Yoga Classes

I am a British Wheel of Yoga accredited teacher and a Yoga Alliance Professionals Senior Teacher. I also have a BSc in Sports Science and Sports Psychology. I have been teaching yoga classes for 15 years and am experienced in teaching students of all ages, abilities, experience, and fitness. My class content is based on sound scientific knowledge from both my yoga teacher training and my sports science and sports psychology studies.

The focus of each class is different each week and covers a range of yoga experiences from strengthening and flexibility movements and postures, to relaxation techniques, to joint-freeing, and to balance and stability.


All of my yoga classes are suitable for everyone as I ensure that all postures and practices are modified for the individual. To guide the practice of those who wish to have a more specific class level and focus I offer three types of yoga classes: Gentle Yoga, Yoga For All Abilities, and Core Strength and Stability Yoga. All of these classes will improve your health, well-being and fitness. Learning how to live your life with yoga will also improve your resilience and ability to deal with life’s challenges.

 

Gentle Yoga Classes

Gentle Yoga is particularly suited for those who wish to avoid some of the stronger postures or who have health conditions which means they need to keep their exercise gentler or slower. The focus is on gentle ways to mobilise joints, strengthen muscles, improve balance and lower stress responses.

 

Yoga For All Abilities Yoga Classes

Yoga For All Abilities is, as the name suggests, suitable for all ages, level of experience, and abilities or fitness. Classes include strengthening, stretching and mobilising movements and postures, relaxation practices, and breath awareness. Modifications can be offered to increase or decrease challenge as needed.

 

Core Strength & Stability Yoga Classes

Core Strength and Stability Yoga particularly focuses on conditioning the muscles of the torso and postural muscles in functional movements. The core is much more than just the abdominal muscles and includes the back, shoulder and hip stability, and muscles of the pelvis. These muscles are worked in all planes of movement to replicate the demands placed on the body in daily living and in physical activities.


My timetable of Yoga Classes can be found here.

Information about The Yoga Studio can be found here.

You may also be interested in my Yoga Workshops.

          


Swim Bike Run YogaI also offer workshops aimed specifically at athletes. Some are purely yoga, others are strength and conditioning, fitness training, or skills focussed. Find out more at Swim Bike Run Yoga.

 

  Yoga For Cyclists Workshop