I was first introduced to Yoga in 2007 with the idea that it was purely a form of exercise, but it had an instant positive impact on my life. I was taught different styles by various teachers whilsttravelling, and grew more intrigued by the whole experience. I decided in 2010 it was time to take a Hatha teacher's training with Swara Yoga School in Thailand. My continuing fascination with Yoga led me to Yasodhara Ashram and study centre, Canada, where I spent several months studying.
We believe our Yoga classes should be accessible for everyone and so we have created a place where you can deepen and explore your yoga practice, achieve a greater sense of wellbeing and some greathealth benefits from our FAR Infrared heating system.
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.
Yoga and meditation have been part of my life for more than 30 years, and yet, I still consider myself as a student of Yoga. I feel that I am constantly learning, mostly from the diversity thatstudents bring to the class. Over the years, my teaching has evolved into a more restorative form of yoga that seeks to achieve physical, mental and emotional balance and relaxation.
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.
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.
A small, dedicated Yoga space offering a peaceful environment in the heart of Fareham. Opened by Rachael in July 2014 to bring a range of Yoga and relaxation classes, as well as monthly workshopswelcoming guest teachers. The studio is available for hire and we are currently looking for Yoga Teachers offering: Kundalini, Ashtanga, Partner Yoga, Jivamukti, Iyengar. Along with Relaxation Teachers offering: Sound Therapy workshops, Tai Chi, Meditation.
Kathryn started learning about yoga in more depth at ‘Guildford School of Acting' where she was training to become an actress. As an actress, she found yoga helped her stay focused and calm inher mind in an extremely volatile profession. She soon noticed the benefits yoga was bringing her in all aspects of her life, she found she was stronger and more flexible both physically and mentally.
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.
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.