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From August 2017
6.30 – 7.45pm Vinyasa Flow Yoga (suitable for all levels)
9.30 – 10.30am – Morning Yoga Flow (suitable for all levels)
10.45 – 11.30am – Postnatal Yoga (starting soon)
6.00 – 7.00pm – Pregnancy Yoga (suitable from 14+ weeks)
7.15 – 8.15pm – Introduction to Yoga (suitable for beginners)
6.15 – 7.15pm – Yin Yoga (suitable for all levels)
7.30 – 9pm Strength + Soul Yoga (suitable for those with a good level of fitness or previous yoga experience)
All classes held at The Barn, Netherton Farm, ML7 5TT
Please aim to arrive 10 mins before class starts, park behind the stairs or next to the large green shed and come up the stairs into the yoga studio which is on the first floor of the barn. Please be respectful and keep noise to a minimum, classes may be finishing and be in Savasana or we may be with clients. Thank you!
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Not sure what to expect in a yoga class? Read this article here
Pre and Postnatal Yoga
for an Effortless Pregnancy
Pregnancy yoga can help to deal with the many many strains both physically and mentally that pregnancy places on the body. Yoga with help you to relax, gain strength and help you to prepare for birth. This is a dedicated time for both you and bump to connect and a chance to meet other mums-to-be in the area. I look forward to meeting you and supporting you on your journey.
“Didn’t know what to expect before I started the class, so glad I signed up to it as it was very beneficial and helps prepare you before baby comes.”
“This is a wonderful course for mum’s to be. The breathing techniques, postures and meditation are both relaxing and empowering.”
“Great class, so relaxing but also empowering with techniques to prepare your managing labour. So glad I did it-feel like I have a toolkit if things to help me when I go into labour”
Historically, yoga was taught one to one. Private yoga sessions are tailored to your own individual needs and goals, whether it’s recovering form an injury, starting yoga for the first time, or deepening your current practice.
You may prefer to practice yoga one on one to work though a specific area of tightness or tension, to help recover from an injury, to learn more about yoga and the correct alignment for your body, or to help deal with something more emotional.
Perhaps you’re new to practicing yoga and wish to feel more comfortable before attending a class or if you have a regular class practice you may wish for help establish a home self practice.
Companies are now beginning to offer more support for their employees well being. Yoga can be practiced with little or no equipment and in any space. Yoga classes may be offered before work, during lunch breaks, or as a workshop or team building to help promote a healthy lifestyle, reduce stress and boost staff morale.
With the many benefits of yoga, you can expect staff to be less stressed, reduce absenteeism, increase energy, focus, concentration and productivity. Regular yoga will also help to gain physical strength, improve posture, decrease pain and risk of injury.
What can I offer?
Hatha Yoga – This class includes meditation techniques, breathing exercises and basic physical postures, as well as a deep relaxation.
Relaxation techniques – Includes meditation and breathing techniques to assist in the alleviation of stress and stress related disorders.
Desk yoga – Centred around the workstation, the session includes seated stretches to improve posture and alleviate aches and pain associated with the office environment as well as relaxation techniques.
“We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop”