Developed and taught by our Sri K. S. Coburg, this unique and beautiful form of vinyasa has been taught in our studios since January 2018 with many students going through personal transformations as a result of this physically and mentally demanding practice.
Beginners Dynamic Style classes are developed specifically for those who are new to yoga. Students are supported to gain a strong foundation in the basic postures, while beginning to develop strength, alignment and awareness of the breath.
Beginners Intermediate Dynamic Style Yoga Classes are developed specifically for those who are new to yoga or building on the foundation of beginners classes. Students are supported to gain a strong foundation in the basic postures and introduced to more challenging postures, developing a greater awareness of alignment and the synchronisation of the breath with asana.
If you struggle getting up in the mornings or fitting exercise into your schedule then Breakfast Club classes are designed for you. The class is developed to help you get the best out of you for the day. With uplifting postures and powerful breathing exercises this class will leave your body and mind feeling rejuvenated, refreshed and ready for the day ahead. At the end of Breakfast Club classes, we serve natural yoghurt with either honey or fruit compote! The perfect start to the day!
Dynamic All Levels classes are aimed all students, regardless of how long they have been practising yoga. Classes are fun, lively and strong and include some more advanced postures, with plenty of hands-on guidance with alignment. Students are supported to take their understanding of the science and art of yoga to a deeper level.
Deep Stretch and Yoga Nidra classes compliment all Dynamic classes at The Radiant Hand. Through a slow, deep and mindful practice, students learn to develop a greater understanding of the body and the importance of alignment of body and mind. This practice enables students to unwind and relax on a much deeper level.
Dynamic classes are aimed at those who have some experience of yoga. Classes are fun, lively and strong and include more advanced postures, with plenty of hands-on guidance with alignment. Students are supported to take their understanding of the science and art of yoga to a deeper level.
The word ‘chakra’ comes from Sanskrit and means wheel, vortex or disk. There are seven major chakras or energy centres in the subtle or non-physical body and when any of them are out of balance, dis-ease can occur. This inspiring dynamic class is specifically designed to re-align and re-balance the chakras, creating feelings of equilibrium and well-being.
Dynamic Immersion Yoga is a Classical Dynamic class integrating elements of Anahata Agni Hotra Yoga to develop the understanding of the relationship, connection and root that Anahata Agni has in classical yoga…an evolutionary, exploratory and profoundly healing class, which will be exploring the art and science of sequencing; the art of vinyasa krama.
We will be developing movement, grace and awareness of the body through asana and sequencing development, as well as stimulating mindfulness and thoughtfulness through discussion, sharing and learning.
A great class for teachers, trainee teachers and all those who wish to deepen their understandings of yoga and yogasana work. A slow, even paced class, structured more like a workshop, which allows the student to explore, question, discuss, unravel, appreciate and empathise with the beauty, mystery and serenity in the art of yoga.
Hatha classes are slower paced than Dynamic classes and focus more intensively on particular postures, with less emphasis on the flow between postures. Students are helped to develop poise, balance and grace in their asana, creating a sense of calm and well-being.
Intermediate Dynamic Style classes build upon the foundation developed in Beginners classes and are designed specifically for students who have some experience of yoga. Students are introduced to more challenging postures, developing a greater awareness of alignment and the synchronisation of the breath with asana.
These fun, physically challenging and mentally stimulating classes are especially designed for 7 – 10 year olds. Sessions will include relaxation and visualisation techniques, increasing body awareness, strength, flexibility and concentration.
Do you suffer from stress, anxiety, fear or maybe you just long to switch off from the continual chatter that goes on in your mind? If so, come along and experience one of our meditation classes. Meditation can be seen as a holiday for the mind and a break from the stresses and strains of daily life. These classes will take you through different concepts of meditation some of which include pranayama (breath control), mantra and guided visualisation to help restore your vitality and find a sense of peace and joy. You will leave with a renewed sense of self and a fresh perspective.
Are you feeling out of shape and tired with no time for yourself after giving birth? Mother and Baby yoga classes will help you to rebuild flexibility and strength, as well as promoting emotional well-being and relaxation. Babies welcome!
With our experienced, approachable and dedicated teacher Geraldine, herself a mum, who during and after her pregnancies practised and taught pregnancy yoga (as well as Dynamic!), you only need to meet her and you will know you are in safe and very capable hands. These holistic pregnancy yoga classes are directed towards your specific needs during the journey of pregnancy, assisting you to maintain balance in your body, while promoting emotional well-being and relaxation.
Satsang; in Sanskrit ‘sat’ means ‘true’ and ‘sanga’ means ‘company’, so it can be interpreted as ‘company of the ‘highest truth’, ‘in the company of a guru’ or ‘company with an assembly of persons who listen to, talk about and assimilate the truth’. Satsang usually involves a discussion around a particular yoga-related topic and the opportunity to ask any questions that might arise. On occasion, there may be a reading from a yoga text, followed by reflection on how to incorporate the concepts discussed into one’s everyday life.
Are you passionate about running and cycling? Would you like to ease out aches and pains, improve your flexibility and increase your strength? Both running and cycling involve repetitive movements, so specific muscle groups can become strained and tight as a result. For runners, the hamstrings, calves and muscles of the hips and thighs are particularly affected, while cyclists tend to experience tightness in the hip flexors due to leaning forwards on their bikes. The class will focus particularly on stretching out these areas of the body, while building strength to reduce risk of injury.