New Lymm Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class

New Lymm Vinyasa Flow Yoga (mixed level class)

Classes begin Tuesday 1st September 615pm – 715pm

To comply with social distancing rules we only have 6 spaces per class so pre booking is essential.

Cost £10

Please bring your own mat

Book your place via the link below

New Live Online Weekly Classes

Choose from Weekly Live Stream Vinyasa Flow and Restorative Yoga Classes

Live Stream Yoga Classes via Zoom

Vinyasa Flow Yoga Mondays 6pm and Wednesdays 10am

Restorative Yoga – Thursdays 6pm

Visit the Online Store to book a class


The Zoom meeting ID and password will be sent at the time of booking. All classes are £5 drop in

Just a couple of considerations before you practice.

Make sure you have a yoga mat and there’s plenty of space around you.

Do not practice straight after eating and do drink plenty of water after class.

Enjoy your practice and if you do have any feedback or requests on future classes I’d love to hear from you.

ONLINE CLASSES DISCLAIMER
No refunds will be made once the class has commenced.
If you have any injuries or medical conditions including pregnancy, it is essential that you consult your doctor prior to taking part.
By joining the class you are accepting full responsibility for your own safety and recognise that in absence of a physically present teacher, it is your responsibility ensure that you stay within your own physical limits.

Cheshire Yoga Babies


Cheshire Yoga Babies 

Explore, play & relax – enjoy the benefits of Yoga for you and your baby. * Babies from 6 weeks to 18 months

Class Times & Locations

Tuesdays 1130am and 1pm *NOW FULL

InHale Yoga Studio, 1st Floor Progress House, Cecil Road, Hale WA15 9NZ

Thursdays 10am – 2 Spaces Left 

Lymm Heritage Centre, 1 Legh St Lymm WA13 0DA

NEW Term Times

Tuesday InHale Yoga 1130am (non mobile babies from 6 weeks)

Tuesday InHale Yoga 1pm (mobile babies up to 18 months)

8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th Sep, 6th & 13th Oct (last class)

Thursday Lymm Heritage 10am

10th, 17th, 24th Sep, 1st, 8th & 15th Oct (last class)

Cost for either 6 week term £45  (terms & conditions below

To book your place visit the online store below or  contact info@mariayoga.co.uk

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For Baby:

Helps settle baby, improving your baby’s sleeping patterns

Interactive and physical activity helps to strengthen & aid your baby’s development

Stimulates the baby’s bodily systems, including digestive and nervous systems

Aids digestion, which can help to ease constipation, wind and colic

Bonding – enhances the relationship between you & your baby

New challenges helping your baby to cope with new situations

Helps strengthen your baby’s body including their spine

Promotes muscle strength and joint flexibility

Introduces techniques to help your baby relax and become a natural self-soother.

For Mum:

Improves your posture, strength and flexibility which will help with lifting and carrying your growing baby

Post-natal exercises to tone the abdominal muscles and pelvic floor

Release physical and mental tension with Yoga stretches and breathing

Relaxation techniques to help you to cope with the stresses of new parenthood

Bonding – spend special time with you and your baby exploring new challenges and having fun

Get to know other mums, dads or carers and share experiences.

Testimonials

This class has been my favourite, I’ve loved it all and feel I have genuinely improved my pelvic floor. I’m now more aware of doing my exercises etc. So just wanted to say a massive thank you! You’re great! – G.C.

5 Immune Boosting Tips

This time of year can be especially difficult to keep the bugs at bay. It’s been so cold and wet recently I’ve felt my immune and lymphatic system has been pushed to it’s limits.

If you’ve been feeling the strain then here are 5 handy immune boosting tips that I use to help restore some balance and encourage my immunity to thrive.

1. Sleep ….ah the elusive sleep. I’ve had my fair share of sleep deprivation which has made me realise just how important this is. That and reading Why we Sleep by Matthew Walker (highly recommended). Amongst other things our body heals and repairs when we sleep. If you’re finding it difficult to get your full 8 hours then try yoga nidra (awakened sleep) this will help you rest and recharge even if you practice for 20 mins. Visit my free mediations for a guided yoga nidra practice.

2. Warm foot baths. My latest obsession to give my lymphatic system a boost. I was recently made aware of the benefits of these foot baths and now do them when either working on my laptop…yes my feet are submerged right now or when watching the tv. Our lymphatic system is mainly stimulated when we move which isn’t great for sedentary workers. However soaking your feet in warm water (I like to add lavender and epsom salts also) helps to boost our lymphatic flow, remember this system is part of your immune system helping to fight infection.

3. Exercise. Whether it’s yoga, boot camps or walking that you prefer. Make sure you get some exercise. This is so beneficial to our immunity. When we exercise we also secrete happy hormones these help to counteract our stress hormones which break down our immunity. Exercising also stimulates our respiratory and cardiovascular systems.

