Hatha translates from Sanskrit as 'Ha' meaning Sun and 'Tha' meaning Moon and the practice of Hatha Yoga aims to join these two energies through a class including:
pranayama (breathing), asana (movement) including a warm up, Surya Namaskar (sun salutations), standing postures, crouching postures, seated postures, poses laying on the belly, poses on the back, inversions and savasanah, a final resting pose; mantra (chanting); mudra (hand gestures).
Hatha Yoga is a steady paced class with focus on alignment, correct technique, connecting movement to breath.
A dynamic yoga class of strong asana and deep breathwork from the Ashtanga Primary Series including Surya Namaskar (sun salutations) to navasana
Smooth, steady paced class connecting asana (poses) to breath with long stretches and releases.
Ideal to unwind after a busy day and reset energy and calm the mind for the evening.
Energising class, connecting asana (postures) and breath together in a flowing sequence.
Ideal morning class to bring vitality to body and mind.
Strengthen breathing muscles
Calm and clear a busy mind
Feel focused and strong
Deepen your practice with 1-to-1 focus
Any class option listed is available
If you are a beginner, recovering from injury or pregnancy or simply wish for 1-to-1 personally designed classes with close attention to technique and alignment.
Bespoke sequences to support your lifestyle.
For home visits - please contact Therapy by Alice Mooney.
Yoga for runners, cyclists, triathletes, endurance athletes, games players, outdoor adventurers, performing artists, winter sports
Reduce musculoskeletal injury risk
Promote recovery between races, training sessions, matches
Optimise training cycles
Boost focus and concentration
Strengthen, lengthen, condition and tone body
Learn and apply breathing techniques
Prevent musculoskeletal injuries, overuse/repetitive strain injuries
Ease pain syndromes including back pain, headache,
Create positive energy
Refine focus and concentration
Remove energy blockages
Yes, you can practice with an injury.
Please contact Alice in advance with details on the nature of your injury (i.e. injury type, location, onset, symptoms). You will be offered specific modifications to both protect you and help your recovery from injury.
If you are receiving treatment from a doctor, physiotherapist, allied heath professional - please inform them that you are attending yoga classes.
Your journey starts here!
Modifications will always be offered in class if any aspect is too challenging or demanding.
Don’t compare your chapter 1 to someone else’s chapter 20!
Although I am a Yoga Teacher, you will see I am not super flexible or bendy either!
Focused breath work and asana (movement) will help to mobilise stiff joints and lengthen muscle and connective tissues in a way that is natural for your body.
Now is the perfect time to start building strength, balance and flexibility.
Please mention to Alice in advance and ask about any aspects that cause confusion or concern.
Check Yoga for Beginners, Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Flow and consider private classes to familarise with technique.
Comfortable clothing you can move and breathe in.
Any combination of tights/leggings/shorts - vest/shirt - bare feet
Sweat wicking fabrics are useful in hot, fast paced classes
Warms socks, jumper, scarf are nice for savasanah