Sanskrit is the language of yoga. We look at the meaning behind the Guru mantra and finish with a led meditation. ‘Guru Brahma, Gur
Emma Henry was introduced to yoga in the mid-90s and has been teaching since 1998. Her background in dance and martial arts is evident in her dynamic, innovative and playful choreography and understanding of anatomy and the subtle body.
Her yogic path has led her to Mysore from practicing Astanga with Sri K Pattabhi Jois to advanced certification in the Jivamukti method. Emma facilitates the Jivamukti Teacher Trainings with Sharon Gannon and David Life. Her continuing education is shared with all her students through her love of yogic texts and mesmerizing chanting.
A well constructed flow to honour the original yoga teacher Shiva. Filled with balancing and backbending.
Live Music by Sheela Bri
In this vinyasa practice we take on many forms and all those forms become like one form so the mountain becomes the dog becomes the stick
Looking at the physical body as a finely tuned instruments to harmonize with all beings in this orchestra we call world. Live Music by D
A creative blast of sun salutations to stoke up the yogic fire and build strength. Great as a warm up for a longer class or just a 20 min
An emphasis on the shape of the asana, angle, circles and spirals within the asana with a dance like flow that moves the practitioner in
A juicy jivamukti flow that will reverse the everyday actions that leave our shoulders tight and knotted up. This class will leave you fe
Feel freshly wrung out, detoxified and invigorated from this tapasic twisting class. Besides restoring your spine’s natural range of mo
The activities and stresses of our daily lives can often lead to tightness and discomfort in our hips. Hip opening postures can release s
Hip opening postures can release stress and negative emotional memories, which may be stored in your hips on an energetic level.
This Jivamukti class will not only lead you to enlightenment but will also give you an abdomen of steel and will help to develop a flying