Yoga is a perfect combination with our therapeutic spa treatments to deeply relax the body, mind and soul. The stretching and breathing techniques of yoga marry the practised strokes of the massages to induce a sense of balance and calm.
Sunrise Yoga - Energising the body, mind and spirit in a sequence of yoga postures performed as one continuous exercise. The programme starts off slow and builds speed to create a fast flow. This graceful sequence is also known as “Sun Salutation Yoga”.
Pilates - The Pilates exercise technique is a set of principles and exercises which works the whole body in balance, coordinating the upper and lower musculature with the body's centre. This dramatically improves strength, flexibility, posture and coordination.
Pranayam Yoga - This gentle yoga is a healing meditative practice with moves which are slow and intentional. A slower paced restorative session that focuses on breathing relaxation and gentle stretching, this class is perfect for the beginners. As you unravel and slow down, peace will calm the body and soothe the spirit.
Sunset Yoga and Meditation - This practice combines meditative and yoga postures with different relaxation techniques. Meditation provides your mind with a method of focus to keep you in the present. Meditation includes:
- Om Meditation - Om meditation is one of the mantra meditation. Mantra repetition helps to maintain a blank state of mind. By chanting the mantra, it helps to tune the mind.
- Chakra Meditation - Chakra is known as the spinning wheel of energy. There are seven major Chakra points located throughout the body, each with their own unique attributes and characteristics. By practising Chakra meditation, you can increase the focus of the mind and body.
- Yoga Nidra Meditation - Yoga Nidra sometimes known as ‘Yogic sleep’, is a state of deep relaxation in which you intentionally enter the stillness of deep sleep, yet paradoxically remain awake in a state of supreme stillness and insight. This process of awareness is extremely beneficial, both for releasing stress and for experiencing the joy of subtler spiritual explorations or experiences.
Hatha Yoga - Hatha Yoga is based on classic and ancient practices introduced in the 15th century in India. It encourages proper alignment of the body and calming of the mind through relaxation and meditation. A combination of different postures (asanas) with controlled breathing exercises to bring a sense of balance and strength.
Ashtanga Yoga - This method of yoga involves synchronised breathing with a progressive series of postures. The purpose is to create heat in the body which leads to perspiration. The result is improved circulation, a strong body and a calm mind.
Yoga For The Aching Back - Systematic sideward, backward bending to stretch, strengthen and supple your entire back.
Yoga for Golfers - Explore traditional postures to stretch, strengthen, and improve balance and concentration.