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YOGA

YOGA

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Discover the transformative power of yoga as it harmonizes your body, mind, and spirit, leaving you feeling rejuvenated and balanced. Experience a profound sense of inner peace and tranquility as you flow through poses, releasing tension and stress from your body. Gain greater flexibility, strength, and vitality with each mindful breath, as you are guided through your private yoga session.

Not everybody enjoys a class environment. These sessions are available for those new to yoga, the body conscious and people who need tailored support. These one on one sessions are also designed to take those with experience to a deeper level in their yoga practice.

The styles described below help you get an idea of how a session will flow. You can choose one style or request a blended practice. The idea is that your personal session is tailored to your desired outcomes.

  1. Vinyasa Yoga: Vinyasa yoga is a dynamic and fluid style that synchronizes movement with breath, creating a seamless flow of poses. This practice emphasizes smooth transitions between poses, often guided by the inhalation and exhalation, fostering a meditative state while building strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance.

  2. Hatha Yoga: Hatha yoga is a foundational practice that focuses on the integration of breath and movement, typically incorporating a combination of postures (asanas), breathing exercises (pranayama), and meditation. This gentle yet potent style emphasizes alignment, balance, and mindfulness, making it accessible to practitioners of all levels.

  3. Yin Yoga: Yin yoga is a slow-paced practice that targets the deep connective tissues of the body through long-held, passive stretches. In Yin yoga, postures are held for extended periods, often ranging from one to five minutes or more, allowing for deep relaxation and release of tension. This meditative approach cultivates flexibility, patience, and introspection, making it an ideal complement to more active styles of yoga.

  4. Restorative Yoga: Restorative yoga is a therapeutic practice focused on relaxation and rejuvenation, utilizing props such as blankets, bolsters, and blocks to support the body in passive poses. These deeply nurturing postures are held for extended periods, encouraging profound relaxation, stress relief, and restoration of the nervous system. Restorative yoga is particularly beneficial for promoting deep rest and healing during times of physical or emotional fatigue.

  5. Muscle Recovery Yoga: Muscle recovery yoga is a specialized practice designed to alleviate muscle soreness, tension, and fatigue, making it ideal for athletes or individuals seeking relief from physical strain. This gentle yet effective approach incorporates gentle stretches, self-massage techniques, and breathwork to promote circulation, reduce inflammation, and enhance the body's natural healing process, facilitating quicker recovery and improved mobility.

  6. Wrist-Free Yoga: Wrist-free yoga offers modifications and alternatives to traditional poses that may put pressure on the wrists, making it suitable for individuals with wrist injuries or conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome. This modified practice utilizes props and creative variations to provide support and stability while maintaining the benefits of a regular yoga practice, promoting strength, flexibility, and overall well-being without exacerbating wrist discomfort.

  7. Chair Yoga: Chair yoga is a gentle and accessible practice that adapts traditional yoga poses to be performed seated or using a chair for support. This inclusive style of yoga is suitable for individuals with limited mobility, seniors, or anyone seeking a gentle introduction to yoga. Chair yoga focuses on gentle movements, breath awareness, and relaxation techniques, promoting physical comfort, mental clarity, and emotional well-being for all participants.

Your yoga experience can also help you work through meridian energy blockages to create alignment and inner peace. Meditation is a component of yoga that can also support you here. Just talk with your yoga practitioner on the day so that you walk out feeling free, positive and energised!

Yoga Class for all Ages
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