Practise yoga to

  • increase mobility in the joints and muscles
  • improve strength
  • relieve stress
  • increase mind-body awareness
  • develop the co-ordination of muscles
  • be deeply relaxed

Hatha Yoga: Hatha means the physical aspect to yoga, so any type of yoga class where postures are taught can be said to be Hatha yoga. However, it has come to be associated with a more gentle type of yoga that is appropriate to people of all ages and abilities.

The classes provide a first step on the ladder to health and fitness, in a friendly, supportive and non-competitive environment. You can use them to compliment an existing exercise routine by promoting flexibility and balance, helping to prevent injury.

They are designed to help with stress or anxiety problems, and the relaxation techniques can be used in everyday life.

Hatha Yoga is beneficial on a number of levels and promotes life-long health and well-being.

Everyone is welcome. All ages (18+ or 16+ if attending with a parent), shapes and sizes.

Your instructor is Jane Rennie who is a qualified teacher with The British Wheel of Yoga, which is the largest yoga organisation in the UK. It is recognised by The Sports Council as the National Governing Body for Yoga and is a highly regarded teaching qualification. www.bwy.org.uk/

I have been practising yoga for 17 years and teaching classes for 10 years. The classes are fairly gentle and relaxed. My aim is to introduce breathing techniques, exercise the full range of muscles and to help students to achieve a calm, still mind.

Jane