My career has been pretty varied: teaching maths in secondary schools, being a class teacher in a middle school, teaching English as a Foreign Language to adults and working with home-educatedchildren within a small school project (an amazing experience). And of course, teaching yoga (since 2002). Now I am lucky enough to teach yoga in a beautiful studio at the bottom of my garden in Chichester.
Yoga is an age old practice that benefits the human body on many levels. The speed and business of life today means it is ever more important to find a healthy way to release stress and relax the mindand body. Yoga is an excellent choice for everyone, as it has far reaching benefits for all. Adults, Young people, Children, Pregnant and Postnatal women can all benefit from yoga.
What is Yoga? For complete beginners, yoga is simply a series of postures (asanas) which improve health and wellbeing in an holistic way. Regular practise of these postures will stretch and strengthenevery muscle, use all your joints through their full range of movement, massage your internal organs and improve your circulation, hormonal system and breathing capacity. The word Yoga however means to unite. In practising yoga, one is on the journey to uniting body, mind, intellect and soul.
There are many ways in which Yoga may be defined. It is a scientific method of self-development, a holistic practice for the mind, body and soul, and a science of life. Yoga originated in India about5 thousand years ago, and has been practised daily as a spiritual discipline by those seeking a deep understanding of themselves and of the world around them ever since.
Teaching dynamic vinyasa flow at Boulder Brighton by the station in Portslade, and 1-to-1s for those unable to join a regular class or wishing to deepen their practice. I'm passionate about buildingcommunity for students and teachers, and am running a ‘Branding You & Social Media' workshop for teachers We Love Our Users! in London on July 17th!
Vinyasa yoga moves steadily from pose to pose in sequences of movements synchronized with the breath, often pausing to hold poses for various lengths of time while maintaining the rhythmic flow of thethe breath. Unlike most approaches to hatha yoga, which have a fixed system, vinyasa yoga is not a system.
Cheryl Williams is a MindBodyFoodFitness specialist on the South Coast, working with people who lead full-on lives who realise they need to find some balance in order to live better, more fulfillinglives. As a result, people feel less stressed, move with more ease, feel recharged and ultimately lead more vibrant lives.
Hot yoga is yoga practised in a heated studio of up to 40 degrees centigrade. You can develop your strength, flexibility and balance and fitness levels to a much greater degree than the usual classpractise. This is because of the specific heat and humidity that is practised in India, its native country of origin. Hot Yoga keeps your yoga practise authentic. The overall aims are the same; to increase flexibility, improve posture and achieve all over body conditioning.
Bikram Yoga Brighton offers hot yoga taught in Bikram style, using 26 Hatha yoga postures in 50% humidity. Bikram yoga is great for beginners and advanced practitioners alike. Bikram Yoga Brightonalso offers Youth/Childrens' Yoga and Rajashree's Pregnancy Yoga. Bring your yoga mat, towel and water and get fit sweating! Hot Bikram Yoga Brighton, what a Yogahaven, where you can practice dynamic yoga in a real hot yoga class in 50% humidity.
Through a holistic range of services including Yoga, Life Coaching, Reiki and Image Coaching, we can help you move beyond any self-limiting barriers that get in your way from feeling good aboutyourself, living an authentic life full of love and happiness. We will create a package with you that is entirely tailored to your needs.