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'Repair' is a word we frequently associate with something that is broken but this can also be a word used to ensure the repair and recovery time from training, a long day or stressful situations.


This section will offer classes that will focus on stretching out targeted areas, while encouraging us to slow things down and recenter. Aiming to reduce stress and anxiety and repairing and preparing the body to cope better under pressure

Stress Release

Who is this for: Anyone

The start of the week can be even more challenging than the end of the week, and can leave us feel sluggish and drained by the evening.

This practise helps us to explore connective movement and the art of transition to help keep you fully connected to your physical body, while calming the mind and working on release postures to help eliminate stress and tension that may have built over time.

When we create a moving meditation through movement and breath connection, we activate the flow of energy that at times can become blocked due to stressful situations.

This practise is 75 mins to ensure we start with warming the body up slowly and safely, allowing you to take time to slow down and connect to the physical, opening up time and space to flow, finishing off with a gentle relaxation to ensure a more calmer and chill night ahead.

Our aim is to leave you feeling quieter through mind and body and with a sense of relaxation and space within.

Detox Yin Yang

Who is this for: Anyone


Feeling sluggish and still carrying the weight and tension from the week passed? When we carry these negative energies they cause blockages in our bodies and begin to store.

Through this detoxing practise we will begin the process through twisted postures. By performing yoga twists for digestion, backbends and forward folds, we are able to massage and put pressure on our organs, which helps release the build up of toxins.

Let's get back to the squeeze and soak theory by B.K.S. This encourages movement in our bowels, which then helps release toxins from our body, activating the detoxification process to make your weekend more comfortable, relaxed and stress free.

Yin is more internal, passive, cooling and downward. While Yang is more external, dynamic, warming and upward. When these terms are applied to yoga, Yin Yoga is a slower practice where poses are passively held for longer, working on the deep, dense (Yin) connective tissues and joints in the body.

Yin For Sleep

Who is this for: Anyone


It's the end of the day and time to wind down in preparation for a blissful and deep night's sleep.

Focusing on releasing tension and stress, while opening the connective tissue to ensure a freer flow of blocked energy in the body, internal organs and joints, while allowing the body to reline and find balance between the yin (cooling energy) and yang (heating energy).

Once our energy is inline and balanced this makes way for an easier and more consistent night's sleep.

Yin also targets areas of the body that are rarely found in dynamic yoga practises.

Yin is a slow-paced style of yoga which can be mistaken with restorative but we are here to dispel the common misconception of being an easy style of yoga. Let's face it, is any style of yoga easy?

Yin can have you encountering challenges on a physical, emotional and mental level, but you and I both know the benefits are far more rewarding.