Restorative Yoga in Hove with Claudia - Iyengar style trained
In restorative Yoga, we use chairs, bolsters, pillows, eye pillows, blocks, straps, blankets and other material to restore our physical body and mind. In those lessons, you hold postures for a long time supported by props. letting go of unnecessary "pushes" and "pulling" leads to letting go of tension.
Staying longer in the poses let's you ripe the benefits of the flow of communication and energy within your body, certain postures calm your mind and certain postures help you to focus better on your relaxed breathing. Often we end our sessions with a long yoga nidra practice.
You can learn how to do even more complicated postures, such as inversions safely and ripe all the benefits of the queen and the king of yoga (shoulderstand and headstand).
The sessions are 2 hours long and are followed by a tea.
Restorative Yoga is about restoring yourself to your natural, uncultivated state, who you are when you're not stressed or tense.
Yoga Nidra is a Yogic sleep, a very special practice, you can read more about here.
You'll experience Asana (postures) Pranayama (breathing techniques) and guided Meditations.
Restorative Yoga - The yoga for relaxation of mind
Restorative yoga is a beautiful way to compliment your yoga practice. It’s giving a little bit of yin to a yang life-style.
All our lives need to be restored at some point or the other and especially in the winter a restorative practice can be very beneficial. We often don’t get the sleep we need, our immune system is weaker etc. Restorative sessions can help you to relax body and mind.
Yoga for relaxation and stress management
I have studied restorative yoga in India, mainly in Bangalore under Yoga Praveena Arun HS, but also with many other Iyengar teachers, such as Ramon Clares from Madrid, my teacher trainer Karin O’Bannon in Rishikesh, India etc. Restorative Yin Yoga helps you manage your stress and is used to relax body and mind.
There are many different sequences and I will give a little mini sequence here for you to practice at home. You can do this after office hours or when you feel exhausted. It is really relaxation and stress management at its finest.
(watch the space)
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Yoga for a tired body - fatigue
Menstruation / Menopause
Sometimes when women have their menstruation, they don’t feel like doing a full yoga class and especially on the first couple of days, a little sequence like this may help them to feel at ease
Workshops are £25 per person.
Restorative Yoga is for everybody
Restorative Yoga using the Wall as a prop