Chair Yoga … starting Monday 12th July

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Do you want to exercise, but have difficulties with your balance, your knees, or maybe you are recovering from an injury? Why not try Gentle Chair Yoga? Gentle Chair Yoga is an exercise class that uses a chair as a prop to support the body.  It is for those wanting to experience the health benefits […]

Use Yoga to raise awareness of PTSD

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I have been studying Trauma Sensitive Yoga over the past year for people with PTSD and complex trauma, so it is a subject close to my heart. All my yoga classes have elements of trauma sensitive teaching, whether you realise it or not! 22 push-ups in 22 days I have set myself ‘the 22 push-ups in 22 […]

Back to School Yoga

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Autumn is here; the kids are back to school and its time to start a new yoga class! Classes with Laura at Penn Yoga offer the ideal opportunity to spend some much deserved time on yourself, now your lovely little (or big) ones have gone back to school. The Autumn term is the ideal time for […]

Summer Yoga

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Summer Yoga can be great; however, lovely summer days offer challenges to our yoga practice. Question: Who wants to be inside doing yoga when we can be outside soaking up the sun? Answer:  Do yoga outside. The sun shining down as you ease from one pose to another, the gentle sound of the sea, the fragrance of summer […]

Yoga for Athletes Derby

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New Yoga for Athletes class beginning Thursday, 14th January,  7.30-8.30pm Do you play rugby, football or hockey? Do you run, cycle or hit the gym on a regular basis? This class is designed for you.  Fit and sporty people sometimes push too hard when training or competing, sometimes leading to injury. Open to ladies and gents – […]

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Take Care of Yourself

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Advanced does not mean being more flexible: it is about listening to your body and making intelligent choices about your yoga practice One of the five yamas in yoga is called Ahimsa, which means non-violence. This can be translated as taking care of yourself and not pushing your body too far, too fast: both on and […]

 
 

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