ONLINE ZOOM CLASSES
YIN YOGA - Wednesdays 7pm
75 mins, pay between £5/£10
Private online classes (Yin, Pregnancy or Postnatal)
£20 for 1hr or £30 for 90 minutes
IN PERSON (following government guidelines)
Yin, Pregnancy or Postnatal Yoga Classes.
Private classes -
£30 for 45mins, £40 for 1hr or £50 for 90 minutes (this is the total cost for 1 or 2 people).
Each class is put together to suit individuals needs (this can be discussed prior to the class) and can be added onto any treatment.
A slower paced style of movement and relaxation. Expect seated and lying poses held for longer periods of time to encourage you to melt and release. Yin Yoga is a deeply nourishing, revitalising and restful practice that brings your awareness through the tissues of your body releasing tension layer by layer. Becoming well versed in Yin Yoga is like being able to apply a deep tissue massage to your body with your mind (highly recommended to add a massage straight after the class for a deeper release of tension within the muscles of the body).
Yoga has many benefits whilst being pregnant and also for labour and birth.
Regular practice can help release tension in achy muscles, increase energy levels, improve sleep, posture, help manage anxiety and pre-natal depression and is also a great opportunity to meet other mums-to-be in the community.
A class will include postures to suit individual needs, breathing and pelvic floor exercises, positive affirmations and deep relaxation (yoga nidra).
Suitable from 14 weeks to full term.
Practicing yoga together gives mums and babies a special bonding time, moving, breathing and relaxing together in a safe supportive environment.
These classes will give you a chance to reconnect with your bodies not only physically by improving core strength; help rebuild a weakened pelvic floor; relieve aches and pains; strengthen and tone muscles; but also mentally and emotionally by aiding good sleep; reduce stress levels; help minimise postnatal depression and great for bonding with your baby.
Suitable from 6 weeks after a vaginal birth, or 8 weeks after a c-section
(it is a good idea to check with your doctor to get the all clear first before beginning to exercise and to check if you may have Diastasis Recti (separated tummy muscles).