Deepen your island getaway experience with relaxation and rejuvenation in our new yoga studio. Revitalise mind, body and soul with an invigorating sunrise vinyasa flow class or soothe your senses with a peaceful sunset mediation or an unwinding, restorative practice.
Reconnect and find inner peace amidst the enchanting surroundings, between the dramatic coastline of Hell Bay and the clear waters of Rushy Bay, our island is ideal for quiet contemplation, mindfulness and yoga practice.
Our classes which run every Wednesday and Sunday balance conscious alignment with blissful relaxation. Ease tired limbs, unwind your mind and strengthen your sensory awareness with the ancient spiritual practice of yoga.
Groups are small and therefore the classes will be tailored to your wishes, with sensitivity to your experience. Beginners are welcome. If you join one of our yoga classes, we guarantee you'll leave a little lighter.
Are you planning your stay with us as part of a group or perhaps you just want a yoga experience tailored to your individuals needs. Gem also offers private sessions which can be arranged via Hell Bay Hotel’s reception.
About the yoga: The style of yoga is Vinyasa flow. Vinyasa is a flowing, dynamic sequence of postures involving the synchronisation of breath with movement. This fluid, creative practice increases flexibility, strength and stamina, calms the mind and improves overall health. Classes will run on a Sunday & Wednesday for one hour and cost £12 per session. Each class includes asana (postures with alignment), pranayama (breathing techniques) savasana (relaxation) and an integration of yogic philosophy. Bookings essential.
About the teacher: Gem grew up on Bryher and now has a young family of her own. She is accredited with a 200 hour Level 1 Teacher Training with Yoga Alliance, and has a Level 3 First Aid Qualification.
"I love yoga because through honouring our bodies we honour Nature and all that it is infinite. Everything that happens on the mat is a metaphor for our lives, teaching us patience and grace. Through finding a flow with the breath, life begins to flow. The more you commit to your practice, you commit to being your self. As you face challenges on the mat, you find the strength to face the fluctuations of life. Creating space in our bodies translates as openness in our minds. I wanted to teach yoga to share its transformative power. "
Dining with us
3AA rosette restaurant, bar meals and the famous Crab Shack