Flow Yoga. Yin Yoga. Beginner’s Yoga
slow down … listen to your body … nourish you
Flow Yoga is an active style of yoga that strengthens muscles, increases mobility, improves tone and brings about a deep sense of relaxation in the nervous system. This has been my daily practice for years and is a mindful dance of movement and breath. Suited to those with some yoga experience or more physically able practitioners. Ask me if you are unsure if this class is for you.
Yin Yoga is a quiet meditative pared back practice. A subtle- body practice, we lean into long slow holds allowing deep connective tissue (fascia) to release and soften. A grounding and centreing practice with ample space to explore the spectrum of the body mind vechicle.
Yoga Basics is a simple beginners class where we review the foundations of yoga practice each week. Healthy breathing, movements of the spine, basic postures and a focus on a different group of poses each week e.g balances. Completing my Yoga Fundamentals Beginner’s course is a recommended.
2 classes in 7 days $30
Regular Yogi: 4 classes in 4 consecutive weeks $68
Yogi Star: 10 classes in 8 consecutive weeks $160
Passes activate at first class. Passes will automatically activate two weeks from purchase date. No transfers or credits. Extensions may be given if Yoga East cancels classes.
- credit card
- Direct Bank Transfer using your mobile phone or ask Margot for details
Respectful mindful conduct
Yoga East is a shared space where peace, happiness, and calmness reside.
Help us keep it this way …
Leave your shoes and worries at the door as you breathe in peace.
Make sure your mobile phones and any other devices are switched off.
All valuables, bags and personal items are to be left in the cubicles inside the yoga studio
Honour the ‘whisper zone’ if a class is currently on. Remember this is a space where we come to relax and enjoy a body-mind respite from our full lives.
Bring a recyclable water bottle to hydrate yourself after your practice.
Let the teacher know before the class if you have any medical conditions injuries or are pregnant that may impact on your practice so suitable modifications can be offered.
Avoid eating 2 hours before class as yoga is best practiced on an empty stomach. If you have a fast metabolism and you are feeling hungry before class then try a glass of juice, a piece of fruit or some nuts/seeds about an hour before class.