Introduction to Yoga – Course Begins 10th September

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Ever wanted to try Yoga but thought you weren’t flexible enough?

Tried a Yoga class but couldn’t tell your Dandasana from your Tadasana?

Been going to Yoga for years but want to know more about Patanjali?

My ‘Introduction To Yoga’ course begins on September 10th and runs each Wednesday 6 -7 at Ryhall Village Hall.  Each week we will do physical and relaxing exercises to experience the benefits of yoga and see why it has been practiced by so many people over so long a period. We will cover the basic postures with plenty of personal guidance and attention to modify postures for your specific needs.

 

Yoga has many benefits and is suitable for all levels of fitness.  In this class, gentle posture work will increase gradually over the weeks developing students flexibility and joint mobility.  Over time muscles strengthen, lengthen and tone. The circulation improves and physical balance is brought about – all with gentle, moderate and regular practice. Each session ends with a guided relaxation practice and students generally find that by helping the body to relax it improves and enhances their sleep pattern, relieves stress and dissolves muscle tension that may have been built up over many years.

Breathing exercises form an essential part of yoga and we begin these from the first class. As part of each class we will learn about the history and philosophy of yoga this helps us to develop our minds as well as our physical body.  Each student will receive a handy file to keep the yoga notes given out each week that will build up to a useful reference.

Please book early as places are limited.

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