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Today I passed my NKT exam thanks to the extra time I’ve had through isolation, It’s not been easy but I’ve worked my butt off for this & am so utterly relived I’ve finally certified!🙌🏻 - Grateful to my husband Lee Hickman for the support & of course being my exam body .. I literally couldnt have done it without you.
Neurokinetic Therapy has been such an eyeopener for me, it certainly has changed the way I think about pain within the body & has refined my assessment skills like crazy!
This Therapy has become a game changer for myself as a practitioner. I have found tremendous success with this new technique in a very short period of time. However, there is still much to learn and practice with this protocol. It takes time to master the intuitive skill of muscle palpation and manual muscle test.
Bring on the 2nd year !!
As we enter June, I want to thank anyone who read the #mindfulnessmay posts. I was surprised at how hard I found it 'putting myself out there', fearful of people's opinions and judgement. I hope that you have found at least one thing useful and maybe thought about your own unique ways of being in the present moment.

Todays #gratitude: For having the means to talk about something I have so beneficial in my own life. #namaste
- MINDFULNESS MAY - Day 31
For my final day I want to talk about of my favorite ways to be mindful - food!

I love food so much but I used to always eat without thinking - inhaling food and wondering where it's gone, barely remembering ​what it tasted like. Devastating. Here are some thoughts to on how to enjoy your food more and make better choices.

1. Hungry? What does that really mean? Noticing the sensations and explore your feelings around it. Learning to accept and tolerate hunger will help us to not eat food we don’t really need.
2. As you prepare to eat, notice the textures, sounds, smells and what everything looks like in front of you. Even if this is peeling open a packet!
3. When you take a bite, notice the temperature, the texture and all the different tastes. How does the food feel on your fork or in your hand, then how it feels in your mouth. Notice you how you chew, using your lips, tongue and teeth. Take your time.
4. When you pause or finish again become aware of your body. Notice the feelings of fullness, or emptiness, any movement in your body or any tastes that linger.

Learn to savor the process from start to end!

Today's #gratitude: After catching up on some sleep I spent the afternoon in the sun and went for dinner with Andrews parents. I did my fair share of food appreciation!
What are you #grateful for today?

#MHAW17#mindfulnessmay
- MINDFULNESS MAY - Day 29

What is #nadishodhana?

Also known as alternate nostril breathing, it is a balancing breath; used to quiet the mind before meditation or sleep.

There is no need to force the breathing; try and keep the flow gentle and natural. Keep the mouth closed and breathing quiet - this not a practice for Ujjayi breath.

1. Take your right hand and place the thumb on your right nostril, your index (1st) and middle (2nd+3rd) finger on your forehead and the ring (4th) finger over the left nostril. We will use the ring finger to open or close the left nostril and thumb for the right nostril.
2. To prepare, press your thumb down on the right nostril and breathe out gently through the left nostril. Place the fingers very lightly, there is no need to apply any pressure - just enough to occluded the air flow.
3. Breathe in through left nostril and then gently press the left nostril with the ring finger.
4. Remove the thumb from the right nostril and breathe out from the right.
5. Breathe in from the right nostril, gently press the right nostril with the thumb and exhale from the left.
6. You have now completed one round - Continue inhaling and exhaling from alternate nostrils for another 9 rounds (10 total)

The pattern for one round is: inhale left - exhale right - inhale right - exhale left.

Today's #gratitude: I really enjoy cooking and using new ingredients. The picture shows the beans I used in today's chilli. They are almost too pretty to cook! On to of that I got to see beautiful @shinbelle for a cuppa today. Such a lovely treat!

What are you #grateful for today?
- MINDFULNESS MAY - Day 28
What is #Ujjayi breathing?

This variation of #pranayama is used to lengthen both your inhale and exhale by gently constricting the opening of the throat. Gently pulling the breath in and gently pushing the breath out against this mild resistance creates a smooth and soothing sound that sounds like the rolling waves of the ocean. This is infact another of it's names; oceanic breathing or victorious breath. However it has also been compared to Darth Vader from Star Wars' breathing... - With your mouth open, try exhaling the sound “HAAAAH”—it’s similar to the sound you make when you’re trying to fog up a mirror. - Now close your mouth and attempt to repeat this sound but instead feeling the air pass through your nose.
- Once you have mastered this on your exhale, use the same method for your inhale - gently constricting the back of your throat as you inhale the sound "SOOOOH". I personally use this breath to calm my nerves. I find the slow and rhythmic noise peaceful and cathartic. However Ujjayi is also useful when you’re doing aerobic exercise such as running or cycling as a way to improve your respiratory efficiency.
This pranayama is fantastic as an anchor because it gives you something to concentrate on both physically and audibly, helping you stay focused and centered. If used in conjunction with yoga, losing control of this breath during your practice means you are likely pushing yourself too far. It's a sign its time to reign yourself in and keep yourself safe.
Here is a lovely article that explains this breath further: www.ekhartyoga.com/articles/a-guide-to-ujjayi-breath

