Hatha/Hatha Fusion Yoga

This form of traditional yoga allows deep stretches to release stress and tension in the body while using your breath to calm the body and mind. Looking to get fitter, stronger, improve your mobility...

Hatha yoga

Postures are practised to align, strengthen and promote flexibility in the body and calm the mind. Breathing techniques are also integrated. You can expect an emphasis on simplicity, repetition, and ease of movement. A full range of motion is practised with standing postures, twists, backbends, forward folds, hip openers and balances.

Soulful Saturdays - Hatha Fusion 9am - 10am:
Looking to get fitter, stronger, improve your mobility, whilst learning how to relax and calm? Yoga is a fabulous mind body workout - it's for EVERYONE - you don't have to be flexible! ALL LEVELS Hatha class - drawing on the various styles of yoga I teach and enjoy practising, there will be a different theme or focus each week.

BENEFITS

  • Strengthens and tones muscles
  • Increases flexibility and balance
  • Release stress and tension
  • Increases mental focus and clarity
  • Relax body and mind
  • Increases energy levels and better quality sleep

Timetable

Teachers

Emily Weathers

Emily Weathers

Emily travelled to India, the birth place of Yoga, to train and which was the most beautiful and challenging experience. It taught her an inner calm when faced with adversity and to accept that strength is balanced with a softness that is sometimes labelled as failure in the Western world.

Let yoga be your union, your acceptance that all experiences and people are unique and different and allow it to help you accept this about you, the individual you, without judgement or comparison to others.

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Katy Szarko

Katy Szarko

Katy’s yoga journey started in 2002 as an apprehensive beginner attending a class with a friend. It wasn’t long before she experienced the benefits of practise first hand. She noticed her overall physical and mental wellbeing improve - improved balance, her migraines became less frequent, her Raynaud’s disappeared completely and she could (nearly) touch her toes!

She wanted to learn more about this practice that had the power to transform, and so started a Foundation course with the three year training course with British Wheel of Yoga and hasn’t looked back since. She trained as a children's yoga teacher at Calm for Kids with Christiane Kerr in 2012 and completed her Aerial Yoga training with Chakra Aerial Yoga in 2015.

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Keri Gray

Keri Gray

Taking a sabbatical from the city in 2003 I traveled to Grass Valley, Nevada City via San Francisco and completed my 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training. Immersed in an ashram environment. Studying and practicing Sivananda yoga and meditation in its many aspects, including Bhakti, Karma, Raja, Kundalini, as well as the more recognized Hatha yoga. I have taught in all kinds of locations around the world - from beaches in Goa, beautiful Turkish Gulet boats in the Mediterranean, to law firms in the city and dusty old village halls in deepest darkest Dorset! I have attended additional Vinyasa and Yin workshops with a number of leading teachers including Katy Appleton, Sarah Powers and Duncan Wong.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. IS THIS CLASS FOR ME?

Yoga is suitable for everyone and for every body type. It will suit those who prefer a more gentle challenge to stretch and tone the body, while releasing stress and tension. Classes typically start with gently warming up the body, a set of asanas (postures) which can be tailored to varying challenging levels to strengthen and stretch muscles. And finally finishing with a relaxation to bring ease and calm to body and mind with a connection back to yourself.

Q. WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?

Bring a water bottle and your own mat if you prefer, or you can hire a studio mat for £1.

Q. WHAT TIME SHOULD I ARRIVE?

Please arrive 15 minutes before class so you have time to get ready and allow a prompt start.

Q. WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

Cotton clothing is more suitable then stretchy synthetic fabrics, but wear what you feel most comfortable in that will allow your body to move and stretch freely. There are changing cubicles at the studio for before and after class.

Q. WHEN SHOULD I EAT?

Try not to eat a heavy meal at least two hours before class, but a light snack is fine if you need.

Q. HOW DO I GET TO THE CLASS?

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