Timetable

Jul
23
Tue
Hatha Yoga – Slough Seniors @ Slough Seniors
Jul 23 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Hatha Yoga - Slough Seniors @ Slough Seniors

Yoga sessions take place every week Tuesdays 11am to 12noon at Brook house, Chalvey. It involves gentle movements, chair poses, meditation and laughter yoga. It is suitable for everybody who would like to improve their health and wellbeing.

For more information about the Slough Seniors Group, visit their website www.sloughseniors.co.uk

Postnatal Yoga (Babies welcome) @ St Agnes Church Hall
Jul 23 @ 1:15 pm – 2:45 pm

Booking essential £60 for 4  classes (drop-in £15 if space is available):

Congratulations on the birth of your baby!

Suitable from 6 weeks post birth, after your 6 week check up.

Babies are very welcome at this class.

In our post-natal yoga class we include:

  • Gentle yoga based movements to help your recovery post-birth.
  • Pelvic Floor and abdominal awareness to help strengthen and tone these muscles.
  • Simple breathing techniques to help relieve stress and anxiety which help nurture you and your baby.
  • Relaxation to help with sleep deprivation.
  • Baby Massage Techniques.
  • Opportunity to connect with other local moms and babies.

Jul
24
Wed
Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth (Term time only) @ Yoga for Harmony
Jul 24 @ 11:45 am – 1:30 pm
Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth (Term time only) @ Yoga for Harmony | England | United Kingdom

Booking essential £120 for 8 class pass or £96 for 6 class pass (one off trial class £18 if space is available):

Congratulations on your pregnancy!

In my pregnancy yoga class you will benefit from the following:

  • Flowing movements that help to build strength and flexibility.
  • Simple breathing techniques to help relieve stress and anxiety.
  • Explore movements and sounds that can be used during labour and birth.
  • Relaxation techniques.
  • Opportunity to connect with other pregnant women.
  • Discussions about Pregnancy and Birth.

I truly believe that Yoga helped me to enjoy my pregnancy and birth experience.

You are welcome to join the class from 14 weeks of pregnancy to birth.

I have been teaching yoga since 2002 and I have specialized in Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth with YogaBirth. YogaBirth is the only perinatal yoga training in the UK to be run over 18 months, comprising a 300 hour course. The yoga which is rooted in the body’s own intelligence and is influenced by the work of Vanda Scaravelli, is the ideal yoga for pregnant women: gentle yet powerful, constantly working with the breath and with gravity, with natural movement and attention to the structure and state of the body.

I look forward to passing on my knowledge to you.

To reserve your place, select a date and ticket type form the Ticket box below.

Jul
25
Thu
Hatha Yoga (Restorative) for mixed abilities and beginners @ Yoga for Harmony
Jul 25 @ 7:45 pm – 9:15 pm
Hatha Yoga (Restorative) for mixed abilities and beginners @ Yoga for Harmony | England | United Kingdom

Drop-in £10:

Mixed abilities and beginners:

As this is a late evening class, our focus will be on releasing tension, breathing practise and relaxation. The perfect way to destress after a busy week.

The Yoga practise 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 can facilitate change and can enable you to experience a peaceful space within, thus resulting in a less stressed body/mind, good health and improved posture.

My classes are suitable for all, from beginner to the more experienced student, to those recovering from injury.

Jul
26
Fri
Yoga for Beginners selected Fridays only @ Yoga for Harmony
Jul 26 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Yoga for Beginners selected Fridays only @ Yoga for Harmony | England | United Kingdom

Drop-in £10:

Course Term Dates

11th Jan – 15 Feb (6 week block = £50)
1st March – 5th April (6 week block= £50)
7th June – 26th July (8 week block= £66)
6th Sept – 25th Oct (8 week block = £66)
1st Nov – 20th Dec (8 week block = £66)

How to book: Click the tickets button, this will take you to my booking system.  You’ll need to scroll to the first day of the course you wish to book, click on the class and book from there.

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 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 cover 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.

Hatha Yoga @ Yoga for Harmony
Jul 26 @ 6:45 pm – 8:15 pm
Hatha Yoga @ Yoga for Harmony

Drop-in £12, or £80 for 8 classes to be used in 3 months:

Suitable for all:

This style of Yoga is a non-competitive form of Hatha Yoga; it facilitates deep releases on all levels (physical, emotional, energetic and spiritual) and is accessible to anyone of any age, shape or size.

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.

