Weekly classes

Please note there will be no classes running from 21st-26th Oct.

Full schedule resumes again on Monday 28th of Oct.

MONDAYS

Vinyasa Flow: Restart & Energise

The Pavillion, Barkway

10:00-11:00

Flow & Restore

Mokshala Yoga Centre,
Saffron Walden

18:15 – 19:30

TUESDAYS

Beginners Yoga: 6 week course

The Pavillion, Barkway

09:45-10:45

Flow and Restore

Chrishall Chapel Hall

19:00 – 20:15

FRIDAYS

Slow Flow

Chrishall Chapel Hall

09:30 – 10:30

SATURDAYS

Uplift Vinyasa Flow

Chrishall Chapel Hall

09:00 – 10:00

POP UP ‘RESTORATION HOUR’

Thursday 17th October

Chrishall Chapel Hall

19:00 – 20:00

A class to de-stress and unwind. This class transitions you through a number of beautifully grounded postures with the use of props and bolsters to support the body and encourage the muscles to let go and relax. Bringing awareness and focus on to the breath and releasing you from the physical symptoms of stress within the body. So that you become buoyant and free… Please bring a bolster, a blanket and/or reserve one. (Please pre-book to confirm your place)

Prices

Drop in: £12
Six-class pass: £55
12-class pass: £90

These class passes will each be valid for two-month period.
Please bring your own matt if you have one, otherwise matts can be provided.
Please try to arrive at least ten minutes before start times provided.

Class Descriptions

Yoga for Beginners

An introductory 6 week course to take you through the yoga basics and help you start a new fitness regime with a little bit of calm.

You will be learning the foundations of a yoga practice, understand thealignment of key postures, helping you find your centre and balance while building strength and flexibility. Breath work and some mindfulness will also be introduced during this time.

By the end of this course we will be moving through vinyasa flow sequences together with your breath. Leaving you confident enough to join any open level class…

Power Flow

A fitness-based vinyasa practice. This class has many qualities and benefits, including building internal heat, increased stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction. A great way to start the week and explore you asana potential!

Gentle Beginners

A softer practice with more input and time spent in each asana (posture). Mindfully flowing through each asana allowing more time for you to stretch into your body, soothe your joints and unblock trapped energy. This class is great if you a looking for a slower/ deeper practice and a great entry point for 1st time yogis!

Flow & restore

An ‘Open Flow’ class to include a variety of sequenced postures slowly warming the body and working up to a peak to activate your energy flow, generating heat and increasing circulation. The class ends mindfully into a restorative warm down allowing your muscles to heal using seated/ lying postures for a more calming way to float into a restful evening. Please bring a bolster or reserve.

Slow Flow

A softer practice with more input and time spent in each asana (posture). Mindfully flowing through each asana allowing more time for you to stretch into your body, soothe your joints and unblock trapped energy. This class is great if you a looking for a slower/ deeper practice and a great entry point for 1st time yogis!

Uplift Vinyasa Flow

A great way to start the weekend! The class journey will freely flow across a blend of dynamic uplifting postures, gently waking up the body and breath. Use the class to detox from the weeks fatigue and to reset to a positive mindset and fresh energy for the weekend ahead.

Yin Yoga

Classically, in yoga we make beautiful shapes with our bodies and movement, but yin yoga is about going much deeper than that, it’s about tapping into an awareness deep within, opening up energetic pathways and getting to understand more about your inner self”.

Yin yoga involves passive poses that are mainly grounded and held for long periods of time. This cultivates a deep and strong yoga practice that works past the muscle (yang tissues) and taps deep into connective tissues (yin tissues) of our ligaments, joints, bones and fascial networks. According to ancient Chinese medicine (ACM), it is along these fascial networks that our meridian lines run. Therefore yin yoga is also associated with stimulating these energetic circuits that run through our bodies.

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