Yoga Always Renewing
Breathing Space Yoga & Wellness Services
541 Main St. E., Hamilton (Street parking, 2 in behind the bldg)
— Tannice will take one group of people (5) that wish to do yoga for a 6-week period together, or those wishing one-on-one classes.
— One-on-one classes are often liked by those people wishing to address personal areas they wish to focus on. Those might include: breathing, strengthening, flexibility, better balance, helping foot issues, shoulders, lower back, and even anxiety which may include (or not) meditation.
— Another reason you may wish to do one-on-one is to understand the postures more deeply and to see how they affect your own body. Adjustments and hands-on will be done depending on the postures and your understanding of them.
One-on-one class, 1.5 hr. for $75.
Bring your own group of five people, $10 each for 1.5 hr.
A 1.5 hour-long class is shorter than you think, especially when we take the time to move into postures, warming up the body fully, gently, slowly. Book ahead at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some support care workers have come because they had backs that were causing them a lot of pain. They were looking for ways to ease and strengthen areas of their own bodies, so they could keep helping others. They found ways to unravel, allowed the tension to leave and focused on themselves for a change. It's not selfish, it's necessary.
Yoga can be like walking in nature. There is that other rhythm — which I call nature — our hearts are naturally in sync with, and we can find it within at the end of a class.
Does your body need a change? Does your mind need to follow a different road with the breath? How is it that breath seems to unlock so much tension? In yoga, there are many breathing practices; some for getting more grounded in your body, for cooling you down in the heat of the summer, for warming up your digestive system so you digest better, and some to heat you in the winter. Yoga also helps to give us a feeling of space by slowing down the thoughts, and this has feedback to the body. When we feel it is safe to relax, tension drops away. A new clarity begins to arise. A treasure.
If your first experience of yoga was a class that was too fast, pushed you through poses, and you felt like you had "to keep up," or it felt like just another exercise class, come and give yoga a second chance. Hatha yoga is balance, not all hot, and not all stillness and cool. It is about awareness, alignment and is part of the unfolding into the wholeness of who you are.
Learn how yoga can support the body and settle the mind.