YOGA CLASSES

 

ALMA YOGA CLASSES:

West Sussex

Next term runs from 16 January 2020 until 2 April 2020. 

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  • Thursdays 6:00pm - 7:30pm  - Sutton Village Hall, Sutton RH20 1PS

Please contact me if you wish to join this class.

 

Pricing:

  • £14 for a drop-in

  • £12 per class paid upfront for the term (£12 x 12 = £144)

  Yoga mats and blankets

  • Please bring your Yoga mat with you. As I am sure you understand I cannot bring mats for everyone and I believe that we should all have our own mat, a space that is yours to practice your Yoga, where you feel safe and nurtured.

  • A blanket is also useful. When you lie down and stay still for a while your body cools down very quickly and it is very important that you feel warm and comfortable so you can relax and enjoy!

  • If it is your first Yoga class with me and you don’t have a Yoga mat, please book your space and let me know if you need a Yoga mat – I will bring one for you, just this time!

  • If you have a Yoga mat but you suddenly realise that you forgot to bring it with you, don’t worry... I will always have a spare mat... just in case :-)

  Come prepared for your Yoga class

  • Wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely. Yoga is practised with bare feet but if you normally have cold feet bring some socks to put on during relaxation at the end of class. When you lie down and stay still for a while your body cools down very quickly.

  • Avoid eating a heavy meal before your class. A full stomach interferes with your practice as it restricts the space in the abdominal area.

  • Feel free to bring water to the class but try and drink it after the class – it will help to eliminate toxins from your body after the practice.

  • Allow enough time to get to class a few minutes before it starts, so that you can settle in calmly and align your attitude with the purpose of the class.

  • Please remember to put your phone on silence during class. Rings, vibration and ‘pings’ in a yoga class can disturb the meditative flow of the practice.

  • Don’t push it. Instead of trying to go as deeply or completely into a pose as others might be able to do, do what you can without straining or injuring yourself. Work from where you are, not from where you think you should be. Be kind to yourself.

Katie Worsdell, Arundel, West Sussex, United Kingdom