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Hatha Yoga is a calming, gentle and supportive form of yoga which increases mind-body awareness. Hatha is the most widespread type of yoga and aims to strengthen the body and relax the mind in a gentle and calming manner.

These classes increase mind-body awareness and are flowing and meditative with attention to alignment. The content of each class differs from week to week so that you can enjoy variety. Classes may include breath work (pranayama) and meditation, and end with a period of relaxation. The feel of the sessions is meditative so that you leave feeling calm and relaxed, as well as stretched.

dynamic hatha yoga

A more dynamic form of the classic hatha class, combining traditional postures in a more fluid, moving series. These classes will tend to build up more of a sweat, as you move with the breath from posture to posture through transitions. Open to all levels, but a reasonable level of fitness is advised. Fridays 10-11.30am with Emma Cservenka.

The 'introduction to pranyama' course featured in our brochure is no longer taking place.

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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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