Yoga

Yoga has been helping people transform their bodies and minds for centuries.  Our classes are designed to work with the body to relieve stress, providing a sense of calm and overall wellbeing and can also help you build a stronger & more flexible body.

Yoga has traditionally been taught one-to-one, from teacher to student, for centuries. It is a truly special way to connect to yourself and your practice.

Whether you’re a total beginner seeking a more intimate setting to learn, are dealing with an injury or specific issue, or are an experienced yogi wanting to take your practice to the next level – private yoga sessions can be transformational. Sessions can be done in the comfort of your own home, or another agreed venue like the lovely studio Wellbeing @ProPhysiotherapy.

Class times
The class times are
Saturday 10.15am – 11.30pm Rebecca
Thursday 7.00pm – 8.15pm Sharon
Prices
Drop in 75 minutes £13.00
6 Classes 75 minutes / per class £70.00
1:1 Yoga Sessions 75 minutes / per session £60.00
If you buy a 6 class package – it has to be used within 8 weeks.
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Yoga has been helping people transform their bodies and minds for centuries.  Our classes are designed to work with the body to relieve stress, providing a sense of calm and overall wellbeing and can also help you build a stronger& more flexible body. Join our fully qualified, highly trained yoga teachers and let them guide you through the ancient art of yoga. If you’re looking for a way to release tension from your body & mind, our classes are for you!

 

What can I expect from Rebecca’s Yoga class?

Rebecca’s Power Vinyasa Flow classes are an energising, strong all-level flow guided by the breath. Based on Ashtanga yoga, Power Flow is a structured practice that links movement to the breath to create a ‘moving meditation’ that leaves you feeling stronger, more flexible and with a quieter mind. Whilst Rebecca has a calming and relaxing voice and energy, do not be fooled – the classes are strong and dynamic, but always fun! More important than the physical pose, the focus is on connecting to the breath and modifications are offered; you are encouraged to tune into your body to create deeper self-awareness and be guided by the best teacher – yourself. The 75 mins might also include pranayama (breath work) and/or a short meditation.

This in an all-level class and different options are always offered, but this style is best suited to those with some experience as the pace is faster than a complete beginners class. If you are interested in Power Flow but are completely new to yoga then put your name on the list for a potential new Beginners Power Flow class (yay!), or contact Rebecca for some 1-to-1 sessions to get you started with this fun, energising and grounding practice.

 


What can I expect from Sharon’s Yoga class?

With both Iyengar and Scaravelli influences in her practice and a particular interest in anatomy, Sharon doesn’t teach one particular style of yoga, preferring to encourage students to experience and explore movement and postures through the release of tension and the use of the breath. Sharon teaches her students to listen to their bodies and take their yoga practice into their day to day life: the way they walk, sit, stand, move, to improve habitual patterns of movement and encourage balance and alignment through the body.

Classes are accessible to all ages, abilities and experience, and will encourage students to challenge themselves physically and mentally.

 


What can I expect from Laura J’s Yoga class?

Laura J teaches Vinyasa Flow yoga. This is a dynamic class with focus on building strength and flexibility in the body whilst using the breath to initiate the movements.

Working on opening the body and creating alignment, classes end with a cool down and a well deserved relaxation to work not only on an open body but also on an open mind.

This is a perfect class if you want to improve your performance in sport or if you want to strengthen after recovering from a sports injury..

All parts of the class can be adapted to suit your level of experience. Expect a smile, warm encouragement and a sense of humour!

For private sessions, email: laurajyoga@gmail.com or call 07531 287 713

 

The Experts…

Rebecca Enderby

Rebecca has been practising yoga for 12 years but connected to it on another level when living in India for research in 2011, where she practiced Ashtanga and developed a steady self-practice. She loves the feeling of gaining strength as well as flexibility, and challenging her preconceived ideas about what her body can and can’t do and how this shows up off the mat.

She trained at The Power Yoga Company in London in 2015 and has since been teaching in London and Bristol. She loves to challenge students to help build confidence and awareness in the body, and uses the breath as an anchor to help still the mind, creating space for building inner awareness.

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Sharon Carter

Born in Brazil to English parents, Sharon has lived in London for 27 years. She discovered yoga in 1997 and has been teaching since 2002.

With both Iyengar and Scaravelli influences in her practice and a particular interest in anatomy, Sharon doesn’t teach one particular style of yoga, preferring to encourage students to experience and explore movement and postures through the release of tension and the use of the breath.

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Laura Vanderbiest

1:1 or 1:2 Private Yoga Classes

Laura has had an extensive career in acting, dance and performing arts. She has trained in movement studies in her Drama School training. In between acting work, she has been a practitioner in yoga for many years.

Having trained at Yoga London and giving a wide range of different styles and influences of yoga, Laura also teaches private one-to-one sessions for power yoga, Vinyasa flow, restorative yoga or Hatha. Sessions are personalised and you will receive your own unique sequence to support your home practice. It doesn’t matter how bendy you are or stiff, Laura can adapt sequences to meet your body type. All levels are welcome.

Laura J is fully certified as a yoga teacher and has full insurance cover.

While her own experience of a serious hereditary back condition, a spondylolisthesis, has had a positive influence on her as a teacher. Deepening her technical ability to teach and driving her desire to help students find the practice that will benefit them the best.

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