WHAT DO YOU OFFER?
Other than regular public group classes, YogaVix also offers:
- 1:1 sessions of Yoga / Personal Training / Thai Yoga Massage
- Corporate wellbeing sessions
- Workshops, Events and Retreats - organised on an adhoc basis. Keep your eyes peeled on the Offerings Section!
Get in touch to book in your 1:1 sessions.
WHERE WILL THE 1:1 SESSIONS BE HELD?
After initial consultation, the 1:1 sessions for Yoga, Personal Training or Thai Yoga Massage can be arranged to take place at a mutually agreed space - local to you or in West Bridgford, Nottingham; and it could even take place outdoors in the park (other than the Thai yoga massage of course! Which will take place either at your home or in West Bridgford, Nottingham)
WHAT YOGA DO YOU TEACH?
I offer various yoga styles of teachings, including:
- Hatha Yoga - the classical practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation. The pace is relatively gentle, slow and great for beginners or for those who prefer a more relaxed style where they hold poses longer.
- Vinyasa Flow Yoga - movement synchronized with breath and is a vigorous style based on a rapid flow through sun salutations. It is in continuous flow from one posture to the next, leaving you feeling all dreamy and energised.
- Nurturing/Restorative Yoga - this is a slower paced practice where poses may be held in between 3-5 minutes long. The purpose is to apply moderate stress to the connective tissue - the tendons, fascia and ligaments - with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. This is a great style for those with particular tightness, tensions and/or recovering from pains, injuries, exhaustion and stress.
- Dynamic/Power Yoga - a stronger and more vigorous vinyasa-style practice. This can be tailored, e.g. more arm balances, inversion focuses, backbend and balancing transitions. Suited to those who already have a regular practice but would like a more direct and workshop-approach to learning more challenging sequences.