Anahata vinyasa flow

Anyone who has ever attended an Ocean Flow Fitness yoga class will be aware that music is an integral part of any class. From the minute we set off on our yoga journey in class, music is there to guide us through the flow of the practice we are embarking on. With feel good acoustic Indie pop, or mellow melodies normally staring off our warm up asanas. The energy then starts to raise a bit once we enter our first Sun Salutations, which can often lead to full on high energy beats by the time we hit the main flow of the class. This mayRead More →

Yin yoga straddle

My experiences with Yin Yoga – From Yinginner to Yinster! So at the beginning of this year in a hot yoga Shala in the Goan jungle, as the scorching sun of the day was just starting to set to the sounds of the serenading monkeys and birds all around us, I was introduced to Yin yoga: a form of yoga which left me somewhat out of my comfort zone in terms of a yoga practice, due to the utter stillness and prolonged sustaining of the poses that contrasted so profoundly with my own style of choice up until then, Vinyasa. But a style that hasRead More →

Flying fish pose on the beach

15 minute flow building strength in the shoulders and upper back Perfect for toning your glutes and thighs, this strength building flow builds stamina in the shoulders and upper back to help you achieve a more accomplished and better aligned Shoulderstand. Using the breath to guide you through a series of controlled asanas working with Bridge pose as its foundation, this 15 minute flow will leave you feeling toned, empowered and centred. The last part of the tutorial will guide you into a full Shoulderstand, followed by some work with Plough and then all finished off with some counter poses before inviting you to restRead More →

Wide legged forward fold with side twist

Full Yoga class for releasing the lumbar spine This 40 minute yoga class uses a combination of twists and forward folds to release tension built up in the lower back and right along the back of the body. Including a warm up, flow and floor work, this multi level class is available to anyone to use at home for their personal practice. Beneficial for maintaining good spinal health, whether you are suffering from back or neck issues or not. And a great all round toner. This class will leave you feeling destressed, mentally and physically wringing you out of toxic tensions. Enjoy and Namaste!Read More →

Malasana with side stretch in a pretty English garden

Yoga for releasing the lumbar spine This 40 minute yoga class uses a combination of twists and forward folds to release tension built up in the lower back and right along the back of the body. Including a warm up, flow and floor work, this multi level class is available to anyone to use at home for their personal practice. Beneficial for maintaining good spinal health, whether you are suffering from back or neck issues or not. And a great all round toner. This class will leave you feeling destressed, mentally and physically wringing you out of toxic tensions. Enjoy and Namaste!Read More →

Upward facing dog at the end of a jetty on a summers day

Yoga for all over toning and core engagment Particularly beneficial for releasing the Hamstrings and glutes and for building strength in the shoulders, wrists and core. Please do not attempt the jump backs into Chaturanga unless you have practiced it with an experienced teacher. Instead simply step back into plank and then drop down into chaturanga if you would like to, or leave this pose out all together. If you do feel like you’re ready to include this more advanced asana into your practice then make sure that you always jump back into bent elbows, as jumping back into straight arm plank will jolt yourRead More →

Backward Bow in Acro - yoga

Acro Yoga Out-Takes Behind every perfect yoga video are hours of dedicated practice along with many a stumble, fall and failed attempt. But is it really failure if you’ve tried? Surly failure is letting fear rule you and never stepping into the unknown! Don’t ever let yourself feel intimidated by the abstract concept of perfection. It is NOT real and does Not exist, especially in the age of social media and digital editing, and it is highly subjective. DREAM BIG! And learn to fly! And if you crash a couple of times along the way then dust yourself off and try again, because the skiesRead More →