Southbank Yoga

Southbank Yoga is run by Alan, he is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200), who has been practicing yoga for 15+ years and delivers a refreshing yoga practice for all levels of yogis. 

Southbank Yoga offers a classical approach to our classes based on Patanjali's 8 limbs of yoga. The yoga classes we teach are either a hatha or yin style.

Hatha classes generally start out with a gentle meditation and pranayama and then progressively build the energy levels which peak approximately 30 minutes into the class. We then start to reduce the energy levels, ultimately finishing the class with a restful savasana. Students can take breaks as needed at any time in the class, whilst those seeking to explore their practice will also have an opportunity to do so.

Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga consisting of passive postures that are mostly done while seated or lying on the floor. There are a limited number of Yin postures (though each can have many variations) but there are definitely no sun salutations, no chair poses, no planks, no warriors, no high lunges, no humble warriors, no vinyasas.

Hatha and Yin classes suit all yogis, from "never done" yoga to the more experienced.

 

Southbank Yoga is run by Alan, he is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200), who has been practicing yoga for 15+ years and delivers a refreshing yoga practice for all levels of yogis. 

Southbank Yoga offers a classical approach to our classes based on Patanjali's 8 limbs of yoga. The yoga classes we teach are either a hatha or yin style.

Hatha classes generally start out with a gentle meditation and pranayama and then progressively build the energy levels which peak approximately 30 minutes into the class. We then start to reduce the energy levels, ultimately finishing the class with a restful savasana. Students can take breaks as needed at any time in the class, whilst those seeking to explore their practice will also have an opportunity to do so.

Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga consisting of passive postures that are mostly done while seated or lying on the floor. There are a limited number of Yin postures (though each can have many variations) but there are definitely no sun salutations, no chair poses, no planks, no warriors, no high lunges, no humble warriors, no vinyasas.

Hatha and Yin classes suit all yogis, from "never done" yoga to the more experienced.

 

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