Hourly sessions £8 – NHS/999/Military and Chair Yoga £7
In Hatha classes we focus on mindfully integrating movement with breath. This practice suits those who prefer a slower, deeper practice, and is ideal for beginners. Modifications provided throughout, that allow you to work at your own pace. Hatha classes are 45 minutes of Physical movement followed by 15 minutes of guided meditation.
In Flow Yoga classes we connect breath to mindful movement with a gentle warm up, followed by Triangle, Warrior sequences, and Sun Salutations. Classes are 45 minutes of physical movement, concluding with 15 minutes of relaxation and meditation. Modifications provided throughout that allow you to work at your own pace.
Irest Yoga Nidra
iRest was developed by Richard Miller, PhD. Richard is a world-renowned author, yogic scholar, researcher and clinical psychologist, who has combined traditional yogic practice with Western psychology and neuroscience.
People practicing Irest Yoga Nidra experience:
- More confidence and happiness in their lives
- Decreased stress and anxiety.
- Heightened energy levels
- An improved sense of control
- Improved sleep and decreased insomnia
- An ability to better manage chronic and acute pain
- A greater sense of peace and well-being
Yoga Nidra can be practiced by anyone. Each practice at Solihull Yoga concludes with relaxation and meditation built on Irest Techniques
Complete Beginners Yoga
A 4 week course (£28) designed for the “Complete Beginner” to Yoga. If you’ve always wanted to try Yoga and were never quite sure where to start, this is the course for you. This course is suitable for everyone whatever age, sex, shape or size you are.
On our course we will explore a series of Yoga Asana (movements), to create a firm foundation for Yoga practice and provide you with an understanding of why we practice. At the end of the course you will have the ability and confidence to enjoy any Yoga class in the world, and above all get you started on this 5000 year old practice that will benefit your life and health in the future.
Seated Yoga is an excellent way to loosen and stretch painful muscles, reduce stress, and improve circulation, and staying seated means that those who aren’t flexible or mobile can practice Yoga safely.
Seated Yoga involves gentle stretching, which can help develop greater flexibility, build muscle and bone mass, and increase the range of motion within the body. Yoga can prevent falls in later life, more importantly it helps you get the most of your daily activities.
Sessions begin with 10 minutes of breathing and mindfulness, followed by 35 minutes of light physical movement, concluding with 15 minutes of relaxation and meditation.