Yoga is central to our offering at MindFit, we are firm believers in a healthy mind and a healthy body. Weekly community classes are for both beginners & those who have an established yoga pratice. We realise yoga is a lifestyle and those practicing seek guidance along the way. Abbie will guide you through the journey, whether your goal is touching your toes or just to be able to sit still for 5 minutes.
*Tuesday 20th August: 7.30-8.30pm = Dynamic Flow
Thursday 22nd August: 6-7pm = Beginner friendly
Friday 23rd August: 7.45-8.45pm = Sunset yoga & meditation
Outdoor Class Venue: Morley Road, Oakwood.
Book Online: https://mindfityoga.as.me/
*This class is not suitable for beginners
MATLESS YOGA CLASS
Sunday 8th September – 2-4pm
Hilton Village Hall
Exploring movement outside the confines of the yoga mat. Bring socks with you; bring your abs with you too!! Expect nothing too serious, come to challenge your perceptions and have a giggle along the way.
END OF SUMMERTIME CANDLELIGHT YOGA
Sunday 27th October 7-9pm
Hilton Village Hall
A super gentle yoga & calming mindful mediation session with candle lights for added relaxation.
Bring a blanket & your mat with you (& all the sleepy vibes).
Guaranteed glorious nights sleep.
Having completed her Yoga teacher training in India, Abbie is enthusiastic and passionate about passing on the knowledge gained from Indian Gurus. As a professionally trained dancer Abbie naturally chose to teach Vinyasa Flow Yoga which allows freedom and creativity into each and every class.
Abbie caters for beginners, intermediates and advanced students; offering varied options for students to choose their preferred level of intensity. Providing specific adjustments in postures allows students to go deeper into the poses with support and guidance. Breathing techniques are delivered to enable complete conscious breath control permitting, either a deeper physical practice or allowing for deeper relaxation. Through extensive knowledge of the body and how it is able to move, Abbie is able to advise and guide students into using the correct muscles in postures. This enables them to deepen their stretching and strengthen their muscles.
Phil Thomas, Partner, Potter Clarkson LLP”