I teach yoga classes in Willen pavilion and Old Bath House Wolverton, Milton Keynes and Hardengstone Village Hall, Northampton. I am one of few yoga teachers who demonstrates, explains postures andobserves the yoga class participants at the same time.It helps me to be on the same wavelength and able to respond best to what my students experience during the class.My approach is very personal and that probably explains why I still have students who started with my first class in 2013!.
Yoga is a mind-body practice that welcomes every individual regardless of age, gender, or ability. Through physical activity, breathing exercises and meditation, yoga increases strength andflexibility and reduces stress and anxiety, enhancing physical, mental and emotional well being. Located in Beaconsfield, ViVA YOGA guides clients through this holistic, uniquely balanced approach to physical and mental health in a personal and non-competitive environment.
Pregnancy yoga classes (also known as prenatal or antenatal yoga classes) are a perfect way to include safe, gentle exercise in your weekly routine, as pregnancy yoga helps to promote relaxationthroughout your pregnancy and birth preparation. If you live near Amersham, Beaconsfield, Chesham, Great Missenden, Chalfonts or Chorleywood our classes are in Little Chalfont on Wednesday evenings at 8.15 p.m. for those in early or mid stage pregnancy and at 7.00 p.m. for those further along.
I have been teaching and practising Yoga for ten years and offer yoga classes to both children and adults. I trained initially at the Sivananada Ashram in Kerala, South India in 2002 and later withFRYOG International and Yoga Bugs in Berkshire and London. I deliver a combination of restorative yoga and vinyasa flow. My Sivananda and classical yoga influences and background, are embedded in my class teachings. I also provide seated yoga classes and Yoga Nidra.
Yoga asanas (postures) taught in a holistic way, in conjunction with pranayama (breathing techniques), bring health to and maintain mobility in the body, helping to de-stress and focus the mind. It isalso found within the word Ujjayi, the basic form of breath control (pranayama).
Yoga can mean many things to many people. To some it may be a lifestyle, a spiritual path, a philosophy, or a science. To others it may simply be a system of exercise, or way to relax after astressful day. We offer a number of different types of logo classes to cater to the.
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.
Yoga has been part of my life since I was a child. I find it a great way to relax and unwind with the knowledge that strength and balance techniques are being developed at the same time. Yoga can bepracticed by anyone in a way that suits them best. Programs are tailored to achieve personal goals and desires. Sessions will encompass elements of strength & flexibility, breathing techniques and relaxation.
Face Yoga is a series of facial exercises designed to tone, lift and rejuvenate skin and muscle. The method I teach integrates facial exercise, face massage, acupressure, relaxation and wellbeing. Itcombines ancient theories with a modern approach to look and feel the best we can at any age. We may be unable to reverse time but we can always improve what we have from today onwards.
Jeff teaches at both Triyoga and the Life Centre - recognised as London's leading yoga centres, he trains yoga teachers and also teaches in the South Bucks area. He is highly experienced and fullyinsured with RYT500 and BWY accreditation. Jennie specialises in pregnancy and postnatal yoga and Yoga therapy for those with physical, mental and emotional health issues. She teaches in South Bucks and is fully insured with BWY accreditation.