Regular yoga practice can become a powerful, life-changing tool; integrating mind, body and soul, helping change your life for the better. Some people notice their bodies becoming more toned and a loss of excess weight, others experience feelings of lightness and clarity with more of a sense of peace as well as purpose and direction in their lives.
I have practiced hatha and iyengar yoga regularly for about 10 years learning much about myself along the way. My studies and regular practice have embraced hatha, Iyengar, yin, kundalini, vinyasa and ashtanga yoga.
Yoga introduces balance, space and much needed calm into our busy and sometimes anxious lives. Through yoga I have found it is possible to take time to pause, reflect and find inspiration. Yoga is a lifelong journey of constant discovery, not a destination, and I have found that practicing yoga makes the challenges of everyday life easier to deal with more of the time.
I am inspired to explore yoga further I traveled to Rishikesh, India, the birthplace of yoga, and completed the teaching diploma with the Association of Yoga and Meditation, members of the International Yoga Federation and the Yoga Alliance Register.
I am now embarking on a new chapter in my life, devoting it to my love of yoga. My classes are hatha with vinyasa flow and are open to everyone of all levels of ability and modifications are offered.
If you are new to yoga and not sure what to expect, a typical class is between 60 – 90 minutes long and begins with some quiet time to centre ourselves and tune in to our practice. This moves on to warming up the muscles of the body and gently loosening up the joints before working through various sequences of asana posture work. We would then cool down, often to Pranayama (breathing practice), before coming into final relaxation in Corpse pose (Savasana).
The Paddock Room, Vinyasa Flow Yoga:
Tuesday, 7.30 – 8.40pm
*The Paddock Room is located directly opposite Strong Adolfos.