NEST YOGA CLASSES
Nest Yoga classes cater for all levels of experience.
If you have questions about any of our classes, or are seeking guidance on the most suitable classes for you, please reach out – Nest Yoga’s team of friendly instructors are more than happy to assist.
Flow yoga, also known as Vinyasa yoga, is a popular style of yoga that emphasises moving smoothly and continuously between poses in a flowing sequence. In a Flow yoga class, you can expect to combine movement, breath, and mindfulness to create a dynamic and energizing practice.
Flow class typically begins with a warm-up to gently stretch and prepare your body for the more intense movements to come. This may involve simple yoga poses such as downward-facing dog, cat-cow, and sun salutations, and may also include some breathing exercises to help you focus and connect with your breath.
A Vinyasa Flow yoga class is a dynamic and invigorating practice that is suitable for all levels of fitness and experience. Whether you are looking to build strength and flexibility, reduce stress and anxiety, or simply enjoy a fun and energising workout, Flow yoga is a great choice.
FLOW / ALIGN
Whether you are new to yoga or have had some experience, flow align is a great way to participate in safe movement, seeking to maintain strength, stability and flexibility. Yoga is great for reducing stiffness of the body and increasing energy levels. In these classes the teacher will guide students through an all level practice, poses can be modified and props such as blocks and bolsters are used depending on the individuals ability or restrictions. This class is suitable for all levels of experience.
Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga that involves holding postures for several minutes at a time, with a focus on relaxation and stretching. Unlike other forms of yoga, which focus on building strength and endurance, yin yoga works to release tension in the body’s connective tissues, such as ligaments, tendons, and fascia.
Some of the benefits of Yin yoga include increased flexibility, improved joint mobility, reduced stress and anxiety, and better circulation. Yin yoga is a gentle, relaxing, and deeply therapeutic practice that can help to improve your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
Hatha is a form of yoga that focuses on physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation to promote overall health and well-being.
It is a gentle, slow-paced practice that is accessible to people of all ages and abilities.
Hatha yoga typically involves a series of poses that are held for several breaths each. The practice emphasises the alignment of the body and the cultivation of mindfulness and awareness.
In addition to its physical and mental health benefits, a Hatha yoga class may also incorporate spiritual aspects. Students find that the practice can help them to connect with their inner selves, and cultivate a sense of inner peace and calm.
FLOW INTO YIN
Flow into Yin is an all level class at Nest Yoga Wembley. Students will be lead through a half hour vinyasa flow where movement is linked with breath, working on developing strength and balance and then for the benefit of the body’s soft tissue networks students will settle into longer help yin poses for the remainder of the class. This class offers a little bit of everything and will leave you feeling refreshed and restored.
Slow Flow yoga combines slow and deliberate movements with conscious breathing. This practice emphasises the mind-body connection and encourages students to focus on their internal experiences. In Slow Flow yoga classes, the pace is slow and deliberate, allowing for a deeper focus on breathing and mindfulness. This style of yoga is suitable for all levels, as poses are held for longer periods of time, allowing for more exploration and alignment.
Slow Flow yoga provides a myriad of benefits for both the body and mind, including stress relief, increased flexibility, improved balance and coordination, and greater mental clarity and focus. By slowing down the pace of movement and focusing on breath and alignment, Slow Flow yoga can also help to reduce the risk of injury and improve overall physical and mental well-being.
In Slow Flow yoga, the focus is on mindful movement and breath work, rather than striving for perfection in a particular pose. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or a beginner, Slow Flow yoga classes offer a welcoming environment for anyone looking to explore the benefits of this gentle and mindful practice.
Core Flow is a dynamic style of yoga that combines traditional yoga poses with flowing movements to build strength, flexibility, and balance. This class is designed to tone and sculpt your muscles, improve your cardiovascular health, and increase your overall energy and vitality.
A class typically begins with a warm-up to prepare your body for the more intense movements, these movements may involve gentle stretching, deep breathing, and simple yoga poses. As the warm-up progresses, the movements become more dynamic and challenging, incorporating a series of flowing sequences that are designed to build strength and endurance.
As the class draws to a close, you will move into a series of cooling-down poses that help to lower your heart rate and reduce any tension in your muscles.
Prenatal yoga is suitable for beginners all the way to experienced yogi’s from 12 weeks gestation up until the birth of your baby.
Prenatal yoga classes at Nest Yoga in Wembley help maintain a connection with your body during this period of change, can ease pregnancy related discomforts, aid relaxation, provide appropriate movement and improves sleep. Classes are taught by specially trained Prenatal yoga teachers.
Prenatal yoga is taught in 5 week series at a cost of $125. Series are run back to back throughout the year, please contact Nest Yoga for the next start date.
YOGA A MODIFIED PRACTICE
This class is suitable for older people as well as those recovering from or working with an injury, illness or general movement restrictions. Props are used such as chairs, the wall, blocks and so forth to support students in accessing postures safely. This class is taught by an experienced yoga teacher who will be able to work with each individual’s specific needs. Bookings are essential and concession prices apply.