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soul yoga

 

Combining traditional yoga with our own accredited techniques, These sessions can explore many aspects of yoga philosophy, postural alignment,  breathwork techniques and meditation and are guided by your personal practice.

All Sessions are currently 1:1 bespoke.  Please contact us for further details and pre initial consultation booking.

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namaste HATHA YOGA

A grounding and well-rounded practice incorporating Pranayama, meditation,chanting, and yoga asana.

 

Namaste DEEP RELEASE YOGA

A gentle practice focused on parasympathetic activation and relaxation. Props, essential oils, crystal bowls and (optional) physical adjustments are incorporated into a therapeutic sequence.

 

namaste WELL WOMAN DESTRESS FLOW YOGA

Whether you are a menstruating woman, on a journey of fertility – seeking to conceive, recovering in the post-natal period (with or without a baby), transitioning through the peri-menopause and menopause, or have long since stopped menstruating, this practice will welcome you home. Asana, mantra, mudra, nidra, chanting, meditation and pranayama (breathwork) are woven together in an ever-evolving flow. We will also explore the transformative power of the wisdom goddesses of yoga.

 

namaste MENOPAUSE YOGA 

Yoga for menopause offers guidance far beyond just physical yoga. It can also offer psychological and emotional support for symptoms that arise during menopause. Research shows that one of the triggers for increased menopause symptoms is stress, this can be both internal and external stress factors. Yoga is proven to reduce stress levels, bring us into the calming parasympathetic nervous system, and balance the hormones.

 

namaste pranayama YOGA 

Pranayama breathing is one of the excellent yoga exercises to increase concentration and sharpen memory. Its meditative approach of focusing on breathing in different styles and patterns conditions the mind to live in the present moment. It also increases mindfulness. The goal of pranayama is to strengthen the connection between your body and mind. Pranayama can promote relaxation and mindfulness. It is also proven to support multiple aspects of physical health, including lung function, blood pressure, and brain function.

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