Nidra means sleep in Sanskrit – in class you are led through a distinct style of meditation which keeps you just between wakefulness and sleep because this is where you are at your most creative and most able to heal, both physically and mentally. The paradox of this practice is that you’re lying down, making yourself as comfortable as possible, looking like you are asleep but trying not to fall asleep. Our lives are so busy these days, sometimes we need the space to explore what’s going on internally without the distraction of updog and downdog - that’s what Nidra is for. Some weeks you may have vivid experiences through the meditation and some weeks you might sleep through the whole class, either way is what you need!
A more restorative practice, in Yin you hold poses for several minutes to lengthen the muscle in a more relaxing way. This is great for beginners, or for those who want to be still and unwind.
A flowing yoga sequence, starting with warming sun salutations, followed by holding poses. Available before work, during lunch and after work for either 45, 60 or 90 minutes. Slow Vinyasa is also a great option for those who prefer a slower practice.
Follow a set sequence of poses. Perfect for those who enjoy a traditional, challenging practice.
Broga is the original 'fitness yoga' designed to appeal to men, but women are also welcome! Broga sequences are strong, energetic and challenging, using a system of reps and sets to strengthen and tone specific muscle groups at a time.
Broga combines the best core-strengthening, muscle-toning, cardio-working, stress-reducing, clarity-enhancing yoga postures with functional fitness exercises for an amazing workout.
There are easier or harder options in every pose so everyone is welcome, no matter whether you are an absolute beginner, or a professional athlete. If you want to get fitter, stronger AND more flexible then you will love Broga! You’ll get that pumped-up feeling you get from working out and a deep flexibility and relaxation feeling from “working in” - ENJOY!