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Hatha Yoga Evening 

This Hatha yoga class will typically include static asanas, pranayama, mudras and meditations to relax the mind and challenge the body. You will leave your class stronger, leaner, balanced and more relaxed. Open to all levels.

Day: Wednesdays
Time: 6.30pm – 7.30pm
Cost: Included in the monthly membership – £35
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Therapeutic Yoga 

Reduce pain, strengthen muscles, increase flexibility, reduce stiffness and improve joint mobility with a regular therapeutic yoga practice. This weekly yoga class focuses on addressing general aches and pains in backs, necks, shoulders, hips and knees whilst calming the mind and enhancing overall wellbeing.

Day: Thursdays
Time: 10.00am – 11.00am
Cost: Included in the monthly membership – £35
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Hatha Yoga Morning

Traditional Hatha yoga is a holistic path, which includes the practice of asanas, pranayama, kriyas, mudras and meditation. It follows the eight-limbed system as prescribed by the sage Patanjali in his Yoga Sutras. Honouring the age-old traditions of Hatha yoga, this class will typically include static asanas, pranayama, mudras, kriyas and meditations to relax the mind and challenge the body. You will leave your class stronger, leaner, balanced and more relaxed.

Day: Fridays
Time: 09.30am – 10.30am
Cost: Included in the monthly membership – £35
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Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal Yoga is a gentle form of yoga that helps to support you throughout your pregnancy. It is one of the best ways to exercise as you progress through your pregnancy, providing a gentle, safe, fun and supportive setting from 14 weeks through to the birth of your baby.

Pregnancy is a time of great transition when many physical and emotional changes take place. Yoga is a wonderful way of supporting and honouring these changes, helping a woman get in touch with herself and to connect to her baby at this very special time. 

Prenatal classes are a safe way to exercise. Yoga poses are adapted to accommodate changes in the body, which help to alleviate many common discomforts associated with pregnancy such as backache, tension, fatigue, swollen limbs, sciatica and heartburn.

Practising prenatal yoga helps to keep your body supple and toned. It strengthens the pelvic floor muscles, keeps your body flexible, and promotes a calm and peaceful state of mind. The practice helps you to be present in your changing body and allows you to bond with your baby. 

The breathing techniques learnt can help in finding focus and balance, create calm and relaxation to prepare for a healthy, mindful, more natural approach to birth. A prenatal yoga class is also a lovely way of meeting other mummies-to-be, sharing information and knowledge and making new, supportive friendships that can go far beyond birth.

Prenatal Yoga classes are open to any mummy-to-be. You do not need to be fit, strong or flexible to attend a prenatal yoga class. You do not need any prior experience of yoga, but it is best to rest in your first trimester, and then start coming to class regularly from your 14th week of pregnancy.

You will need a non-slip yoga mat, 2 cushions or pillows and a throw or blanket for relaxation.

Day: Tuesday
Time: 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm
Duration: 6 weeks
Cost: £54
Drop-in: £12

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