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Yoga & Breathwork

All forms of yoga can help us become healthier and pain free. Forms of practice range from those with a significant requirement for movement and balance to those with less movement with the focus more on breathwork and the central nervous system.
f you've tried yoga and not liked it, or injured yourself during a class, then perhaps you have still to find the right type of practice (and the right teacher) for you, so do keep searching and exploring yoga, there is no doubt whatsoever that it will make your body and mind a happier place.

Yin Yoga

Now there is a question....and one where we could completely forget time existed when answering. We have a dedicated page, just for yin to satisfy the yoga nerds that we are.

Yin Yoga is a slow, deep practice of the body and mind that leads us towards a deeper understanding of our bodies. This form of yoga has Chinese heritage - from the family of qigong and tai chi and the philosophy that yin follows is Daoism.
Yin's heritage is not all that's different to what you may know about the yoga world; the tissue we target is not muscular. With a yin practice, our focus is on the fascia, tendons, ligaments and joints. The asanas are known as 'shapes', and we are present in each shape for longer periods of time compared to Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa practices.

This form of yoga is tremendously beneficial for our bodies, allowing us to turn back time on injuries or postural imbalances and allowing us to manage pain and discomfort, the practice of yin yoga is widely needed with today's lifestyles.

Each class is presented for you to understand the importance of slowing down - of listening to your body. 

Yoga Retreat

Trauma informed Yoga
What Is Trauma-Informed Yoga?
Trauma-informed yoga is an approach to creating a safe, supportive space in which students can learn emotional regulation skills through connection with the breath and increased body awareness. Trauma informed practitioners are trained to provide a space for PTSD, anxiety disorders, panic attacks amongst some of all hurdles we can face. Be rest assured that your classes are trauma informed certified.

Hatha Yoga

The most widely recognised and practised form of yoga. 

Hatha practice with us will typically involve you moving through a set of physical postures and breathing techniques. These are practised more slowly and with more static holds than a Vinyasa flow or Ashtanga class

The added benefit of our in-depth knowledge and experience with variable anatomy combined with a functional approach to yoga results in classes that are accessible to you, regardless of what your body and mind feels it can achieve. In Hatha, or really in yoga in general, you may have heard of the word asana. An asana refers to the position/posture that your body is guided into throughout your practice. We can spend years chasing and/or perfecting these postures but Yoga is not just about the shape you invite your body to spend time in. 

Interestingly, asana actually translates into ‘seat’, ‘take a seat’, specifically for meditation, with yoga meaning “to unite." It is a state of being. A state of connecting with yourself. And whilst your body will most certainly benefit from the improved flexibility, balance and strength, it is what goes on deeper that leads us to the truer meaning of yoga. Yoga goes far beyond the physical.

Yoga Class
Yin Yang
A fusion of our beloved Yin, Hatha and Qigong in one class/workshop
Yoga Nidra
Nidra is the Sanskrit word for sleep.
It is a yoga practice that will usually see you lying down and then verbally guided into a meditative state. The practice draws our attention inwards, and we learn to weave between the states of wakefulness and sleep, where our body finds its natural state of balance, becoming quiet and still as we drift into an innate state of deep, blissful awareness.
We teach a wide variety of breathwork within our classes and workshops.
Paula is also a breathwork practitioner, please see here for details:
Corporate Retreat

How and where can you practice with us:

In person
Classes are ran weekly locally to us. These sessions are on a drop-in basis, so please get in touch for locations and further details
Classes/workshops requested in your area are absolutely possible with a set minimum of attendees opting for a block booking.
One-to-one/assisted/couple/small group sessions are available on request and in the comfort of a location of your choice.
For retreats, events, festivals and workshops, please keep an eye on our social media or news & events for updates.

Please get in touch for details for our open classes and for details in joining our private classes/workshops.

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