Nadia



Nadia instructs the following:
  • Hot Hatha - 60 min
  • Room Temp: Hot

    Best for: beginners and regulars

     

    Strong and steady

    This class has static poses with longer holds designed to build strength, flexibility and a still mind. The poses are accessible to most people and there is sufficient recovery between poses. The focus is on alignment and embodying the fundamental principles of a yoga practice. If you've done hot yoga before, this class is similar to other static styles such as Bikram, Moksha and Absolute.

     

    The 60 min class requires less stamina so beginners will find it easier and regulars will find energising.


  • Hot Hatha - 90 min
  • Room Temp: Hot

    Best for: regulars and beginners adapted to the heat and like a challenge


    Strong and steady

    This class has static poses with longer holds designed to build strength, flexibility and a still mind. The poses are accessible to most people and there is sufficient recovery between poses. The focus is on alignment and embodying the fundamental principles of a yoga practice. If you've done hot yoga before, this class is similar to other static styles such as Bikram, Moksha and Absolute.

    The 90 min class requires a steady sustained effort that most people will find challenging.


  • Hot Hatha - 75 min

  • Room Temp: Hot

    Best for: regulars and beginners adapted to the heat and like a challenge

    Strong and steady

    This class has static poses with longer holds designed to build strength, flexibility and a still mind. The poses are accessible to most people and there is sufficient recovery between poses. The focus is on alignment and embodying the fundamental principles of a yoga practice. If you've done hot yoga before, this class is similar to other static styles such as Bikram, Moksha and Absolute.