Yoga has been seen over 5,000 years to benefit the individual maintain and build their health. It can also help with various health challenges - physical and mental. Yoga creates balance in the body by developing strength and flexibility. Anyone can do yoga. You do not have to be fit. You do not have to be strong. You do not have to be flexible. All you need to be able to do is breathe!
The style of yoga emphasizes moving with the breath and works in a well-considered step by step process moving from gentle warm-up movements mobilizing the joints to traditional yoga postures appropriate to the class.
The session ends with relaxation.
Expect postures relevant to you, whether you are looking for a practice to stimulate, energize and challenge or whether you would like a more relaxed approach to calm the body and mind.
Our teachers are accredited by the British Wheel of Yoga and registered by the Yoga Alliance.
Yoga therapy is the adaptation of yoga practices for people with health issues. It can also be for people who are healthy and who want to work one on one because they are too busy or do not have the inclination to attend a general yoga class.
Yoga therapy is usually taught one to one and is tailored to the individual involved.
It caters to the individual's needs, taking into account health problems, flexibility, capacity, capability, habits, constitution and circumstances.
People with bad backs, asthma, hypertension, anxiety, chronic pain, depression, Parkinson's Disease, menstrual problems, panic attacks, cancer, M.E, cerebral palsy, osteoarthritis, Raynaud's Syndrome, ulcerative colitis and many other conditions may find yoga therapy of a particular benefit.