Description of Classes

Beginners 1 Wednesdays 8.00 pm – Dunfermline High

This class is for complete novices .  Here you will learn the basic alignment of  postures and salutations, breaths and meditations. A stepping stone to the next level.

Beginners 2 Mondays @ 6pm (ongoing) – Dunfermline High 

Energising yet relaxing this 1 hour and 15 min class is ideal for Beginners  or if you have done yoga before but perhaps not for a while.

You  will begin to flow in the style of  Core Strength Vinyasa Flow

bhujangasanaComplete beginners can enter at this level being mindful to practice only what feels comfortable.

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Intermediate  Mondays@7.15pm (ongoing) – Dunfermline High

fully flowing with the principles of Core Strength Vinyasa and more ! Monday at 7.15 pm  Dunfermline High

This challenging  yet relaxing 1 hour and 30 min class is definitely for those who have done yoga before. Experiencing  a variety of yoga postures and challenging flows.

Within the flow there will always be a place to stay or a place to grow your practice.

ashtanga-namaskaraIntegrity in every pose connects us to our inner teacher and breath.

 

Yoga-ease Tuesdays @ 6.45pm – Carnegie Hall Music Institute annex, Dunf. KY12 7JA

New Therapeutic class – Starts 25th April – 16th May Break & then 23rd May – 13th June

Non-strenuous GENTLE course helps those completely new to yoga with a range of chronic issues. Weekly themes mindfully guide the student to their goal of self healing, making it ideal for many conditions, back pain, stiffness or those in need of gentle recovery.

Classes run every week in school term time.  This class will be popular so booking ahead your place would be recommended!

Single Drop in Class £8
4 Session Block £24
8 Session Block £44

 

 

 

RESTORATIVE YOGA  – An  Occasional  class  usually held on a class night or a Mini workshop.    Also Occasional restorative poses in class.

Next one : mini  workshop at the end of March 

A  passive yoga practice which completely supports the spine and skeleton in different positions on bolsters or props. Thus,  allowing the muscles to drape from the bones.

This activates  the para sympathetic nervous system (responsible for relaxation) and switches off the simpathetic nervous system (resposible for our fight, flight or freeze response) bringing a sense of deep relaxation and release.

It is in these conditions that deep and profound healing can take place,  whether that be of an emotional, mental or physical need.  It is also very effective at opening the body, lifting your mood  and  promoting an amazing   Zzzzzzzzzz   sleep!