About Yoga at Evergreen Wellness

Yoga aims to free your body from muscular tension, improving energy levels, stamina, fitness and flexibility. Yoga calms the mind, relieving stress, improving concentration levels and allowing you to feel more relaxed and in control.

We offer lots of different types of yoga at Evergreen. Below is a brief description of each type to help you choose the class that is right for you:

Hatha is a safe and effective way to promote a healthy and supple body. It combines the use of postures known as asana, with breathing techniques called pranayama and mindful relaxation methods to achieve harmony, balance and a general feeling of well being. Energy levels and the free flow of energy within the body can also be improved. Postures are slow moving and can be modified to enable each student to work in a way appropriate to their individual needs.

Gentle Yoga In this class, we practise breath synchronised movement. Sequences will vary from class to class offering a wide range of postures for each student. Every class is unique and designed to help restore mental and physical balance. This class will offer a slower pace allowing the body to work deeper into the muscles, rest and relax.

Yoga therapy is a holistic 1:1 therapy that brings together yoga postures, breathing practices, mindfulness, relaxation and psychological support to enhance wellbeing and improve mental health.
Supporting you with:
eating disorders

In a yoga therapy session they will use the different elements of yoga and mindfulness to treat specific issues and conditions. Working one-to-one, they will create a tailored programme to support your individual needs.
they will explore which postures are useful for energising and which are useful for bringing calm to your system. By learning how to be with the variety of sensations in the body you simultaneously develop the ability to be with challenging emotions in a more grounded and gentle way.

Techniques are grounded in both modern medical and scientific understanding of the body and brain as well as ancient yogic wisdom, encouraging integration of mind, body and spirit. Current research informs us that a comprehensive programme involving both body and mind is the most effective way to approach mental health

Yin yoga Practice consists of mainly sitting and supine postures which are generally held for longer than 'normal'. Poses are held in a relaxed and steady way, increasing the flexibility of the joints, gently stretching and rehabilitating the connective tissues. this approach is conductive to deep relaxation and meditation.

Yoga Nidra is a very accessible relaxation technique. You will be guided through several stages of relaxation to bring you to a state of deep rest where your body and mind can refresh and renew. At a deeper level, Yoga Nidra is a potent meditative resource for deep healing, insight and empowerment.

Happy Little Yogi will now be offering a yoga class for the pre teen age group 9 -14 year.

A lot of pressure can be felt, from feeling self conscious, comparing themselves with others, friendships, a change in hormones and the thoughts and feelings that come with that, they are moving from being a child into an adolescent, and who said that was easy!
At Happy Little Yogi, we promote how uniques and individual we all are and this carries through into these very important years, self belief is key, knowing that we can find a way to help ourselves through these challenges.

Yoga and meditation class does become more focused, but we also look at how to stretch and move our bodies in a way that works for each individual. Routine work is still key and helps the imagination to flow, and the meditation flows to a new level.

Restorative Yoga is a very relaxing style of yoga. Poses are held between 5 & 20 minutes to allow your body to gently stretch and open up. All the poses are sitting or lying down and your body will be fully supported by props. Bolsters, pillows and blankets are used to make poses more comfortable and accessible for your body.
This type of yoga is a relaxing experience for those wishing to de-stress and is excellent for anyone suffering from anxiety, depression and insomnia. Please note, not all poses are suitable for pregnant women.

Yoga For All - Charity Yoga Class
1 hour Vinyasa flow yoga class to get the body moving and flowing! Donation based- All levels welcome

Yoga Prices

Weekly Hatha Yoga with Alison £8 per class or £70 per block of 10 classes

Weekly Hatha Yoga with Rachel: £7 per class booked in a half term block of 5-8 classes. PRE-BOOKING REQUIRED

Weekly Hatha Yoga with Aminta: £8 drop in *please note Tara from Kind Warrior will be covering this class during May-Aug
Weekly Yoga for Charity Class -
*Please note - this class is donation based but recommendation of £5 minimum – 100% of the profits will go towards Children with Cancer UK

Weekly Pre-Teen Yoga with Jane Oppegaard: £70.40 for 11 weeks

Weekly Yoga Therapy with Alex Flatman:
1:1 yoga therapy session - £50
YogaED group class - £8

Monthly Yoga Nidra with Alison £7

Monthly Restorative Yoga workshops with Lucy: £25 per workshop

Monthly Yin Yoga with Carina £8

Yoga Availability

Yoga Tuesdays 8.15pm to 9.15pm
Pre-teens yoga: Wednesdays 6:00pm to 6.50pm
Charity Yoga
Class: Wednesdays 8pm to 9pm

Yoga Therapy: Thursdays 6.30pm to 8pm
Yoga: Thursdays 8.15pm to 9.45pm
Fridays, 9.30am to 11am
Saturdays, 9am to 10.30am

Yoga: Sundays, 10am to 11.30am PRE-BOOKING

Yoga Nidra workshops are held roughly once a month on a Friday 7-8pm. Contact the clinic for current dates and times.

Yin Yoga workshops are held roughly once a month on a Friday 7-8pm. Contact the clinic for current dates and times.

Restorative Yoga workshops are held monthly on Sunday's between 3-5pm. Contact the clinic for current dates and times

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