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A-Yoga Class

These are the perfect classes for beginners and intermediate students whom want to learn the basic postures and fundamental aspects of Hatha Yoga. During my classes you shall gain the knowledge you need to begin your yoga journey. You will learn the basic terminology, and then over time develop the strength, mindfulness, inner peace, relaxation and flexibility necessary for yoga.

I provide extra attention to detail and hands-on assistance if required that will help you find ease, confidence, and comfort in your practice.

A-Yoga class will prepare you for a spiritual and rewarding practice, and they are open to men and women of all ages and levels of fitness. 
I look forward to welcoming you. 

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  • Hutton Rudby Village Hall
  • Hutton Rudby Village Hall
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Hutton Rudby Village Hall

A-Yoga Morning Session : 9.30 to 11.00 am 

All welcome - mixed ability, suitable for beginners.

New Course Dates:

Monday 9th March to 20th April 2020

£42.00 for the 6 week course


To book Tel:07973 311361.


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East Rounton Village Hall

A-Yoga Evening Session: 6.00 pm to 7.00 pm

All welcome - mixed ability, suitable for beginners

Next Course Dates:

Monday 9th March to 20th April 2020

£39.00 for the 6 week course 

To book Tel: 07973311361 or e-mail

5 The Square, East Rounton, Northallerton DL6 2LB

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Marton Methodist Church Hall

A-Yoga Evening Session: 6.00 to 7.30pm 

All Welcome - mixed ability suitable for beginners.

Next Course Dates:

Wednesday 18th March to 22nd April 2020

£42.00 for the 6 week course 

To book Tel: 07973311361 or e-mail

Marton Methodist Church Hall, The Grove, Marton Middlesbrough. TS7 8AB

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Stokesley Methodist Church

A-Yoga Evening Session: 6.45 pm to 8.00 pm

All welcome- mixed ability suitable for beginners.

Next Course Dates:

Thursday 19th March to 23rd April 2020

£7.00 Pay as you Go

To book Tel: 07973311361 or e-mail

Stokesley Methodist Church, High Street Stokesley. TS9 5AD

A Yoga Class Information

Throughout the course of the classes we will practice Hatha yoga, meditation and relaxation. Listening to your body and focusing on your breath is the most important responsibility you have during each class. It is advisable to eat a light snack before class, a banana is good, avoid eating a heavy meal.
Wear comfortable clothing, shall practice in bare feet.

Please try to arrive on time for class, give yourself the gift of being able to calm yourself before we start. Remember to turn off your mobile phone.

Bring along a yoga mat, blanket, block and socks for relaxation.
Enjoy A-Yoga practice, be kind and gentle to yourself, yoga isn’t competitive, it's about you, allow time and space and it will come naturally.

What is Yoga?

The word "yoga" comes from the Sanskrit root "yuj", which means "to unite" the spirit and physical body together. Yoga has evolved over thousands of years to embrace a wide range of styles and disciplines. Many people who are not familiar with yoga think of it as a means of contorting the body into strange shapes and positions. Moving into positions is only one aspect , another very important part of yoga is the way it can free the mind from confusion, de-stress and restore a sense of calm and peace.

Hatha Yoga

The word “Hatha” means “wilful and forceful”. It is a system of physical exercises and breathing control that is used in yoga.

Traditional Hatha yoga is a holistic path that includes discipline, physical postures (asana), purification procedures, breathing (pranayama), and meditation, it is also recognised as a gentle introductory yoga for people new to the practice. There are many styles of Hatha yoga from gentle to the physically challenging. Working with the physical body is often a preparation for mental and spiritual practices.

Hatha yoga teaches us to use the body as the bow, asana as the arrow and the soul as the target.

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Working with the breath during yoga practice is often called Pranayama. The word is composed of two Sanskrit words, Prana, life force or vital energy (particularly in relation to the breath) and ‘ayama’ to suspend or restrain. When used in yoga, it is often translated as ‘breath control. There are many different ways of working with the breath and you will be guided through some of these in your class. Although breathing is a natural bodily function regulated by our physical need for oxygen, our moods and emotional state can affect the breath. Breathing in a conscious and controlled manner allows us to relax, to control our emotions and to help develop awareness of body breath and mind. Our breath is our connection to life and when this connection is unrestricted and strong we are stronger mentally and physically.

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True relaxation is experienced by the body and mind when little or no energy is consumed. It is Nature’s way of recharging. Since every action, conscious or unconscious, uses stored energy, relaxation is necessary for good health and peace of mind. Without relaxation the body and mind become overworked and inefficient. Complete mental and physical relaxation come only with an inner tuning to a higher source. As long as we identify with this body and mind, tuning to the divine source brings the realisation that all happiness comes from within. Yoga gives the techniques for this inner tuning, enabling us to break down the boundaries that separate us from each other, and from our own Inner Selves.

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Yoga, like life, can be linked to a game with levels of increasing subtlety for the more experienced player. Most people are introduced to yoga through its physical benefits and the accompanying peace of mind. The state of mind induced by Yoga can often lead us on to developing the mind and the spirit through meditation. Mediation Is a state of deep peace that occurs when the mind is calm and silent. Meditation means ‘to become familiar with, and is a way of exploring the inner self. It is the simple exercise to familiarise oneself with the qualities of mindfulness. It is the perfect way of providing the optimum conditions for training the mind to become peaceful, clearer and calmer. It is also a very powerful tool for healing the mind body and spirit.

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Yoga postures (asana’s) are physical movements practised with awareness in conjunction with breathing. They develop the strength and flexibility of muscles and joints in the whole body. Asana differ from other forms of exercise in that they are specifically designed to improve the functioning of glands internal organs and the nervous system, they help to remove muscular tension and are especially useful in countering the negative effects of stress. Asana Practice allows a balance between strength and stability. This combined with breath techniques, improves concentration and self-awareness which results in increased mental and physical resilience.


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