‘Yoga for life’
We believe that during all times of our lives including pregnancy and the post-natal period and when our children are young, we need a holistic approach of nurture and care to meet our changing needs.
We run adult yoga classes for all ages and abilities and needs. Maybe you would like to stretch your body after a day in the office or maybe you would like to increase your strength and flexibility. Yoga helps alleviate all sorts of ailments and is particularly good as a complimentary exercise to higher impact sports such as running, cycling or aerobics and more and more top athletes, such as Andy Murray, are using yoga as a way to condition the mind as well as the body.
Pregnancy and Beyond
Pregnancy is a very special and unique time in a woman’s life and we aim to help make this journey with your developing and growing baby a time of joy and wonder through our specialist yoga classes. You will find sensitive support for every stage of the journey; before, during and after.
We offer a unique ‘pregnancy and beyond programme’ which includes:
- Before Pregnancy ; ‘Yoga for optimum health’.
- Private consultation for pregnant women and partner.
- Yoga classes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimesters.
- Early postnatal visits in hospital or home for centering and healing for mother and partner.
- Parent and baby yoga from birth to 6 months.
- Baby massage
- Mother and baby yoga
- Family yoga days
- Adult yoga
More detailed information including prices coming soon.
Our established and friendly yoga classes are based in Bushey in Hertfordshire and in the Bagnall Centre in Chesham, Buckinghamshire www.bagnallcentre.com . We are a mother and daughter partnership with a unique blend of experience.
Through yoga we have worked with depression, panic attacks, diabetes, children with autism, babies with colic, new mothers with baby blues and people who simply want to find a place of peace within themselves which they can take with them into their busy lives.
Classes are suitable for all ages and abilities.
“Little by little, through patience and repeated effort, the mind will become stilled in the Self.”