what are the benefits?
- Allows you to escape your busy schedule for a while and learn how to “properly” relax.
- Sessions are fun and create a great sense of community.
- Builds strength and flexibility.
- Improves balance and posture.
- Improves cardio and circulatory health.
- Increases self-esteem.
- Aids injury prevention and recovery.
- It is a perfect addition to other sports and exercise.
With so many different styles and types of Yoga to choose from, it’s no wonder you may feel slightly overwhelmed and unsure about which class will suit you best. Below, I have listed a description of the types of classes I offer, in the hope that it may make the choice a little easier…
Hatha Flow Yoga: This is a slower-paced yoga style, suitable for beginners and those who want a gentler class. We will hold postures & poses longer within Hatha Yoga, always ensuring you have correct alignment. Breath work (Pranayama), meditation and most importantly relaxation, will be incorporated within these classes.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga: This style is suited to those with some experience of yoga as it is faster paced. These classes are dynamic and focus on strengthening, mobility and flexibility, whilst incorporating breath work and meditation. Each class will be different and focus on varying themes.
Family Yoga: This class is suitable for both adults and children. I want to create a space in which families can spend quality time together. These sessions are similar to Hatha Flow classes, but also include partner work. Children will learn all the benefits that Yoga has to offer, whilst bonding with those closest to them. Adults prepare to find and reconnect with your inner child and have lots of fun in doing so.
Yoga Chill: Perfect for anyone in need of ultimate relaxation. This class incorporates some gentle movement to help you unwind, with a focus on breath and meditation, so that you can alleviate tension and stress within the body & mind.
What will I need?
- Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your first session so that you can fill out the relevant health questionnaire.
- Wear comfortable clothing; Yoga is usually practiced barefoot.
- Bring some warmer clothes/blanket to pop on at the end of the class, for relaxation.
- You will need to bring a mat – please contact me prior to starting if you don’t have one.
- Please also bring some water in order that you stay hydrated.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or need any further information
Find my weekly timetable here