1-2-1 Yogatherapy

The science of yoga, mindfulness and  physiotherapy combined

Mindful Yin Yoga Course 

Less is the new more!

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Day : Tuesdays 2018

Time : 19.00-20.00

Venue : St Thomas Church Hall, Lymington

Invest : £7 per session in your health and wellbeing

What is mindful yin yoga?

It incorporates three key elements :-

Movement with a focus on body awareness. This enables the mind and body to connect.

The Yin Yoga postures help enhance a sense of calm, a place from where awareness can be more easily cultivated. The more dynanic yoga postures  will enhance strength, balance, coordination and flexibility, through a greater understanding as to how your body moves.

Mindful meditation, which can lead to greater clarity of thought, sense of purpose and stillness, both at the time, and in day to day existence.

Who it will benefit?

Those who are curious about how their body works.

Those who find it difficult putting their socks on in the morning.

Those who walk into a room, and can’t remember what they are looking for.

Those who have done yoga before and those who have not.

Those who play sport and those that may want to start.

Those who react rather than respond to stressful situations.

Those who find their quality of sleep poor.

Those with general or more specific aches and pains.

Those with a mismatch in their work life balance.

What benefits might you expect to gain by the end of the course?

To have developed a habit of exercise specific to you.

To be more aware of what parts of your body you need to continue to work with

To be more flexible, stronger, better coordinated and have a greater sense of balance, both physically and mentally.

To feel greater sense of health and wellbeing

To feel more in tune with how you are feeling both physically and mentally.

To have a greater sense of resilience in stressful situations.

So are you up for some mindful challenges ?

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St Thomas Church Hall, Lymington

st Thomas church lymington