INTRODUCTION COURSES

HATHA YOGA

Our introduction to yoga course is the place to start if you are new to yoga or if you would like to revisit some of the foundational aspects of the practice.

 

Over the six weeks you'll be introduced to key philosophical and practical elements of the practice. You will learn how to safely do and modify common postures, feel more confident to join a class, understand the benefits of a consistent yoga practice and begin your own personal yoga journey.

Thursdays, 20:15 - 21:15

Starts 15th September for six weeks

Investment £66

with Tom Davies

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SUSPENDED PILATES

This course is perfect for people new to Pilates or Suspension Training.

 

Suspension training is a popular fitness innovation, adding different angles and novel challenge to engage and strengthen muscles with a focus on core stability. It relies exclusively on body weight and your relationship with gravity to create resistance.

It works brilliantly with Pilates as you can transfer some of the Pilates Reformer and Cadillac/Tower exercises to the suspension system.  This class blends Pilates Mat Work with Suspension Training to give you the best of both.

Thursdays, 18:00 - 18:45

Starts 15th September for six weeks

Investment £66

with Stuart McCabe

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ASHTANGA VINYASA YOGA

Ashtanga Vinyasa is a more physically demanding yoga practice, which builds your strength, stamina, and flexibility. It follows a set sequence of postures, the first and most usually practiced sequence is the Primary Series.

 

Learning the Ashtanga Primary sequence from Sun Salutations A and B, Standing Sequence, Seated Sequence through to Boat Pose and then into Closing Sequence this practise will build week on week to give you a solid foundation to explore the practice.

Mondays, 20:15 - 21:15

Starts 12th September for six weeks

Investment £66

with Hollie Cameron

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TAI CHI

Mainly practiced for its health benefits rather than a martial art, Tai Chi is a moving meditation that helps to improve balance, coordination, breathing and concentration. 

  

The practice originated in China as a way of moving back towards the suppleness of a child the older we get. It is the No.1 practice for reducing falls in older populations and Chi Kung along with yoga, is the oldest system of learning how to utilise the breath for better health. 

Fridays, 10:45 - 11:45

Starts 16th September for six weeks

Investment £66

with Gerald Carr

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