Yoga Styles

One Love is a centre for dynamic yoga, and with the exception of courses for special needs such as mom & baby or post-injury, we structure our yoga classes around the method of Vinyasa: If the asanas [yoga postures] and the Surya Namaskara [Sun Salutations] are to be practiced, they must be done so in accordance with the prescribed vinyasa method only. As the sage Vamana says, 'Vina vinyasa yogena asanadin na karayet (O yogi, do not do asana without vinyasa).'

- Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, founder of Ashtanga Yoga, in Yoga Mala (2002, p. 30)

Ashtanga is a traditional form of yoga consisting of flowing sequences of postures producing a purifying sweat and building strength and length in the entire body... more Vinyasa Flow is a playful variation of the Ashtanga method set to smooth mantra sounds, which uplift the mood and calm the nervous system while providing a whole body workout... more Hatha is the classical Indian method of yoga as outlined in the ancient instructional manual 'Hatha Yoga Pradipika' and incorporates all aspects of yoga holistically... more Pre-/Postnatal yoga is designed to provide a safe space to foster a healthy relationship with the life we are nurturing as moms, and to help us tap into our hidden energy resources while focusing on good posture and core strength... more Moms & Babes is a fun-filled and relaxing class to bond with our baby and other new parents, while getting in touch with our body's needs and regaining strength and flexibility... more Bhakti is the yoga of devotion and encompasses the chanting of mantra and bhajan, spiritual rituals such as fire ceremonies, and meeting in the company of like-minded seekers to discuss the progression on our path (satsang)... more