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Iyengar Vinyasa Flow Sequences

Thursday Evenings 5.30pm-6.30

Introducing in Term 3 Iyengar Vinyasa Flow practice. The benefits of practicing in this way; 1. Increase your circulation. This practice is a yoga cardiovascular workout, warming up the whole body. Improving blood circulation to support the immune system. 2. Lengthen and tone your muscles. Sun Salutations include forward bends to lengthen the hamstrings, and backbends to ...

 

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A workshop for women

Learn how a focused and balanced yoga practice can support us through the ages and stages of our lives, from menstruation and PMT, to menopause and beyond.Whatever stage you are at in your life, this workshop will provide you with information and practices you can use every day.The workshop will include active and restorative asana, pranayama (breathing practices), and a guided relaxation. Worksho...

 

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Restore Yoga

For Fatigue

This deeply restorative sequence moves from gentle stretches to supported backbends to supported inversions to allow for all systems of the body to recover. This sequence can help counteract the effects that long term fatigue have on posture as well as physical and emotional stress. You will find yourself feeling calm, deeply refreshed and feel energy starting to build from with...

 

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Sit up straight. Stand up straight!

I know I sound like your mum.  But this is not frivolous advise, it is fundamental, it is crucial and vital that you integrate good posture into everything you do. The more I study and learn the more I realise, keep it simple and return to the basics; That hot outfit… cant’ undo poor posture. Digestive aids from the chemist... canâ€...

 

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Yoga For Sports People

Yoga is a supplementary exercise

Many athletes are turning to yoga as a supplementary exercise routine to fix the imbalances in their body and to improve their performance in their chosen field of sport. Yoga enhances every sport. Most activities are muscle building and shortening, yoga is lengthening the muscles. To build strength requires flexibility, the two are not mutually exclusive, they are symbiotic. ...

 

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