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Our next four Post-natal sessions will be taking place in June
4/6, 11/6, 18/6, 25/6.
Tuesday 11am-1.30 pm in Tanmor, Clifton Hampden OX143EW.
Post natal Yoga is aimed at mothers from 6 weeks after the birth , depending on how she feels. They are friendly sessions where mums can meet up, exchange tips, share a cup of tea and start with gentle exercises between feeds and general childcare. Your baby is very welcome and you shouldn’t worry at any time:
We adjust our practice to natural disruptions. The class can welcome children up to 1 year old.
Our next four sessions will be held in June: Please bring a mat or a blanket for your child as well as for yourself.
For more details and booking, call or email Laurence on 01865 407 661, 075 46 35 112, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday and Wednesday classes are re-starting on the 9th of April.
TUESDAY NIGHT IN CLIFTON HAMPDEN
Beginners @ 5.30-6.45 pm – 4 classes @ £8= £32 (valid 5 weeks) – No drop in
Intermediate @ 7 – 8.30 pm - 4 classes @ £8 =£32 (valid 5 weeks) -
10 classes x £8 = £80 (valid 11 weeks, 11th class free if 10 taken in a row)
Drop in =£9
WEDNESDAY MORNING IN ABINGDON
Mixed abilities @ 8.30-10 am – 7 classes @ £7 = £49 - Drop in £9
THURSDAY NIGHT MOVING TO FRIDAY NIGHT!!!!!!!
During summer term our Thursday class in Didcot will take place on a Friday night 6-7.15 pm from the 26th of April. Please register with Cornerstone
PREGNANCY YOGA restarting on Saturday 13th of April, 10-11.15am. Please book now
There will be no classes on Wednesday mornings (Abingdon) or Thursday nights (Didcot) on 27/3, 28/3, 3/4, 4/4
There will be no class on Tuesday 26th of March (Clifton Hampden).
Our Tuesday classes only will re-start on the 2nd of April depending on numbers. Please let me know if you’d like to attend either the 5.30pm or the 7pm session on that day. Everyone welcome!
Wednesday morning class re-starts on the 10th of April at the Guildhall, Abingdon. £49 for seven sessions.
Our Wednesday morning Vinyasa Yoga class is moving to Abingdon at the Guildhall (Abbey Room 2nd Floor). We shall re-start on Wednesday 20th of February 2013
Please come and try the class for FREE if you haven’t been with us before.
Running time: 8.30 (doors open) to 10 am. Practise starts at 8.45 am.
The style explored in this session is the Vinyasa flow, sequences of postures synchronised with the breath. If you have a strong medical condition, please let me know.
Regular students commit for a half term at the rate of £7/session. Drop in is £9 (concession for students £6/£7).
Please bring a mat and other props such as bricks, blocks and strap if you have them. Otherwise please let me know before you come.
Details and bookings: 01865 407 661/ 075 546 35 112, email@example.com
There are still a few places left on our Yoga worshop on Balancing without
this Saturday 2nd of February
in Clifton Hampden Village Hall from 10 am to 1 pm.
Please contact me on 01865 407 661
In the meantime, I would recommend the following article of the importance of controlling our balance in daily life
Here is an extract
It is important to remember that intact balance control is required not only to maintain postural stability but also to assure safe mobility-related activities during daily life, such as standing while performing manual tasks, rising from a chair, walking and turning. Disorders of balance can be of the result of pathologies, such as neurological disease, sensory deficits or muscle weakness. The postural control system can also be affected by aging (decline in muscle strength, sensory functioning, or in speed of sensorimotor responses), reaching an optimum in early adult life and deteriorating from approximately the age of 50 onwards ).
A comprehensive clinical assessment of balance is important for both diagnostic and therapeutic reasons in clinical practice. Balance disorders can have serious consequences for physical function (leading to fall-related injuries) as well as social function (fear of falls leading to activity restriction and social isolation). Falls and immobility to avoid falls are associated with significant morbidity, trauma, inactivity and depression. For these reasons, the impact of balance disorders is enormous, both for affected individuals (markedly diminished quality of life) and for society at large