quiz: which style of yoga is best for you?

Are you flummoxed by the choice of yoga out there? It’s no surprise given the number of styles on offer. There’s Vinyasa Flow, Yin yoga, Forrest yoga, Kundalini yoga, Shadow yoga, Hot yoga and so much more. Which one is best for you? Well, that depends on what you want out of your yoga practice. Maybe it’s to grow stronger; maybe it’s to relax. Whatever you’re after, we’ve got a class for you. Take this short quiz for our list of suggestions, tailored to you. And remember, what you want might change week-to-week so return to this quiz whenever you’re in need of a little inspiration.

Most yoga styles are based on yoga philosophies and include practices that are away from the mat. However, if you're particularly interested in this side of yoga, we suggest starting with:

Anusara yoga is a dynamic, flowing style of yoga. You might hold some key postures a little longer so that the teacher can explain key points of alignment. The spiritual foundation of an Anusara yoga class is that you are inherently good just as you are.

Dharma yoga Founded by Brazilian Sri Dharma Mittra, Dharma yoga is a strong physical and mental practice that will increase your mobility, flexibility and strength. While not for the faint-hearted, Dharma yoga is a devotional practice that emphasises good health, a clear mind and a kind heart.

Jivamukti yoga was founded by Sharon Gannon and David Life in New York City in 1984. Jivamukti classes integrate the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of yoga. Classes include vinyasa-based asana practice, hands-on adjustments, breath awareness, meditation and deep relaxation. Classes are themed and supported by Sanskrit chanting, eclectic music, readings and references to philosophical texts.

Kundalini yoga Yogi Bhajan brought the technology of Kundalini to the West in 1969. It features pranayama (breath work), mudras (hand gestures), asana (posture) and always meditation. Experiencing a profound sense of personal transformation is not uncommon. Some students wear white to absorb energy and light but you can come wearing whatever you want.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

We think you might like our dynamic styles, which include:

Ashtanga yoga Pattabhi Jois popularised this energetic style of yoga where you move rhythmically through a set sequence of asanas that purify, strengthen and lengthen the body.

Mysore style ashtanga yoga In Mysore-style classes, students practise the postures they’ve learnt at their own speed in a group setting. This is the way ashtanga is taught in Mysore India, the home of ashtanga, hence the name “Mysore-style”. Unlike “led” classes, you’ll work at your own pace and rhythm, practising the set sequence of postures and linking breath with movement. If you are new to ashtanga, this is a great way to learn. You can arrive at any time during the session – just leave plenty of time to finish your practice before the end time. Open to all levels and suitable for complete beginners.

Barre classes are dynamic and fun, taught by former (and current) dancers. Inspired by ballet movements, you will work your core, your legs and your arms – it’s a whole body workout that will leave you feeling refreshed, strong and light.

Dynamic Pilates classes link exercises in a moving, flowing sequence. Pilates is for everyone – and works the entire body through a series of repetitive, mat-based exercises. Some teachers might incorporate small equipment, such as resistance bands, balls and some yoga props. When practised consistently, it will help improve your strength, coordination and mobility. Pilates can also help prevent injuries and improve recovery and performance for those doing sports or practising yoga. Open to all levels from complete beginners to more experienced students.

Forrest yoga Created by Ana Forrest, Forrest Yoga is flowing type of practice taught in a warm room. Key postures include ones that unravel tension in the neck, abdominal core work and strength-based postures.

Prana Kriya yoga is a physically energising yoga practice, where we combine strong breath with powerful movement, resulting in a feeling of vitality and good health. The postures are different from ones you’d see in most other yoga class, and you’ll work with the breath – sometimes holding it – to strengthen the heart muscle.

Shadow yoga Founded by Zhander Remete, Shadow yoga blends traditional yoga postures with fluid martial arts movements. The “shadows” are obstructions and the purpose of this system is to free the body of its physical, energetic and emotional blockages.

Vinyasa Flow yoga is a dynamic practice and one of the most popular forms of yoga in the world. Vinyasa is a technique that synchronises breath with movement so in this class you will flow through a sequence of postures, which will differ teacher to teacher.

