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Havertown Yoga Studio Offers Gentle Beginner Classes near the Mainline, PA
Gentle Beginner Yoga in Havertown Release tension, stiffness and pain. Enjoy a health and life-affirming practice. Return to your daily activities with more energy and enthusiasm.
Release tension, stiffness and pain.
Enjoy a health and life-affirming practice.
Return to your daily activities with more energy and enthusiasm.
Find a peaceful and supportive community and instill in you a quiet inner calm.
WHY SHOULD I TAKE THIS CLASS?
If you’re feeling stiff with a limited range of movement, experience a series of gentle stretching and deep breathing exercises.
This is an uplifting and restful yoga series that will improve your overall vitality and connect you to a deep sense of inner peace.
If you feel overwhelmed, frazzled, on edge, have body aches, mental exhaustion or unrelenting illness, then you are especially welcomed.
Beginner Gentle Yoga Classes in Havertown
Day and Time: Tuesdays, 11:30 am
Location: Healing Touch, 1327 Darby Rd (Directions below) Havertown, 19083.
Cost: $12 per class or $40 for 4 classes if paid in advance.
or 610-352-1177 for more information
Five Solid Benefits You Can Experience from Yoga
You hear so much about Yoga these days, and there are so many Yoga styles to choose from, that it is advisable to research a particular Yoga style which suits your needs. Some Yoga classes are gentle, restorative, athletic, cerebral, spiritual, meditative, or hot. Therefore, research the style of Yoga which attracts you most. Then visit a local Yoga studio, or wellness center, for further information. If you have any concerns, you could set up an appointment with a Yoga teacher, and share your thoughts about your specific needs. Do research online to see what kinds of reviews the studio and teachers have received. For those looking for a gentle yoga practice in Philadelphia, there are many options.
There are many benefits you can expect from regularly attending Yoga classes, but the five of the most common benefits of Yoga are listed below. Choose a Yoga tea
cher who fits your needs and do not be pressured into taking a Yoga class that does not suit your lifestyle. Many vigorous, power, hot yoga classes can be very physically challenging so be prepared to work hard in your first class.
Reduce Stress through the practice of Yoga. This is a universal benefit of all styles of Yoga. If you have stress, when you walk into a Yoga class, you will have much less when you leave. You might feel sore or invigorated after your first class.Some Yoga schools use a variety of methods to purge stress from the body, but the most common are Pranayama (breath techniques), Asana (posture), Mantra (sound), Meditation, and Relaxation Techniques. After a few classes, you will know what works and what does not.
Positive Thinking is a by product of most yoga classes, with the rare exception of a dogmatic Yoga teacher. If you discover you are in the midst of a “drill sergeant,” disguised as a Yoga teacher, you have to make a decision based on your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Do you want to be challenged or do you want to feel supported during your class? Consider this: If you feel negative after listening to your Yoga teacher, you should not return to that class. You may find another Yoga teacher in the same facility or at another Yoga center.
Sleeping Better is a result of the first two, above-mentioned, Yoga benefits. For the most part, the physical styles of Yoga release muscle tension through Asana (movement) and Pranayama (controlled breath work). The less physical styles may focus on Mantra, Meditation, and Relaxation Techniques and often delve more into yogic philosophy.
Relief from Back Pain is a by product of the physical styles, but choose carefully. The more gentle Hatha Yoga sub-styles such as Restorative, Gentle, and Therapeutic Yoga, cater to students with a variety of ailments, including back pain. Styles such as Ashtanga are usually not a great choice for a yoga newbie since the adjustments can be quite aggressive.
Increased Muscle Tone is also a result of the physical styles of Yoga. If you are searching for a Hatha Yoga teacher, studio, or style, choose one that caters to your physical condition. Do not jump into a physically vigorous Yoga class, unless you are physically active. Most injuries, in the physical forms of Yoga occur, when students push themselves too far or the teacher does an inappropriate aggressive adjustment.
Yoga is a tool which allows us to experience our selves more fully and more richly. We are at a critical juncture in the evolution of our minds. The earth-wide environmental movement and internet are examples of the world coming together to form a global community. Lastly, have fun trying different yoga classes, until you find the right one for you, and never force yourself into a Yoga posture. Your best Yoga teachers are your body and mind. Listen to them, avoid pain, be safe, and you will be enjoying the benefits of yoga for years to come.
or 610-352-1177 for more information
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Jasmine aims to give more vitality, flexibility and play to you through interactive, gentle and joyful classes, romantic retreats, weekend retreats, in the Philadelphia area.
Jasmine offers beginner and introduction classes that connect you to a place of deep peace that leaves you feeling refreshed and renewed at wallet-friendly prices. She offers partner yoga, couples yoga classes, yoga meditation, prenatal yoga, gentle yoga for the stiff and inflexible and beginner yoga.
Classes are suitable for all body types and fitness levels. Yoga virgins and the stiff and inflexible are especially welcome. Classes, workshops and mini-day retreats are at several locations in the Metro Philadelphia area including Manayunk, Mt Airy, Havertown, and West Chester.