Saturday 30th May 2015
10 – 4 p.m.
at Winchfield Village Hall, RG27 8BX
The session to include practice, theory and meditation
Suitable for beginners and the more experienced Yoga student
Enquiries: Jane Roberson firstname.lastname@example.org
Fiona Wells email@example.com
SATURDAY 21st FEBRUARY 2015
Exploring Yoga Techniques for Cleansing and Healing (Kriyas demystified)
The day will include:
practice, theory and meditation
10 – 4 p.m.
Winchfield Village Hall RG27 8BX
Please bring packed lunch— drinks will be provided
Jane : 01256 762891 or 07743 914277
firstname.lastname@example.org – www.janerobersonyoga.co.uk
Fiona: 01256 761353
email@example.com – www.fionawellsyoga.com
Saturday 1st November 2014
10am – 4pm
Winchfield Village Hall RG27 8BX
Join Jane and I in an investigation into Yoga and Ayurveda and discover what type of yoga you should be practicing for your constitution or personality. The day will include practice, theory and meditation.
Bring a packed lunch – drinks will be provided.
Booking and enquiries:
Fiona Wells: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jane Roberson: email@example.com
At Winchfield Village Hall, RG27 8BX
7th August – 4th September
Each evening a different tutor will share their yoga with you.
The sessions are suitable for everyone – from beginners to the more advanced.
Cost: £10 per session – No Need to book
Saturday 31st May 2014
Winchfield Village Hall RG27 9BX
The day will include yoga practice, theory and meditation and is open to all interested yoga students.
For more information and booking contact Fiona 01256 761353 firstname.lastname@example.org
I am tutoring a British Wheel of Yoga training day for teachers or student teachers on ways to safely integrate pregnant women into a normal yoga class. It takes place on Sunday 3rd November at North Baddesley Village Hall, Botley Rd., Nr. Romsey, SO52 9DT. For further details and booking please contact Marie Fitzgerald on 07905 233175 or email email@example.com
This day is for anyone who enjoys yoga, whether teachers or class students – a get-together in good company with a variety of teachers.
Join me (Fiona Wells), Michael Hutchinson, Anne Henwood, and Jane Roberson at Zebon Copse Centre, Danvers Drive, Church Crookham, GU52 0ZE
10.30 a.m. – 2.30 p.m.
BWY members £10
For more information and booking, please contact June Milner on 01252 675672 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga classes will be held on Thursday evenings, 7.30-9.00pm, throughout August. Each week a different, local teacher will be taking the class, there is no need to book – just arrive in good time. Beginners will be made very welcome. Let the Tutor know if you are new to Yoga or if you have any ailment/condition which may affect your yoga practice.
Pregnancy is a wonderful time to start yoga. You are naturally very aware and interested in your body during this time and yoga provides just the right mix of exercise, relaxation and reflection to enable you to really enjoy this special time. Yoga prepares you for the birth of your baby and helps you recover afterwards.
How does Yoga prepare you for pregnancy and childbirth?
Here are a few of the benefits of coming to Yoga classes:
• Establish a good posture so that you can carry your baby without strain.
• Build confidence in your body and instincts enabling you to take responsibility for your own health and well being.
• Gently strengthen your body so that you can adopt best possible postures for labour and birth.
• Promote awareness of the pelvic floor in preparation for birth and recovery afterwards.
• Learn breathing techniques to nourish you and your baby during pregnancy, cope with the pain of labour, and facilitate the process of birthing.
• Practice rhythmical movements that aid circulation of blood, ease discomforts and can also be used to cope with the process of labour.
• Practice deep relaxation helping you to combat fatigue during periods of insomnia and deal with stress and tension. During labour, deep relaxation prevents fear, tension and pain spiralling out of control.
• Learn about positions you can adopt to help get your baby in just the right position for birth.
• Yoga practice may lessen your chances of complications arising, thus reducing the amount of medical intervention necessary.
• Find group support, encouragement and friendship from other members of the class.
• Give yourself time to enjoy your pregnancy and bond with your growing baby.
Minor discomforts of pregnancy may be relieved by yoga practice, for example:
• Back pain, including sciatica
• Pelvic Girdle Pain
• Stress and anxiety
• Emotional disturbance
• Varicose veins and haemorrhoids
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• Feeling breathless
I intend to write about each of these points in more detail, sharing some tips and helpful yoga techniques.
Please feel free to get in contact or drop in to my Yoga For Pregnancy class in Hook, Hampshire.