Today's #gratitude: After 15 hours sleep (yes, you heard me right!) I spent the afternoon with Andrews family eating delicious food courtesy of @colin.verona and @allegrachick. Fat and happy today!
What are you #grateful for today?

#MHAW17 #mindfulnessmay
- MINDFULNESS MAY - Day 27
How can I start #Pranayama?

One of the first things to learn is a teqhnique called Deerga Swasam. This technique teaches you sequentially breathing with all areas of the lungs.

1. the abdomen
2. the ribcage, and
3. the chest.

This technique should always be comfortable; gradually deepen your breath over time. Try starting with 5 minutes during which your breaths become longer and deeper as you utilise more of your body.

Inhalation:
1. Send the air to the bottom of the lungs by filling the abdomen.
2. Expand the ribcage
3. Finally, fill up the chest - at the top of the inhale, the chest should lift up gently.

Exhalation:
1. Relax the chest, releasing the air naturally.
2. Relax the ribcage
3. Pull in the belly all the way in to complete the exhale.

To deepen your practice and concentration, begin to count how many seconds you are taking to inhale and exhale. Gradually, increase your breaths one second at a time. With time you can work towards a 12:24 ratio of a 12 seconds inhale and a 24 seconds exhale.

TOP TIP: To really connect with your body, place one hand on your belly and the other on your chest. Focus on feeling the movement underneath your hands the the correct order.

Today's #gratitude: I'm struggling to sleep post nights but that did mean I was awake to witness this mornings #thunderstorm 🌩⚡
What are you #grateful for today?

#MHAW17 #mindfulnessmay
- MINDFULNESS MAY - Day 24
What are the benefits of #pranayama?

There is increasingly more and more research studies documenting controlled breathing being beneficial for depression, anxiety, PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder), COPD (chronic destructive pulmonary disease), and asthma. But why?

It is thought that deep breathing stimulates the main nerve in the parasympathetic nervous system, the vagus nerve. This increases neurotransmitters in the brain which ripples out to the body to reduce anxiety, slow down your heart rate and lower your blood pressure. This process of 'rest and digest' counters the overstimulation our bodies go through during the 'fight or flight' response caused by daily stress.

On a physical level these techniques teach us to utilise and strengthen the whole range of our respiratory organs including our intercostal muscles, abdominal muscles and diaphragm. We become more efficient at allowing higher volumes of oxygen to reach the body’s cells and tissue. This increased supply to the body can help improve your performance, concentration, memory and will power. In addition, deep breathing is more relaxing as there is less strain on the muscles of the neck and upper chest.
As mentioned yesterday, the mind, body, and breath are intimately connected and can influence each other. So what are you waiting for!? .
Today's #gratitude:
I am grateful that I grew up in the countryside surrounded by nature and open air. I learnt up be comfortable in my own company and being outside still brings me so much comfort.

What are you #grateful for today?

#MHAW17 #mindfulnessmay
- MINDFULNESS MAY - Day 23
Have you ever paid attention to your breathing when your have felt anxious or angry?
Your breathing will fall into a rapid shallow pattern that even recreating intentionally will make your mind start to panic.

"The mind is the king of the senses but the breath is the king of the mind" B.K.S Iyengar

Our breathing is very closely linked to our emotional state; by taking the time to be mindful of our breathing we can alter how we are feeling. One way we can achieve this mastery is through practicing pranayama.

What is #pranayama?
'Prana' means life force or breathing; on the inhale, our breathing brings in oxygen for the creation of energy in our cells and on the exhale, releases the waste product carbon dioxide. 'Ayama' translates as "to extend or draw out". Combine the two and this Sanskrit word means breath control.

