Vinayasa Flow Yoga Nottingham – Thursday 8 to 9pm
Vinyasa Flow Yoga in Nottingham with Jatta on Thursday evenings 8 to 9pm. This class will be suitable for mixed levels of ability which is Level 1 to 2. All students will be welcome to attend. This class runs as a four week block, which is £28, or you can simply drop into the session (booking online) for a single class drop in for £11.
What is the focus of the class?
Expect movement and not just stretching, poses will be synchronised with the breath and this class will typically include gradual flowing variations of poses, including sun salutations and steady sequencing to build up to stronger asanas. This will be an alignment-based class, which will help you to understand how to get into the poses with awareness, confidence and ease.
What is Vinyasa Flow?
“Vinyasa’s strength is in its diversity. There is no single philosophy, rulebook, or sequence that teachers must follow, so there is a lot of room for individual personalities and quirks to come through” The real emphasis is placed on the breath and the journey between the asanas (poses). Jatta is a regular Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow Yoga practitioner. She loves the flow of movement and emphasis on strong yet flowing poses, she offers different levels of options for all levels of ability.
Who can attend?
This is the perfect class if you are wishing to challenge yourself and learn variations and transitions into poses. Jatta will offer alternatives for Yoga students who are recently starting out on their journey, and provide deeper options for any student wishing to go further into their practice.
More about Jatta
Jatta also teaches Mondays 10am class which runs term time only, and Saturday morning Yoga sessions 9.30am to 10.30am. If you’re looking for a deeper class, she also teaches the Wednesday evening Dynamic Yoga class 7.15pm to 8.30pm. To find out more about the other classes check out the class listed here. She has been teaching at the studio for almost 3 years and loves the stronger and challenging classes, and yet is mindful and kind in her approach to Yoga. A caring and nurturing teacher, she is able to look after beginners and more advanced Yoga practitioners. Yoga means much more than the Yoga poses to Jatta, she enjoys the philosophical side of Yoga, as well as Mantra Yoga and delves into the fuller benefits of Yoga beyond the physical side.