Yoga Hungerford. Yoga is not about standing on your head and contorting yourself into knots. Yoga is about finding your centre. It’s a way of developing inner strength. Yoga is release – letting go and clearing away all the clutter that you are carrying. Yoga is a way of getting to know yourself through increased observation and awareness. It’s an opportunity to be with yourself – honestly and tenderly. It’s a way of peeling away the layers to discover your true essence. Regular practice of yoga can help you face the turmoil of life with steadiness and stability.
Classes are held regularly in Yoga Hungerford, Newbury, Stockcross, and Wantage. Please view the Class Timetable page for more details. If you would like to enrol for a class or have any further questions you can reach me on 07790 015762. You can also contact me by mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I also run regular restorative yoga evenings, spa retreats as well as workshops where we explore various aspects of yoga in greater detail. Some of the workshops will be jointly run with other professionals and will include topics such as meditation and nutrition. If you would like to know more about local classes, retreats, individual advice on your yoga practice or the range of yoga products I supply I’ll always be delighted to hear from you!
I have, for many years, studied with a wide range of nationally and internationally recognized teachers and combine my experience to offer a very holistic approach to yoga for my students. Classes focus on the physical elements of hatha yoga and blend classical yoga postures, movements and stretches to awaken the body so helping student’s reconnect with parts of the body that may have been forgotten! Important breathing techniques are incorporated to help release tension and aid relaxation.
A typical Yoga Hungerford class will include:
- Movements to warm up and mobilise the joints
- Standing, sitting, lying and inverted asanas (postures) some postures will be held for a while and others will be put together in to flowing sequences.
- Pranayama (breathing techniques)
- A little theory / philosophy
- Visualisation and relaxation