If you've been to a yoga class before, it's likely you've heard something along the lines of "do what feels right for you," or "move how it feels good to move." And while this may seem a little ambiguous, one thing practicing asana teaches us to do really well is to hone our interoception - our ability to understand and feel what's going on inside our bodies.
How can yoga help me to feel my best?
By creating a little sensitivity to what's going on inside our bodies (how fast our heart is beating or how tired or energised we might be feeling for example) it puts us in a better position to know exactly what would should be doing to keep ourselves feeling our best.
Yoga can guide you to become your own inner teacher.
It's a bit of a myth that we should be working to our maximum, building up a sweat and getting our heart beats racing if it's been a long week or we've had a few rough nights sleep. Maybe we'll respond much better to a nurturing yoga session that gives our nervous systems a break and promotes a little inner healing for the body and mind.
What type of yoga is good for me?
You should pick your yoga class based on the journey you want to go on. There are lots of different styles and brands out there. From classic Hatha, sweaty vinyasa, slow and juicy yin, to chilled out restorative, there really is something for everybody.
But if this feels a little overwhelming, you're not alone! A good teacher should be able to guide you to connect with how you're feeling, help you to identify what you need from your class and then guide you on the journey that's right for you.
A good teacher should be able to guide you to connect with how you're feeling, help you to identify what you need from your class and then guide you on the journey that's right for you.
What is a Frog Project yoga class like?
All of our classes at are suitable for all levels. They are supportive, accessible and differentiated to ensure that everybody gets exactly what they need from their practice on any given day. With a good amount of relaxation and meditation, you will leave our classes feeling restored and energised and ready to head back into your day after a well-deserved break for your body and mind.
There are now 3 types of class to pick from, depending on how fast you want to move, how much energy you have and the kind of journey you'd like to go on!
What types of classes does The Frog Project offer?
Nurture is a deeper, slower and more restorative class. In this space, you'll experience a meeting of restorative, yin and gentle flow with a focus on more passive and meditative postures. In this class, you are guided into deep relaxation, giving your body and mind a well-deserved break. Ideal for all levels, including beginners, anyone suffering from injuries or just looking to nurture their bodies and minds.
Classic is our signature offering. A hatha infused yoga class, suitable for all levels, including beginners. With a good dose of classic hatha yoga and a sprinkle of meditation, this session will leave you feeling restored, re-energised and ready to go! In this class, you are guided to move in line with your breath, and to find the version of the postures that best suit your body and mind on any given day.
Spicy does what it says on the tin. We grow in the space just beyond our comfort zone, so if you want to experience heading just over your edge and seeing what's beyond, this class is for you. A more active and dynamic class that will guide you to challenge your body and mind. Suitable for all levels and you are encouraged to listen to your body and take variations or alternative poses when needed.
What do I do next?
Select the class you’d like to join and we look forward to seeing you soon.
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Carrie is a co-founder of The Frog Project, yoga teacher, teacher trainer, and full time stay at home mum to two smalls. When she's not playing with the kids or practicing yoga, you'll likely find her in the middle of her veg patch, trowel in hand and covered in mud. She loves the outdoors, and would camp every night given the chance. She and her partner in crime, Martin, set up The Frog Project with the aim of bringing classical yoga to all, and deliver live online classes with a group of dedicated teachers, to students of all experiences, ages, shapes, sizes, jobs, lives, you name it, from all around the world. Join them now and get 15 days of free unlimited classes. It's just yoga.