NVQ Level 4 and is fully insured by the British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) The BWY is Registered in England as Charity No. 1136674 and is recognised as the governing body for yoga in the UK by Sport England.Paul has been practising yoga since 1996 and is available to teach Hatha Yoga on a class or private basis as well as to corporate clients around the United Kingdom.
Welcome to Amiyoga, founded and owned by Ann-Marie Mainprize in 2000, Amiyoga provides yoga classes in Hatha yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Yoga workshops, Yoga retreats, holistic therapies, one to one yoga,thai yoga massage and sports injury therapy. Amiyoga aims to raise funds through the Amiyoga fund to provide yoga and therapy for disability, health and rehabilitation. Ann-Marie is co-owner of The yoga therapy lounge in Hull, a space dedicated to yoga and holistic health.
Yoga is something which can be adapted to suit everyone; you don't need to be young, slim or flexible to practice yoga and benefit from its health giving properties! Yoga helps us to learn aboutourselves and to learn to accept ourselves the way we are. Yoga classes look at our diet, ways to exercise, breathing (properly!), and relaxation.
Ann-Marie & Ella are best friends and yoga teachers and they have designed the Yoga therapy lounge conveniently located on Princes Avenue, to offer a wide range of yoga classes with various teachersincluding, Hatha Yoga, Power Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Pilates, Yoga for Arthritis and Back Pain, Kundalini Yoga, Body Conditioning & Stretch Classes, Laughter Yoga, Pilates for Mobility, Pregnancy Yoga and Mummy & Baby Yoga.
Inversions or inverted poses are an immensely important group of asanas. Instead of gravity pulling everything towards the feet, the orientation shifts towards the head. On the emotional and spirituallevels, inverted poses turn everything upside down, throwing a new light on old patterns of behavior and life.
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.
It's true, there are some vigorous yoga classes, but experienced yoga therapists often find that people with no experience in yoga make quicker progress than those with years of experience. Yoga isnot about "going for the burn", or pushing yourself: instead it's about listening to your body and gently moving into postures. With guidance from a good teacher you can learn how to stretch and increase your flexibility and strength without risk of injury.
Join the wonderful world of Yoga and find some rest and relaxation as well as wonderful postures to stretch and strengthen the body and mind. Beginners aways welcome, please message us for any furtherinformation by text or e-mail. All classes are Hatha Yoga, meaning general yoga. The class consists of breathing exercises to calm our mind, physical asanas (poses) for strengthening and stretching the muscles & joints, completing with restfull relaxation to bring together body and mind.
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.
Yoga and Pilates both came along in the mid 1990's - at a time I was struggling with a back injury - very quickly I was reminded of a deep rooted instinct we all have to take some time out, slow downfor a moment, to take a deep breath and to stretch out tight muscles. Impressed and intrigued with the results from both methods I decided to train to teach. Since qualifying I have been busy teaching in and around Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.