Hatha Yoga Beginners Course with Caroline on selected Fridays only

Hatha Yoga Beginners Course with Caroline on selected Fridays only

Posted by Caroline
on 01/12/2016
19/05/2017 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Yoga for Harmony
143 Arthur Road
Windsor, West Berkshire SL4 1RU
£10 drop-in or £45 for 5 weeks or £54 for 6 weeks pre-booked
Caroline Brindle (Chatterton)
07801 031549
Hatha Yoga Beginners Course with Caroline on selected Fridays only @ Yoga for Harmony | Windsor | United Kingdom

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Pre-book £45 for the five week course:

Starts 10th Nov finishes 15th Dec (5 week course)

Drop-in £10:

Drop in dates:
20th Oct, 27th Oct, 10th Nov, 24th Nov, 1st Dec, 8th Dec, 15th Dec

No Class:
3rd Nov, 17th Nov, 22nd Dec, 29th Dec

The beginners Course has been introduced at the studio for those students who prefer to attend a course in order to gain confidence before attending our other weekly drop-in classes.

A series of five or six classes aimed at those with very little, or no previous yoga experience, and for those who find joining an existing class a little daunting. We will be covering aspects of Hatha Yoga including posture practise (asana), breathing techniques and relaxation.

Everybody is welcome.

What we aim to accomplish in the beginners Course

Breath awareness

To become aware of your breathing, eventually allowing the breath to become smooth, lengthen and deepen.

Body awareness

Soften, not to end gain or be competitive with yourself or anyone else. Work mindfully with sensitivity
Become aware of how the spine responds to the breath.
Importance of the ground – Yield to ground

Introduce some basic postures and limbering

This style of Yoga is a non-competitive form of Hatha Yoga; it facilitates deep releases on all levels and is accessible to everyone of any age.

The practice is primarily interested in freeing the breath and spine together with a sense of grounding or yielding to the earth. Focussing on the breath together with an attentive, inquisitive mind allows you to be kind to yourself and listen to your body’s needs, allowing you to become your own teacher. It is an individual and unique approach for each person, which means ‘one posture fits all’ is not the case, each one of us is different, so we need to work differently to allow space and freedom to be found.

This approach facilitates change and enables you to experience a peaceful space within, thus resulting in a less stressed body/mind, good health and improved posture.

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