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The Good Food Yogi

  • 20 Lower Bridge Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 1RS.
  • 07512756045

About The Good Food Yogi

Yoga isn’t all about flexibility, it’s actually more about building your strength and, with strength comes a stronger core. A stronger core means less pressure and tension in your lower back which so many of us suffer from. It’s also about posture and alignment. How many of us spend more than 8 hours a day at our desks? Yoga opens us up and let’s us feel good about ourselves.

All styles of yoga are great but my classes tend to focus on postures from the Ashtanga series which develop strength, as well as flexibility. Traditionally, the series is strict but I keep to a set core of poses to improve upon each week and slowly introduce new poses each week for people to explore.

About The Good Food Yogi / Emma
Emma is passionate about yoga and the many benefits it can bring people. She believes that everyone, regardless of age or ability, can take something away from yoga for themselves.

All styles of yoga are great but Emma’s classes tend to focus on postures from the Ashtanga series which develop strength, as well as flexibility. Traditionally, the series is strict but Emma keeps to a set core of poses to improve upon each week and slowly introduces new poses each week for people to explore.

Emma was 6 months pregnant when she qualified as a Yoga Teacher and found the experience invaluable in learning about the modifications that are needed to achieve each and every pose of the Ashtanga Primary Series. This only further credited her belief that yoga really is for everyone….

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Online classes, 6 days a week / 7 classes - book online via the website
Library of classes available to watch anytime.

Physical classes:
Mondays, 9:30am Broughton and Bretton Community Centre, Broughton
Tuesdays, 10am New Brighton Community Centre, Mold
Thursdays, 9:45am St Mary's Without the Walls, Handbridge

Opening Times

Mondays, 9:30am Broughton and Bretton Community Centre, Broughton
Tuesdays, 10am New Brighton Community Centre, Mold
Thursdays, 9:45am St Mary's Without the Walls, Handbridge

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The Good Food Yogi

  • 20 Lower Bridge Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 1RS.
  • 07512756045

About The Good Food Yogi

Yoga isn’t all about flexibility, it’s actually more about building your strength and, with strength comes a stronger core. A stronger core means less pressure and tension in your lower back which so many of us suffer from. It’s also about posture and alignment. How many of us spend more than 8 hours a day at our desks? Yoga opens us up and let’s us feel good about ourselves.

All styles of yoga are great but my classes tend to focus on postures from the Ashtanga series which develop strength, as well as flexibility. Traditionally, the series is strict but I keep to a set core of poses to improve upon each week and slowly introduce new poses each week for people to explore.

About The Good Food Yogi / Emma
Emma is passionate about yoga and the many benefits it can bring people. She believes that everyone, regardless of age or ability, can take something away from yoga for themselves.

All styles of yoga are great but Emma’s classes tend to focus on postures from the Ashtanga series which develop strength, as well as flexibility. Traditionally, the series is strict but Emma keeps to a set core of poses to improve upon each week and slowly introduces new poses each week for people to explore.

Emma was 6 months pregnant when she qualified as a Yoga Teacher and found the experience invaluable in learning about the modifications that are needed to achieve each and every pose of the Ashtanga Primary Series. This only further credited her belief that yoga really is for everyone….

Location Information

Online classes, 6 days a week / 7 classes - book online via the website
Library of classes available to watch anytime.

Physical classes:
Mondays, 9:30am Broughton and Bretton Community Centre, Broughton
Tuesdays, 10am New Brighton Community Centre, Mold
Thursdays, 9:45am St Mary's Without the Walls, Handbridge

Opening Times

Mondays, 9:30am Broughton and Bretton Community Centre, Broughton
Tuesdays, 10am New Brighton Community Centre, Mold
Thursdays, 9:45am St Mary's Without the Walls, Handbridge

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