Leave the worries of the world behind!
Regretfully, the Yoga tutor had to cancel all Yoga sessions for the foreseeable future due to family reasons.
Monday 9.30 – 10.45 am, Severin Hall. Please bring your own mat.
Please not that currently Yoga classes are full. The convener (find details in the Bulletin) will communicate with contacts on the wait list when a place becomes available. If interested, please add your name to the wait list (at reception).
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, numbers will be strictly limited. Please contact the convener to book. Yoga classes are full. Please fill in your details on the wait list in reception and the convener will contact you when a place becomes available.
In a busy life, prioritising time devoted to oneself is precious indeed. In U3A Gentle Yoga we do just this: we focus inwardly, becoming really aware of how we are right now. As we develop our practice, we learn there are many layers of awareness.
We take time out – 1¼ hours – to focus on the breath itself, and its connection with the state of the body, mind and emotions. Developing this skill of awareness also gradually affects our lives outside the yoga room.
Students in the group are varied. Some have already practised yoga or other forms of body/mind disciplines for a long time while others are absolute beginners. It does not matter what previous experience a student has because we create an atmosphere of acceptance. We have some quiet time and some laughter; the work we do can be adapted for everybody.
Yoga is an ancient tradition; the benefits of its practices are now also supported by modern investigations.
In our class we focus on breathing practices; we limber and stretch; we strengthen and balance; we perform simple sequences that are meditative; we relax in stillness at the end of every class … and hopefully we feel lighter, freer and refreshed after our class is over.
For tutor/convener contact details see the time table in the current Bulletin.