What is Dynamic Yoga?
Dynamic yoga is a modern and athletic style of vinyasa yoga. Vinyasa simply means flow, so each pose flows into the next. Prepare to build up a sweat!
What to expect
Expect a balance between physical postures, dynamic movements, breathing exercises and elements of relaxation to leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated. Our classes are fun and challenging and open to both beginners and the more experienced. Each class is individually sequenced by the teacher, adapting to the needs of the class. They will contain varying sequences and poses to keep the body challenged, yet will have enough familiarity to aid progression. Leave our classes lighter, energised, refocused and ready for the rest of your day.
Where does it come from?
The dynamic style of yoga at The Yoga Edge draws on multiple yoga lineages including Vinyasa, Power, Forrest, Jivamukti and Baptiste. Our teachers bring their learnings and experiences of the practice to share with their students. Expect to be challenged, yet feel a sense of familiarity in the structure of our classes.
Suitable for complete beginners to dynamic yoga and those who want to work at a beginners pace. Also suitable for those working with an injury or those wanting to gain further understanding of alignment. This class will still give you a good workout, and will contain deeper explanation and demonstration to prepare you for our open level classes.
Our energising dynamic yoga class to stretch, strengthen, detox and unwind. Open to all levels of ability with both less and more challenging options being offered throughout. Leave feeling refreshed, refocused and ready to take on the rest of your week. Brave beginners are welcome to jump straight in at open level. Absolute beginners to yoga or physical exercise should start with our beginners classes or basics workshops.
This class is a chance to go deeper, explore new poses and play at your edge! Open to all students who feel comfortable in the flow of our open level classes and who are up for the challenge. These classes may also include meditation, pranayama, and chanting. Not suitable for beginners.