Creating practice is about doing it. It’s obvious but a short regular practice outweighs an irregular big hit … having said that some is better than none!
If you’ve not done yoga before, contact Yvonne for a free taster
For the end July and August, the Morning Dailies and Early Bird Yoga are changing to Morning Yoga:
A time to get together to connect, practice and pause: 45 minute yoga practices accessible and open to everyone although some experience is useful. If you haven’t practiced before, please contact me and we can talk about the practice
Practices are breath led and explore stability, flexibility and inner strength. Each class ends with space for a breathing practice and stillness
You can come to one morning or all three. We work with the same practice which allows you to develop a relationship with movement and stillness to reveal the subtlety and depth of sustained practice.
Booking: please try to book at least 12 hours before a class. This can be done online or you can email me. Less than 12 hours before a class – send me a text and I will let you know if there is a space (07954 416194)
(Payment by card or BACs)
Some testimonials from the Morning Dailies (MDs) – for full stories visit testimonials
Starting the day with yoga really energises me physically and mentally as I go on into my working day. I’m thankful for the attention Yvonne gives to the questions we ask and the challenges we’ve highlighted and appreciate the way she works with this in the next session – the following day – adjusting her instructions to assist us or modifying (and sometimes extending) postures to support usSian – MD Convert!
What a blessing the Morning Dailies have been – providing Yoga instruction to a group of up to 8 of us, every weekday morning at 9.00am (or 7.30 if other things get in the way). In these weird times they have provided a structure to each day and they have provided support from others – laughs and tears. Even more than this, each practice has grown and developed during each week and I have found the cumulative effect really beneficial. I can now touch my toes. My neck is less knotted up. I can manage Cobra without my back pinching. And I am finally beginning to understand the necessity of breathing practice. I know I am much healthier, both physically and mentally because of themAnn
… doing the yoga practice has been satisfying. I find myself gardening, bending right down and being aware of being able to do so, thinking I wouldn’t have found this so easy if I hadn’t been doing yoga so regularlyKC