BODY SOUL YOGA - Beginners Yoga - Bespoke Individual Classes and Private 1-2-1 Beginners Yoga in Surrey
Beginners Yoga in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. If you are an absolute yoga beginner we recommend some one-to-one, private yoga classes before you join a yoga group class. We want you to feel confident that you are moving and breathing correctly and that your practice is safe.
Beginners yoga can be tailored to your specific needs and ability.
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Beginners Yoga With Faye Koe
Yoga For Beginners in Walton on Thames Surrey.
Join Faye Koe for this exciting opportunity to begin your yoga journey in a safe and friendly environment. Please join us on Monday lunchtimes 1pm till 2pm; or take a few private yoga lessons first. These private, bespoke yoga classes are designed to give you the essential skills you need to take part in any yoga class and feel confident.
Each week will have a different key emphasis. Some examples of what we have been doing include: Breathing Awareness; Sun and Star Salutations; Standing Postures; Balances; Hip Openers; Forward Bends; Backward Bends; Pranayama Breathing Techniques; Seated Postures, Twists; Inversions; Advanced Posture Challenges; Bringing it all together...
We will guide you through the foundation poses; you will feel the correct alignment of a pose and understand the benefits of the poses. We will also teach you how to breathe, so that you can soften into postures and feel calm. You can also enjoy a relaxation, with our Yoga Nidra sleep, at the end of the class.
You will start to feel re-energized, more open in the spine and chest, and lighter, longer, fitter, stronger and leaner...
If you are a beginner we recommend a few one to one private yoga sessions to get you started, and before you join our flowing classes. After just a few of these intimate sessions all of our classes are open to you, subject to availability.
Our beginners introductory private sessions are perfect for people new to yoga, and as you will have our full attention, you can ask questions and focus on your specific needs, aims and requirements. You can also get to know your teacher, and feel confident in your postures, in anticipation of starting a group class.
Do not fight your body. Do not carry the world on our shoulders like Atlas. Drop that heavy load of unnecessary baggage and you will feel better.
Do not kill the instinct of the body for the glory of the pose. Do not look at your body like a stranger, but adopt a friendly approach toward it. Watch it, listen to it, observe its needs, its requests, and even have fun.
Play with it as children do, sometimes it becomes very alert and swift. To be sensitive is to be alive.
-Swami Karmananda Saraswati