'It gets you there faster'
Heavily rooted in Ashtanga, Rocket is a dynamic vinyasa, with a strong playlist and the rolling sound of the breath as a backdrop, founded in the 1980s by the late Larry Shultz. The asana practice focuses on modification - whether that’s resting in child’s pose or sneaking in a cheeky handstand – you listen to your body and work out what it needs. It’s a serious practice without taking itself too seriously and will give you strength, flexibility and equanimity in equal measure.
Ashtanga yoga is a physically demanding set sequence of postures that is synchronized with the breath, founded by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. A transformative & healing moving meditation through repetition and surrender.
The journey to myself
Yin is a slow practice targeting not only the muscles but also the connective tissues and fascia, increasing flexibility, circulation and the flow of energy. But in addition to the physical benefits, a yin practice also helps activate the parasympathetic nervous system and calm everything down.