Pranayama is a set of breathing techniques where the breath is intentionally altered in order to produce specific results.
There are many different types of techniques but they all require mastery of these four aspects of the breath:

1. Exhalation (rechaka)
2. Inhalation (puraka)
3. Breath retention after inhalation (ontara kumbhaka)
4. Breath retention after exhalation (bahya kumbhaka)

Not only is breathwork free, it can help you reconnect with your body and and move your focus away from the chatter of your mind.

Today's #gratitude: When I am working nightshifts, as I am at the moment, I like to focus and be thankful on the simple things in life. Like a really great coffee and accidental faces in my food that make me smile.

What are you #grateful for today?

Innovation in Yoga based in Southampton, UK. Classes include Target Training, Sports Recovery, Foundations in Aerodynamic Yoga and Aerodynamic Yoga; The Practice.

Beginners courses and workshops available The principles of Aerodynamic Yoga centre around energy efficiency in movement and thought; the attitude behind the action. We study ways that we can use gravity, (the original down force), to enhance postures by determining where is the best position for our centre of gravity in the posture. We study how we can activate down force and increase our stabili

Operating as usual

23/07/2021

Saturday 24th at 11.15am:
COFFEE BREAK MEDITATION...
...both online and in the studio...
Tomorrow's theme: Keeping the Faith
If you want to attend the session in the studio please arrive at 11am to pay (£8) and get your mug for Retro Cafe to fill with a coffee of your choice...coffee is included in the price.
All profits are donated to the mental health charities: Solent Mind & Papyrus Hopeline.
Online: sign up at aerodynamicyoga.com and go to the webinars page to select the session (£3.50)

Saturday 24th at 11.15am:
COFFEE BREAK MEDITATION...
...both online and in the studio...
Tomorrow's theme: Keeping the Faith
If you want to attend the session in the studio please arrive at 11am to pay (£8) and get your mug for Retro Cafe to fill with a coffee of your choice...coffee is included in the price.
All profits are donated to the mental health charities: Solent Mind & Papyrus Hopeline.
Online: sign up at aerodynamicyoga.com and go to the webinars page to select the session (£3.50)

22/07/2021

FEELING HOT, HOT, HOT!!...
I know but the flowers are loving it.
It's lovely and cool downstairs with plenty of air flowing through and still only 6 people maximum in each class...
I hope to see you on the mat soon.
H x

FEELING HOT, HOT, HOT!!...
I know but the flowers are loving it.
It's lovely and cool downstairs with plenty of air flowing through and still only 6 people maximum in each class...
I hope to see you on the mat soon.
H x

19/07/2021

I am still playing it #COVIDSAFE
at the studio so maximum numbers in any class are now 6...
There's space in tonight's 7pm Core Yoga session and it's really cool down here in the studio...

I am still playing it #COVIDSAFE
at the studio so maximum numbers in any class are now 6...
There's space in tonight's 7pm Core Yoga session and it's really cool down here in the studio...

Poem #11 Miracle Cure 09/07/2021

Poem #11 Miracle Cure

I still finish my shower with a cold burst of water in the mornings and found that I was lacking in iron which has helped me overcome my long COVID symptoms...
But I haven't thrown out the supplements just yet!
Enjoy this ode to vitamins!

Poem #11 Miracle Cure So, the blood tests have come back and with markedly low white blood cell count it appears that I did in fact have COVID in March of 2020. The reason for the...

[07/07/21]   Don't forget how good yoga makes you feel...
Book your place in a class today!

Acting On Impulse 06/07/2021

Acting On Impulse

For some of us, impulsive behaviour is simply part of our DNA: an untamed, rebellious streak of spontaneity, and whilst often it results in just a pampering purchase to prop up our emotional state, sometimes this tendency can have dire consequences...

Acting On Impulse When was the last time you acted on impulse, say for example, bought something you didn't need but loved, perhaps also with the knowledge that you could take it back to the shop if you changed your…

05/07/2021

More class availability for week of July 5th...

Tuesday 6th: 10am Back STR8 (1)

Wednesday 7th: 9.30am Core Yoga (1) & 6.30pm The Practice (1)

Thursday 8th: 5.30pm Physical Engineering (3) & 7pm R&R (1)

Saturday 10th: 8am The Practice (4) & Coffee Break Meditation (4)

(no. of places available)

Text: 07717188845 to book

More class availability for week of July 5th...

