Vinyasa means to connect. Think of poses being fluid, moving from one to the next, utilising your breath to help you during your yoga practice. This might sound alien but once you’ve tried it, you’ll understand the appeal, I promise! I teach this kind of yoga as it’s the yoga I enjoy doing myself. This yoga taps into both the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, meaning it makes your heart race while also bringing you into a calm and relaxed state. One of the best things about asana practice (postures) is that we spend most of our life either worrying about the past or being anxious about the future, so basically we’re abandoning our bodies in the present... whereas yoga, challenges our bodies, and focuses our attention to the here and now. Therefore, having great benefits for our minds. I’m really passionate about the fact that I think, yoga can be for everyone and I really hope that anyone who gives my class a go will agree.
I’m from a dance and gymnastics background, however fell in love with yoga a few years ago. As a psychology masters student I’m very passionate about the mental health benefits of yoga.
Sessions are £8 an hour and will usually be in the evenings from 6:30pm.
New dates to be confirmed soon.
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