What type of yoga does the hut offer?

In a nutshell the hut offers Hot classes and Gentle classes.

Check out the styles of yoga below!

Hot Yoga

What is it? 

The room is heated to 36 Degrees plus to warm the muscles and set to torch the calories and detox the body. Poses are designed to improve strength, balance and flexibility while toning, detoxifying toxins and relieving tension. 

In hot yoga you have to work with your breath deeply which results in a calm mind and sense of achievement. Designed to be challenging at times, each individual is encouraged to go at their own pace, be ready to work and sweat!


Who is it for?

All levels – anyone who likes a strong challenging practice


Gentle Yoga

What is it? 

Have you ever wanted to try yoga but felt too intimidated to try, or you just don’t think your body can do it. These beginners classes will build your confidence and love for yoga by showing you that yoga is for everyone. You will learn the basic standing and seated poses and the importance of why we do them. The class moves at a gentle pace focusing on correct alignment and breath. You will feel your strength and flexibility improve. You will feel energised with a sense of inner calm.

Who is it for?

 Beginners, those looking to get back into yoga and those recovering from injury

Hatha yoGa

What is it? 

Hatha yoga can be consider an umbrella term to describe many of the most common forms of yoga taught in the west today.

With this type of yoga, you move your body slowly and deliberately into different poses that challenge your strength and flexibility; while at the same time focusing on relaxation and mindfulness. 

Hatha Yoga places special emphasis on controlled breathing and posture. Building core strength, which is key to good posture; this is another important aspect of this type of yoga practise. 

There are hundreds of poses, including well-known ones such as Downward-Facing dog and Standing forward bend. Poses are usually held for several breaths before you move onto the next. 


Vinyasa YoGA

What is it? 

Vinyasa connects one posture to the next using the breath. This can be thought of as a linking or flowing into postures which is sometimes why it is called flow Yoga.  

Vinyasa is synonymous with movement. Moving in and out of postures is the obvious movement, but even in stillness it is represented by the beat of your heart and inhale/exhale of your breath. Breath initiates the movement, which is why you’ll hear it referred to as a breath-synchronized practice

Ujjayi is the breathing technique used. It is done by inhaling and exhaling in a rhythmic manner through the nose, the overall sensation is one of relaxation.

Vinyasa practice generated heat and can add a cardiovascular component not always present in other forms of postural practice. 

Yin Yoga

What is it? 

Yin is a quiet contemplative practice. It works deeply into our body with passive longer held poses. It targets the deepest tissues of the body – our connective tissues, ligaments, joints, bones, deep fascia networks of the body and the meridians. 

 This in contrast to a yang practise such as Vinyasa which targets the muscles. Energetically, Yin yoga improves the energy flow enhancing the flow of chi in the organs. Yin yoga offers wonder emotional and mental health benefits. 


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