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6 week beginners Acro Yoga course with Tom & Christina
Acroyoga is a physical practice which combines yoga, acrobatics and Thai massage. It is a great way to connect with other people, and challenge yourself in a new way. Six week beginners Acro Yoga course every Friday from 6.30-8.00pm. Beginning on Friday 31st May.
Practising since 2013, Kajal recently acquired her teacher training qualification in Kerala, India. Kajal embraces a simple practice, often blending Hatha and Ashtanga postural styles.
Kaja lives and works between the UK and India, often collaborating with women and young people to encourage personal transformation and healing through visual art and storytelling projects. Having experienced the benefits of a regular practice herself, Kajal encourages yoga, art and aspects of ayurveda to promote mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. She regularly shares tips and advice through her instagram social media account.
The Space to Breathe Collective has a permanent home!
Opens 1st July
A new yoga space operated by the collective. We are a group of people who’s ethos is to operate the studio not to create a financial profit but for a studio to create benefit for everybody involved.
Full schedule coming soon which includes teachers, Charlotte Walsh, Tom Bodsworth, Sarah Carter, Geoff O’Meara, Bhavesh Ramji and Ryan James.
There is plenty of on-street parking and parking costs £2 for 2 hours Monday - Saturday and is free after 6 pm.
The regular practice of yoga has been claimed to provide both spiritual and physical benefits in medieval hatha yoga texts. More recently, studies have provided evidence that yoga improves flexibility, strength, and balance; to reduce stress and conditions related to it; and specifically to alleviate some diseases such as asthma and diabetes.
Yoga Therapy for Anxiety & Stress: Create Your Calm
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“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity”
―John Muir, Our National Parks
Taking time for yourself, each week, while you need to, and bringing whatever you want to bring, can open up the space to think and reflect on where you are, how you got here, and where you want to be.
Working with children (8 and over), young people and adults.