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Classic Yoga has roots in Iyengar and Hatha Yoga. It emphasises the link between mind, body and breath. These classes are taught by Louise Beglin, an experienced teacher who comes from an Iyengar background.

Louise has developed Classic Yoga through her own understanding and practice of the classical postures. The practice of Classic Yoga links mind, body and breath. It helps, on a physical level, to improve strength, flexibility and energy. It stimulates heart-lung function, and the digestive, nervous and endocrine systems.

Additional benefits include a deeper sense of awareness, better concentration, increased self-confidence and well-being and a calm and relaxed mind. It can also improve the general quality of life and the ability to live in the moment.

Classic Yoga (like all yoga classes) is not competitive and each student is encouraged to work towards his/her full potential. Demonstration, individual monitoring and advice are key features of Classic Yoga.

 

Upcoming Events

'Soften and release upright' De-stress yoga, Sat 24 Jun
Book now for Charlotte Watts next De-Stress Workshop, suitable for anyone needing to make space and time to breathe deeply, reconnect with their bodies and still their minds.. ... read more
Yoga and Mindfulness Afternoon, Sat 30 Jun
Join Lucy Deere for another nourishing afternoon of yoga and mindfulness meditation... ... read more
Butoh Dance workshop, Sun 1 Jul
Try Butoh - 'dance of transformation' with Mim King.  ... read more
Beyond the Basics: Iyengar Yoga Summer Workshop, Sat 7 Jul
Join Cathy Rogers Evans for Iyengar® yoga based workshop which will give you the opportunity to approach some of the lesser known yoga postures safely... ... read more
Fascial Fitness 2-day Introductory Course, Sat 21 & Sun 22 Jul
This course is an excellent opportunity for bodyworkers (yoga/Pilates/dance/other movement teachers) to deepen their knowledge of and understand the research behind training our connective tissue, or fascia, as well as offer practical exercises targeting specific types of fascia based on the latest scientific results.  ... read more

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