Until further notice all classes will be conducted online
Please get in touch to join us
Updated: January 2022
This is beginner's level and is suitable for those new to yoga.
We welcome those who are familiar with Ashtnaga Vinyasa yoga and would prefer to go back to basics with a beginner's mind and practice at a slower pace .
This is foundation Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga and introduces students to the practice and principles of this beautifully challenging style.
Flexibility is a major part of this form. We will also build strength, increase joint mobility;
incorporate breathing, increase stamina and concentration and learn some other techniques including chanting, bhandas (energetic seals )and dristi (gaze points).
Flow focuses on controlled breathing to enable you to flow smoothly from one pose to the next in a sequence of connected poses - it is also called 'Vinyasa'.
Regular attendance develops and increases stamina and fitness.
This class requires no previous experience of yoga, and is suitable for beginners.
Yin Yoga targets the joints, tendons, ligaments, fascia and bone. Where tissues have good stress applied, the bodies energy is allowed to flow more freely. This is said to be conducive with good health.
As the poses are held for a longer time, the body is given space to relax and stretch.
There's no need to exert any strength - the stretches are passive due to gravitational force. 99% of the poses are performed on the floor; most of them are done seated or lying down.
Yoga used to be always taught One to One. The student would get the specialist attention that they need.
I offer private classes to individuals or small groups of up to 3 students, either one-off or a course, by arrangement.
Please contact me for details.
Online classes are offered at a reduced rate.
From single class drop-in to all-class passes.
How I Teach
My classes include relaxation and restorative poses, breathing techniques, warm-up sequences, balancing, stretching and stamina poses.
For each pose and sequence, I will demonstrate, explain and then instruct. I will give modifications and/or alternative poses for participants with differing levels of fitness and flexibility, and I will work with you to accommodate any particular physical health needs.
What Do You Need?
For the class you should wear loose, comfortable clothing that will allow you to stretch and move freely, and bare feet.
Try to have all you need, for claaa b ready to start 5 minutes forthe class is due to bein0
Have a blanket, or throw handy for the final relaxation
I can advise about yoga mats and class props.
I recommend that you don't eat for 90 minutes before class.
BACS transfer to: Nationwide - Lisa Henry - 07-00-30 / 7742 4839
All classes are currently being held online via Zoom. Please get in touch to join us.