Hatha Yoga with Sarah Scott
Mondays: 7.30 - 8.45 pm
NEW class starting 22 February: 5.30 - 6.30 pm
7 - 8.15 pm
Tapas Yoga Room, on the second floor
Cost: £10 drop in
£45 for 5 classes
Looking to try something new? Perhaps you need to build strength and flexibility into something you train regularly for or are getting fit again after an injury. An increasing number of adult men and women, including teenagers, are integrating yoga into their rugby, cycling, running, swimming, rowing or fencing training. Whether it’s your first time on a mat or you have been practising for years, Sarah offers variations to suit all ages and levels.
Benefits of a regular yoga practice include:
• Increase in flexibility
• Building strength
• Boosting energy and circulation
• Developing mental clarity and creativity
• Alleviating tension and stress
• Nourishment at every energy level
• Creating positive, affirmative change
Join the new Hatha Yoga class on Thursdays at 5:30 pm for a class that focuses on alignment, while enabling you to move freely with breath awareness from one pose to the next. Embrace a yoga practice that will revolutionise the way you feel physically, mentally and emotionally on and off the mat.
The 7.30 pm class is a little more dynamic.
Sarah Scott has been practising yoga since 2000, immersing herself in a variety of styles ranging from Hatha and dynamic yoga practices to yin, pregnancy and restorative yoga. She qualified as a yoga teacher with The International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre and her teaching style places as much emphasis on proper breathing (pranayama), relaxation and meditation techniques as the physical asana practice. Sarah is revived by the restorative effects of practising outdoors which sees her taking her mat into green spaces or down to the sea whenever she can.
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Sarah also teaches Yoga for Pregnancy on Tuesday Evenings at Harbour House