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Teen Yoga

Classes

Beginners classes are for those clients who are new to yoga, haven’t got a regular practice or for those who want to go back to basics to make sure they are doing everything they can to care for their bodies during classes...Read More

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Yoga Therapy

Yoga Workshops & retreats

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Reiki

ReiKi

Reiki means "Universal Life Energy” and is made up of two Japanese words "Rei" and "ki".

"Rei" means both universal, in the sense of everywhere, and also spiritual wisdom, and "ki" means the same as prana or chi, i.e. the vital life force within every living thing... Read More

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Meditation

Meditation

Meditation, is this the answer to many of the problems of modern day life? Meditate and be calm could be a mantra for modern day living.

Meditation and Mindfulness are becoming more and more popular as people look for ways to become more resilient... Read More

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Yoga4Health

Yoga4Health

The Yoga in Healthcare Alliance has created a 10 week course being delivered across the UK. It was originally commissioned as a Social Prescribing intervention for 300 patients by West London CCG. It is supported by the College of Medicine and evaluated by University ofWestminster Researchers.

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Teen Yoga

Teen Yoga

Yoga for teenagers focuses on what yoga techniques will assist them in their individual growth –physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

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Types Of Yoga

Casa Shred
Casa Shred is a cross-training combination of yoga and HIIT (high intensity interval training) created by fitness and yoga expert, Sadie Nardini. You'll experience a full body, cardio workout that takes vinyasa yoga as a starting point. This low impact workout is kind to your body but with amazing results. Usually this would be taught in a class setting but 1-2-1’s are also available.
Casa Tanga
Casa Tanga takes the well known Ashtanga yoga style which is often very fast and can be overwhelming for students, and slows the sequences down. This allows the student time to make the most of each movement in a controlled way and at the same time be conscious of the inhale and exhale of the breath. Resulting in a more grounded embodied experience.
Casa Hatha
Casa Hatha is a combination of asanas (postures) designed to align and calm the body, mind and spirit. Traditionally used in preparation for meditation.
Casa Vinyasa
Casa Vinyasa is a sequence of postures put together so that they flow smoothly from one to the other whilst integrating the breath into the movements
Casa Yin
Casa Yin is a series of long-held passive postures centred around the hips, pelvis, lower spine and thighs. Poses are held for up to 20 breaths enabling the student to surrender into the pose. This results in a deeper sense of the body, a stronger release of the muscles, connective tissue and fascia which allows tension to dissipate and energy to flow. Most of these asanas are on the floor so there is a strong feeling of being grounded and connection to the earth.
Casa yoga for Sport and Athletes
Casa Yoga for Sport and Athletes - sports yoga is whole-body flexibility and functional movement training. It’s inspired by yoga, but adapted for sport, the purpose is to help you move freely, fluidly & efficiently. Increasing performance whilst helping to minimise injuries. Individual plans will be devised for groups or on a 1-2-1 basis dependant upon the chosen sport or activity performed. Available from Sept 2020
Casa Nidra
Casa Nidra aims to guide you into a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping in which the body is completely relaxed. The student becomes systematically and increasingly aware of their inner world by following a set of verbal instructions spoken by the instructor. This promotes deep rest and relaxation, calming the nervous system, reducing stress and enabling better overall health.

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