Traditional poses and sequences are often rethought to incorporate ‘juicy’ movements that feel good within the body. Postures are felt from within, transitions from one to the next being just as important as the poses themselves. Mindful flow is about moving in a way that feels good, on that day, with time and space given to explore suggestions and alternatives, as well as to get individually creative on the mat. Prepare to tune in to how your body feels through mindful movement, awareness and breath.
Power Flow – Experts
In Power Flow previous yoga experience is required, movement and breathe are synchronized to create a flowing practice. The Asanas (postures) are linked together in a way that makes sense physically, and creates a moving meditation, where the body becomes strong and flexible, while the mind becomes focused and calm. The pace of the flow can vary, as you are guided into and out of postures with fluidity and attention to alignment. Sophie brings her unique expertise, experience and creativity to the class. Music often forms a component to these flowing classes, which have a fun and playful element.
Vinyasa classes will focus the mind, build strength and develop flexibility. Through these dynamic and often challenging classes, you will be guided to let go of the tension in your body and mind. Classes are de- fined by Sophie’s background and style, and may include meditation and spiritual discourse, exploration of alignment or the practice of inversions.
Age group 8 – 11 years old for 1 hour class
This is a fun and energetic way for your child to incorporate fitness into their daily routine using safe methods of training and activities that children naturally enjoy. It is also an exciting and fun way for kids to exercise and learn healthy lifestyle habits.
The class duration is short and its play-based curriculum is geared towards teaching kids to think of exercise as FUN. Skills are age-appropriate developmental motor skills for the average 6 to 11 year-old.
Age group 12 – 15 years old for 1 hour class
This is a fun but yet more challenging than the kids class. It helps your teens stay active and creates more body awareness as well as keeping a healthy and fit lifestyle. The movements and skills learn’t in this class builds up to adult CrossFit.
CrossFit classes are a really good add on to any sport types, as it is a good form of strength and conditioning.
The class duration is short but at a higher intensity fitness level. This is a more self challenging based curriculum that is geared towards teaching teens to think of exercise as FUN and an achievement. Skills are age-appropriate developmental motor skills for the average 12 to 16 years old.