Tuesday 6th: 10am Back STR8 (1)

Wednesday 7th: 9.30am Core Yoga (1) & 6.30pm The Practice (1)

Thursday 8th: 5.30pm Physical Engineering (3) & 7pm R&R (1)

Saturday 10th: 8am The Practice (4) & Coffee Break Meditation (4)

(no. of places available)

Text: 07717188845 to book

[07/05/21]   CLASS AVAILABILITY THIS WEEK...
today 7pm Core Yoga has one mat free.
Text: 07717188845 to book

Coffee Break Meditation 02/07/2021

Coffee Break Meditation

https://www.aerodynamicyoga.com/coffee-break-meditation/
Starting Saturday 10th July, meditation to make a difference.

Coffee Break Meditation The Coffee Break Meditation session started life online with the idea of thinking about meditating as you might think about making a cup of coffee; an habitual process that requires little preparation.

Just Press Play 29/06/2021

Just Press Play

Here's hoping for July 19th! https://www.aerodynamicyoga.com/just-press-play/

Just Press Play I have contemplated the word 'normal' throughout this year and its add-on: new as in 'new normal'. I struggled to see the 'new normal' as anything but a restriction on the freedom to enjoy life.

15/06/2021

New Timetable for July
Starting from 5th July the classes will be pay as you go with numbers still restricted to 4 people per class.
Booking is essential and priority will be given to those who pay in advance.
A monthly pass of 4 classes is £44 and you can practice again according to your working schedule.
Contact me on 07717188845 to check availability and reserve your place.
I hope to see you soon
H x

New Timetable for July
Starting from 5th July the classes will be pay as you go with numbers still restricted to 4 people per class.
Booking is essential and priority will be given to those who pay in advance.
A monthly pass of 4 classes is £44 and you can practice again according to your working schedule.
Contact me on 07717188845 to check availability and reserve your place.
I hope to see you soon
H x

*New FREE Session* Monthly Meet-Up 07/06/2021

*New FREE Session* Monthly Meet-Up

FREE SESSION TODAY

*New FREE Session* Monthly Meet-Up This new on-line session is aimed at keeping you abreast of all the news from the studio and online platform, regarding future up-coming events. It is also a great way for us to keep in touch and…

Poem #7 Pimp My Mind 14/05/2021

Poem #7 Pimp My Mind

MENTAL RENOVATIONS
During lockdown it seemed at times like my mind was like a rundown house that needed a little TLC. We have to adapt to a situation a little like redecorating our thoughts and pimping their processes...
And so I wrote a poem about that called Pimp My Mind!

Poem #7 Pimp My Mind The past year gave me plenty of time to think...too much time really. It allowed me to venture into the recesses of my mind and explore those parts that have...

Poem #6: Satisfaction Guaranteed 11/05/2021

Poem #6: Satisfaction Guaranteed

Can't Get No Satisfaction?
Discontentment is bred from our relationship with the verb ' to deserve'. In my humble opinion this verb does a disservice to our mental and emotional health and wellbeing.
Anyway, as we loosening the prescribed parameters of our life with COVID-19, I wish you all a contented life with Satisfaction Guaranteed!

Poem #6: Satisfaction Guaranteed This poem's theme is SATISFACTION and essentially, why it seems that frequently we can’t seem to get any. Remember my observations are very personal but I li...

Online Yoga - On Demand - Aerodynamic Yoga 19/04/2021

Online Yoga - On Demand - Aerodynamic Yoga

TODAY'S LIVE ONLINE SESSION IS...
Long COVID Recovery Yoga with breathing exercises to help manage breathlessness, supported strengthening postures to inspire more mitochondria and meditation for energy management.
To subscribe sign up at aerodynamicyoga.com and go to the webinars page.
The price is £3.50 and the session starts at 12pm for 45 minutes.
We'll get through this together.
H x

Online Yoga - On Demand - Aerodynamic Yoga Unlimited access to a unique playlist of exclusive Aerodynamic Yoga, Video Pod Classes

Life Is A Game 16/04/2021

Life Is A Game

FEEL GOOD FRIDAY
What a fabulous week I've had! Studio open for treatments and a birthday on Tuesday.
It's been great to see people out enjoying themselves in Bedford Place, (although social distancing seems like it's a thing of the past which it actually isn't yet!)
However, the sun is shining and it certainly is a day for feeling good so, here's my latest poetry offering: LIFE IS A GAME.
Remember you can watch me recite the poem on my YouTube channel A Stitch In Rhyme.
Enjoy 😉

