Restorative Yoga for Deep Rest – A 2 hour workshop including Restorative, Yin Yoga, Breathwork (pranayama) and Yoga Nidra (guided relaxation)
These workshops are a great support for those dealing with stress. Restorative yoga uses props so we can rest and relax deeply into postures, to encourage the body to take deep rest when needed, so that we have time to heal, restore and reserve our energy for when it’s needed.
Spring Term 20th April – 25th May (last class)*FULL
Summer Term 8th June – 13th July (last class)
Thursday Lymm Class Term Times
Spring Term 22nd April -27th May (last class)*FULL
Summer Term 10th June – 15th July (last class)
Visit the online store below to book your place. Classes last for 60 minutes and include baby massage, sensory and yoga and post natal yoga for mums (terms can be joined anytime subject to availability)
Cost for either 6 week term £54 includes Free Post Natal Recovery Course – Yours to Keep!
To book your place visit the online store below or contact email@example.com
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.
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.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to book or use the Book Your Place button below
Enjoy this Buddhist inspired meditation using the mantra Om Ah Hum for inner peace and calm.
The mantra is chanted silently with each sound representing a different part of the breath. The sound Om is chanted in the inhale and held at the heart centre to cleanse our physical body. Ah is then for the speech and chanted between the inhale and exhale the awareness of this sound is held at the throat for clarity in our speech, and finally the Hum sound is for the mind inspiring a sense of peace and chanted silently on the exhale.
Listen below for further guidance and this blissful mantra that purifies our body, speech and mind
A few weeks ago, I was extremely fortunate to be invited to attend the first ever ‘We Love MCR Sporting Legends Awards’ event.
The evening was sponsored by Sports Relief, in order to raise money for local charities and determine who the biggest sporting legends from Manchester are, as voted for by the public.
As part of the event though, local fundraisers were also recognised for the extra work they had put into raising money for Sport Relief last year. I was lucky enough to be one of those people!
On the night, I received an award for the Most Inventive Fundraising Event, as I organised the Manchester Yogathon, challenging myself and others to see how many sun salutations they could complete in one go – 25, 50 or 100! It was a huge success, and we did 100 within an hour – a world record!
Alex Ferguson won on the night, along with Dame Sarah Storey and Bryan Robson. It was such a great experience to see all these sporting legends side by side, and raise money for such a worthwhile cause.
We completed another yogathon this year at David Lloyds Manchester again for Sport Relief raising over £500. If you’d like to make a donation, please visit http://my.sportrelief.com/sponsor/mariakelly
– See more at: http://www.gymcube.com/blog/entry/maria-sports-relief-award#sthash.WwYn1mhq.dpuf