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Yoga, originally from the Sanskrit word ‘yuj’, literally means ‘to yoke’, i.e. to join, bind or integrate, can be traced back 5000 years, to India. Yoga was brought across to the Western world in the late 1800s and early 1900s where it started attracting attention and followers. It and has been used ever since as a means of creating balance of the mind, body and spirit, by practicing physical asanas (poses) while also cultivating breath and awareness of the present moment. In the busy and increasingly stressful world in which we live, Yoga is providing relief for an ever-increasing number of people.

There are many forms of yoga including hatha, Iyengar, vinyasa, hot yoga, and ashtanga.

Lynsey, our Yoga instructor, has a wealth of experience, knowledge and passion for Yoga, after being introduced to the practice in Siena, Italy in 1997. Lynsey’s aim is to offer a range of classes, that allow each and every client to connect to their mind as well as their body, and leave each class feeling stronger, both physically and emotionally.

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Vinyasa or flow Yoga.

Vinyasa means linking movement with breath, using breath to flow from one pose to the next.
There are many different approaches to Vinyasa flow which means the level, pace, intensity and sequences will vary from class to class.
Practicing mindful, dynamic movement with some focus on anatomy and alignment will allow the student to develop a deeper awareness and physical understanding of his/her body. This mindful practice can help to strengthen and awaken the body as well as encourage a deeper sense of connection and awareness to ones body, mind and soul.

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