What is Yoga
Yoga is one of the most ancient forms of exercise and is now used in modern day teaching to combine the 5 main components of the Yoga concept:
Therapeutic Hatha Yoga ensures each individual works within their own physical limitations to maximise the benefit from each pose without causing injury or pain.
Who can do Yoga
Yoga is suitable for anyone and it is down to the expertise of the teacher to adapt poses to allow everyone to participate, although some people may benefit from 1-1 sessions rather than a group class. If you unsure then book your 1-1 session with Kim and she can guide you to the right type of Yoga for you.
How is it taught?
Kim is a Physiotherapist who has an expertise in musculoskeletal conditions and exercise therapy, she is able to use her clinical experience and medical background to make the classes or 1-1’s safe, effective, corrective and fun! Therapeutic Yoga is taught to improve both physical and mental wellbeing and enhance the lifestyle of each and every participant.
When are the classes?
Currently we have 2 classes running on a Monday evening 7.30pm – 8.30pm and 10.15am – 11.15am on Tuesday mornings with Kim Waters
A new beginners class will be starting Thursday 9th January 7pm – 8pm run by Suzie Fenn
How do I sign up?
The 1-1’s are an hour and cost £50 and the classes are an hour and £10 a class, you are asked to commit to a block of 6 classes after your first session to secure your place in the class, this is paid upfront at £60 or a block of 12 for £110. Please call reception on 02380653707 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org to make an enquiry or sign up.