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New Yoga Classes at Sawmills Village Hall

by Linda Philo

Holistic Hatha Yoga with Sue logo

Yoga is an holistic practice that benefits the health and wellbeing of the mind, body and emotional (spiritual) aspects of our being. Often in life we can feel fragmented and unbalanced causing our bodies to feel strained and tired, our minds unable to think clearly and our emotional or spiritual self to feel unsettled, restless and even dissatisfied with our lives. Yoga helps to unite our entire being so that we feel whole and completed therefore improving not only our physical health but also our emotional and mental health.

Sawmills Village Hall Classes

Address:

Sawmills Village Hall, Ripley Road, Sawmills, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 2JQ

  • Located on A610 opposite Sawmills Village shop/post office
  • Car parking is available and free to those attending yoga lessons

Monday’s 10.30am to 12pm Sawmills

Hatha Yoga Class  

  • Suitable for beginners, all ages and abilities
  • Suitable for those over 12 weeks pregnant

Class Dates: 

  • Classes resume on 6th January 2020 

Tuesdays 2pm to 3.30pm Sawmills

Hatha Yoga Class  

  • Suitable for beginners, all ages and abilities
  • Suitable for those over 12 weeks pregnant

Class Dates: 

  • Classes resume on 7th January 2020 

New Class Starting 7 January 2020

Tuesdays 7pm to 8.30pm Sawmills

Hatha Yoga Class  

  • Suitable for beginners, all ages and abilities
  • Suitable for those over 12 weeks pregnant 

Wednesday’s 10.15am to 11.45am Sawmills

Zen Yoga moving practices and philosophy are combined together to create a slow and expressive form of practice.

  • This class is suitable for all ages and ability
  • This practice does have its own challenges providing deeper benefits.  

Class Dates: 

  • Classes resume on 8th January 2020

Wednesday’s 7pm to 8.30pm Sawmills

Vinyasa Yoga means moving with the breath. This means that postures are flowed together by a series of movements as you breath. 

This is a more energetic style of Hatha Yoga providing an aerobic style of practice that will increase both heart and breathing rates.

  • This class is not suitable for beginners
  • This class is currently suitable for people who attend either regular yoga or physical exercise class or a sporting activity

Class Dates: 

  • Classes resume on 8th January 2020

Prices:

Taster Class: £8.00p per person per class

Sawmills Yoga Class Pass

If you like our classes and you would like to have a permanent place in our classes, why not become a member of our Sawmills Class by purchasing our Sawmills Yoga Class Pass for £2.00p 

Benefits of the Sawmills Yoga Class Pass: 

  • You pay £6.00p per class you attend
  • Ensures you have a permanent place in the class of your choice
  • You can attend any of our other classes if you cannot attend your usual weekly class and still pay £6.00p for that class
  • If it is more convenient for you, you can pay for your classes as a four week block price, for example: - £6.00p X four weeks prepayment = £24.00p 

What to wear/bring

  • It is best to wear loose comfortable clothing
  • Please bring a non-slip mat, ideally a yoga mat and a small blanket
  • Try not to eat at least 2 hours before a class
  • Last but not least — bring an open mind and heart 
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