I’m excited to be using the brand new hall at Rushcliffe Country Park to run a variety of yoga classes on Saturdays, which started on Saturday 1st April. My aim is to help build a community that works towards mental and physical wellbeing, along with spending time in nature and meeting new friends.
I travelled to India to train in the ancient practice of yoga. Yoga centres around taking care of the mind, body and spirit using physical strength and flexibility exercises along with meditation and breathing practices. The ultimate goal is to feel more connected with yourself and the world around you.
When was the last time you paused and took a moment to notice how your mind and body feels in the present moment? I’m sure most people will agree the ‘To Do’ list feels never ending and time for yourself just slips away.
Yoga teaches us to slow down and listen to our mind and body. It gives us the time and space to check in with ourselves, get away from tasks and obligations, and really appreciate the here and now.
Yoga has proven time and again to elevate mood, improve sleep and lift energy levels along with many other muscular and posture benefits. It’s suitable for everyone, regardless of age, gender, size or shape, and my classes are beginner friendly.
Let’s build a healthy community in our beautiful Rushcliffe Country Park.