“There are no negatives in life, only challenges to overcome that will make you stronger.” 

 

 

 

 

Offering two forms of Yoga, Ashtanga and Dynamic balance. Each of these powerful forms of yoga provide a method to strengthen the body, mind and spirit.


Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is a unique yoga system that links full rhythmic breathing with powerful postures. Deep internal heat purifies the body whilst enhanced levels of concentration relax the mind. Internal energy locks strengthen the nervous system. Beginners sessions will cover the fundamentals, i.e. breath, energy centres and posture work. The aim is to establish a strong foundation of standing yoga postures which will be the basis for you to move on to the improvers Ashtanga sessions.Please note that the sessions are physically demanding, but with patience, practice and persistence, Ashtanga yoga will improve strength, stamina and flexibility.

NEXT BEGINNERS COURSE COMMENCES 15th January

 

 


Dynamic Balance

" The ability to anticipate and react to changes in balance as the body moves through space"

If you like a challenging workout that will assist you to become a more capable athlete and/or you want to build flexibility, strength and endurance, then this is the practice for you.

Dynamic Balance is a form of Vinyasa Yoga. Vinyasa means “to place in a special way”. It is often used as shorthand for the linking movements between postures. In a typical session you will complete around 50 of these rigorous and challenging movements. The first time you experience this intensity, it will push the limits of your endurance. But with determined and regular practice you will develop a strong body, mind and spirit. Keep it up, and after a few sessions you will be pleasantly surprised how you are able to cope with the session.


Whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced practitioner there is a class for you. Please note: you do require a good basic level of fitness to take part in these strenuous forms of yoga. 

 


 

 

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 Updated 20th November 2017

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