Life Is A Game Einstein said: Coincidence is God’s way of remaining anonymous, and whether or not you believe that there is a greater force conducting this melee of mankind, chances are that you will have…

Long COVID Recovery Session 15/04/2021

Long COVID Recovery Session

STARTING NEXT WEEK...
Online long COVID recovery yoga sessions which will incorporate targeted muscle strengthening, specific breathing exercises & techniques, and meditation all to help rebalance our overall energy levels and give us a fighting chance of full recovery.
You do not need to subscribe to the monthly Podclasses to join these sessions.
Simply visit the website (link below) and sign up then go to Webinars to register for the sessions.

Long COVID Recovery Session When I am suffering an episode of long COVID I might wake up with considerable pain in my wrists and unexplained aches in my hips and back. I can go for days feeling constantly nauseous with a…

Paul Garner: on his recovery from long covid - The BMJ 15/04/2021

Paul Garner: on his recovery from long covid - The BMJ

RECOVERY FROM LONG COVID...
Those of us managing the episodic symptoms of long COVID have been encouraged not to overdo physical exercise and avoid excessive mental tasking.
Here is an encouraging blog post by Paul Garner who is in recovery from severe long COVID symptoms...
https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2021/01/25/paul-garner-on-his-recovery-from-long-covid/

Paul Garner: on his recovery from long covid - The BMJ We need to listen to communities of people who have recovered from illness, says Paul Garner I loved my job, had good friends, and felt as high as a [...]More...

09/04/2021

LIVE SESSIONS (2)
The second week of the Coffee ☕ Break Meditation sessions sees us contemplating, over a freshly brewed cup of coffee, how we define a 'normal' state and why the brain needs to create this predictable state.
We then follow this with a meditation to help reinforce the brain's perceptive processes.
The 45 minute online session starts at 11am and costs only £3.50.
Sign up at www.aerodynamicyoga.com and go to the Webinars page to join. You don't need to be a regular subscriber to attend these sessions.

LIVE SESSIONS (2)
The second week of the Coffee ☕ Break Meditation sessions sees us contemplating, over a freshly brewed cup of coffee, how we define a 'normal' state and why the brain needs to create this predictable state.
We then follow this with a meditation to help reinforce the brain's perceptive processes.
The 45 minute online session starts at 11am and costs only £3.50.
Sign up at www.aerodynamicyoga.com and go to the Webinars page to join. You don't need to be a regular subscriber to attend these sessions.

09/04/2021

LIVE SESSIONS (1)
Tomorrow morning at 9.30am I will be guiding you through the physical engineering of Side Bending Postures.
Whether standing or seated, it helps us to understand the key components necessary for their safe construction.
To sign up for this 75 minutes session, go to www.aerodynamicyoga.com and click on the Webinars page. You don't have to be a regular subscriber to join this session and at £6 it's great value too!

LIVE SESSIONS (1)
Tomorrow morning at 9.30am I will be guiding you through the physical engineering of Side Bending Postures.
Whether standing or seated, it helps us to understand the key components necessary for their safe construction.
To sign up for this 75 minutes session, go to www.aerodynamicyoga.com and click on the Webinars page. You don't have to be a regular subscriber to join this session and at £6 it's great value too!

[04/05/21]   YOGA CLASSES AT THE STUDIO.
I just want to clarify that, whilst gyms can open their doors from April 12th 2021, I can ONLY book One2One Yoga sessions from next week. The group yoga classes can ( hopefully) resume on or after 17th May with group class bubbles as before.
The appointment book for massage IS open for bookings from 12th April onwards.
Very much looking forward to seeing you soon.
Heather x

Poem #4: Pixelated Perception 03/04/2021

Poem #4: Pixelated Perception

A POEM FOR EASTER...
We're hoping for a clear view on the road ahead...
Just watch out for the toad in the road!

Poem #4: Pixelated Perception This poem's topic is the process of awareness of sensory information that enables us to form a picture or viewpoint of the world around us: our PERCEPTION.Pe...

Poem #3: It's Alright For You 26/03/2021

Poem #3: It's Alright For You

We all feel at times that someone else's life is easier than ours. This is normal. But this narrative is ultimately harmful...
And so I wrote a poem!

Poem #3: It's Alright For You The theme for this poem is COMPARISONS and how we compare ourselves with others.This actually came about as a result of something a client said to me in a yo...

