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CLASS SCHEDULE:

Tuesday: 9.30am - 10.30am

Wednesday: 6pm - 7pm

COST: £8 per class

Please bring your own floor mats. Yoga class sizes are kept to a maximum of 8 people.

 

This allows Sally to give each individual effective attention and support when performing the exercises.

Changing and toilet facilities are available if required.

YOGA CLASS INFORMATION

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YOGA NIDRA SUMMER SOLSTICE WORKSHOP -  19th June

Come and begin to celebrate the Summer solstice on Wednesday 19th June 2024. The solstice happens on 21st June and is the longest day and shortest night, we will celebrate the beginning of summer with sun salutations, heart opening, and joy.

You can either attend just yoga at 6pm-7pm for £8 or our Yoga Nidra Summer Solstice Workshop (yoga, yoga nidra and singing bowls for £25) Come and enjoy this magic time of year. 6pm to 8.15pm £25.00 each.

Who can do Hatha Yoga?

A Hatha Yoga practice may be used by anyone as a way to increase fitness, improve health, attain or restore greater balance and connectedness of mind-body-spirit, and develop focus and discipline. It is suitable both for beginners and for people who already exercise regularly.


It is recommended to check with your health professional if you haven't exercised for a while, are older or pregnant, have health problems or an old or ongoing injury. We would be happy to have a chat with you over the phone to answer any questions or discuss any concerns.

What are the health benefits of Hatha Yoga?

Physical Benefits:

Some of the benefits on the physical body are:

  • It improves the range of motion in the joints.

  • It improves the flexibility of connective tissue and muscles.

  • It improves balance and core strength.

  • It improves metabolism.

  • It improves blood flow in the spinal cord and brain.

  • It helps to stimulate the lymphatic system and cleanses the body.

  • It improves the overall range of motion of the body.

  • It improves energy levels.

  • It improves the function of the lungs and heart.

  • It brings balance to the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system.

What is Hatha Yoga?

A yoga class described as ‘Hatha’ will usually involve a set of physical postures (yoga poses) and breathing techniques. These are typically practised slowly and with static posture holds in conjunction with awareness of the breath, to help develop mental focus and to connect
the mind, body and spirit.

 

Hatha means ‘force’ and is more traditionally defined as ‘the yoga of force’, or ‘the means of attaining a state of yoga through force’. So Hatha yoga can be considered as anything you might do with the body, including:

  • Asana - yoga postures (practised in any style of ‘yoga’)

  • Pranayama - breathing techniques

  • Mantra - chanting or reciting

  • Mudra - hand gestures

  • Shatkriyas and shatkarmas - cleansing techniques

  • Types of visualisations

Mental Benefits:

Some of the mental benefits are:

  • It helps to calm down the senses and reduce mental stress.

  • It helps to improve concentration.

  • It helps to bring balance to your emotions.

  • It helps to lower levels of anxiety and depression.

  • It removes mental fatigue and can improve your quality of sleep.

  • It can stimulate creativity.

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YOGA CLASSES

Join us every Wednesday 6pm - 7 pm

and Tuesdays at 9.30am - 10.30am

Weekly yoga classes with Sally in our well-ventilated spacious Yoga studio in Atherstone. £8 a class.

Summer Solstice Workshop 19th June

Yoga, Yoga Nidra & Singing Bowls £25

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Book Yoga

Weekly Yoga Classes Every Tue 9.30am & Wed 6pm

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On the day of your class please ensure:

  • Wear appropriate, comfortable clothing that you can easily move in and remove loose jewellery.

  • If you feel unwell at any time during the class please stop immediately and alert the instructor.

  • Please don’t attend if you are feeling unwell, have any Covid symptoms or have been ordered to self-isolate.

  • Bring a minimum of belongings with you (anything you bring is at your own risk).

  • Have your own water bottle to hand and take small sips when required.

  • Bring a small towel/cushion with you.

  • Please arrive at least 5 mins before so that we are ready to go on time. If you are late you can’t be admitted due to the warm-up being a crucial part of the class and it is disruptive to others.

Our Cancellation Policy

For classes cancelled up to 24 hours before the class start time a refund or credit for a future class can be issued.

 

For classes cancelled less than 24 hours of the class start time, no refund or credit can be issued.

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