Giant silk hammocks hang from the ceiling, supporting your balance and body weight as you sit, lie and turn yourself upside down. The moves and poses are drawn from yoga, dance, Pilates and aerial acrobatics.
A series of 26 basic yoga postures, performed in 105° heat and 38% humidity for 90 minutes. The sequence of poses is set, and you'll get a near identical experience at any Bikram class, anywhere in the world.
A strong, therapeutic practice, known for long holds in poses and its focus on transformative healing. There's a strong emphasis on deep, powerful breath and challenging sequences are key features of a class. This is yoga for the 21st Century.
Any and all yoga that happens in a heated studio. Classes may slow and steady, or more dynamic, flowing from one pose to the next like a Vinyasa class. All Bikram is Hot Yoga, but not all Hot Yoga is Bikram.
Renowned for its attention to precise alignment and deliberate sequencing for all ages and abilities. You'll systematically work every part of your body, building strength and a superb yoga foundation.
A modern fusion of the physical, ethical and spiritual aspects of yoga. You'll chant, sing, listen to thought-provoking readings and challenge your body with a vigorous, flowing practice set to uplifting music. Much more than just a work out.
A form of devotional chanting, often accompanied by musical instruments and rhythmic hand drums. Kirtan is a simple and powerful way to meditate. Immerse yourself in the sound, and when the music stops, your mind is quiet.
You'll exercise with specialised pieces of apparatus, designed to give both resistance and support to the body. The resistance created by the equipment provides a challenging strength and endurance workout, with quick and noticeable results.
All the fundamental movements of Pilates exercise are incorporated in a mat classes, so this is a great place to begin. Most exercises are done lying down on your mat and focus on buliding strength in the core of the body.
A serious mind-body workout for those who like a sweaty class. Fast paced and athletic pose sequences are linked by the breath for a flowing, vigorous practice. The poses and sequences vary from class to class, and the practice is often set to music.
Pranayama is the practice of breathing exercises, but it's about more than just the breath. The breath is said to be the vehicle for prana, the body's vital energy, which pranayama works to expand, channel and release.
Traditional yoga poses are carefully adapted for expectant mums to get the maximum benefit. Class themes are chosen with your body's needs in mind, keeping you strong, supple and balanced through your term.
A gentle, yet challenging practice to do with surrender and release. Poses allow gravity and the breath to unravel tension in the body and create length in the spine while you bring awareness to your body's natural response.
A strong practice incorporating movements from yoga, martial arts and dance. Shadow Yoga draws wisdom from Ayurvedic and Siddha medicine, and works with marma points in the body (subtle energy points of the Ayurvedic system).
No-nonsense classes geared specifically to men. Classes are stripped down to just the yoga poses and breathing. The practice is likely to be fast paced and physically challenging, giving you a full-body workout.
A powerful relaxation technique, also know as 'Yogic Sleep' or 'Sleep with Awareness'. A systematic method of reaching full-body relaxation and a meditative state of awareness as your teacher verbally guides you.
Yoga techniques and practices to help with specific injury rehabilitation or health problems. Yoga is a holistic practice, so therapists will take into account your whole person, mind body and spirit, to get the best results they can.
A fusion of yoga and Pilates. Some poses look and feel like yoga, while others are key ingredients of a Pilates class. Movements are fluid and there's a focus on breathing as well as the transition from one pose to the next.