A Brief Versical History of Yoga 19/03/2021

A Brief Versical History of Yoga

And if you want to find out more about what inspired the poem and read the poem transcript, here it is...

A Brief Versical History of Yoga This is a brief history of how yoga came to be, with a little poetic licence from me. It also explains how I got my inspiration for the title of this category, A Stitch In Rhyme.

Poem #2: A Versical History of Yoga 19/03/2021

Poem #2: A Versical History of Yoga

Here's the second poem for your delight. If you ever wondered how we went from the philosophical yoga sutras to Downward Facing Dog watch the video...poetic licence of course!

Poem #2: A Versical History of Yoga As I previously mentioned I’m a yoga teacher, and I want to stress that you don’t have to have practiced yoga to watch and understand this presentation. I sp...

Salute to the Sun in Rhyme 18/03/2021

Salute to the Sun in Rhyme

THE DAYS ARE GETTING LONGER...
so let's all say a big hello 👋 to the sun with a few rounds of the Sun Salutation...and I wrote a poem about it too...

Salute to the Sun in Rhyme After my workshop dedicated to the Sun Salutation warm-up sequence I was moved to write a poem!

What's My Definition? Poem 16/03/2021

What's My Definition? Poem

WELCOME TO MY NEW YOU TUBE POETRY CHANNEL...
Ultimately I have been writing quite a few poems and so I thought it would be a good idea to recite them on my own YouTube channel, called A Stitch In Rhyme.
Here's the first one called What's My Definition? Please remember to give me the thumbs up 👍, share and subscribe to see more witty observational poems like this one

What's My Definition? Poem My name is Heather Langley, and I am a yoga teacher…Conjures up an image doesn’t it? Yoga Teacher. I appreciate that there are preconceived ideas of what yog...

Unwanted Viral Post 05/03/2021

Unwanted Viral Post

GOING VIRAL
The symptoms that follow a viral infection can sometimes be more debilitating than the virus itself. Explanations and techniques to help you cope...

Unwanted Viral Post Post viral symptoms explained with some methods for combatting their ill effects.

Well versed in Meditation 05/03/2021

Well versed in Meditation

FEEL GOOD FRIDAY POEM...
Today the spotlight falls on meditation 🧘‍♀️...

Well versed in Meditation Poetry in Meditation.

Psoas? So what! 04/03/2021

Psoas? So what!

LIVE SESSION ON SUNDAY...
Do you frequently sit like this? Then roll out your mat this Sunday and let's get into the nitty gritty of the key Psoas muscle. Q: What does this muscle have in common with a suspension bridge? Clue: FORCE!
Only £5 for the 75 minutes workshop. Visit aerodynamicyoga.com to subscribe.

Psoas? So what! Workshop 7/3/21: The importance of the Psoas muscle cannot be underestimated, and its effects on our health and well-being can be significant.

What is epigenetics? - Carlos Guerrero-Bosagna 01/03/2021

What is epigenetics? - Carlos Guerrero-Bosagna

A SHORTER VIDEO...
Visually helps to reinforce what Courtney Griffins detailed in her TED talk...

What is epigenetics? - Carlos Guerrero-Bosagna View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-the-choices-you-make-can-affect-your-genes-carlos-guerrero-bosagnaHere’s a conundrum: Identical twins origina...

Epigenetics and the influence of our genes | Courtney Griffins | TEDxOU 01/03/2021

Epigenetics and the influence of our genes | Courtney Griffins | TEDxOU

WHAT I'M LEARNING ABOUT TODAY...
I've signed up to futurelearn.com and am currently working my way through a course entitled: An Introduction to Psychology. It's really interesting.
Today I have started The Biology of Psychology section and have just watched this fascinating video which I wanted to share with you...enjoy!

Epigenetics and the influence of our genes | Courtney Griffins | TEDxOU This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED conferences.Because we want to understand what genes are required for blood vess...

