Yoga is for everyone, no matter ability, flexibility, age or gender.
So whether your a practiced yogi or a first timer, come along.
Yoga for all.
My background and journey in yoga..... I've been practicing yoga for 20 years, alongside many other sporting activities such as running and hiking (and now stand up paddleboarding!). It's important to get the balance right, mentally and physically and yoga enables this to happen. I believe anybody can practice yoga, no matter age, ability, flexibility or gender. It's really not about touching your toes!
As a student of the Inner Yoga school I have completed 3 years training (500 hours), am registered with Yoga Alliance UK, Independent Yoga Network and REPS. I am DBS checked and welcome Duke of Edinburgh Award students. My yoga classes are innovative, enjoyable and extremely beneficial to body and mind.
What does Inner Yoga mean..... Inner Yoga is movement from the core of our being. The body has the intelligence to know how it needs to move. The classical yoga postures, the asanas, originally developed from this intelligence. The structure developed for the asanas is known as Hatha yoga. Inner yoga takes these classical asanas, together with the philosophy of yoga and its spiritual aspects, and teaches them in a way that can transform the body, mind and emotions, touching the heart of our being.
‘The practice of yoga is the commitment to become established in the state of freedom.’ Patanjali 1:13 (Translation – Alastair Shearer)
The Inner Yoga Trust has followed the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli for the last 15 years with our teachers Diane Long and Sophy Hoare. Vanda Scaravelli was inspired to move and change the Western posture in a way that brought us more into an awareness of the spine and its connection to the limbs.
Love and Light Tina
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