You can never have too much Hatha yoga. And here’s why.
Hatha is actually the most popular style of yoga in Milton Keynes and throughout the UK, with almost a third of all yoga classes being Hatha based. The slower movements, compared to Vinyasa or Ashtanga, make it a more accessible yoga practice, which is great for newbies.
What is Hatha yoga?
Traditionally Hatha means any movement based practice. But it’s come to mean a slow form of yoga with a focus on alignment and how poses feel in your body.
Is Hatha easy?
Because Hatha is considered an accessible form of yoga, people often think it’s an easy practice but that's not always the case. While some Hatha classes can be slow, Hatha flow classes offer a bit more movement with the flow and can be quite energetic - as my Monday Hatha Flow class know! The practice also encourages longer holds in poses, which can actually be more challenging than a Vinyasa flow.
Monday Hatha Flow in Stony Stratford
In our Hatha Flow classes at York House, Stony Stratford, we’ll explore alignment and how poses feel in our bodies. It’s a flow class, so expect an energising practice, with options for all levels of experience. We flow through a series of sitting, kneeling, standing and lying poses, to help you build strength, mobility and flexibility. The class allows you space to connect to your body and explore how the poses feel for you.