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Timetables

Studio Timetable
Winter 2018

Monday



1800 - 1900 (2)
Yoga
Tracey
1915 - 2045 (3)
Yoga
Tracey
Tuesday 0930 - 1030 (2)
Yoga
Tracey
1100 - 1145 (1)
Pilates
Tracey
1330 - 1430 (4)
Gentle Yoga Nidra
Claire
1800 - 1845 (4)
Meditation
Virginia
1800 - 1900 (1)
Yoga
Tracey
1915 - 2015 (2)
Yoga
Tracey
Wednesday 0930 - 1030 (1)
Tai Chi
Sue
1100 - 1200 (2)
Yoga
Tracey

1700 - 1800 (1)
Yin Yoga
Tracey
1815 - 1915 (1)
Beginners Yoga
Glynis

Thursday 0930 - 1045 (2)
Hatha Flow
Claire
1100 - 1145 (1)
Pilates
Tracey
1200 - 1245 (1)
Beginners Pilates
Tracey
1330 - 1500 (1)
Being Well
Sally
1800 - 1915 (2-3)
Ashtanga Yoga
Deborah
1930 - 2030 (2)
Vinyasa Yoga
Tracey
Friday 0930 - 1030 (2)
Yoga
Tracey
1100 - 1200 (1)
Beginners Yoga
Glynis


1830 - 1930
Private Booking
Tracey

Guidance for Classes

1 - Suitable for all
2 - Some physical challenges
3 - Stronger class
4 - Relaxing class
Booking is essential for all classes please
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Winter 2018 Timetable

 Tracey Yoga

A variety of classes taught with a happy playfulness and zest for life. Drawing on her years of experience and passion for teaching yoga. The beginners classes will welcome those new to this ancient art and together we will learn.

Else classes will be a mixture of hatha sunshine and vinyasa flow.

AshtangaYoga

Ashtanga yoga is a style of yoga codified and made popular by K. Pattabhi Jois during the 20th century which is often promoted as a modern-day form of classical Indian yoga. Ashtanga means eight limbs, or branches, of which asana or physical yoga posture is merely one branch, breath or pranayama is another.

Both Pattabhi Jois and Sharath Jois, his grandson, encourage practice of all eight limbs of Ashtanga Yoga. The first two limbs (Yamas and Niyamas) are given special emphasis to be practiced in conjunction with the 3rd and 4th limbs (Asana and Pranayama).

Hatha Flow

A hatha flow yoga class with plenty of options and variations to accommodate different levels of ability. In this flowing class we will consciously link the breath and body to calm the mind and strengthen the body.

The class will close with a relaxation practice.

Vinyasa Flow

'Vinyasa' means 'placing with awareness'. A class that is more challenging and faster flowing pace, synchronizing the breath and movement as you flow through the postures.

These classes bring together different styles of yoga and the practice of inversions. Expect to build strength and flexibility and leave feeling energized.

Pilates

A core based class working with posture, alignment and small muscle health to promote a healthy centre to support the spine.

Gentle Movement & Yoga Nidra

A very gentle yoga style aimed at relaxation through movement and meditation, these weekly classes will help calm the body, mind and nervous system through gentle movements to soften tension; followed by a deeply relaxing, guided meditation, also known as yoga nidra or ‘yogic’ sleep.

Yoga nidra helps bring the body into a therapeutic state of relaxation and deep rest; having many benefits including helping to reduce stress, anxiety and mild depression, improving energy levels helping to alleviate tiredness and even physical aches and pains due to its effect on the parasympathetic nervous system.

This is a restorative class for anyone seeking to improve their all-round well-being by learning how to fully relax.

Mindful Movement & Meditation

Brand new group classes where we can learn to meditate together and find those moments of calmness and peace. Suitable for all.

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time. For beginners, this may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more.

Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body (the tendons, fascia, and ligaments) with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A more meditative approach to yoga, yin aims at cultivating a deeper sense if relaxation and calmness.

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