Om Shanti

Jul
27
Sat
Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth @ Yoga for Harmony
Jul 27 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth @ Yoga for Harmony | England | United Kingdom

Booking essential £120 for 8 class pass or £96 for 6 class pass (trial class £18 if space is available):

Congratulations on your pregnancy!

In my pregnancy yoga class you will benefit from the following:

  • Flowing movements that help to build strength and flexibility.
  • Simple breathing techniques to help relieve stress and anxiety.
  • Explore movements and sounds that can be used during labour and birth.
  • Relaxation techniques.
  • Opportunity to connect with other pregnant women.
  • Discussions about Pregnancy and Birth.

I truly believe that Yoga helped me to enjoy my pregnancy and birth experience.

You are welcome to join the class from 14 weeks of pregnancy to birth.

From 1pm to 1:30pm we have an informal chat, with a snack and cup of tea, to share experiences and find a sense of community, support one another and make new friends.

We will have guests come in from time to time, to discuss all things related to pregnancy, birth and beyond.

Once a month – independent midwife – Jo Ward will join us for a Q & A session from 1pm for half an hour.

Jo Ward from RiversideMidwives has been working in and around the area and it’s hospitals for nearly two decades.
Jo will Join us between 1pm and 1:30pm on the following dates:
13th October 2018
10th November 2018
8th December 2018

I have been teaching yoga since 2002 and specialized in Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth with YogaBirth. YogaBirth is the only perinatal yoga training in the UK to be run over 18 months, comprising a 300 hour course. The yoga which is rooted in the body’s own intelligence and is influenced by the work of Vanda Scaravelli, is the ideal yoga for pregnant women: gentle yet powerful, constantly working with the breath and with gravity, with natural movement and attention to the structure and state of the body.

I look forward to passing on my knowledge to you.

To reserve your place, select a date and ticket type form the Ticket box below.

Jul
30
Tue
Hatha Yoga – Slough Seniors @ Slough Seniors
Jul 30 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Hatha Yoga - Slough Seniors @ Slough Seniors

Yoga sessions take place every week Tuesdays 11am to 12noon at Brook house, Chalvey. It involves gentle movements, chair poses, meditation and laughter yoga. It is suitable for everybody who would like to improve their health and wellbeing.

For more information about the Slough Seniors Group, visit their website www.sloughseniors.co.uk

Postnatal Yoga (Babies welcome) @ St Agnes Church Hall
Jul 30 @ 1:15 pm – 2:45 pm

Booking essential £60 for 4  classes (drop-in £15 if space is available):

Congratulations on the birth of your baby!

Suitable from 6 weeks post birth, after your 6 week check up.

Babies are very welcome at this class.

In our post-natal yoga class we include:

  • Gentle yoga based movements to help your recovery post-birth.
  • Pelvic Floor and abdominal awareness to help strengthen and tone these muscles.
  • Simple breathing techniques to help relieve stress and anxiety which help nurture you and your baby.
  • Relaxation to help with sleep deprivation.
  • Baby Massage Techniques.
  • Opportunity to connect with other local moms and babies.

Jul
31
Wed
Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth (Term time only) @ Yoga for Harmony
Jul 31 @ 11:45 am – 1:30 pm
Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth (Term time only) @ Yoga for Harmony | England | United Kingdom

Booking essential £120 for 8 class pass or £96 for 6 class pass (one off trial class £18 if space is available):

Congratulations on your pregnancy!

In my pregnancy yoga class you will benefit from the following:

  • Flowing movements that help to build strength and flexibility.
  • Simple breathing techniques to help relieve stress and anxiety.
  • Explore movements and sounds that can be used during labour and birth.
  • Relaxation techniques.
  • Opportunity to connect with other pregnant women.
  • Discussions about Pregnancy and Birth.

I truly believe that Yoga helped me to enjoy my pregnancy and birth experience.

You are welcome to join the class from 14 weeks of pregnancy to birth.

I have been teaching yoga since 2002 and I have specialized in Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth with YogaBirth. YogaBirth is the only perinatal yoga training in the UK to be run over 18 months, comprising a 300 hour course. The yoga which is rooted in the body’s own intelligence and is influenced by the work of Vanda Scaravelli, is the ideal yoga for pregnant women: gentle yet powerful, constantly working with the breath and with gravity, with natural movement and attention to the structure and state of the body.

I look forward to passing on my knowledge to you.

To reserve your place, select a date and ticket type form the Ticket box below.