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What is yoga?


Yoga was developed more than 5,000 years ago in India as a comprehensive system for well being on all levels: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Translated from the ancient language of Sankrit as 'to unite' or 'yolk' it makes sense that the objective of an ongoing yoga practice is to unify the body and mind. 

There are many styles to choose from which have different foci - Yin for flexibility, Hatha (pronunced Hat Ha) for an all round practice, Vinyasa Flow to sweat, Nidra for the mind, the list goes on. As you develop your practice you will evolve from style to style, growing and learning about yourself, your body and your mind.

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Dynamic Yoga

A dynamic, fast moving style of yoga giving a cardiovascular workout, flowing through poses with breath. This style is inspired by vinyasa flow and incorporates sun salutations but with a modern twist and the odd workshop-ing or focus on an intermediate pose. Building strength, flexibility and balance for an all around tuned mind and body. Expect to sweat and challenge yourself whilst having lots of fun.

Not recommended for complete beginners.

Mondays at 7:30 - 8:30am

Birchwood Get Up and Flow


Mondays at 6:30 - 7:30pm

Etchingham Parker Hall

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Hatha Yoga

A slower, grounding practice focusing on building a strong yogic foundation. Hatha yoga is a balance of strength and flexibility, slower in nature than other forms of yoga but asana is still paired with breathe. Sometimes challenging but low impact and suitable for all levels.

Wednesdays at 6:30 - 7:30pm

Etchingham Parker Hall


Saturdays at 9:30 - 10:30am

Etchingham Parker Hall

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First 3 Class Pass - £20 (£6.66 per class) - redeemable within two months of purchase.

1 Class Pass - £15 - redeemable within one month of purchase.

5 Class Pass - £65 (£13 per class) - redeemable within three months of purchase.

10 Class Pass - £100 (£10 per class) - redeemable within six months of purchase.

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Please note...

Please wear comfortable yoga clothing, bring props such as non-slip yoga mat, bolsters, yoga wheels, eye bags, blankets, pillows, blocks and straps if you wish. Bring a water bottle with you, and a light snack, too, if you would like to. If you don’t have your own non-slip yoga mat one will be provided at a hiring fee of £1 per use but please ask in advance (for free for the first 3 classes). If the class you are attending takes place in the Tipi or in the field please be mindful that there are no toilet facilities and to bring a couple of extra layers just in case you get chilly (fluffy socks are encouraged for Savasana). 

There is a 48 hour cancellation policy on all classes, if you cancel within 48 hours prior to your workshop or you do not show up you will not receive a refund or be able to swap to another class. Prior to 48 hours and you will. All policies available in Terms and Privacy.

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