Hatha Yoga: Wednesday 10:30am, Thursday 6:30pm
Susanna teaches mainly Hatha Yoga with a focus on releasing tension and unconscious habits from the body and the mind so that muscles can relax and breath can flow.
She is also influenced by much study of the Alexander Technique, energy work and body psychology. Her classes are known for their gentle thoroughness and her sensitivity and sense of humour.
Drop ins are sometimes available but please contact first as her classes are very popular and usually fully booked.
£9 per class/£72 for 8 week block
Call: 07586 322214, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday morning Hatha Yoga 10.30am – 12pm.
As a trained Yoga Therapist, Eric’s classes are taught with the individual in mind. Each person is unique, with their own story that has shaped their body and mind as it is today, thus the postures
and other Yogic techniques are adapted to suit the individual.
Postures are introduced gradually, step by step, so that the practitioner can find comfort (Sukha) and steadiness (Sthira) in the body and breath at each stage. As we learn to pay attention to the
sensations in the body and breath, the mind is brought to the present moment and gradually it too becomes calm and steady.
Blending Western science and Eastern wisdom, this class uses postures, breathing techniques, sound, relaxation and meditation to bring optimum health to the body and mind.
This class is suitable for both beginners and those with more experience, and offers a slower paced, therapeutic approach to Yoga.
The class is run in blocks that coincide with school term times and can vary in length each term. One class per term can be carried over to the next term if missed.
Cost per class is £7 when booked in a block and £8.50 drop-in. Concession rates available.
Eric Wilkinson : Website
Call: 07984200290, e-mail: email@example.com
Ashtanga courses – Mondays, 5:45-7:00pm
Next course begins 19th March 2018
Fixed-term courses that provided a structured approach to learning this dynamic style of yoga that uses postures and movement with the breath (vinyasa) to develop flexibility, strength and a calm focused mind. The next course, Intro to Ashtanga, is ideal for those new to yoga/Ashtanga who would like to build their practice from the fundamentals.
Visit the Sheffield Ashtanga Yoga website to find out more and to sign up.
Vinyasa Yoga: Led-class – Wednesdays, 5.45-7pm
Ashtanga inspired led-class which will develop key themes from the Ashtanga practice such as core strength, hip flexibility, balance, shoulder openness and scapula stability whilst developing a focused and calm mind through the vinyasa system of synchronisation of breath with movement. Ideal for climbers, runners, and other active people who are looking for a yoga practice to complement their other sports.
Ashtanga Mysore-style – Wednesday 7:15-8:45pm
In Mysore-style classes, you can learn Ashtanga Yoga through the traditional method as it is taught in Mysore, India. You will be taught a sequence of postures which you practice at your own pace, in time with your own breath with support and guidance from the teacher and the motivation of practising in a group. Although based on the traditional Ashtanga sequence, modifications will be made to adapt the practice to individual need. Those with previous experience of Ashtanga (Mysore or led-classes) can start any time. Those new to Ashtanga should contact the Matt before signing up as there are once monthly start dates for new students.
£9 one-off / £30 for a 4 class pass / £50 for an 8 class pass
6+2 week course = £50
For more information on all classes and courses, and information on how to book your spot, please visit the Sheffield Ashtanga Yoga website www.sheffieldashtangayoga.co.uk.
Call: 07789840395, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dru Yoga: Thursday 8.00pm and Friday 10:00am
Kelly teaches a subtle style of yoga named Dru Yoga. All movements are made with awareness and are flowing, following the breath. Together with visualisations and empowering affirmations Dru Yoga provides an empowering experience for the body, mind and soul. Helping to reduce stress & anxiety whilst stretching and strengthening the body.
Classes always begin with a lively activation to prepare the body, moving into an Energy Block release sequence to help release latent energy. We explore classical HathaYoga postures and Dru flowing sequences, Mudras (Hand gestures) Relaxation & Meditation. Classes are suitable if you are new to yoga or have practiced previously. It is a fun & friendly class.
Class is £8 per session – Drop in available – Block booking £36 for 6 sessions (can be used Thurs/Fri)
Hatha Yoga: Tuesday 7:30pm, Friday 6:30pm
A beautiful mixture of yogic postures, breathing exercises, meditation and guided relaxation which is designed to bring about strength, calm, focus, clarity, confidence, flexibility, general health and well-being. Whether a complete beginner or more advanced in your practice you’ll feel right at home in our friendly and informal environment.
EVERYONE WELCOME! For further information visit Simon Barth yoga
1st class half price £3. Thereafter £6.
Call: 07920598060, email: email@example.com
Kids Yoga: Saturday 10:00am
Yoga Beings has been developed for children aged 4 to 11 years old. Through storytelling, play and fantasy your child will learn traditional yoga postures, sequences, breathing, relaxation and meditation techniques. Research has shown that teaching yoga to children has the following benefits:
- Improves emotional and social skills
- Increases ability to identify and locate body parts
- Improves co-ordination and balance
- Improves concentration and calmness
- Increases flexibility
- Improves general health.
Jo is a highly educated, competent and respected yoga teacher, she has been sharing yoga in the Sheffield community for over 10 years and has been teaching yoga to children for 9 years. To find out more and see some footage of children doing yoga click here or contact Jo below.
Call: 07816 540 261, or you can email Jo through her website.