All our classes are open and suitable to all levels. Our experienced teachers will create a  class that will both suit beginner and advanced yoga practitioners. If you have a doubt about what type of class you wish to join, have a look below where you can find a description of the style we teach at Yoga Bliss. All our teachers are specially trained in each of these asana style ; they also have studied anatomy in depth so they will be able to create a safe environment for you to enjoy your yoga practice.



We recommend you to come at least 10 minutes before the beginning of the class and to avoid eating a couple of hours before joining us. We have all the equipment you might need (mats, blocks, straps, bolsters, pillows etc.) so you just need to come as you are, with an open heart and some comfortable clothes.



Asana practice is healing, strengthening and purifying – a perfect antidote to the modern lifestyle which can cause so much physical and mental stress. Yoga can alleviate many common ailments such as headaches, insomnia, back pain… It also purifies the body of toxins, increases vitality and brings greater mental peace and clarity.


Vinyasa Yoga is a physically and mentally stimulating practice for all levels of experience. The focus is on our balance, breathing and connection to the breath — providing a way of moving through the asanas (postures) as well as exploring how our Yoga practice is related to our everyday life. Alignment is emphasised as a way of moving safely and deepening the practice. Expect sun salutations, chaturanga (alternative options given as well), and some inversions. In addition to the physical practice, breathing techniques (pranayama) encourage concentration and cleansing, chanting may be used to focus the mind, and Yogic scripture may be discussed from time to time. Music and hands-on assists are integral to the class.



This is a gentle and supportive style of Yoga that uses various props to support the body. Restorative yoga is a practice in and of itself for people of all ages, at all levels of yoga experience, and in all states of health. This healing yoga practice benefits every types of body, reduces stress and soothe the sympathetic nervous system. It gives time and space to your body so it can restore itself. When the body is fully supported, it will naturally relax, releasing deeply held tensions. Restorative yoga is the Art of non-doing, and focuses on effortlessness and ease, using well-placed blankets, bolsters, yoga straps, and chairs to safely support the body in various postures. This process invokes a natural state of balance, regeneration, and deep rest.



Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of modern yoga with postures that are held for longer periods of time— it may range from 45 seconds to a few minutes. These classes do not focus on strength.


Power Yoga is directed at creating the highest level of energy, vitality, and freedom. It is a fast paced class where the focus is on building strength in the bodies. Every class is always different and will be adapted to the students.


These classes aim to focus on the breath while incorporating gentle movement. The sequences will vary depending if it is a morning class, where the focus will be to slowly waking up the body, or if it is an evening class, where the focus will be on cooling down the body.



In the Led Class, every movement and every breath of the sequence is guided by the teacher. The students in the class move and breathe together in unison. This is a fast paced classes. Ideal to build strength and flexibility at the same time and to wake up your body in the morning.