Adult Group Yoga Classes Cornwall
Vinyasa Yoga for Strength and Mobility
Tuesdays 6-7.15pm in 6 week terms, Porthtowan Village Hall
Term 1: 8th Jan – 12th Feb
Term 2: 26th Feb – 2nd April
£39 for 5 classes in one term, £70 for 10 classes – must be used within the 12 weeks, ending 2nd April. Missed classes are not transferrable between the terms but you have 6 weeks, in which to use 5 classes, when booking a term.
£9 Drop-In, if space on the night. Only £7 for extra classes if you have already paid for a term.
These classes are a fun but focussed, flowing combination of traditional Vinyasa style sequences, plus functional movement and conditioning, that builds strength, as well as flexibility. A ‘Level 2’ class, meaning they’re not designed for complete beginners, and although the intention is optimal functionality over fancy poses, there is always an element of challenge, with advanced posture options. Reasonable health and fitness and some yoga experience required, otherwise open to all!
Optional: arrive at 5.45pm to start your own self-practice warm-up or mediation. Regular students will know what this is, new students I will give you a warm-up routine.
Please arrive at least 5 minutes before start, up to 15 minutes before. New students will need time to discuss health and experience. Wear something not too loose but easy to move in. Please bring your own mat and props.
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Strengthen & Relengthen the Side Body: Vinyasa, Yin and Myofascial Release at MMI, St Agnes
Sunday 24th March, 9am – 11am
My favourite combination of dynamic Vinyasa yoga sequences, relaxing yet releasing Yin postures, and deep tissue myofascial release work. March’s focus is on the sides of the body, we’ll look at how to creatively strengthen for greater spinal support, stretch and lengthen for greater mobility, overall standing taller and breathing more fully.
Open to everyone, some experience preferred.
Using myofascial release techniques, we start to break down deep set tension, which is so useful to do in combination with stretching. Yin poses wake up the body slowly, with the potential of achieving a deeper level of release than more dynamic sequences. Flowing Vinyasa sequences to strengthen, mobilise and find focus and ending with relaxation. In my opinion, the perfect Sunday morning practice!
Reasonable health and fitness and some yoga experience required, otherwise open to all!