Yoga….mmmm and breathe through the noise.
Yoga’s a spiritual practice, its preparation for meditation, quieting the mind and giving focus. The asanas benefit the body also, but I see the body transformation as a by-product of what’s happening in the brain…. which is the expansion of your grey brain matter.



Want more awareness? Yoga.What more focus or body flexibility? Yoga. The list goes on. Yoga has a lot to answer for….. in the best possible way. 

I invite you to join me in a Yin Yoga session to suit your needs.
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Frequently asked questions

Here are a list of questions we are asked frequently.
If you can’t find an answer to your question here please contact us and we will be very happy to help you.

No you don’t, you can go at your own pace and make sure you don’t over push yourself too much.

Yin Yoga is a deep, slow and hyper focused yoga practice. Holding the asanas for at least 7 breathes.

I always start my session by setting my intention followed with prayer, then on to Nadi Shodhana breathing techniques, leading to poses (asanas) and closing off with a 10minute meditation.

You will become more focused, mindful, calm, grounded, happier, less reactive and more in control of yourself. Physically you will become more toned, flexible, balanced and leaner.

It can be for some. But no it doesn’t have to be. Personally I do a short prayer to give thanks. For me Yoga is an all rounder, it keeps you grateful whilst being good for your body and mental health.

Don’t perform yoga immediately after meals. Wait until 2 to 3 hours after a large meal. Don’t shower or drink water or eat food for 30 minutes after doing yoga. During illness, surgeries, or any sprains or fractures, one should refrain from Yoga Practice.

Yama.  The first of the 8 limbs of yoga, yama, deals with one’s ethical standards and sense of integrity, focusing on our behavior and how we conduct ourselves in life. Yamas are universal practices that relate best to what we know as the Golden Rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

You can join a class suitable for your fitness level. For example, to join a mixed-ability yoga class, you need to be able to get up and down from the floor.

Yoga is adaptable to any age or level of ability. In fact, practicing yoga can be especially beneficial for older adults, as it can help to improve balance, reduce the risk of falls, and maintain mobility and flexibility.

In general, yoga practice is recommended in the morning or the early evening. A morning yoga session can be quite active and consist of a full practice.

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