Yoga

Breathe, Connect & Flow

Here at MADE, we offer over 20 different Yoga classes a week.

Not all Yoga is the same so to make it a little easier, we have created a Yoga-tionary to help you get to know the differences.

Hatha Flow
Hatha is the original form of yoga which all other styles evolved from. It is a slow and steady flow which focuses on building strength and focus whilst connecting mind, body and breath. You may not work up a sweat but you will leave feeling longer, looser and much more relaxed.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga
Synchronising movement and breath; Vinyasa is a graceful flow which is sweaty, powerful and challenging (with just enough pause to allow for proper alignment). Vinyasa helps us to disconnect from the outside world and be completely present through the deep and steady rhythm of connecting breath and movement.

Power Yoga
So much more than just a physical workout; it’s not about being able to put your legs behind your head, it’s about loving and looking after yourself. We will challenge your limits, mentally and physically. It doesn’t matter how fit, old or flexible you are because the only person you are competing against is yourself. Power Yoga will help you to cultivate strength, balance and flexibility whilst ultimately working toward being a healthier and happier you. 

Yoga Boot Camp
Firm, burn and balance. Taking yoga to the next level with a core intensive workout that incorporates cardio, body weight and abdominal work into Vinyasa yoga.

C.O.R.E. Yoga Workshop 
Change. Optimise. Reconnect. Exceed. A series of workshops aimed at specific disciplines to help you dive deeper into your yoga practice. From arm balances and inversions for beginners to backbends and yoga for athletes, watch this space for what we have in store for the coming weeks.

Yoga Nidra
Also known ‘Yogic Sleep’, promotes deep rest and relaxation and is unlike any other form of guided meditation. Through different stages you learn to scan the body and connect with your breath, it is known to be calming for the nervous system, whilst also helping those who suffer from insomnia, stress and anxiety.

Restorative Yoga
A delicious way to relax and soothe frayed nerves after a long and tiring week. Incorporating passive poses through the use of blocks and bolsters so that the body can receive maximum benefit whilst exerting minimum effort. More rejuvenating than a nap and great for flexibility and muscle and joint health.