These are classes for all levels of Yoga students wishing to progress individually. Yoga is not competitive and students work within their own personal abilities. One of the aims of the class is to enjoy a balanced Yoga programme, so don't worry if you feel that you may be less experienced than other students. The class is for both men and women, with or without previous experience.
Breathing - Our normal breathing may be uneven, shallow and inefficient. You may observe and work with the breath, which can promote a calmness in body and mind.
Relaxation - Today relaxation often has to be relearned due to the stresses of our modern lifestyle. You are offered different techniques that can also be practiced on your own.
Postures - are movements or positions working with different areas of the body with awareness of the breath and concentration of the mind. We hope to improve flexibility and balance the body energy.
You will need to wear loose clothing, such as a track suit, or leggings. Bring a rug orblanket and a non-slip mat to work on and avoid eating 2hrs before the class. Please let me know of any health problems such as high blood pressure, slipped disc, hernia etc. at the beginning of the term. Ask your doctor for advice if you feel that it is necessary
Tuesday 10.00am to 11.30am
Thursday 7.30pm to 9.00pm
Friday 10.00am to 11.30am
Sue Coleman: 01329 661359
One of the worlds most practised spiritual disciplines. Developed over thousands of years, these sessions concentrate on bringing balance and harmony to both body and mind, through postures and breath. It can help to boost the immune system, encourage relaxation, tone and strengthen and correct posture alignment
Wednesday 7.30pm - 9.00pm
Sue Wieneke: 07789 932465
Hatha yoga is a series of slow physical movements which promote strength, flexibility and balance of the body. Practising regularly may also improve posture, co-ordination, relaxation, anxiety management, concentration energy and well being
Tuesday 6.45pm - 8pm
Jan Rance: 07581 717065