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Hatha Yoga is a calming, gentle and supportive form of yoga which increases mind-body awareness. Hatha is the most widespread type of yoga and aims to strengthen the body and relax the mind in a gentle and calming manner.

These classes increase mind-body awareness and are flowing and meditative. The content of each class differs from week to week so that you can enjoy variety. All classes include breath work and alignment, and end with a period of relaxation. The feel of the sessions is meditative so that you leave feeling calm and relaxed, as well as stretched.

We are introducing two new hatha classes this  September:
Hatha Yoga - Early morning class, Tuesdays 7.30-8.30am, £9. Starts 12 Sept with a £3 Taster, book below.
Women's Yoga - Thursdays 12-1pm, £9. Starts 7 Sept, find out more and book here.

To see days and times of drop-in hatha classes, view our online timetable

dynamic hatha yoga

Our dynamic hatha classes are, as the name suggest, a more dynamic form of the classic hatha class, combining traditional hatha postures in a more fluid, moving series. These classes will tend to build up more of a sweat, as you move with the breath from posture to posture through transitions, keeping the movement flowing throughout the practise and although open to all levels can be a more challenging form of yoga movement

Drop-in dynamic hatha classes
Thursdays 6-7.15pm with Sarah Williams & Fridays 10-11.30am with Emma Cservenka.




Monthly De-Stress Yoga workshops with Charlotte - please see here




COURSES - last spaces available!
We have a few spaces left on some of our dance, body work/pilates and yoga courses. ... read more
Alexander Technique workshop, Saturday 30 September
The Alexander Technique is about looking at ‘what we’re up to’ in our daily lives. Mark Claireaux will look at how to combat stress using Alexander's discoveries. ... read more
Brighton Yoga Teacher Community Forum, Sunday 1 October
This term’s forum will include a look at partner work in yoga with a practical session led by Sevanti, who will then give a talk about setting up and running yoga retreats. ... read more
De-Stress Yoga workshop, Saturday 7 October
Charotte Watts continues her series of De-stress workshops with the theme 'Connect from the centre outward'.   ... read more
Morphic Release Movement - an introductory workshop , Sunday 8 October
MRM explores how the human body is created, evolves and changes through the continuous experience of movement. ... read more


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