Yoga is a fun way to improve your flexibility, core strength, health and wellbeing. Whether you're looking for some quiet time, a good stretch after sitting at your desk all day, or maybe tostrengthen and tone up; there's something for everyone. I teach a contemporary Hatha yoga style. Lessons may include pranayama (breathing techniques), mudras (hand gestures), meditation, mindfulness as well as the asanas (poses) normally associated with yoga.
I believe that yoga should be enjoyable rather than a chore. My classes are based around releasing stress and tension through relaxation and breath work. I work on strengthening and calming both thebody and mind whilst improving your own flexibility and toning your body. I allow my students to let go and connect with their breath and themselves. I like to create a space whereby everyone can find their own place to be peaceful, calm, quiet and free.
So this year we have reason to celebrate - and I've still got some of my original clients from 1995 still attending! As an RAD trained ballet dancer, I first started teaching ballet to children when Iwas sixteen years old, and have been teaching dancing, fitness classes and yoga in some form or another since then. In fact, the classes have been running at Coronation Hall since 1995! My best advertisement for my classes are my students.
This is the site of Jacqui Barnett, British Wheel of Yoga teacher. Jaqcui provides yoga and mindfulness classes, workshops and one-to-one sessions in the Northamptonshire area. Yoga is an enjoyableway to improve core strength, muscle tone, flexibility, posture, health, mental focus and well-being. Yoga and mindfulness are effective ways to reduce stress and tension. Classes are good fun, friendly, non-competitive and suitable for men and woman of all abilities - including beginners.
At The Yeoman of England pub function room. A weekly drop in (no need to book) and suitable for all levels and abilities. I have some spare mats, but please bring a blanket to ensure you arecomfortable for relaxation. There is plenty of parking in the pub car park.
Blossom Yoga was formed by twins Jacinda Butterworth and Keeley Baigent in 2007. We are fully qualified Sun Power Yoga and Children's Yoga teachers, with current, enhanced CRB clearance, specialisingin yoga for children and teenagers. We provide local classes throughout the East Midlands and on a national and international level through our range of DVDs and books.
Hi! I'm Wendy and I teach yoga. I believe in working hard and playing hard, and in living a balanced life! I believe in having lots of fun whether I'm working or playing. If you want to have fun whilegetting fit, start fiercely living your truth from the place of love in your deep core, and you live in or near Matlock, Derbyshire, come to my classes! I teach all my group classes at Escape Yoga Studio in Matlock, and private classes in my beautiful yoga room at home.
Here you can find out about all the latest workshops and classes that I am running. There are lots of new and exciting sessions in the New Year from classes on nutrition, massage and mantra to namebut a few. Yoga works on so many levels of physical, mental and spiritual well being. It invites every cell of your being to radiate joy and health. Yoga gives you the tools to feel invigorated and energised.
What will you gain from practising yoga? Every individual has a completely different experience of yoga, that is the beauty of it, it is a practise just for yourself. If you practise regularly, yourmuscles will lengthen, become stronger and more supple and flexible. This will help with the bodies joints. For those of us who do a lot of gym work or running, yoga is excellent to do alongside to keep the body in balance.
I have been involved in yoga and attended classes of different types and styles throughout my life, having been introduced to Richard Hittleman's books and TV programmes at a very early age by mymother. I completed the three year teacher training diploma with the British Wheel of Yoga in 2010. I chose to teach throughout my training, giving me 7 years teaching experience to date.
I have since gone on to study Yoga as Therapy, with the Inner Healing School of Yoga and achieved a further Diploma with Distinction, in 2013; qualifying me to instruct Yoga for the management andrelief of a wide range of health conditions and injuries. I have trained with International Gong Masters, Don Conreaux and Aidan McIntrye, to qualify as an International Gong Master and Sound Therapist and give Gong Healing Baths to the public and offer one to one Sound Therapy sessions.
Emma has been practising Iyengar yoga for 25 years. After many years studying the subject, she undertook the rigorous two-year Iyengar yoga training programme at the Iyengar Yoga Institute, MaidaVale, London. Iyengar yoga has been a very important and deeply valued part of Emma's life throughout her adulthood. Teaching yoga was a natural progression for her, building on her long years of practice and study with teachers all over the UK.
I am a former nurse-midwife and experienced British Wheel of Yoga teacher, teaching classes and supporting women in the East Midlands. My present has evolved organically from my past. My passion iswomen's health and women's culture. Choices are available for us but not always chosen by us. I encourage women to explore their choices and make decisions for their lives accordingly. Any contribution that I can make to facilitate success in these choices I enjoy making.
Rose is a fully qualified British Wheel of Yoga teacher, teaching hatha yoga classes in and around the Lutterworth area, Leicestershire and also in Rugby, Warwickshire. Rose's Yoga classes are activeyoga asana (posture) work designed for all ranges of ability and also include short sessions teaching breathing (pranayama) and relaxation techniques. Classes are on a drop-in basis and are either 60 or 90 minutes, designed to aid flexibility, stamina and strength.
The name Bahia is linked to Indian heritage, it is the surname of the founder of the School Jasmin Bahia. In both Spanish and Portuguese languages the literal translation is that Bahia means bay.Bahia Yoga opened in 2003, offering traditional Hatha Yoga and classical Meditation classes. Our Director, Jasmin has been teaching in the wellbeing field since 2000, and Jake our Meditation Teacher began teaching Philosophy in 2002 and Meditation since 2007.
If you are looking for a highly recommended and popular yoga class in Beeston or Chilwell then please join us at Phoenix Wellbeing. Yoga classes are held on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings inBeeston and Thursday mornings in Chilwell. All yoga classes are taken by Jeanette, a fully qualified and insured British Wheel of Yoga Teacher. Jeanette's qualification took 3 years to complete with the British Wheel and has been awarded with a Diploma in Yoga.
Padma Yoga came in to existence in 2005. Following a sports injury in 2000, founder Claire Thomas, took up yoga to support her recovery. Whilst she did not return to sport until recently, Claire foundsomething in yoga that satisfied not only her desire to be physically challenged but also a depth in the practice that allowed her some time and space away from the challenges of her career.
Specialised Ante Natal Yoga and Pilates Classes, Fitness Classes, 1 to 1 Ante Natal Packages, Small Group Sessions, Post Natal Fitness Classes and Buggy Push Classes, Mummies and Babies Bootcamp formums-to-be and new mums. Recommended by Doctors and Midwifes for expectant mums who want to exercise confidently, safely and effectively throughout their pregnancy. Fiona also gets the full support from her local Midwifes in her area/district.
YogaBeamz is a small, family-run business founded by Naomi Smith, which places a high emphasis on the importance of maintaining a strong and flexible body through the practise of Yoga. Naomi felt thatteaching Yoga would be a great way to introduce children and adults to the life-long benefits of regular Yoga practise. Naomi's main goal is to capture children's imagination, help them to be enthusiastic about Yoga and make it an essential part of their life.
When I was training to teach yoga to those living with cancer, I worked with a group of ladies who were part of a study in how yoga can help when you have cancer. They have written a book called OneVoice about their personal journey with a gynaecological cancer. Each lady has written a poem or couple of paragraphs sharing their experience in order to help others and bring some awareness to gynae cancers.