Fitness Flow Yoga

A vinyasa – cardio inspired yoga class.

Fitness Flow Yoga Classes

Fitness Flow Yoga is a vinyasa style – cardio infused yoga class. We keep moving for 45 minutes to work up a sweat and build strength while burning calories. Expect a healthy challenge then enjoy a restful savasana to end the class.
This class is suitable for intermediate fitness levels.

Where we hold Fitness Flow Yoga

This class is held in a new Community Center in the Providence Estate in South Ripley. The room is air conditioned and semi-private with curtains. Classes are capped at 10 people for a more personalised class atmosphere.

Group classes coming soon. 

Upcoming Classes for Fitness Flow Yoga

There are no upcoming classes. Private classes available on request. For all other classes please see below.

April 2020
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Benefits of Fitness Flow Yoga

This practise will increase strength and endurance while building fitness. The class is faster paced with one breath to one movement. Poses are more challenging than beginner classes and more more quickly. This is a great class for a challenge or to increase fitness levels.

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Common questions about Fitness Flow Yoga. 

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What fitness levels can attend Fitness Flow Yoga?

This class is suited to intermediate fitness levels with anyone welcome to come and give it a go. You are welcome to stop at at any moment you need to. The class is a continuous flow of movement so expect to build up a sweat and burn some calories.

Is this class available as a private class?

Yes all classes are available as private lessons. Please contact us to discuss further.

What do I need to bring to this class?

Wear comfortable clothing you can easily move and stretch in. Yoga is practised without shoes or socks. Please bring a towel to wipe your face and mat and a bottle of water.

CREATE A HEALTHY LIFE WITH YOGA​

“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” Buddha

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