Class Descriptions

Class Descriptions

Whether you are new to yoga, have dabbled in classes over the years or are a experienced practitioner Agoy Yoga has a class for you! We offer a variety of yoga classes catering for all levels of ability.

Iyengar - Foundations

This class is ideal for beginners but suitable for all level students.  The class is taught in the Iyengar method covering all the basic poses to give you a good foundation to move up to the general and intermediate classes.

Vinyasa - Foundations

This class is ideal for beginners but suitable for all level students.  The class is taught in the Vinyasa style covering all the basic poses to give you a good foundation to move up to the general and intermediate classes.

Iyengar - General

Taught in the Iyengar method with a focus on taking up step up from the foundation poses.  In this class, we will explore inversions, introductory arm balances, and basic backbends. All levels welcome. No experience in the Iyengar method is required.

Vinyasa - General

Vinyasa style yoga is a flowing, dynamic sequence of poses. In this class, the breath is linked together with a creative progression of postures that heats, lengthens, strengthens, tones, and purifies the muscles and organs. When we flow with our breath, moving from one posture to another, we find a meditation in motion. The connecting movements become as important as the postures themselves.  All levels welcome.

Vinyasa - Intermediate

A flowing sequence of postures that synchronizes the breath with movement. In this class, we will explore inversions, arm balances, and deep backbends, not suitable for beginners. Some previous experience is assumed.

Iyengar - Intermediate

Taught in the Iyengar method with a focus on technique and alignment.  In this class, we will explore inversions, arm balances, and deep backbends, not suitable for beginners. Some previous experience is assumed. No experience in the Iyengar method is required.

Yin/Restorative - General

Yin yoga is therapeutic and healing for the body. It can release deep held tensions specifically in the hips and spine. Through long supported holds, we are able to work deeply within our joints and release tension/pressure.  Yin Yoga postures apply moderate stress to the connective tissues—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation and improving flexibility.  Yin Yoga is said to improve organ health, immunity, and emotional well-being. All levels of experience welcome.