Yoga for Sports Yoga can help improve your performance if you are a runner, a cyclist, a footballer, a climber or a boxer. This class will help prevent injuries and aid recovery from pre-existing ones. You’ll learn how to stretch and strengthen muscle groups key to your chosen sport.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

Yoga is a general class open to all levels from complete beginners to more experienced students, with options given for different levels. There are a wide range of styles within the yoga tradition and the class will reflect the teacher and their yoga background.

triyoga Hot yoga classes follow a set sequence of postures designed to increase circulation, flexibility and strength and improve cardiovascular health. Far infrared panels heat the studio to 36-38 degrees, with 45 percent humidity. Rather than a “blowing” heat, far infrared creates a gentle heat that deeply penetrates the body. Great for beginners and perfect for all levels. Arrive well hydrated.
We’re sorry, we can’t allow any latecomers into class once it begins. Please arrive at least 10 minutes early. Pregnant women and children under 16 are not allowed in our hot classes.

Wheel yoga The yoga wheel is a unique prop that can help you work more deeply and safely in a variety of postures. The Level 1 class can help open the front of the body (the hip flexors, abdomen, chest and shoulders) as you roll on the wheel, massaging the spine and releasing tension in the upper back. The Level 2 class might work more deeply on backbends as well as inversions.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

Yoga is a general class open to all levels from complete beginners to more experienced students, with options given for different levels. There are a wide range of styles within the yoga tradition and the class will reflect the teacher and their yoga background.

triyoga Hot classes follow a set sequence of postures designed to increase circulation, flexibility and strength and improve cardiovascular health. Far infrared panels heat the studio to 36-38 degrees ,with 45 percent humidity. Rather than a “blowing” heat, far infrared creates a gentle heat that deeply penetrates the body. Great for beginners and perfect for all levels. Arrive well hydrated.
We’re sorry, we can’t allow any latecomers into class once it begins. Please arrive at least 10 minutes early. Pregnant women and children under 16 are not allowed in our hot classes.

Wheel yoga The yoga wheel is a unique prop that can help you work more deeply and safely in a variety of postures. The Level 1 class can help open the front of the body (the hip flexors, abdomen, chest and shoulders) as you roll on the wheel, massaging the spine and releasing tension in the upper back. The Level 2 class might work more deeply on backbends as well as inversions.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

COURSES: Our beginner's courses are the best way to learn the basics of yoga. Our experienced teachers will show you how to breathe (even if you think you already know!) and how to practise simple yoga postures that will make you feel great.

Click here to view our upcoming beginner's courses

We think you might like our relaxing and therapeutic classes. Be sure to always talk to the teacher about any injuries or health issues first so they can help you properly. Depending on your injury or illness, you might like to try:

Chair yoga which is taught using a chair and makes yoga accessible to anyone who wishes to move and breathe in a gentle way. The body will be honoured no matter what its physical challenges or limitations. The class will include simple movements, adapted yoga postures, breath awareness, meditation and relaxation.

Feldenkrais Expand your range of motion as you enhance your awareness, improve your function and express yourself more fully on a physical level. Lessons consist of precisely structured movements that gradually evolve into movements of greater range and complexity.

Inner Axis Developed by breathing expert Max Strom, Inner Axis deals directly with stress, anxiety and sleeplessness. It produces a level of fitness that makes you feel better, sleep better, and therefore function at a higher level, in your relationships, life and work. Classes will include breath-based yoga movement and mindfulness and are accessible to all fitness levels.

Qigong is an ancient Chinese exercise and healing technique that combines movement, mental concentration and breathing to increase and balance your vital energy, or ‘Qi’. Sometimes referred to as the Chinese equivalent to yoga, qigong is more than a physical practice, with many healing benefits for the body, mind and spirit.

Restorative yoga takes place on the floor and you’ll use props such as bolsters, blankets, foam bricks and blocks so your body can rest completely into a series of restorative postures. Living in the city can throw the nervous system off balance, and a restorative yoga class will help slow the heart rate down and allow the body and mind to rest fully.

Scaravelli is inspired by the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli, an Italian yoga teacher who pioneered the idea of effortless yoga. A gentle yet mentally-demanding class that focuses on developing core strength, releasing tension and creating length in the spine.

Yin yoga is a stilling practice that cultivates a deep sense of awareness through the release of mind and body stresses. An antidote to urban life, Yin focuses on releasing the connective tissue of the body (tendons, ligaments and fascia.) Poses are held for long periods, allowing the student to relax as they express patience and quiet.

