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Katharine West teaches yoga classes of an hour and a half that are easily managed by complete beginners and those that have practiced yoga more regularly. So people of all abilities can attend. Theyoga classes start with warm-up exercises and then move into classical yoga postures. This is then followed by breathing techniques, called pranayama techniques and then a final deep relaxation. The effect of my classes are to stretch the body but also to create clarity and calmness of the mind.
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For those of you who are just testing the Yoga-waters, we would like to say this: First off, you don't need to look a certain way, or be able to bend yourself into looking like a pretzel to be able todo yoga. Your yoga journey begins where you are at this point in time and can be tailored to fit you. To begin with just enjoy your new practice and the positive effect it has on your mind and body.
Having recently moved from Birmingham where I ran my own regular classes, I now do the same here in Manchester. I also teach a number of students on a one to one basis as well as taking on studiocover. Over the years I have appeared in numerous theatre, film, radio and television productions.
I have been trained to teach yoga with the Devon School of Yoga and have been teaching for over a year. I like to teach the holistic, eclectic style that Duncan Hulin advocates on the Devon teachertraining course. I have been influenced by a love for Ashtanga yoga and like to complement that dynamic style with a deep focus on our breath and the present moment.
At Harrogate Yoga, Amanda teaches classes for all levels, as well as private one-to one sessions, yoga therapy and workshops. Downloadable audio classes are also available to help students developtheir practice and realise the benefits of yoga on a regular basis. Amanda always aims to deliver the highest quality and to support students individually and as a community - in all the variations of personality that may arise.
Sammie was first introduced to yoga whilst traveling in South East Asia and became hooked immediately. Seven years later Sammie is not only a fully qualified British Wheel of Yoga teacher but a handson mum who is slowly building up Yoga-Fitness around her two boisterous toddlers! Initially drawn to yoga for the physical benefits such as improved tone, strength, flexibility and posture, Sammie quickly realised that there were many other benefits on offer.
Ishvara Yoga offers Hatha yoga classes on Mill Road in Cambridge that are suitable for all ages and skill levels. We offer friendly classes, in a relaxed environment, aimed at improving physicalhealth and mental well-being. Our yoga classes increase flexibility, build core strength and and also offer techniques for calming and focussing the mind, relieving stress and anxiety, and creating positive self-awareness.
The practice of Yoga has long been known to be a good source for physical and mental health benefits. Today, perhaps more than ever the practice of Yoga is becoming widely accepted as a non religious,universal practice and a practical approach to good health and spiritual and mental equanimity.
I live in Falmouth, Cornwall and have been teaching Yoga for more than twelve years. I first became interested in Yoga in my mid twenties but it was only after attending my first Iyengar Yoga class inthe 90's that I became inspired to teach. I hold the Iyengar Yoga Introductory II teaching certificate and currently hold the position of chair of the South West Iyengar Yoga Institute. Visit the SWIYI website to find details of teachers and events near to you.
If you regularly attend the Wednesday morning session at St. Peter's Hall in Limpsfield, please be advised that there IS a class on 27th May, and there is NO class on 10th June, due to a function thatstarts early. Some of you who travel on the London underground may have see the posters with this message!
Happy Yoga Newcastle offers fun, stress relieving classes that are specifically designed to help get you fit, flexible and happy! There are a range of classes suitable for all abilities. Unfit,un-bendy beginners are particularly welcome. The Happy Yoga Newcastle philosophy is that exercise and yoga should be as enjoyable as possible, so that you can welcome it into your everyday life with joy and with ease.
After graduating from Kings College London with a degree in Neuroscience she developed a regular yoga practice and became dedicated to the study and practice of yoga. Joelle has completed manyAshtanga teacher training courses with experienced teachers following the lineage of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois including: David Swenson, Kino MacGregor & Joey Miles.
I first encountered Yoga whilst at university, I knew very little about the subject but I liked the calm that attending a class brought. I continued to practice throughout both of my pregnancies, andfeel that it was due to my practice that I had two relatively straightforward pregnancies and labours. It was after this that I felt the desire to share the gift of Yoga with others, and embarked on a teacher training course with Simon Low's Yoga Academy.
The Zen Zone is Parkstone's purpose built, dedicated Holistic Centre and Yoga Studio. We are situated at the Branksome end of Ashley Road, in Davis Road. The Centre is just behind Guitar Mania andnext to the Salvation Army Hall (between Heaven and Rock 'n' Roll) and easily accessed from Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch. The Ground Floor has 3 well equipped Therapy Rooms and a quiet-zone waiting area, while the first floor contains the Yoga Studio.