Style of Yoga

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Asha first trained as a teacher of the Iyenger style of yoga in India.
The focus here is more on precision and body alignment.


Secondly she trained as a teacher of the Sivananda style. Sivananda yoga is more spiritual and 
 focuses more on meditation and pranayama (breath control).


Thirdly Asha trained a teacher of Asthanga with David Swenson and with British Wheel of yoga.  


Asha has taken the best from all these disciplines and created her own style.



Our dynamic Yoga is based on creative sequencing, moving with the breath, Students are constantly reminded to lengthen the breath and slow the move to feel the breath and to feel the posture.  All the classes are  finishing with guided relaxation, Pranayama and meditation.


Every class focuses on a different ‘peak pose’ or theme and you will always learn something new.


You can expect to gain strength, flexibility and core stability and will feel mentally uplifted and relaxed.


Although this is a dynamic form of yoga, beginners are encouraged to give try and take it at their own pace. Non-competitiveness within the class is encouraged throughout.

Our very popular restorative yoga is suitable for all levels and specially helpful to people suffering from stress. In restorative classes we use lots of props like bolsters, blocks and straps to get you deeper into the long hold postures and finishing with yoga nidra (guided relaxation) and long meditation.