Yoga Gently is for students of any age and experience who wish to practise gently and relax deeply. Also recommended for those plagued with any kind of injury. Ideal for beginners.

Yoga Level 1 is a general yoga class ideal for complete beginners, those in the initial stages of yoga practice or those seeking a gentler asana practice. There are a wide range of styles within the yoga tradition and the class will reflect the teacher and their yoga background.

Yoga Nidra is a floor-based practice and you’ll be covered with blankets and have props to support your body in its most comfortable state. Our teachers will guide you into a state of “conscious sleep”, leading to a feeling of complete inner and outer relaxation and calm.

Yoga for Back Care provides individual attention to students who need to strengthen their backs, improve their posture or alleviate discomfort.

Yoga for Cancer is a free class to help cope with cancer and cancer treatments. The class will help manage the side effects of treatment, boost immunity, decrease anxiety and stress, increase well-being, strength and range of motion. Classes are for any type of cancer and at any stage of recovery, or for anyone caring for a family member or friend. You will need to be reasonably mobile and able to move independently. If you are new to the class to please arrive 10 minutes before the start time to speak to the teacher before the class begins.

Yoga for Stress will help you to discover effective coping mechanisms to relieve the effects of stress on the body. Passive relaxation and breathing techniques are used to balance out the central nervous system.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

We think you might like our relaxing and therapeutic classes. Be sure to always talk to the teacher about any injuries or health issues first so they can help you properly. Depending on your injury or illness, you might like to try:

Chair yoga is taught using a chair and makes yoga accessible to anyone who wishes to move and breathe in a gentle way. The body will be honoured no matter what its physical challenges or limitations. The class will include simple movements, adapted yoga postures, breath awareness, meditation and relaxation.

Feldenkrais Expand your range of motion as you enhance your awareness, improve your function and express yourself more fully on a physical level. Lessons consist of precisely structured movements that gradually evolve into movements of greater range and complexity.

Inner Axis Developed by breathing expert Max Strom, Inner Axis deals directly with stress, anxiety and sleeplessness. It produces a level of fitness that makes you feel better, sleep better, and therefore function at a higher level, in your relationships, life and work. Classes will include breath-based yoga movement and mindfulness and are accessible to all fitness levels.

Qigong is an ancient Chinese exercise and healing technique that combines movement, mental concentration and breathing to increase and balance your vital energy, or ‘Qi’. Sometimes referred to as the Chinese equivalent to yoga, qigong is more than a physical practice, with many healing benefits for the body, mind and spirit.

Restorative yoga takes place on the floor and you’ll use props such as bolsters, blankets, foam bricks and blocks so your body can rest completely into a series of restorative postures. Living in the city can throw the nervous system off balance, and a restorative yoga class will help slow the heart rate down and allow the body and mind to rest fully.

Scaravelli is inspired by the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli, an Italian yoga teacher who pioneered the idea of effortless yoga. A gentle yet mentally-demanding class that focuses on developing core strength, releasing tension and creating length in the spine.

Yin yoga is a stilling practice that cultivates a deep sense of awareness through the release of mind and body stresses. An antidote to urban life, Yin focuses on releasing the connective tissue of the body (tendons, ligaments and fascia.) Poses are held for long periods, allowing the student to relax as they express patience and quiet.

Yoga Gently is for students of any age and experience who wish to practise gently and relax deeply. Also recommended for those plagued with any kind of injury. Ideal for beginners.

Yoga Level 1 is a general yoga class ideal for complete beginners, those in the initial stages of yoga practice or those seeking a gentler asana practice. There are a wide range of styles within the yoga tradition and the class will reflect the teacher and their yoga background.

Yoga Nidra is a floor-based practice and you’ll be covered with blankets and have props to support your body in its most comfortable state. Our teachers will guide you into a state of “conscious sleep”, leading to a feeling of complete inner and outer relaxation and calm.

Yoga for Back Care provides individual attention to students who need to strengthen their backs, improve their posture or alleviate discomfort.

Yoga for Cancer is a free class to help cope with cancer and cancer treatments. The class will help manage the side effects of treatment, boost immunity, decrease anxiety and stress, increase well-being, strength and range of motion. Classes are for any type of cancer and at any stage of recovery, or for anyone caring for a family member or friend. You will need to be reasonably mobile and able to move independently. If you are new to the class to please arrive 10 minutes before the start time to speak to the teacher before the class begins.

