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How do you want to practice yoga?

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Meaning yoke or union yoga is a set of practises bringing together body, breath, thought and feeling to put you more in touch with your inner purpose and lead a healthier, happier life

Why Practice Yoga?

  • Yoga calms you, reducing stress and anxiety to make you physically and mentally healthier
  • yoga releases tension, reducing fatigue, stiffness and pain
  • Yoga helps you know and accept yourself, helping you feel comfortable with where you are and focused on where you want to be

Why do you want to practice yoga?

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practice yoga naturally

One size does not fit all. Let go of conventional standards of "correct" and develop a yoga practice that's right for you

With a high level of feedback and individual attention we facilitate :

  • listening and working intelligently with the needs of your body, thoughts and feelings
  • discovering and directing your strengths to overcome your perceived limitations, both in your practice and your life in general

Develop an effective practice of your opwn

From total beginner to seasoned yogi, enjoy a safe and beneficial journey toward wellbeing and happiness


Practised for thousands of years, yoga was passed down orally before the 4th century CE when Patanjali wrote the classical text, enumerating eight steps to joy:

"Now yoga is explained: yoga is the restraining of the mental impressions. Then, the seer abides in her true nature.

  • 1 - Ehtical observances
  • 2 - ethical abstentions
  • 3 - posture
  • 4 - control of vital-force
  • 5 - introspection
  • 6 - focus with effort
  • 7 - flowing focus and
  • 8 - absorption

are the limbs of yoga." ( Patanjali )


Ha-tha yoga is Ashtanga with Tantra, an Indian thought-system with a strong emphasis on the body


Ha-tha practices concentrate on posture and breath-work with attention and can be thought of as embodied meditation

Ha-tha works through your body to bring harmony to all of you

Most popular yoga practices worldwide are ha-tha: Mysore, Iyengar, Sivananda, Satyananda, Asthanga-Vinyasa, Bikram . . . all are all schools of ha-tha yoga as expounded by their founding teachers



Mindfulness is an approach to quietening the mind for achieving inner peace, with roots in Eastern spiritual philosophies such as Hinduism and Buddhism, although there are paralells with Jewish and Christian contemplative traditions

Mindfulness means paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, with qualities like compassion, curiosity and acceptance

Being mindful helps free you from dwelling on painful memories and fears about the future and live in the present in a full and enjoyable way


Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Introduced in 1979 by Jon Kabat-Zinn from the University of Massachusetts this therapeutic approach is a very specific clinical discipline with roots in the ancient tradition of mindfulness

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy

Inspired by MBSR Zindel Segal and Mark Williams developed MBCT with the aim of treating Major Depressive Disorder

MBSR and MBCT have stimulated much clinical research into the benefits of meditation and helped popularize mindfulness in the West in and beyond the clinic


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