These classes are designed for brand new beginners wanting to learn the basics of a ReAlign class. No fitness level, age limit or flexibility required, these classes are designed for those that want to learn the foundational structure of the movement and poses to develop strength, flexibility and agility, you will also learn basic breathing techniques, plus classes will always end with yoga nidra (a guided meditation technique). Come join us we look forward to meeting you.
This blended class provides a intelligent multi-level experience for intermediate level students. You will be taken to your edge in a clear focused way. We will work to strengthen the whole body by moving each individual muscle through its full range motion through deep core muscle work. Physiology explains how cells of the body degenerate when a muscle only uses apart of it´s length. In this class we will move each individual muscle from it´s most contracted position to it´s resting point so we work to rejuvenate every cell inner being, resulting in more energy all round. This class is for those that want to work hard to achieve inner balance and peace.
Is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. Commonly referred to as “flow” yoga. Expect to do breathwork known as pranayama and meditation. This is a great combination of movement and mindfulness.
Introduces signature moves that are informed by ballet conditioning and dance movements. A mix of isometric, eccentric and concentric contractions, where we hold, or pulse the body in challenging poses such as Plank, single-leg balances, and during core work, these are ideal functional moves for both men and women alike, at every age. These exercises improve balance, our sense of mind to muscle connection, proprioception (understanding where the body is in space) and coordination - skills and strengths that enable strong, lean, healthy dancer like bodies at every age, for life. “What is most important to me is that the students discover a quality of elegance in their posture and a grace not only on the mat but in their daily movements, plus this is therapy for healthy joints and a strong flexible spine”. Amanda Dee
Is the branch of yoga that typically comes to mind when you think of yoga in general terms. The practice involves breath, static poses, and mindfulness. This type of class is great for beginners as it moves slow Expect to practice breathing techniques (known as pranayama), yoga poses, and meditation.
Is a gentle form of yoga that can be done while sitting. Some poses can also be done standing using a chair for support. ... Chair yoga can improve your flexibility, concentration and strength, while boosting your mood, and reducing stress and joint strain. This is a great class for those with limited range of motion, who may find it hard to sit on the floor, it is great for the elderly, those with back problems and other injuries.