Yoga for Stress will help you to discover effective coping mechanisms to relieve the effects of stress on the body. Passive relaxation and breathing techniques are used to balance out the central nervous system.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

Lots of our classes take place in a warm or hot room. You will sweat it in:

triyoga Hot yoga classes follow a set sequence of postures designed to increase circulation, flexibility and strength and improve cardiovascular health. Far infrared panels heat the studio to 36-38 degrees, with 45 percent humidity. Rather than a “blowing” heat, far infrared creates a gentle heat that deeply penetrates the body. Great for beginners and perfect for all levels. Arrive well hydrated.
Pregnant women or children under 16 are not allowed in our hot classes. We’re sorry, we can’t allow any latecomers into class once it begins. Please arrive at least 10 minutes early.

Warm Vinyasa Flow takes place in a room heated to 30 degrees using therapeutic far infrared panels. Like a traditional Vinyasa Flow class, you will flow with the breath but our teachers might teach this class a little bit slower. But even so, you will sweat!

Warm Pilates is practised in room heated to 30 degrees with far infrared panels, this Pilates mat-based class detoxifies and strengthens the entire body. These classes are paced slower in order to adjust to the heat and intensify the work-in and work-out.

Forrest yoga Created by Ana Forrest, Forrest Yoga is flowing type of practice taught in a warm room. Key postures include ones that unravel tension in the neck, abdominal core work and strength-based postures.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

Lots of our classes take place in a warm or hot room. You will sweat it in:

triyoga Hot yoga classes follow a set sequence of postures designed to increase circulation, flexibility and strength and improve cardiovascular health. Far infrared panels heat the studio to 36-38 degrees ,with 45 percent humidity. Rather than a “blowing” heat, far infrared creates a gentle heat that deeply penetrates the body. Great for beginners and perfect for all levels. Arrive well hydrated.
Pregnant women or children under 16 are not allowed in our hot classes. We’re sorry, we can’t allow any latecomers into class once it begins. Please arrive at least 10 minutes early.

Warm Vinyasa Flow takes place in a room heated to 30 degrees using therapeutic far infrared panels. Like a traditional Vinyasa Flow class, you will flow with the breath but our teachers might teach this class a little bit slower. But even so, you will sweat!

Warm Pilates is practised in room heated to 30 degrees with far infrared panels, this Pilates mat-based class detoxifies and strengthens the entire body. These classes are paced slower in order to adjust to the heat and intensify the work-in and work-out.

Forrest Yoga Created by Ana Forrest, Forrest Yoga is flowing type of practice taught in a warm room. Key postures include ones that unravel tension in the neck, abdominal core work and strength-based postures.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

COURSES: Our beginner's courses are the best way to learn the basics of yoga. Our experienced teachers will show you how to breathe (even if you think you already know!) and how to practise simple yoga postures that will make you feel great.
Click here to view our upcoming beginner's courses

Most yoga styles are based on yoga philosophies and include practices that are away from the mat. However, if you're particularly interested in this side of yoga, we suggest starting with:

Anusara yoga is a dynamic, flowing style of yoga. You might hold some key postures a little longer so that the teacher can explain key points of alignment. The spiritual foundation of an Anusara yoga class is that you are inherently good just as you are.

Jivamukti yoga was founded by Sharon Gannon and David Life in New York City in 1984. Jivamukti classes integrate the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of yoga. Classes include vinyasa-based asana practice, hands-on adjustments, breath awareness, meditation and deep relaxation. Classes are themed and supported by Sanskrit chanting, eclectic music, readings and references to philosophical texts.

Kundalini yoga Yogi Bhajan brought the technology of Kundalini to the West in 1969. It features pranayama (breath work), mudras (hand gestures), asana (posture) and always meditation. Experiencing a profound sense of personal transformation is not uncommon. Some students wear white to absorb energy and light but you can come wearing whatever you want.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

COURSES: Our beginner's courses are the best way to learn the basics of yoga. Our experienced teachers will show you how to breathe (even if you think you already know!) and how to practise simple yoga postures that will make you feel great.
Click here to view our upcoming beginner's courses

Inner Axis Developed by breathing expert Max Strom, Inner Axis deals directly with stress, anxiety and sleeplessness. It produces a level of fitness that makes you feel better, sleep better, and therefore function at a higher level, in your relationships, life and work. Classes will include breath-based yoga movement and mindfulness and are accessible to all fitness levels.

