What happens in a class?
We begin with a short introduction and period of quiet to allow our minds and breath to settle while we prepare for our practice. In yoga, we call this centreing.
We then warm up for 5 – 10 minutes depending on what we are going to be doing in the class.
It’s then time for the asana (postures) which will vary each week and take 40 – 50 minutes. Each posture will be demonstrated and then you will be guided through the steps with options to adapt the posture to suit your body, mind and breath. If you are not sure, just give me a wave and I’ll come and help.
Then we settle down for some breathing practice or pranayama (a breath and energy).
We finish with a meditation or relaxation and occasionally both! This is your chance to lie back and recharge your batteries – once you have experienced a good relaxation you will never look back. It brings stillness to your body, breath, mind and emotions. The whole class lasts approximately an hour and a half.
What type of yoga do you teach?
I teach Hatha yoga but there are lots of different styles of yoga to try – each with their own merit. There are also lots of yoga-inspired classes that have varying degrees of connection with actual yoga!
My classes focus on you finding your own yoga journey by increasing your awareness of your body, mind,
breath, energy and your emotions.
…my other passion (obsession) is decluttering and organising. I thrive on helping people create a more simple life and using yogic concepts to help them to prioritise what is really important and how to let go of objects that no longer serve them. If you need someone to motivate you and enable you to move on from whatever is holding you back then I’m your girl. It is all done with kindness and compassion and a whole heap of enthusiasm – you won’t believe how much you’ll enjoy the process.
Email: 7.00am - 10.00pm, seven days a week