Equanimity Yoga classes

Tuesday

12:30 - 13:15

Corporate Yoga, University of Exeter, Private class.

A rejuvenating practice to enliven desk weary bodies by stretching, strengthening and relieving tension from muscles. This breath focussed practice dissolves stress and stills the mind resulting in increased concentration.

Wednesday

18:30 - 19:30

Hatha Yoga: Exploring the Yamas, Exwick, Exeter, EX4 2EX. Beginners welcome

The course incorporates all elements of Hatha Yoga with each class including pranayama (breath control) asana (postures) guided meditation and savasana (relaxation). This is interwoven with yoga theory and philosophy. Each week we use asana, pranayama and relaxation to explore one of the Yamas (or moral disciplines) set out by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutra:

Week 1. Ahimsa (non harming or non violence in thought, word and deed)
Week 2. Satya (truthfulness)
Week 3. Asteya (non stealing)
Week 4. Brahmacharya (celibacy or ‘right use of energy’)
Week 5. Aparigraha (non greed or non hoarding)

Wednesday 21 February until Wednesday 21 March 2018. £35 for 5 weeks

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20:00 - 21:00

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Exwick, Exeter, EX4 2EX. Previous yoga experience an advantage.

This class explores asanas from Primary Series and follows many of the traditions of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga - which is a strong yoga practice that cleanses the body and creates a vibrantly healthy body and mind. Classes move through asanas from Primary Series with a focus on breath (Ujjayi), bandha (energy locks) and dristi (gaze) before ending with shavasana (relaxation).

2018 dates TBC.

Thursday

19:30 - 21:00

Beginners Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, at the Ashtanga Yoga Workshop, King Street, Exeter

This class is ideal for new students keen to build a regular yoga practice.It will help you establish embodied awareness through guided ujjayi breathing and simple mindfulness. The foundation poses of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Primary Series are taught slowly with modifications and props, if required, and with time given to explore posture technique.

Ashtanga Vinyasa is a modern, physical yoga practice that cleanses the body and stills the mind. The, breath focussed set-sequence becomes a moving meditation that creates a vibrantly healthy body and mind.

Weekly from 4 January 2018, drop-in. No booking necessary. £9