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What type of Yoga is Hatha Yoga

Hather Yoga mainly focuses on physical and mental wellbeing with the emphasis on strength and flexibility, balance, pranayama and relaxation of body and mind. the wider aims of yoga are to get to know yourself on a deeper level.
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To strengthen and develop a subtle body and lightness of limbs through physical postures (Asanas)

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Purify and cleanse the body and still the mind through breathing exercises (Pranayama)

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Develop mind / body control and mental discipline (balances and physical postures)

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Relaxation of body and mind (postures, guided meditation & sound bath using Tibetan singing bowls)

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Develop deeper knowledge of self (mind / body connection, mindfulness/meditation)

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Develop higher consciousness (deep meditation)

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Follow a Yoga Diet

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Activate the Chakras developing awareness of the subtle body to develop a balance of energy to create physical and mental ease

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Awakening of higher consciousness

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The Yoga Studio
is part of the Home

It is a tranquil centre room dedicated to our Yoga Sessions. A relaxing, warm ambience accommodating small groups, all-encompassing and accepting environment

Benefits of Yoga

There are many benefits of yoga, both physical and psychological.

Physical benefits of practising asana and pranayama techniques

  • Increased flexibility
  • Increased mobility of joints, ligaments and tendons
  • Increased strength - many yoga poses require participants to support the weight of their own body in new ways, including balancing on one leg (such as in Tree pose) or supporting weight of their body with their arms (such as in Downward facing dog). Some exercises require moving slowly in and out of poses, which also increases strength.
  • Increased muscle tone
  • Massaging organs
  • Pain prevention - increased flexibility and strength can help prevent the causes of some types of back pain.
  • Enhanced body awareness
  • Better breathing - basic yoga breathing exercises and deeper practices (Pranayama) focus the attention on the breath and teach participants how to better use their lungs, which benefits the entire body.
  • Control of weight - as part of the healthy yoga lifestyle, regular asana practice helps to control weight.
  • Complete detoxification - by gently stretching muscles and joints as well as massaging the various organs, yoga ensures the optimum blood supply to various parts of the body, and helps in the flushing out of toxins.
  • Other benefits of yoga are - lower blood pressure and resting heart rate due to the stress control techniques and calming effects offered by yoga. Yoga is also beneficial for people who suffer with pain related illness such as arthritis, cancer, auto-immune diseases, multiple sclerosis etc.

Psychological benefits of practising asana and pranayama techniques

  • Pease of mind
  • Feeling of well-being
  • Stress reduction
  • Rejuvenation
  • Reduced risk of depression

Our Partners

Yoga For All working with HorsePowers & Peak District Adventures

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For a mix of Yoga, equine assisted growth and Adventure Days in the peak district visit our partner websites
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Mountain Biking
Abseiling & much more
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With ‘Looked After’ young people
Adults with learning disabilities
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Theory Three - Asanas

Friday 29th May 2020

Ancient sages developed an integral system to ward off or delay the aging process and to keep the physical and mental faculties strong.

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Theory Two - Breathing Techniques - Pranayama

Wednesday 8th April 2020

Respiration takes place through elastic movements the lungs and the activities of the side and bottom of the thoracic cavity.

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Theory One - The science of Yoga

Saturday 28th March 2020

The core concepts of yoga are: the breath, mind, body, and spirit. Yoga means ‘to unite / connect’, connecting the mind, body and breath ...

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