I am holding a new 6 week prenatal yoga course in Southsea for expectant mothers over 12 weeks. This prenatal yoga course combines movement and breath helping Mamas to relax and stay fit during pregnancy.
We will be covering awesome yoga postures for pregnancy, breathing techniques for pregnancy, relaxation techniques for pregnancy and safe workouts for pregnancy.
If you’re 12 weeks and over, this course will connect you to your baby bump in a safe and comfortable environment.
Location: Canoe Lake Pavilion
Dates: JUNE 25th, JULY 2nd, 9th, 16th (none 23rd) 30th, AUG 6th.
Prices: to make it flexible for all attendees
Full course £50
4 classes £35
Drop-in £10 per session
Contact me to book.
Starting 7th May, new post natal yoga classes for new mama’s!
A chilled post natal yoga class for Mums to safely get back into exercise post baby. Classes will cover pelvic floor strength, shoulder and back opening, leg stretches and reintroducing ab strength.
Post partum yoga classes will be at Canoe Lake Pavilion, Southsea on Tuesdays, 11am – 12 noon.
£10 drop in, £50 for block of 6
Post 6 weeks (vaginal birth) or 10 weeks (c-section). Pre-crawling babies welcome.
Postnatal yoga is a great way to relax the mind while exercising the post natal body safely.
Come and be restored, we will focus the mind, work the body and you’ll leave feeling refreshed and relaxed.
What are you grateful for?
At this time of year when we are focussed on self improvement and resolutions, I’m encouraging my students to look into what they are already great at. What in their wider lives and day to day are they thankful for?
A warming sequence for a cold winter evening.
It’s hard to stay motivated and keep going to the gym or practicing yoga when the evenings are dark and carbs are calling. Here are my top 5 tips for keeping healthy and happy moving into the Winter months.
As we move through the seasons into Autumn it’s a good time to cleanse and then restore the body through yoga, eating habits and lifestyle choices. I want to share a few tips with you, and hopefully you will find them easily accessible and achievable.
To me, a healthy body is synonymous with a healthy mind. Some people find their happy place through running, some find it baking (Val in GBBO anyone?!) and over the years, I have found it in my yoga practice.
Yoga has been a good friend to me. Like many other young females, anxiety can sometimes get the better of me, and yoga is my method of grounding myself. It’s a personal practice, without competition, without pretence, it’s just you, your mat and your body. This is what I love about yoga, You are the master of your mind, You are focussing your energy solely on your pranayama (breath) and drishti (gaze). You are listening to your body and focussing the mind.