Meditation + Mindfulness is the process of turning your attention inward with one-pointed focus, bringing about a sense of peace and self-acceptance. There are many meditative practices and mindfulness is one where you anchor yourself into the present moment. The mediation and mindfulness teachers at triyoga will have a range of influences from Buddhist to non-secular, and they will each possess their own approach to teaching this class.

Qigong is an ancient Chinese exercise and healing technique that combines movement, mental concentration and breathing to increase and balance your vital energy, or ‘Qi’. Sometimes referred to as the Chinese equivalent to yoga, qigong is more than a physical practice, with many healing benefits for the body, mind and spirit.

Restorative yoga takes place on the floor and you’ll use props such as bolsters, blankets, foam bricks and blocks so your body can rest completely into a series of restorative postures. Living in the city can throw the nervous system off balance, and a restorative yoga class will help slow the heart rate down and allow the body and mind to rest fully.

Yoga is a general class open to all levels from complete beginners to more experienced students, with options given for different levels. There are a wide range of styles within the yoga tradition and the class will reflect the teacher and their yoga background.

Yoga for Stress will help you to discover effective coping mechanisms to relieve the effects of stress on the body. Passive relaxation and breathing techniques are used to balance out the central nervous system.

Scaravelli yoga is inspired by the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli, an Italian yoga teacher who pioneered the idea of effortless yoga. A gentle yet mentally-demanding class that focuses on developing core strength, releasing tension and creating length in the spine.

TRE David Berceli’s Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) are a wonderful tool to assist the body to let go of chronic stress and deeply ingrained patterns. Your body will probably shake and tremor, its way of processing and releasing deeply-held tension. Please arrive on time for this class, as latecomers will not be admitted.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

Inner Axis Developed by breathing expert Max Strom, Inner Axis deals directly with stress, anxiety and sleeplessness. It produces a level of fitness that makes you feel better, sleep better, and therefore function at a higher level, in your relationships, life and work. Classes will include breath-¬based yoga movement and mindfulness and are accessible to all fitness levels.

Meditation + Mindfulness is the process of turning your attention inward with one-pointed focus, bringing about a sense of peace and self-acceptance. There are many meditative practices and mindfulness is one where you anchor yourself into the present moment. The mediation and mindfulness teachers at triyoga will have a range of influences from Buddhist to non-secular, and they will each possess their own approach to teaching this class.

Qigong is an ancient Chinese exercise and healing technique that combines movement, mental concentration and breathing to increase and balance your vital energy, or ‘Qi’. Sometimes referred to as the Chinese equivalent to yoga, qigong is more than a physical practice, with many healing benefits for the body, mind and spirit.

Restorative yoga takes place on the floor and you’ll use props such as bolsters, blankets, foam bricks and blocks so your body can rest completely into a series of restorative postures. Living in the city can throw the nervous system off balance, and a restorative yoga class will help slow the heart rate down and allow the body and mind to rest fully.

Yoga is a general class open to all levels from complete beginners to more experienced students, with options given for different levels. There are a wide range of styles within the yoga tradition and the class will reflect the teacher and their yoga background.

Yoga for Stress will help you to discover effective coping mechanisms to relieve the effects of stress on the body. Passive relaxation and breathing techniques are used to balance out the central nervous system.

Scaravelli yoga is inspired by the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli, an Italian yoga teacher who pioneered the idea of effortless yoga. A gentle yet mentally-demanding class that focuses on developing core strength, releasing tension and creating length in the spine.

TRE David Berceli’s Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) are a wonderful tool to assist the body to let go of chronic stress and deeply ingrained patterns. Your body will probably shake and tremor, its way of processing and releasing deeply-held tension. Please arrive on time for this class, as latecomers will not be admitted.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

COURSES: Our beginner's courses are the best way to learn the basics of yoga. Our experienced teachers will show you how to breathe (even if you think you already know!) and how to practise simple yoga postures that will make you feel great.
Click here to view our upcoming beginner's courses

Most yoga styles include some type of spiritual practice. If you’re particularly interested in this side of yoga and you prefer a seated practice, we suggest starting with:

Meditation + mindfulness is the process of turning your attention inward with one-pointed focus, bringing about a sense of peace and self-acceptance. There are many meditative practices and mindfulness is one where you anchor yourself into the present moment. The mediation and mindfulness teachers at triyoga will have a range of influences from Buddhist to non-secular, and they will each possess their own approach to teaching this class.

