle a busy, fast mind, it's great for athletes to enhance flexibility for rehabilitation and renew vitality.