My Yoga Styles

What yoga style do I teach?

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Inside Flow

Music drives the Inside Flow yoga classes and frames the whole sequence. During an Inside Flow class you are moving fluidly from one posture to another carried by the music. In Inside Flow you are singing a song with the body into the flow state. Movement and breath become one. It’s not about the final posture, but the actual movement of the postures. The journey is the destination. Inside Flow has different sequences and energy, it can be slow, fast, upbeat, or relaxing. This wonderfully engaging and heartwarming style is an evolution of Vinyasa yoga.

Inside Vinyasa (Flow On Beat)

This class is about pumping up the volume and getting into the flow. The music drives the breath and the movement to create a steady and even transition from one pose to another. Imagine a regular vinyasa class, only on beats creating an endless dynamic loop without beginning or end. The breath leads the movements, synchronising every movement with inhalation and exhalation. Instead of focusing on a specific pose, the practice focuses on moving from one pose to another, allowing you to meditate while flowing on your mat. Expect a cool-down flow and a well-deserved savasana at the end of the workout.

Chromatic Yoga

In a Chromatic yoga class, I’ll lead you towards a peak pose and break down different elements of the chosen pose.

​We’ll perform the actions required to get the best out of your body in the peak pose, strengthen the muscles necessary to be strong and lengthen the muscles needed to be flexible. We’ll put it all together for the last few moments of the class. The emphasis is on getting to know your body and building intelligence in your muscular system. It’s a system that will enable you to get the most out of your body effectively and efficiently.


This active, energetic style of yoga focuses on the connection between breath, movement and mind. We’ll create a flow-like sequence, using our breath to move continuously and smoothly from one pose to the next. Over time, this physically challenging practice becomes a meditation in movement, whereby the world around you fades into the background. If you’re looking for a deep stretch, relaxation and a good workout, this fun and creative class is for you.


Hatha yoga provides an opportunity to stretch, unwind and release tension – which is vital to a busy lifestyle. In Sanskrit, ‘hatha’ means forceful and refers to practising physical postures and breathing techniques. Broken down, ‘ha’ translates to sun and ‘tha’ to moon, equating the practice of achieving harmony and balance in the mind, body, and spirit. It’s a gentle yoga style, perfect for those starting their yoga journey.

Restorative & Yin

In this slow style of yoga, you’ll hold poses for a more extended period – usually 3-10 minutes. It allows your body to relax and release all the tension in your muscles and mind. On a physical level, it will soften the connective tissue around your tendons, muscles, and ligaments, improving your circulation, agility and flexibility. We’ll use blankets, blocks and bolsters to ease and support you while you’re holding the poses. Restorative and Yin yoga is a meditative and mindful approach to yoga and an inward-focused practice.


Standup Paddle Yoga

SUP yoga takes your practice from your mat to a paddleboard on calm water. When doing your poses, the board’s movement will challenge your strength, balance and focus. While many find this practice incredibly challenging and humbling, it’s also a lot of fun! Another fantastic benefit of SUP yoga is that it takes you outdoors, breathing in the fresh air and connecting with nature. It’s a calming and relaxing experience that will improve your yoga skills on land.