RM Yoga


2017  Candle-Lit Restorative Yoga Dates at The Scouts Hut, Weybridge:

Sunday 23rd July 5-6.30pm (£15)
Sunday 23rd July 7-9pm*full, waiting list only*
Sunday 29th October 5-7pm
Sunday 26th November 5-7pm
Sunday 17th December 5-7pm

Email me [Email address: hello #AT# rmyoga.co.uk - replace #AT# with @ ] to book your place, £20pp

Every Friday at Good Vibes, Covent Garden, London 6-7pm

Restorative Yoga is a quiet, contemplative practice where a state of active relaxation is cultivated through a sequence of supported poses, mindful movement and breath awareness. Props such as bolsters and yoga blocks are often used to create optimal support as positions can be held for several minutes at a time to encourage deeper release and opening.

This combination of active relaxation and opening provides the body and mind an opportunity to renew and heal and provides a welcome counter-balance to stress, anxiety and fatigue. In addition Restorative Yoga can be safely practised when you are recovering from injury, illness and is suitable for all levels of practitioners from complete beginners to the more experienced.

For me, Restorative Yoga has been both immensely beneficial and deeply nourishing and I was fortunate to study with Simon Low on his Yin and Restorative Yoga teacher training and have completed the Relax and Renew Restorative training with Judith Hanson Lasater.

“Ruth creates a welcoming, uncompetitive and serene setting for her classes, and tailors her teaching to the needs of her students, especially providing the class with alternative poses to account for injury or individual physical circumstances. Having the opportunity to switch off from the outside world and a busy lifestyle, focus in on and align my thoughts only with my body’s movements and breathing, was an invaluable skill to learn, not only for my state of mental wellbeing but also for the challenges of everyday life. Ruth inspires both physical and spiritual confidence and self-belief through her teaching”
Dee

 

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