Kirtan Chanting is one of the main practices of yoga. Alongside classic Indian instruments like the the harmonium and drum, the Kirtan leader sings Sanskrit mantras and you repeat them, in a stilling of the mind and an opening of the heart. It's simply beautiful.

To view our schedules for your recommended styles, click here.

Most yoga styles include some type of spiritual practice. If you’re particularly interested in this side of yoga and you prefer a seated practice, we suggest starting with:

Meditation + Mindfulness is the process of turning your attention inward with one-pointed focus, bringing about a sense of peace and self-acceptance. There are many meditative practices and mindfulness is one where you anchor yourself into the present moment. The mediation and mindfulness teachers at triyoga will have a range of influences from Buddhist to non-secular, and they will each possess their own approach to teaching this class.

Kirtan Chanting is one of the main practices of yoga. Alongside classic Indian instruments like the the harmonium and drum, the Kirtan leader sings Sanskrit mantras and you repeat them, in a stilling of the mind and an opening of the heart. It's simply beautiful.

To view our schedules for your recommended styles, click here.

COURSES: Our beginner's courses are the best way to learn the basics of yoga. Our experienced teachers will show you how to breathe (even if you think you already know!) and how to practise simple yoga postures that will make you feel great.
Click here to view our upcoming beginner's courses

Most yoga styles include some type of spiritual practice. If you’re particularly interested in this side of yoga and you want to move with postures, we suggest starting with:

Anusara yoga is a dynamic, flowing style of yoga. You might hold some key postures a little longer so that the teacher can explain key points of alignment. The spiritual foundation of an Anusara yoga class is that you are inherently good just as you are.

Dharma yoga Founded by Brazilian Sri Dharma Mittra, Dharma yoga is a strong physical and mental practice that will increase your mobility, flexibility and strength. While not for the faint-hearted, Dharma yoga is a devotional practice that emphasises good health, a clear mind and a kind heart.

Kundalini yoga Yogi Bhajan bought the technology of Kundalini to the West in 1969. It features pranayama (breath work), mudras (hand gestures), asana (posture) and always meditation. Experiencing a profound sense of personal transformation is not uncommon. Some students wear white to absorb energy and light but you can come wearing whatever you want.

Jivamukti yoga was founded by Sharon Gannon and David Life in New York City in 1984. Jivamukti classes integrate the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of yoga. Classes include vinyasa-based asana practice, hands-on adjustments, breath awareness, meditation and deep relaxation. Classes are themed and supported by Sanskrit chanting, eclectic music, readings and references to philosophical texts.

To view our schedules for your recommended styles, click here.

Most yoga styles include some type of spiritual practice. If you’re particularly interested in this side of yoga and you want to move with postures, we suggest starting with:

Anusara yoga is a dynamic, flowing style of yoga. You might hold some key postures a little longer so that the teacher can explain key points of alignment. The spiritual foundation of an Anusara yoga class is that you are inherently good just as you are.

Kundalini yoga Yogi Bhajan brought the technology of Kundalini to the West in 1969. It features pranayama (breath work), mudras (hand gestures), asana (posture) and always meditation. Experiencing a profound sense of personal transformation is not uncommon. Some students wear white to absorb energy and light but you can come wearing whatever you want.

Jivamukti yoga was founded by Sharon Gannon and David Life in New York City in 1984. Jivamukti classes integrate the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of yoga. Classes include vinyasa-based asana practice, hands-on adjustments, breath awareness, meditation and deep relaxation. Classes are themed and supported by Sanskrit chanting, eclectic music, readings and references to philosophical texts.

To view our schedules for your recommended styles, click here.

COURSES: Our beginner's courses are the best way to learn the basics of yoga. Our experienced teachers will show you how to breathe (even if you think you already know!) and how to practise simple yoga postures that will make you feel great.

