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Over time our modern lifestyles can start to impact our bodies and minds. You may be struggling with niggling aches and pains from spending long hours sitting at a desk, sports injuries that haven’t had the chance to rest and heal or find that you are struggling to switch off from constantly being on the go.

Step onto your yoga mat and deepen your awareness of your physical, mental, and emotional state. Yoga is an ancient form of exercise which originated in India thousands of years ago. Nowadays there is a vast range of different styles of yoga, including Vinyasa Flow, Hatha, and Ashtanga. Yoga is the union between our mind, body, and spirit, and a typical class will involve a series of poses that gently stretch and strengthen the entire body and are performed while paying attention to your breath. This moving meditation helps to calm the mind and keep you rooted in the present moment. The poses themselves also have many physical benefits such as improving posture, balance, and flexibility, and strength, which can help to prevent or relieve any niggling aches and pains.

After a Yoga class, you are likely to experience a clear and calm mind and a deeper sense of connection to both your mind and body. This feeling of relaxation can also lead to a restful night of quality sleep. A regular yoga practice will help you to develop, mental physical suppleness, and strength, which can be useful both on your mat and in your day-to-day life.