are perfect for those who want to discover what their minds and bodies truly need. looks and feels different to the individual. These
Our focuses on (pranayama) to encourage of . We’ll learn how to and gentle focused on improving mobility and building . The pace is slow to help us cultivate a feeling of being aware of the present moment in a kind and non-judgemental way.
You would love a class where you feel like you don’t have to keep up with the other students and teachers.
You don’t want to learn handstands or headstands but soothing and functional movements instead.
Yoga isn’t just about the movement, you want to learn how to apply the teachings to your everyday life.
You want to learn in a calm environment where you can also have a giggle.
You’d like to be part of a class an inclusive class with all shapes, sizes and ages.
Most know as a physical through (asana) but here we also incorporate traditional exercises to increase lung capacity and calm the nervous system. It’s physically impossible to be stressed and deeply breathe at the same time.
The world heritage site is one of the most scenic places to walk, canal boat and paddle over. Over the spring and summer, I help to raise money for the River & Canal Trust by hosting beginner outdoor sessions in Trevor along the Llangollen canal. In 2021, we raised £200.
This historic site is famous for housing the ladies of Llangollen and boasts beautiful grounds and views of Castle Dinas Bran. Join me around the Gorsedd stone circle for a restful yoga sesion surrounded by the great outdoors.
One of our popular is guided walking and days within the Dee Valley. Combining scenic and gentle inclines with a fun and relaxing . Working alongside local , Velvet Hills – Sarah is a fan of the slow ways too.
As part of your own welness retreat, a holiday, hen-do or any other special occasions then private sessions are available. For example, Penvale Lodges are a popular location for large groups and have adequate floor for up to 10 mats. Classes can be tailor made to include the likes of guided meditations and partner work and are suitable for all levels including those with an injury.
, , and – there’s always something triggering. The aim is to give you a safe and quiet to take a step back, gently rest and learn new skills which will help lead to a calmer .
Please dress according to the weather but make sure you wear something which is comfortable, easy to move in and has layers you can take off and/ or add.
Please bring a mat and yoga blocks (or a cushion) and water.
Yes, I can take private bookings for groups of up to 10. I can supply mats and other equipment but would prefer you supplied your own. I am able to organise a venue if needed but I’ll need to be given two weel’s notice.
This is a number one concern but most find that people are too busy going about their daily lives to notice what others are doing. We’re usually tucked away under a tree and away from large groups of people.
It’s important to remember that just like anything, yoga needs to be practiced often to get the best out of your physical and mental health. It’s easy to improve the likes of strength and stamina fairly quickly but a consistent yoga practice can also maintain your emotional wellbeing such as grief, pain, confidence which often has a big impact on your physical wellbeing!
I offer seasonal retreats so please have a look on my retreat page to see what I have planned.