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Come and practice Yin Yoga in my beautifully designed studio.

Yin yoga is a practice that is quite different to other styles of yoga you may come across. It is a completely floor-based practice where you use bolsters, bricks and blankets to help you stay in a pose for a while (about 3-5 mins). By remaining still, we can release muscular effort and work deep into the body’s connective tissues. From the outside some of the poses may look similar to those you have seen in other styles of yoga; however it is the approach that is so different. In Yin we are not trying to go as deep as we can in a pose – that would be quite challenging to hold for any length of time – but we are learning to let go and release into our bodies.

It is also an extremely meditative practice. I know when I first started practicing, I found it so challenging. To be still in my body for even a minute felt like an hour, my monkey mind was working overtime – it didn’t like not processing ‘stuff’! I was fidgety and always adjusting myself, could never find the comfort within my own body. However, over time my monkey mind has settled down, my body relishes the stillness and I find a peace within me which I love. It is a practice that starts on the mat, but the mindfulness easily transfers into your day to day activities. I also see this magic happening with others that practice Yin, I see that constant movement over time become stillness and acceptance. If you are someone who is really active, works out regularly or stressed then you may find Yin a wonderful way to find a balance in your lives.

If you would like to try Yin yoga then why not come along to my Thursday evening classes?  The classes take place in a beautiful private studio which has been thoughtfully designed to be a sanctuary of tranquillity, with soft lighting, calming music, and cosy props to support you in each pose.  You will feel nurtured and supported as you let go of tension and stress, melting into a state of pure relaxation.  

With a limited class size of six, whether you are a beginner or an experienced yogi, you will receive individual guidance, ensuring that your practice is safe, effective, and tailored to your unique needs. 

What do you need to bring/wear?

What to Wear

As Yin is completely floor based I would recommend wearing something really comfortable like jogging bottoms or leggings.  We also don’t move a lot in Yin, so it is a good idea to wear layers, including a lovely comfy jumper to keep you warm.  I also suggest some cosy socks when the weather is cooler.

What to bring

The only thing you need to bring is a bottle of water and a blanket.  You can use the blanket as an additional prop for some of the poses as well as covering yourself in savasana at the end of practice.

Mats, bolsters, bricks, straps and eye pillows are all provided.  You are welcome to bring your own if  you wish.

What is the process for booking?

Yin yoga classes are held in a beautiful intimate studio which holds a maximum of 6 students, therefore you do need to book your place by 3.15pm on the day of the class to ensure that there is space available for you.

Before your first class please complete the New Student Registration Form.  When I have received this I will set you up on my booking system (Bookyway) and send you information on how to use the system (it’s really easy) and how to purchase credits.

Upon receipt of payment I will add credits to your account so that you can book yourself onto classes.

Going forwards you just top up your credits by sending me payment by direct bank transfer.

Where are the Classes and how much are they?

Private Yoga Studio

Andover Road, Near Park Road, Winchester, Hants
As this class is held in a private studio, the full address will be provided upon booking your first class.

Every Thursday

6.15pm – 7.15pm

£8 Per Class – pre booking essential

There is free parking available

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It would be lovely to see you in class, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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