• My feedback is that I really enjoyed the 4 mornings and would definitely sign up again. My hip felt better than it has done for a long time the week after, and I am now thinking about trying to get to another class each week – in addition to the current Tues morning class I attend.

    What could be improved – maybe some flexibility that you book to come for 3 of the 4 days…..as sometimes things crop up at short notice or unexpectedly.

    Pauline, Abingdon , August 2017

  • I loved doing 4 consecutive mornings and would definitely do it again. Practising everyday for 4 days and concentrating on different things each day was inspiring. I liked the variety and enjoyed the different challenges. It also became natural to practise each morning and now I miss it! It helped me focus each morning and I left better equipped to get on with my day. 

    It helped me to see how a daily practice can improve your life without a doubt. I guess I now need to find the discipline to do it at home, even if it’s not the same when you are practising on your own!

    Thank you, Laurence. I would consider taking part in any course you offer.

    Juliet, Abingdon, August 2017

    Thanks, Laurence, for a well-considered series of classes. Enjoyable exercise (even the back bends….) in a supportive and very friendly atmosphere. Left every session feeling upbeat and energised. Count me in for the next one!

    Jane, Abingdon, August 2017

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    It was great to try out 4 consecutive days but sadly this was definitely “too much” for me and I felt rather grotty for about a day afterwards though am fine now.    I enjoyed trying out new/ different poses and sequences including the flow yoga (?) on day 4 though suspect that the latter is particularly demanding in terms of energy.

    Key features for cfs/ M.E. recovery are:

    •  Pacing of activity and ensuring rest between periods of activity
    • Extending the amount and rate of activity very carefully.   Pushing the boundaries is good and necessary but too much too soon is counter productive.  It’s a difficult balancing act to get it right !  (So, yoga once a week is fine for me but every day not fine – yet !)

    I’m convinced that doing yoga over the last year or so has been really positive for me.  Indeed a couple of weeks ago whilst walking with friends in the Italian Alps they were amazed at what I could do compared with a year ago !   (Photo of me in my favourite sort of place is attached !).    It’s interesting that many people have reported the benefits of yoga for cfs/M.E. and indeed some teachers offer classes particularly for those affected.   

    So I plan to continue with yoga and would like to extend/ expand what I do in due course.

    Sue, August 2017

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