Click here to view our upcoming beginner's courses

These styles are great for working on precision and detail in postures, helping to align and balancing the body.

Yoga is a general class open to all levels from complete beginners to more experienced students, with options given for different levels. There are a wide range of styles within the yoga tradition and the class will reflect the teacher and their yoga background.

Iyengar yoga: This is an exacting and rigorous style of yoga developed by BKS Iyengar where you work on precise alignment of all body parts in a posture. The method is progressive, safe and orderly. The individual condition of each student is always considered and adjusted for.

Scaravelli yogais inspired by the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli, an Italian yoga teacher who pioneered the idea of effortless yoga. A gentle yet mentally-demanding class that focuses on developing core strength, releasing tension and creating length in the spine.

To view our schedules for your recommended styles, click here.

These styles are great for working on precision and detail in postures, helping to align and balancing the body.

Yogais a general class open to all levels from complete beginners to more experienced students, with options given for different levels. There are a wide range of styles within the yoga tradition and the class will reflect the teacher and their yoga background.

Scaravelli yoga is inspired by the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli, an Italian yoga teacher who pioneered the idea of effortless yoga. A gentle yet mentally-demanding class that focuses on developing core strength, releasing tension and creating length in the spine.

To view our schedules for your recommended styles, click here.

COURSES: Our beginner's courses are the best way to learn the basics of yoga. Our experienced teachers will show you how to breathe (even if you think you already know!) and how to practise simple yoga postures that will make you feel great.

Click here to view our upcoming beginner's courses

We think you might like our dynamic styles, which include:

Ashtanga yoga Pattabhi Jois popularised this energetic style of yoga where you move rhythmically through a set sequence of asanas that purify, strengthen and lengthen the body.

Mysore style ashtanga yoga In Mysore-style classes, students practise the postures they’ve learnt at their own speed in a group setting. This is the way ashtanga is taught in Mysore India, the home of ashtanga, hence the name “Mysore-style”. Unlike “led” classes, you’ll work at your own pace and rhythm, practising the set sequence of postures and linking breath with movement. If you are new to ashtanga, this is a great way to learn. You can arrive at any time during the session – just leave plenty of time to finish your practice before the end time. Open to all levels and suitable for complete beginners.

Barre classes are dynamic and fun, taught by former (and current) dancers. Inspired by ballet movements, you will work your core, your legs and your arms – it’s a whole body workout that will leave you feeling refreshed, strong and light.

Dynamic Pilates classes link exercises in a moving, flowing sequence. Pilates is for everyone – and works the entire body through a series of repetitive, mat-based exercises. Some teachers might incorporate small equipment, such as resistance bands, balls and some yoga props. When practised consistently, it will help improve your strength, coordination and mobility. Pilates can also help prevent injuries and improve recovery and performance for those doing sports or practising yoga. Open to all levels from complete beginners to more experienced students.

Forrest yoga Created by Ana Forrest, Forrest Yoga is flowing type of practice taught in a warm room. Key postures include ones that unravel tension in the neck, abdominal core work and strength-based postures.

Prana Kriya yoga is a physically energising yoga practice, where we combine strong breath with powerful movement, resulting in a feeling of vitality and good health. The postures are different from ones you’d see in most other yoga class, and you’ll work with the breath – sometimes holding it – to strengthen the heart muscle.

Shadow yoga Founded by Zhander Remete, Shadow yoga blends traditional yoga postures with fluid martial arts movements. The “shadows” are obstructions and the purpose of this system is to free the body of its physical, energetic and emotional blockages.

Vinyasa Flow yoga is a dynamic practice and one of the most popular forms of yoga in the world. Vinyasa is a technique that synchronises breath with movement so in this class you will flow through a sequence of postures, which will differ teacher to teacher.

Yoga for Sports can help improve your performance if you are a runner, a cyclist, a footballer, a climber or a boxer. This class will help prevent injuries and aid recovery from pre-existing ones. You’ll learn how to stretch and strengthen muscle groups key to your chosen sport.

Click here to view our schedule for all of your recommended classes

COURSES: Our beginner's courses are the best way to learn the basics of yoga. Our experienced teachers will show you how to breathe (even if you think you already know!) and how to practise simple yoga postures that will make you feel great.Click here to view our upcoming beginner's courses

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