yoga for over 50s

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Very few people retain their strength and vitality in later years. However, yoga can help to rejuvenate the body and revitalize the mind.

It provides elasticity to the spine, firms up the skin, removes tension from the body, strengthens the abdominal muscles, improves quality of muscle tone and corrects poor posture. It can act as a preventative measure for diseases such as osteoporosis and arthiritis, as well as having a positive influence on the circulatory, nervous and digestive systems. Yoga can also help when coping with changes in life circumstance such as children leaving home, retirement etc. This class is suitable for people in good health as well as those who have some minor health conditions. 

Ginny teaches with an emphasis on balancing mobility with strength, whilst focusing on the individual needs of each student. She aims for her classes to be varied, interesting and fun.

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LATEST NEWS

Pilates workshop, Saturday 21 January
Using small equipment - Emily Wilson will focus on using small equipment to assist in providing more variety to the experience and benefit of mat-work Pilates exercises. ... read more
Contemporary Dance Workshop, Sunday 22 January
Exploring free movement & improvisation - Hannah Pickett will play with free movement improvisations and group tasks to allow dancers to explore and develop their own material in a friendly and supportive environment. ... read more
Pregnancy Yoga - Tuesdays 5.30pm
Pregnancy yoga block booking and drop-ins every Tuesday evening! ... read more
Therapeutic Sound Bath, Sunday 22 January
Relax and come into balance with the healing power of sound with Catherine Hutchinson. ... read more
Community meditation meet up, Sunday 29 January
A safe space to bring your meditation practice to a friendly and supportive group hosted by Charlotte Watts & Felice Rhiannon. ... read more

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