Type of Yoga
I would like to take up yoga but what type of yoga is for me?
To help answer your question have a look at the yoga classes that Stephanie teaches below.
Do get in touch if you would like to offer these within your gym, yoga studio or workplace. Private yoga classes can also be booked and Stephanie will tailor these classes to you.
The traditional effort balanced yoga practiced in the west. A great class to start as a beginner to learn the postures and breathing. A beneficial continuous daily practice for those more experienced yogis combining flexibility with strength, a balanced physical practice yoking mind, body and breath. You will leave the class feeling balanced in mind and body. Class can be combined as Yoga and Meditation, Yoga for Sport and Yoga for the work place.
Also known as Yoga Flow. In Vinyasa yoga you will flow from one posture to the next. Opposites meet in a fluid practice of strength and flexibility, movement and stillness. Stephanie creates balanced flows with her Sports Massage knowledge so that you leave the studio feeling in tune with mind, body and breath and with the added benefit of relaxation Great practice to boost energy levels and improve fitness. You will be guided into flow allowing time to feel the space between the movements, breath and stillness.
Yin Yoga uses adapted versions of traditional Yoga Postures to target specific connective tissues, fascia as well as Meridians-the energy pathways of the body, that correspond to certain organs of the body. Therefore Yin Yoga is thought to work not just the physical level but the energetic level too. The use of holding the postures working within the stillness, using the breath as we soften and start to go deeper, the practice is a beautiful way of going inwards and listening, listening to what comes up and inviting the sense of moving through what we find, creating space and balance in mind,and body.
Yoga & Relaxation (Yoga Nidra)
Yoga Nidra is a wonderful restful meditation technique inducing complete physical,emotional and mental relaxation. It is taking time to connect to yourself that you realise the deep seated tensions that Yoga Nidra helps to release with continous practice. Yoga Nidra can complement your regular yoga practice and fitness regime improving wellbeing. Class consists of restorative postures before settling down into deep guided relaxation.