4. Fresh Air. It’s free and usually fresh…. depending on where you live of course! Getting outdoors definitely lifts my mood even if it’s just a brisk walk to the school gates. Being outside and also around nature can help to put problems into perspective and give us a deeper understanding of ourselves. Whether it’s the beach or a woodland find some time to get outdoors.

5. Vitamins and Probiotics. Yes I’m a fan of supplements, gut health is so important for our immunity. Its not always easy getting the right balance through our diets so I believe supplements are necessary. If your not sure contact your local nutritionist for more help and advice.

Yoga Day Retreat

Tranquillite Retreats – Yoga Day Retreat

A day of Vinyasa Flow, Yin, Restorative Yoga & Yoga Nidra

  • 10am-12pm Vinyasa Flow Yoga – open to all levels
  • 12pm-130pm: Lunch includes nutrition and healthy lifestyle talk
  • 130pm-3:30pm: Yin, restorative yoga for deep rest (includes yoga nidra)

Also includes Lunch, Tea & Healthy Snack

Date – Sunday 15th March 2020

Time – 10am to 330pm

Cost – £45 – includes lunch

or Book AM or PM Sessions £20 (lunch not included)

Location –  InHale Yoga Studio, Cecil Road, Hale Cheshire WA15 9NZ

For more info contact  info@tranquilliteretreats.co.uk or book online

Book a Retreat

Yin Yoga for Deep Rest

Yin Yoga for Deep Rest – upon arrival you will be greeted with a relaxing herbal tea. We will then begin the practice with a seated meditation to find stillness preparing us for a grounding Yin Yoga flow. This is then followed by Restorative Yoga using bolsters and props for extra support where we can feel safe to deeply let go of unwanted physical and emotional tension. We end the session with an aromatherapy infused Savasana and Yoga Nidra (guided Relaxation)

£20 session includes tea and healthy treat to finish.

Next sessions Friday 17th April & 22nd May 630pm – 830pm at Hale Yoga Studio, Ashley Road, Hale Village

Booking essential as spaces are limited – book via the button below

Exploring the Chakras Workshop

Exploring the Chakras Workshop – Saturday 25th January 2020 @haleyogastudios 2pm – 430pm

Chakras are the bridge between the conscious mind and our bodies. These energy centres govern our physical and emotional well being. However certain influences from conditioning, lifestyle and past issues can affect there overall function and ability to create harmony within.
Join me for an opportunity to explore this energectic system and the self through movement, relaxation, chanting and meditation. A chance to balance, heal and transform built up stress and tensions. The yoga will include meditative yin, slow flow yoga and grounding restorative postures. We will complete the afternoon with Yoga Nidra (often referred to as yogic sleep) to fully relax the senses and to set clear intentions (sankalpa) so we may continue our transformational journey.
Workshop includes herbal tea on arrival and healthy treat to finish.

2pm – 430pm Saturday 25th April 2020

Held at Hale Yoga Studio, Ashley Road, Hale www.haleyoga.com

Workshop costs £25 – booking is necessary as this is a small studio and spaces are limited. Contact info@mariayoga.co.uk to book or use the Book Your Place button below

Winter Solstice Flow & Restore

Winter Solstice Flow & Restore

Winter a magical season and a time for nurturing, self reflection and rest. However we seem to do anything but, as the festive season sees us burning the candle at both ends. It’s no wonder we find ourselves comprised and exhausted.

So why not give yourselves a well deserved break and join me for an opportunity to explore the self through movement, relaxation and meditation.
The yoga will include slow vinyasa flow, and grounding restorative postures to release any accumulated tension and restore balance. We will complete the afternoon with an aromatherapy infused Yoga Nidra (often referred to as yogic sleep) to fully relax the senses and to set an intention (sankalpa) for the season ahead. Workshop includes herbal tea on arrival and healthy treat to finish.

2pm – 430pm Saturday 21st December 2019

Held at Hale Yoga Studio, Ashley Road, Hale WA15 9SD

Workshop costs £25 – booking is necessary as this is a small studio and spaces are limited. Book via the Button below

So Hum Mantra

Enjoy this free recording of the Mantra So Hum. This mantra can be used during your meditation or yoga practice as a way of quietening the mind. So Hum translates to I am that – I am that ultimate reality or ever pervading presence that exist within us all.

Begin by chanting a few rounds out loud then go into silent chants mirroring the breath to each sound. e.g So – on the inhale and Hum – on the exhale

Take as many rounds as you like, then sit for a while at the end of your practice to soak all the sensations from this mantra in.

Guided Relaxation For Deep Rest

Guided Relaxation for Deep Rest

This guided relaxation takes you on a sensory journey through the body. Using breath and awareness to allow you whole body to enter a deep state of rest.

 This meditation can be helpful if you experience fatigue, trouble sleeping and stress.

Enjoy