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February, 2018
26 Mon 10am - 11:30am General Class
27 Tue 6pm - 7:30pm General Class
    7:45pm - 9:15pm Yoga Flow Class
28 Wed 10am - 11:30am General Class
March
1 Thu 6:15pm - 7:15pm Equilibrium
    7:45pm - 9:15pm General Class
3 Sat 9am - 10:30am General Class
5 Mon 10am - 11:30am General Class
6 Tue 6pm - 7:30pm General Class
    7:45pm - 9:15pm Yoga Flow Class
7 Wed 10am - 11:30am General Class
8 Thu 6:15pm - 7:15pm Equilibrium
    7:45pm - 9:15pm General Class
10 Sat 9am - 10:30am General Class
12 Mon 10am - 11:30am General Class
13 Tue 6pm - 7:30pm General Class
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Yoga Flow Class

Tuesday, 27 Feb 2018 7:45pm - 9:15pm

  • 8 spaces available.
  • Bookings end on February 27 at 6:45pm.

Flowing Yoga Class

Tuesdays 7.45 pm - 9.15 pm

This class is open to all levels of yoga student. It begins by spending the first few minutes working breath awareness practise helping to make an essential mind and body connection in order to focus more readily on the session ahead. The class moves on to ease out neck and shoulder tension and gently stretches out the lower body. After a warm-up routine, a general yoga class would move into a session of holding postures, whilst this flowing yoga class continues by creating a "flow" because of the smooth way that the poses run together, such as practising the cat routine, the earth centre routine, flowing strength routine, the moon salutations, the spirit salute, the sun salutations or another combination of movements. All of the warm up routines or routines in general, warm up muscles, improves circulation, oxygenates and feeds the body, strengthens the heart, lubricates the joints, and safely accustoms the body, in particular the spine, to stretching increasing general flexibility, physical suppleness and strength. In some rounds of a routine each movement or pose is synchronized to the correct breathing, acting as an anchor as you smoothly move from one pose to the next. Sometimes expect to move more vigorously, slower or even hold a posture for a few seconds as you move from pose to pose. However this lovely warm flowing yoga will make you feel energised and focused. Always practise with care. Routines may need to be modified for those with physical complaints such as backache. When you have mastered the basics try to make sure that you pay attention to details, so that each pose is performed as accurately as your body will allow. It is common, in the moving/flowing yoga practise, to become sloppy in one’s performance. You may like to think of your routine as a dance in tune with the flow of life, or flow of the Universe so ensure you move in and out of the postures of each section with love for your practise. Mindful practise is true yoga. Pranayama (yoga breathing exercises) are practised at the beginning of the class or towards the end. At the end of the class a well deserved relaxation (yoga nidra) is practised helping to increase mental alertness, encouraging a positive and peaceful frame of mind. Yoga emphasises a non-violent policy, so allowing a competitive attitude into your practise will force you into conflict with your body and keep you tense. Try to avoid competing with others, or with yourself