26/02/2021

IS IT A PROP?
Ask the dog! Animals will regularly use furniture to support their posture but when practicing yoga at home what can you use?
A free live session this Saturday at 11am will help you decide on the best prop for the posture by understanding what you want to do with the force that the posture generates. THIS SESSION IS FREE😃 so register online at aerodynamicyoga.com and go to the webinars page. Click on the What is a Prop? Live Session to ensure you receive the link on Saturday. And you can interact with me throughout the session using the chat feature. Yay!🧏

IS IT A PROP?
Ask the dog! Animals will regularly use furniture to support their posture but when practicing yoga at home what can you use?
A free live session this Saturday at 11am will help you decide on the best prop for the posture by understanding what you want to do with the force that the posture generates. THIS SESSION IS FREE😃 so register online at aerodynamicyoga.com and go to the webinars page. Click on the What is a Prop? Live Session to ensure you receive the link on Saturday. And you can interact with me throughout the session using the chat feature. Yay!🧏

Well Versed in Core Yoga 26/02/2021

Well Versed in Core Yoga

Your FEEL GOOD FRIDAY verse today is a good old fashioned limerick. Read it and weep..with laughter

Well Versed in Core Yoga A Core Yoga Limerick…

Free Live Session 24/02/2021

Free Live Session

FREE LIVE SESSION: SAT 27TH FEB
At 11am get propped up with this free 40 minutes session. You don't have to be a paid subscriber either. Read on for more information...

Free Live Session You don't have to be a subscriber to attend the free live session!

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Yoga classes, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Therapy, Reflexology, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Aromatherapy

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Target Health Group, Lower Ground Floor, 76 Bedford Place
Southampton
SO15 2DF

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 21:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 21:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 21:00
Thursday 07:00 - 21:00
Friday 07:00 - 21:00
Saturday 08:00 - 18:00
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Other Yoga & Pilates in Southampton (show all)
Yoga Sanctuary Yoga Sanctuary
Southampton

Yoga Sanctuary, home of the LIVING YOGA METHOD. A dedicated and welcome space for all who come to explore the LYM. Daily Live-Stream Classes, On-Demand Video Library, Retreat Days & Beginner Courses to introduce you to the Living Yoga Method.

Stretch and breathe Stretch and breathe
St Denys Church Centre, Dundee Road
Southampton, SO17 2ND

Offering yoga classes for pregnancy. This class is designed for all stages of pregnancy from 12 week onwards , and the aim of is for you to have an enjoyable and relaxing time ,whilst Improving your physical and emotional well-being .

School of Chill School of Chill
Southampton

School of Chill is a husband & wife team bringing together Art and Yoga for children and parents alike. We provide artworks, techniques and yoga practices to help children be healthy, calm and focused. We are both qualified childrens' yoga instructors.

Live Well Yoga - Bethany Norman Live Well Yoga - Bethany Norman
2 Lordswood Gardens
Southampton, SO16 6RY

Fun and friendly yoga classes for beginners, and back care in Southampton. Private lessons also available. Yoga can help ease aches and pains, improve balance and co-ordination, and strengthen ankles and knees.

Pure Health & Wellness Pure Health & Wellness
21a High Street, Lyndhurst
Southampton, SO43 7BB

Pure Health & Wellness by Jackie Halford A professional service with an holistic approach. A health and wellness studio/clinic based in Lyndhurst offering Colon Hydrotherapy, Massage, Facials, Yoga and meditation. plus much more www.pure-detox.co.uk

WildFlower Wellbeing WildFlower Wellbeing
Southampton

Pregnancy and Postnatal Yoga Hypnobirthing Classes (KGH Method)

Kat Sara Yoga Kat Sara Yoga
Southampton, SO31

Yoga, Pilates, Yogalates (flowing mix of Yoga and Pilates)

Julieloveyoga Julieloveyoga
Southampton

Friendly beginner Yoga and relaxation classes - to check availability & book your space, please message me

The Movement Specialist The Movement Specialist
Bitterne
Southampton, SO186AA

Therapeutic Pilates & Yoga expert, Teacher Trainer, Quality Assurance, Sports Massage Therapist & Author of 'Opposition in Pilates and Yoga' & MOVE Away From Pain.

Apple Tree Yoga Southampton Apple Tree Yoga Southampton
Woolston
Southampton, SO19

Nurturing yoga classes in Southampton and surrounds. Pregnancy, post-natal, yoga for women, and yoga for all :-)

Prana Massage & Yoga Prana Massage & Yoga
20 Amberwood Close
Southampton, SO40 2ST

Dedicated to encouraging people to lead healthier and more fulfilling lives through self discovery.

Sarah Rush Yoga Sarah Rush Yoga
36 Darwin Road
Southampton, S015 5BX

Yoga for everyone whatever your stage in life