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Coronavirus – Holistic Yoga Studio Guidelines

Holistic Yoga Online All classes are now online with a choice of Audio Classes which you can listen to without a screen. All you need to do is read the class agreement, find a nice place in your home to practice and click play. There is a photo practice guide for each class.  Gentle Yoga and Somatics Audio Class – Listen Anytime – Click Here to Go to the Class NowGeneral Holistic Yoga Audio Class – Listen Anytime – Click Here to Go to Class Now These classes are offered by donation, with a selection of amounts to pay. Please pay according to your ability so that I may continue to offer these classes freely to all.All in-person classes are cancelled. I will be continuing to monitor the...

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Yoga, Coronavirus and Immune System Health

A Yogic Approach to Coronavirus: Covid-19It’s now clear that the Coronavirus is something we all need to take seriously. There seem to be currently two approaches, the  relaxed "don't worry about it, it will all blow over soon" or the manic bulk buying of hand sanitiser, toilet roll and paracetamol. The healthy spot is somewhere in the middle of these two. It’s up to each one of us to make some little changes in our daily habits in order to inhibit the spread of the virus. This article is about the positive steps we can take to protect the people who are most vulnerable to the virus and lessen the burden on our NHS.Action in Service of Others – Karma YogaThe actions that we take...

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Gentle Yoga with Hanna Somatics

What is Hanna Somatics? Hanna Somatics is a movement therapy invented by Thomas Hanna. Hanna was a student of Moshe Feldenkrais (another movement specialist); who in turn was a student of F.M. Alexander (who devised the Alexander Technique). Hanna Somatics seems at first to be similar to gentle yoga. However the principles are very different, but complementary. Hanna Somatics is concerned with improving and maintaining health in the body. It helps us to adapt to what life brings, whether that is chronic health conditions, injuries, stiffness and old age. Funnily enough, these are many of the reasons why people come to yoga class. Finding Centre I’ve always wondered why our bodies don’t revert back to alignment around the central axis. This axis runs though the centre of our skull, ribcage...