Yoga Classes in HEATON MOOR
Classes are restarting from 5th September, Saturday.
Booking Yoga Classes:
Beginner’s Yoga Classes: Suitable for people who want a slow pace, complete beginners or have some yoga experience but have had a long break.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class: Suitable for all levels (beginners with a good grounding in the basic poses). It will be more challenging than the beginners class so if you feel like trying something that moves at a little bit quicker pace, why not have a go?
Ashtanga Primary Yoga Class: Students follow a same set sequence of postures each and every time, gradually progressing through the series. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga emphasises the linking of movement and breath. This class is suitable all, but it is a physically demanding style of yoga.
1. Choose a class above.
2. Press the “See Times” button
3. Choose the time slot and fill in your information.
4. Press “Pay” button and fill your card details.
5. Don’t forget to put your postcode on the side.
Afterwards, you’ll receive a confirmation text and email (including the video link if it is an online class which you’ll need to click to start your yoga session when it is on.)
First session only £5
Lots of individual attention
Every Mondays at 8pm and Tuesdays at 7pm
Every Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am
This yoga class is in Heaton Moor, Stockport is designed for beginners, but those with more experience will be guided with more challenging postures and more advanced adjustments.
It’s perfect for tired or sore muscles, ideal for beginners, seniors or those seeking slow and
mindful practice to balance out the bustle.
In this class the sequence taught will aim to build awareness of the body and the breath, forming a connection of the two whilst building balance, strength and flexibility in equal measure.
Regular yoga practice helps to improve fitness and mood, and connects your mind to the present creating an oasis of peace in this hectic world.
Small Groups for More Personal Attention
There are only 6 places in each group. You’ll get lots of individual help and there’s plenty of opportunity to ask questions.
I highly recommend booking in advance to secure a place.
Please bring your own mat during current situation.
And please make sure to arrive 5-10 mins earlier than than the session starts.
What is a Vinyasa Flow?
Every SATURDAY at 9.15am
The focal point of yoga practice is always the breath and it always matters. Vinyasa Flow is meant to sync the movement with the breath.
This class links every movement together; there is no stop and go. Gracefully linking each position to the next becomes a moving meditation and a graceful dance between effort and ease. Tying it all together with the breath creates all the magic.
At the same time you always have options within a Vinyasa practice to slow things down or speed things up, to rest or to simply take a modification or a deeper variation of different postures.
Resting postures like Child’s pose are always welcome and completely acceptable in a Vinyasa Flow class.
The class is open to ALL levels. (beginners with a good grounding in the basic poses). It will be more challenging than the beginners class so if you feel like trying something that moves at a quicker pace, why not have a go?
What is Ashtanga Primary?
The Ashtanga Primary Series is called Yoga Chikitsa, meaning yoga therapy, because of the cleansing and toning effect it has on both body and mind. On a physical level the asanas (poses) of the Primary Series build strength and flexibility in the body, loosening tight muscles and realigning and detoxifying the body and nervous system. The series begins with forward bends, then twists and hip openers with a vinyasa between each asana.
On a mental level, through regular practice focus, willpower, mind-body awareness and confidence are improved as we overcome the mental obstacles to our practice. On a subtle level the Primary series works therapeutically to clear obstacles in the energy channels in the body (known as Nadis).
Students follow a same set sequence of postures each and every time, gradually progressing through the series. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga emphasises the linking of movement and breath.
This class is suitable all, but it is a physically demanding style of yoga.
I’ve taken some steps in light of the current guidance:
- There will be a maximum of 6 people in the class.
- Please bring your own mat.
- There won’t be any hands-on adjustments until everything goes back to normal.
- Whilst in the clinic, please respect others’ personal space.
- If you have any symptoms please stay home.
Private yoga lessons are a wonderful way for beginners to learn the practice of yoga.
It’s also very beneficial for intermediate to advanced yoga practitioners who’d like to work on specific skills in a one-on-one format.
Private lessons also work well for those who are healing from injury or illness and need to modify the practice to aid in recovery.
For the price details, please press the button below and make an enquiry.