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The “Restorative Yoga” class is suitable for all, as long as you are able to climb the stairs to the attic yoga room. The class is open to complete beginners to yoga but is also suitable for people who have done a lot of yoga already.
These restorative yoga classes are physically very gentle, but the yoga is still powerfully effective. The emphasis in these classes is on gentle movement, rest and healing and would suit a physically fit person wanting to slow down and people recuperating from, for instance, surgery, illness or to assist in living with a condition. It is a safe and supportive environment for exploring where you are physically on the day and doing what is just right for you. They are also suitable for people who are simply very stiff and achy or perhaps with a chronic back condition or living with chronic pain.
Please call me to discuss these classes and their suitability for you. The classes are all taught in an attic up two flights of stairs. If that is not possible for you I will try to recommend another teacher with a class with better access.
What students say.......
“Yoga is so beneficial for me! Since I had a brain aneurysm my movement wasn’t so good but with the help of Rebecca it has improved no end. I have been going for a few years now and it is both invigorating and relaxing. Long may it continue!” Helen Loy
“Coming to Rebecca’s yoga class has played a vital role in improving my mental and physical well being since recovering from breast cancer. I am uplifted and relaxed after each class and have learnt so many tools for improving my general health and body awareness. I can’t recommend her teaching enough!” Caroline Pudner
Yoga and Chronic Pain and rehabilitation
I believe that understanding how and why we experience pain, can help enormously in reducing all pain, including chronic pain.
I have attended the Neuro Orthopaedic Institutes (NOI) Explain Pain Course. The video talks below by Professor Lorimer Moseley and David Butler of the Noi group are fascinating and funny. They clearly and simply explain about how pain comes about, the role of the brain in pain and changes we can make in our life to reduce all pain.
Sensible yoga postures (perhaps even starting with visualisation, then paced appropriately and practiced with awareness), meditation techniques, breathing practices and yoga nidra deep relaxation can be part of the process of reducing chronic pain in our lives. All the classes I teach, take into consideration the principles talked about in the videos below. The Restorative yoga class on Thursdays at 2pm is particularly suitable for people experiencing chronic pain, but also some of my Tuesday evening and Sunday morning workshops and other weekly classes may be suitable too. Please contact me for more information.
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