Vinyasa Flow Yoga
Thursdays 8.00 - 9.15pm
Currently Via Zoom £7
Suitable for all levels, beginners welcome
The energy of Vinyasa Yoga with the tranquility of Pranayama and Meditation by candlelight.
The benefits of the physical Asana practice:
Strengthening, toning, increased bone density, increased range of movement, suppleness and ease of movement, healthier movement patterns, improved balance, helping maintain a healthy bodyweight.
The benefits of Pranayama and Relaxation:
Improving the quality of your breathing will have a positive influence on every cell of your body, increasing oxygen and nutrients throughout the body, improving overall health and well-being, enhancing organ and endocrine functioning, improved sleep quality and the ability to combat stress are among the many benefits.
Along with the spiritual aspect of yoga, classes are anatomically focused with special consideration to, mindfulness and safe alignment during asanas. This is especially suited to those recovering from, or susceptible to injury either due to hyper-mobility, or from sports or even yoga. Verbal cues and physical adjustments offer practitioners in depth knowledge in understanding how yoga works on a physiological and anatomical level, linking together the mind, body and breath.
Introduction to Yoga and Alignment
4-week Beginners Course
Book on now for the next course starting TBC
Would you like to try Yoga for the first time or, have you tried a class only to find yourself craning your neck to watch the teacher, not sure where your feet, hands or hips should be never mind whether you should be inhaling or exhaling? This 4-week course will benefit both complete beginners and those early on in their practice who would like to better understand alignment.
You will learn:
15th July - 12th August (Excludes 5th Aug Bank Holiday)
7pm - 8pm Twyford, St Thomas More Hall
Course Investment £36
More About Vinyasa Yoga
During the physical practice of asanas (yoga postures) the focus is on the breath while the body moves in harmony with the breath, so the practice becomes unique to the individuals own rhythm. The practice of asanas and pranayama (breathing technique) develops lean muscle, along with balanced strength and suppleness to allow greater range of movement in the joints, helping to prevent injuries and improve posture. This practice cultivates mindfulness of breathing, develops body awareness and control of the mind to induce calmness and tranquillity reducing everyday stresses. Yoga postures and pranayama improve the arterial, capillary, venous and lymphatic circulation throughout the body facilitating the removal of toxic and bacterial waste. Increased fresh blood flow provides efficient utilisation of energy while promoting well being and resistance to ill health. The Sanskrit word Vinyasa means breath synchronised movement.