Yoga & Meditation
Hatha yoga: 60 minutes
hatha is most often used to describe gentle, basic yoga classes that emphasize static postures compared to styles with more movement or flow. Expect a slower-paced stretching-focused class with some basic breathing exercises (pranayama) and a seated or lying meditation at the end. Hatha classes are a good place to work on your alignment, learn relaxation techniques, and become comfortable with doing yoga while building strength and flexibility.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga: 60 minutes
Yoga Nidra Meditation: 75 minutes
Yoga nidra often known as yogic sleep, is a meditation and conscious relaxation practice that is intended to induce total physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. Aside from being relaxing, restorative and restful, studies have shown that yoga nidra can also: ease insomnia, decrease anxiety, alleviate stress, reduce PTSD, chronic pain and chemical dependency, heighten awareness and focus, transform negative habits, behaviours and ways of thinking.
This class will help you foster feelings of peace, calm, and clarity.
Slow Flow Yoga: 60 minutes
Slow flow classes are light, slower paced and gentler than our vinyasa and hatha classes. Poses are generally held for longer periods and the transitions between poses are a little slower. Slow flow is a more gentle practice making it great for beginners while also being beneficial for intermediate and advanced students who feel like slowing things down and sinking deeper into their practice.
Providing physical and emotional guidance in a welcoming space during your pregnancy!
The perfect program for mums-to-be, prenatal yoga at the Hub is supportive, informative and conducted in a beautiful, welcoming space.
Duration: 60 minutes
Duration 45 minutes
Our stretch class is run by our qualified myotherapist. Stretch is a gentle class involving both dynamic and static stretches aiming to improve and increase movement through the muscles and joints around the body.
Class duration is 45 minutes, and, in that time, you will cover stretches for the upper and lower body concentrating on breathing as well as the importance of body position and technique in stretching.