Class Styles

Real Flow Heat and Dynamic Yoga

‘Real Flow Yoga’ Heat sequences are dynamic and energising. They have an emphasis on fluidity within the body,  flowing in and out of postures with breath led movement. We work with strengthening and releasing asana, introducing key breathing techniques for the practice, meditation and focus on finding your ‘Flow State’ within yoga, on and off the mat. These classes are great for improvers & intermediate practitioners and may be challenging for complete beginners, but suitable for all levels as modifications and variations are always offered.

Benefits include:

  • Endurance and strength training. Because the challenging poses are done in quick succession, Vinyasa flow yoga helps build muscle strength while improving your fitness.
  • Stability and balance
  • Cardio workout
  • Lower stress and anxiety
Real Flow Heat Class

Real Flow Cool and Slow Flow Yoga

‘Real Flow Yoga’ Cool sequences are slow and restorative. They have an emphasis on release within the body using breath. We work with deepening and releasing asana, introducing key breathing techniques for the practice, meditation and focus on finding your ‘Flow State’ within yoga, on and off the mat. These classes are great for all levels as modifications and variations are always offered.

Benefits include:

  • Help find the space between poses while still retaining the gentle rhythm of a Vinyasa Flow class
  • Opportunity to focus on proper alignment and movement within the body
  • Steadiness to build cardiovascular endurance
  • Improve physical, mental, and emotional health without ‘overdoing’ it
Real Flow Cool Yoga Class

Hatha Yoga

Hatha is a general category that includes most yoga styles. It is an older style of Yoga that includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation. The main difference between a Hatha and Vinyasa Flow class is the pace and the goal of the practice. Hatha yoga is designed to align and calm your mind, body and spirit. Vinyasa classes often repeat series of poses and often involve increasing body heat and building strength.

Benefits include:

  • Builds core strength
  • Increases bone density
  • Healthy heart
  • Stronger immunity
  • Tone the body
  • May assist in weight loss

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga targets both the deep connective tissue between the muscles and the fascia throughout the body. Yin helps to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility as the poses stretch and exercise the bone and joint areas as well as provide deep calm and relaxation in the mind during practice. These classes are slow paced, deeply relaxing and suitable for all levels.

Benefits include:

  • Reduces stress and relieves tension
  • Increases circulation in the joints
  • Balances internal organs and improves flow of prana
  • Balances our ‘Yang’ or fast-paced dynamic yoga practice or other sports and activities
  • Improves flexibility in the muscles and connective tissue
  • Encourages mindfulness and meditation
Yin Yoga session

Meditation

The popularity of meditation is increasing as more people discover its benefits. Meditation is a habitual process of training your mind to focus and redirect your thoughts. You can use it to increase awareness of yourself and your surroundings. Many people think of it as a way to reduce stress and develop concentration. People also use the practice to develop other beneficial habits and feelings, such as a positive mood and outlook, self-discipline, healthy sleep patterns and even increased pain tolerance. And the one great thing about Meditation is you can do it anywhere!

Benefits include:

  • Reduces stress – stress reduction is one of the most common reasons people try meditation
  • Controls anxiety – less stress translates to less anxiety
  • Promotes emotional health and mental well-being
  • Enhances self-awareness and consciousness
  • Lengthens attention span
  • May reduce age-related memory loss
  • Can generate kindness
  • May help fight addictions
  • Improves sleep
  • Helps control pain
  • Helps decrease blood pressure

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra or Yogic Sleep is a state of consciousness between being awake and asleep. It encourages the release of stress, the release of negative feelings and long held beliefs that no longer serve us. It does it in a kind and gentle way that is very safe and anyone can do it. Nidra is an efficient method of inducing complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation while maintaining consciousness. At times you may feel very aware of whats being said, at other times, you may feel like you’ve drifted off. Yoga Nidra goes through layers of consciousness and 20 minutes is said to be the equivalent to a 4 hour deep sleep.

Benefits include:

  • Deep restoration, recuperation and healing which can reset the central nervous system
  • Helps to boost the immune system, release toxins and improve metabolism
  • Counteracts stress and prescribed by GPs in many countries
  • Provides effective relief for depression and long standing anxiety
  • It is an efficient way to obtain sleep
  • Clears the mind for learning, creativity and absorbing new material
  • Releases tension for body and mind
  • Calms and relaxes the mind
Nidra Yoga

SUP Yoga

SUP Yoga (Stand up paddle board) is practicing yoga on a paddle board on a body of water. SUP is one of the fastest growing global water sports and combined with Yoga provides an all over mind and body experience. SUP Yoga is best practiced on calm bodies of water like lakes, bays or harbours. Many yogis are improving their yoga skills tremendously by practicing SUP yoga because it requires more strength, balance and focus.

Benefits include:

  • Builds and refines Yoga technique on land
  • Relieves stress and brings calm to the mind
  • Improves breathing techniques
  • Increases flexibility and strengthens new muscles
  • Improves balance and core strength
  • Gets you outside in beautiful surroundings and it’s a whole lot of fun with a likeminded community
SUP Yoga

Private Tuition

1-2-1 sessions or smaller, more intimate groups are a wonderful way to begin your Yoga practice or work on something specific, paying particular attention to alignment, meditation or breathing techniques. Maybe you are returning to yoga from injury, illness or time away from the mat and just wish to deepen your practice by receiving personal tuition.

Benefits include:

  • Within the comfort of your own home or outside location (if weather permits)
  • Berkshire/Home counties/Buckinghamshire covered (please contact for other locations)
  • Flexible times that fit your weekly schedule
  • Hands on assist throughout the practice to find your alignment in asana
  • Opportunity for a deeper understanding of your own yoga practice and the 8 Limbs of Yoga
  • Practice at your own level within your range of motion
  • Work on elements that you wish to focus and improve upon
  • Deep relaxation in Savasana with lavender eye pillows at the end of practice
  • Mats and props provided if required
Private tuition

To book a 1-2-1 please contact us

Corporate Classes

Many companies are introducing Yoga in to employee Well-being programs and classes with colleagues can be hugely rewarding. Offering positive, mental, physical and emotional balance in the workplace whilst bringing like-mind colleagues together in a convenient location and relaxed environment to build and strengthen working relationships. Meditation and breathing techniques improve focus and concentration, co-ordination and relieving stress or anxiety, hence bringing a more productive work flow and reducing employee sick days.

For further information please contact us

Corporate classes

Workshops

Workshops are a great way to break down certain concepts, postures or themes. A standard yoga class follows a typical structure whereas a workshop has the luxury to go DEEP into a specific topic such as arm balances, backbends, chakras or inversions.

Benefits include:

  • Fully immersed in the theme or specific focus
  • Deepen your learning, knowledge and understanding of your practice
  • An opportunity to answer your questions
  • Workshops are fun!
  • Yoga workshops are an investment in yourself
Workshops

Please visit our Workshop page for upcoming workshops.

Retreats

There are many reasons to attend a Yoga retreat; they allow you to ‘pull back’, become inspired, become spacious, detox and find your people.

Benefits include:

  • Learn and advance your yoga
  • Increase your knowledge and understanding
  • A great tool for relaxation, rejuvenation and replenishment
  • Explore new locations and places to practice
  • Find lifelong friendships
  • Connect with nature and all that surrounds you
Retreats