This yoga workshop is ideal for complete beginners and anyone who’s just getting into yoga and wants to understand more about benefits, the importance of the breath and key yoga poses.
We’ll explore key poses, like downward facing dog (and what that actually is!), to give you the confidence and knowledge to attend yoga classes going forward.
For those with some knowledge of yoga, we aim to give you more understanding of the poses and help with alignment.
You don’t need to touch your toes!!
What we’ll cover
This hour and half workshop will explore the following:
- Key yoga poses including standing and seated poses
- Alignment and technique - some key guidelines
- A brief look at sun salutations
- The importance of breath with yoga
- Relaxation at the end of class
The session will be in a workshop style and questions are welcomed throughout the workshop.
This class is suitable for ANYONE. Should you have any questions beforehand, please feel free to get in touch with any questions.
After the workshop, a healthy and delicious breakfast/ brunch, along with tea and coffee will be provided downstairs, giving time to have a chat with your new yogi friends. All food provided is plant based/vegan, gluten free and refined sugar free. Nut-free options will also be available.
Mats, blocks and straps will be provided but feel free to bring your own.
Loose clothing or gym wear is suitable for this session. Layers or a jumper, or even a blanket for the end of the class is also handy. Generally, yoga is done wearing no socks but if you’d prefer to wear them, please do.
These sessions are limited to 12 people to allow individual attention throughout the class. Please book ahead online to avoid disappointment as sessions book up fast.
If you do need to eat before the workshop try to do so at least 2 hours before. Stay hydrated and feel free to bring a bottle of water at the end of the class.
This workshop takes place upstairs at the Glynne Arms. Parking is available in the car park and also on the street.