Flow Yoga Classes in Brighton

Flow Yoga Classes in Brighton

A flowing style of yoga that moves with the breath to renew, uplift, build strength and flexibility.

Yoga Brighton


Hatha Flow Yoga – Mondays 5.45pm – 7.00pm

This is an invigorating yoga class for refocusing your mind and rejuvenating your body. We practice traditional Hatha yoga poses in a flowing sequence to energise your body and relax your mind. Mindfulness; observing breath and body are an integral part of class. Clear instructions on correct alignment are given to minimise a risk of injury. Get ready to feel alive, stretch, tone and detoxify. Long guided relaxation in the end of the class will leave you relaxed and reset for the week ahead. This class is good for stress relief. All levels welcome.

Teacher: Jitka Andrlova

Strong Vinyasa Flow – Tuesdays 5.45pm – 7.15pm

Vinyasa Flow Yoga is a playful and physical form of yoga that will lift your spirits and energy levels while increasing flexibility, focus, strength and balance. The breath is the key element in the flowing sequence of postures, allowing you to connect with your body, mind and soul in a way that is nourishing, detoxifying and strengthening.

An intermediate Vinyasa Flow class unfolds into a rhythm, with fluid transitions, finding your edge between challenge and surrendering. While gracefully experimenting with some more advanced postures or options to take your practice a step further, this class will empower and invigorate you. Playful and unwinding at the same time, movement with a clear intention to open up the body and go home with a relaxed and meditative mind.

These classes are not suitable for absolute beginners, as the sequences are a little stronger and more challenging and require a basic understanding of the main yoga poses and their alignment.

Although these classes are invigorating, they are an invitation to work with your body and energy as they are now. So more than obtaining the perfect pose, the real practice lies in the development of transformative qualities such as acceptance, surrendering and expanding your personal boundaries, creating value on and off the mat.

Teacher: Gabriella Cook

Womb Yoga – Tuesdays 10.15am – 11.15am

Have you ever wondered why so many women do yoga?

Just take a look at Sanskrit, the language of yoga, and how certain terms are understood. The term garbha grha literally means ‘womb house’, and is considered to be the most sacred inner section of any temple. Shakti means power or life force and is considered to be the feminine energy. Yoni, an all encompassing word for the female reproductive system, is said to be the cosmic gateway through which this shakti enters the world.

When a woman is healthy, nourished and tended to, we see a whole community around her feeling the same way.

It’s no wonder so many women are drawn to the power of yoga! Yet, have you ever felt that some practices just don’t feel right at certain points in your life?

This is where Womb Yoga comes in.

Derived from traditional Hatha and Tantra Yoga traditions, Womb Yoga seeks a re-envisioning of yoga as we know it to tend more to the female body, both physically and energetically.

We intertwine the basic principles of yoga – asana, pranayama, mudra, mantra, meditation – with nourishing and healing practices for the womb centre or ‘source’, as well as activating the feminine energies in the body.

Expect a balance between dynamic and gentle flow for the physical body, building both strength and flexibility, especially around the pelvis and spine.

Learn breath practices to serve your body at different times in your cycle.

Explore mudras and mantra, gestures and sound to connect with cosmic consciousness.

Practice Yoga Nidra, for deep rest and healing of the body.

This class is suitable for all levels of experience.

Please note that this yoga is for you whether you have a physical womb or not, so please feel free to join if you’re called.

Yoga is for every body, and every body is welcome!

Awaken the power of your womb with Womb Yoga.

Teacher: Cat Comerford

Somatic Empowerment Yoga – Tuesdays 11.30am – 12.45pm

Elle will guide you to embody the waves of the energies harnessed through varying rituals in class, for the purposes of healing and remembering your power.

“Somatic Empowerment” is a term Elle uses to summarise her unique offering. She combines her teachings and experiences to gift most potent techniques to create a transformative class.

In Elle’s classes, you will connect with energies through techniques including;

-Grounding Meditation, Yogic Breathwork and Pranayama

-Sound Healing, Singing, Mantra and Prayer

-Opening and Strengthening Embodied Movement Asana Flow

-Restful Sound Journey Shavasana with Shamanic Drumming and Sound Bowls

Teacher: Elle Maia

Slow Flow and Restore – Tuesdays 7.30pm – 8.30pm

This class is a practice for shifting the nervous system to relaxation and recovery. This class starts with grounding breath practices and gentle and intuitive floor based movements, before settling in supported restorative postures using props, to find comfort, softness and release. Each class ends with Yoga Nidra, a meditation which uses body scan, visualisation and intention setting for deep rest and dreaming.

This class is great for those recovering physically, emotionally or mentally from injury and burnout, or those looking for greater ease and relaxation. It is accessible for most bodies and suitable for new or experienced students. Props are provided, and be sure to wear something comfortable.

Teacher: Lou Thomas

Modern Dynamic Flow – Thursdays 7.00pm – 8.15pm

Dive deeper into an energising Yoga practice. This is a mixed level dynamic class, no yoga experience is required.

Expect a combination of physical and mental exercises that help improve your posture, strength, mobility and mood.

This class is focused on building up heat, thereby prepares the muscles for deep stretching. You will explore a balanced combination of sustained dynamic poses flowing in a mindful progression.

Modern dynamic flow Yoga is inspired by this incredible rich pattern of energy within the body. As the flow immerses, a feeling of energised focus rises. You will find a full involvement of the body, mind & spirit.

Teacher: Evdokia Koutoumpa

Authentic Hatha Yoga – Saturdays 10.45am – 12.15pm

Authentic Hatha Yoga brings the best from the classical ancient yoga, focusing on physical health and mental well-being. Hatha Yoga uses bodily postures ( asanas), breathing techniques ( pranayama), meditation (dyana) and yogic philosophy.

This class is a combination of energetic flow, strong standing sequence and meditative longer holding postures to stretch and release the connective tissue. We use mindfulness of the body and breath, focusing on correct alignment, learning the healing benefits of each technique and feeling energy movement through chakras ( energetic centres in the body).

This class is suitable for beginners and experienced yogis alike.

Teacher: Jitka Andrlova