A perfect introduction to the fundamentals of Vinyasa-style Yoga. A great class for beginners to vinyasa yoga, and to yoga beginners who are used to movement and fitness.
What to expect in Beginners Vinyasa Flow
- Learn about the foundations of vinyasa style yoga
- Build confidence in the linking postures that make the style so dynamic
- Learn how to move with the breath
- Get a better grip of the language teachers use in vinyasa styles
- Great preparation for our Vinyasa Flow and Ashtanga Fusion classes
- A great full body movement experience!
The benefits of vinyasa classes
- Expect lots of leg work as you learn standing postures
- Build core strength as you learn to move from your centre
- Improve your health, strength, flexibility and general wellbeing
- It can be easier for many to focus on the breath in vinyasa classes, thus making it amazing for mindfulness.
Need To Know
- Wednesday 8-9.15pm with Steph livestream on zoom and in studio from 17th May
- Fine for 1st and 2nd trimester if you already have a yoga practice.
- Steph has a background in movement and dance and has a wonderful way of threading creative sequences into yoga that develop at a slow and steady pace
- Join our regular vinyasa classes once you have got the basics and have developed some strength and fluidity.
Revive and Relax– Saturday 22nd May 12pm-2pm
A full Body Rolling experience including feet, legs, torso and face. All levels welcome. Equipment provided. Discover a more deeply relaxed, centred, aligned and tension free self in this fantastic workshop. we start from the feet and work our way up using different sized balls. We finish with a 20 minute face sequence and a deep relaxation. Please bring a yoga mat, a pillow and a blanket with you.
The Pelvis Part 1- Saturday 5th June 12pm-1.30pm– Working on bones, lifting and spreading and activation
The Pelvis Part 2- Saturday 26th June 12pm-1.30pm– Working on muscles around pelvis and into hips
. Join Nichi for this very important Yamuna Body Rolling Work. Working on the pelvis allows for many other areas of the body to also change and realign.You will find that the sides of the pelvis are never aligned with each other,
*because people use them differently. These differences are what cause the many types of imbalance that result in pain and chronic pelvic and hip problems.
* People almost always bear more weight into one side of the pelvis than the other.
* One hip is usually higher than the other.
*One hip is farther back or farther forward than the other.
* Other habitual postural patterns, as well as patterns in work, sports, and hobbies, also contribute to pelvis imbalances.
Additional contributing factors:
* Pregnancies and postpartum conditions of the pelvis
In addition, chronic weight-bearing from the upper body—whether correctly aligned or
not—exerts excessive pressure down into the pelvis.
Pelvis work is as important for both men and women. It will help maintain a solid pelvic foundation throughout life. The hips are one area where people often get stuck. The routines that follow address the areas of the pelvis
that take the most impact during standing, walking, and running, and where it is easiest to access the bone and improve its quality.
In both workshops we will start with foot alignment and activation as it is important to realign the feet first.
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