Yoga is one of the worlds most practiced spiritual disciplines, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practised for health and relaxation. Yoga can improve flexibility, improve strength, reduce pain and stress and increase overall body awareness.
The body needs the chance to reset, to flip the switch from fight-or-flight (sympathetic nervous system) to a love-and-light mode (parasympathetic nerves system). It is only in this latter state that we are able to heal and rejuvenate, mentally, physically and spiritually.
Yoga allows us to connect to ourselves in the present moment, feel the breath moving through us and experience the exquisite beauty in our one-ness with life. Making healthier choices becomes easier, and quitting the habits we battle with, happens organically and we begin to truly live.
Pranayama is the art of effective breath control. Practicing proper techniques of breathing can help bring more oxygen to the blood and brain, eventually helping control prana or the vital life energy. Pranayama also goes hand in hand with various yoga asanas. The union of these two yogic principles is considered as the highest form of purification and self-discipline, covering both mind and body. Pranayama techniques also prepare us for a deeper experience of meditation.
Christine’s Yoga classes, focus on letting go, healing and renewing energy. Guiding you through a varied sequences of Asanas (Yoga poses) and Viloma and Pranayama (breathing techniques). Yoga philosophy and meditation is evident in her teaching. Individually tailoring to students needs, always warm and encouraging.
Christine specialises in: Beginner’s Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Yoga for back pain, One to one Yoga, Children’s Yoga, Partner Yoga, Restorative Yoga and guided meditation.
Returning from living in Australia, Christine did her Yoga teacher training at the renowned Byron Bay Yoga Centre. She has been practising Yoga for over 15 years and has been teaching Yoga and running wellbeing retreats in the Australian Rain Forest, for the last three years.
Coming from a dance background Christine professionally performed worldwide and taught a multitude of dance workshops to adults and children. She studied; BA Arts Degree in Western Australia, focusing on Acting and Art therapy. All these skills combine a rounded yoga experience.
Millie is a fully qualified teacher, accredited with the internationally renowned Yoga Alliance. With a wealth of experience practicing yoga, and having studied deeply the foundations of yoga and its philosophy in India with the Ashiyana Yoga School, she now shares a thorough and authentic Hatha-Vinyasa practice.
Millie’s classes are gentle, and nurturing; suitable for all abilities and bodies. Whilst mainly centred upon a more restorative style of yoga, each week will vary, focusing on a different theme or point of exploration.
With a highly spiritual and mindful approach, all classes are guaranteed to leave you feeling grounded, balanced, and relaxed.
Hatha is the yoga of force, or energy, and merges the different practices of yoga; Pranayama (breathing exercises), Meditation, Cleansing Techniques, and Asana (posture). Alongside this, Millie’s musical and dance backgrounds have influenced a style of practice that is fluid, rhythmic, and thus may be viewed as a kind of moving meditation. Her classes encourage a connection with the body on a deeply intimate level, creating a gateway to intuitive and peaceful living.
|Monday||AM 10:30||Gentle Yoga with Christine|
|PM 6:00||Fusion Yoga with Christine|
|(last Friday of the month)||PM 7:30 (1.5hr)||Candelit Restorative Yoga with Christine|
|Sunday||PM 5:30||Yoga with Camilla
|Yoga classes – course of 6
Classes are small with a maximum of 6
|Candlelit Restorative Yoga. Special on a Friday.
Book early with on-line booking available.
|We offer one-to-one Yoga in our studio at times to suit you.