A free wellbeing session for men; to improve your joint mobility, muscle strength, overall balance, co-ordination, breathing, focus, concentration and mood. Each session will involve standing and sitting (although you can remain seated if that suits you), so have a chair handy. Each session will be concluded with a short minute guided relaxation.
Moving stretch is a form of somatic movement that can help you to move in an intuitive way, with a focus on slow, gentle repetitive movements. It can help to re-condition fascia (the tissue that gives us our shape), creating freedom to move better, feel lighter, taller and may lead to better posture.
Mobilising your joints and checking in with how your body is feeling. This is a full body movement practice, ideal to help you to feel energised and ready for the day ahead.
An early evening yoga session, moving your body in ways that feel nourishing to ease up after your day, whether that’s a day at work, of being active or sitting. It’s about connecting with yourself and being guided through a yoga practice, with plenty of options and spaces to stop and relax.
Moving the whole body whilst seated, we mobilise the joints and work on our strength and flexibility. We practice breath and relaxation techniques as well as co-ordination activities. This is a class suitable for those who can’t easily or don’t want to get up and down from the floor, a class packed with loving kindness for ourselves.
This class is for the early risers, starting with gentle movement, towards a sequence-based class and incorporating the 5 Tibetan Rites into the practice to wake you up and find your glow for the day ahead. Finishing with an intention setting meditation.
We have all heard of the benefits of regular meditation, a subtle but powerful practise. This 30-minute session will give you the opportunity to try some new, or re-visit different meditation tools and techniques. Although often a solitary practice for many, the chance to spend time with others in stillness and silence can be very valuable. You will be guided into each technique and then given time to practise. It might be that these sessions help you to find time for a more regular practise. You are welcome to sit/ lie down or even move around if that feels more comfortable for you.
Usually themed (you choose whether to work with the theme or have your own quiet time), Yin yoga (using principles from Chinese medicine such as meridian/ energy lines in the body) is where we find remain in positions for some time and yield to the experience.
An opportunity to give yourself time to deeply relax. Create a comfy nest or climb into bed, with nothing else to do but come home to your self.
An opportunity to work with breath, whether lying/ sitting or moving (your choice). Pranayama can be a healing practise, a way to calm or invigorate ourselves. Together we will explore and practise various breathing techniques. In each session you will be guided through different techniques and then given time to practise.