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When I first found Gary’s class several years ago, I felt that it was the class I had been searching for but never found and I have stayed with him ever since. This is not just an exercise class. Gary brings to the class a spiritual quality that I love and he is a wealth of information about yoga itself. In the past I have found other yoga classes a bit slow and not very demanding, but in Gary’s class I am physically challenged yet mentally calmed. He and Zoë offer workshops sometimes, they are well worth going to. In short I would recommend Gary and Zoë’s classes to anyone, you will be welcomed and looked after.Lesley
I very much appreciate Gary’s detailed, well-timed and gentle instructions. The yoga leaves me feeling refreshed, energised and relaxed. I would highly recommend his classes.Caroline
Yoga has been a phenomenal benefit for me. For about 7 years I had been unable to run far or frequently, due to back pain caused by a ligament problem. Even when I didn’t run I felt back pain. After several weeks of attending yoga classes my back pain gradually reduced. Over several months I resumed running and have ran several half marathons in the last few years. Yoga has also been helpful for relaxing and reducing stress. I have attended classes with Zoë and with Gary. Both are highly professional, knowledgeable and friendly tutors. I am grateful for their commitment to yoga and their talent to teach to people, like me, who had little prior experience of yoga.Hannah
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placeSeek out a space where you can lie down without being disturbed. Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet on the ground. Rest your palms lightly over the centre of your chest.This feels lovely.Settle …Let yourself be cradled by the earth beneath you.Now, gently guide your attention to the centre of … Read More
what is prāṇāyāma?prāṇāyāma (regulation and mastery of the breath) is defined in the Yoga Sūtra of Patañjali, as interrupting the natural movement or flow of the breath by becoming deeply aware of it.Each day set aside some time to breathe with awareness.Sit comfortably with your spine tall, this may take a little effort to begin with.Gradually … Read More
b r e a t hBreathing is the essence of yoga. The breath has four phases or aspects.exhalationspace inhalationspaceTry this. Lie on your back, bend your knees, bring the soles of your feet to the ground. Have your feet comfortably close to your buttocks and about hip width apart. Bring the arms a little away from the … Read More