Yoga Classes Newstead
From Ashtanga to Hatha and Yin, we offer yoga classes to suit each and every shape, size and stature at Restoration Zone in Newstead.
In this class, proper alignment is reached by grasping its understated actions. Emphasising the basic structure of poses, which can be modified with props, our aim is to understand the alignment and to gain greater bodily responsiveness, flexibility and vigour.
Not for the faint-hearted, prepare yourself for an adrenalin-fuelled adventure in our highly, sought after Ashtanga yoga sessions. Described as smooth and uninterrupted, this athletic and demanding exercise promises that, with continued adherence, a proficiency in attentive nonattachment is acquired; a skill which can be applied into all aspects of life.
Elements of dance and moving meditation are key components in the creative sequences of our Flow gatherings. Challenging yet empowering, this fluid form of Vinyasa yoga seeks a graceful succession of particular asanas synchronised with the beat of your inhalation.
Having its roots in the style of Knoff Yoga - an arrangement that joins Iyengar Yoga with Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga - Foundations focuses on postures, meditation, and breath work, and guarantees strength building and improved attentiveness.
Hatha simply refers to the practice of physical yoga postures. Hatha practices are designed to align and calm your body, mind, and spirit in preparation for meditation.
Our Power courses are a series of physically exigent practices designed to encourage self empowerment and genuine personal control. Power is the perfect partnership when facing emotional and philosophical obstacles.
Stretch Therapy is a comprehensive system that includes different stretching techniques, strengthening (particularly at the end range of motion), fascial remodelling, neural re-patterning, and relaxation. With mindful practice, Stretch Therapy will help you discover and release the lines of tension in your body, move more efficiently, improve your posture and athletic performance, and increase your flexibility and mobility.
This style of yoga targets the deep connective tissues of the body (vs. the superficial tissues) and the fascia that covers the body; yin yoga aims to help regulate the flow of energy in the body.
Yoga for Lifting
Yoga for Lifting is intended to advance your mobility for the functional movements you require both at the gym and in all aspects of life. Improved flexibility in areas such as ankles, hips, hamstrings, shoulders and thoracic spine can lead to deeper squats, faster sprinting, perfecting the Olympic lifts and enhancing performance in daily activities.
Contact us if you are interested in attending one of our yoga classes, or would simply like to know more.