Class Description

Aerial yoga ( 60 min )

Aerial yoga combines traditional asana and yoga philosophies with the aerial arts. Silk fabrics are hung from above to aid practitioners in forming shapes. The versatility and support of the fabric allow people to access new movements, helps to reduce the load on wrists and knees, which can sometimes limit mobility in a floor-based practice.
Hanging fully or suspending individual body parts is believed to create traction and open your body more gently and intuitively. The silks and ropes can also be helpful for balance.
In this low-impact cardiovascular conditioning class, where you can achieve increased flexibility, core strengthening, muscle toning, and enhanced joints mobility throughout your body. The class, carried out in a non-heated room, is sure to release you of stress and anxiety, and fill you with inspiration and energy.

Be prepared to hang upside down during the class, finishing it with a peaceful savasana rocking in your hummock fully wrapped into a soft silk. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to class start time.

Difficulty: Suitable for beginners and all levels
* This class is not suitable for people who had vertigo, high blood pressure or eye conditions.

Benefits: Increase of muscular flexibility and strength, stability and balance, Increase in both spatial and mind-body awareness

What to bring: yoga mat

Restorative Aerial with Sound bath ( 75 min )

Restorative Aerial yoga is a meditative form of yoga that allows you to focus on your breath while releasing tension in your body. Aiming to achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation restorative aerial yoga utilises the aerial yoga hammock as a prop to assist the body in attaining various postures. These hammocks are suspended 20cm off the ground and are used as a prop to help students with deeper stretches, twists and openings, whilst providing a gentle inversion.
Classes focus on breath awareness, pranayama and mindfulness, as well as full relaxation and restoration of mind and body, which helps to combat the physical and mental effects of everyday stress, and eases common ailments such as headaches, backaches, anxiety, and insomnia. Finishing with a beautiful savasana practice inside the hammock allows you to melt into the fabric and bliss out in your own little cocoon.

Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to class start time.

Difficulty: Suitable for beginners and all levels

Benefits: Reduced stress level, Deep relaxation, Increased flexibility, Improved capacity for healing and balancing

What to bring: Yoga mat

Restorative Stretch ( 60 min )

Restorative stretch class is focused on spending time in various poses, as well as performing dynamic movement with the goal of improving mobility and flexibility. This class begins with warm up movements to build heat and prepare the muscles for stretching. Most poses are done on the floor and you might also use straps or bands to help hold, lengthen, or deepen specific stretches. Perfect if you are recovering from injuries, or if you just need some quiet ME time!

Difficulty: Suitable for beginners and all levels

Benefits: Improved flexibility and mobility, reduced stress level and chronic pain, reset of nervous system

What to bring: yoga mat

Yin ( 75 min )

This practice is designed to help you sit longer, and more comfortably, in meditation by stretching connective tissue around the joints, mainly the knees, pelvis, sacrum, and spine. A passive practice, Yin Yoga involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held for 3 to 5 minutes, accessing deeper layers of fascia. This class is suitable for all levels and students with injuries. Please bring your yoga mat.

Difficulty: suitable for beginners and all levels

Benefits: improved flexibility and mobility, reduced chronic pain, deep relaxation, improved injury recovery.

What to bring: yoga mat

Trigger Point Yin ( 60 min )

A trigger point is an area of neurological activity in the body. Even when you are relaxed, a nerve impulse is maintaining contraction in a specific spot(s) in your muscle(s) as an adaptation for your most common stressors. Trigger points can form due to high levels of stress/anxiety, over/repetitive use, dehydration, trauma, injury, or a combination there of.

Trigger Point Yin class sets up the body in supported, passive stretches giving the practitioner time to relax, gather information and take cues from their physical, energetic, and emotional body. The postures are held from 1-5 minutes, effecting more than just the muscles, but getting into the fascia, connective tissue and opening channels in the subtle body.

Difficulty: Suitable for beginners and all levels

Benefits: Improved movement, flexibility and overall muscle function, reduced exercise-related soreness and pain, released knots/trigger points


What to bring: yoga mat