Find inspiration with comments about Hazel’s teaching recently and some tips if you are new to yoga at the bottom:
A little yoga regularly is great
If you can’t make any yoga classes do continue with some yoga at home, a little often is a great way to build your strength and flexibility. Even if only some Cat poses and stretches start your day fitting in your body comfortably and ideally practise a moments stillness, maybe now before your read on, here’s how:
Take a sigh ease your shoulders down, the shoulder blades melting behind you, lengthen up from your sit bones and encourage your breath to be full and smooth. Keep your minds attention on the easy rhythm of your breath arriving and your breath leaving. Allow the eyes to close or soften gaze downwards as you take a mini break from the confusion of thoughts, schedules and to do lists our grey-matter like to spin around our heads.
Yoga in Oxford in Headington and across in Botley and Cumnor
Brisk walk or cycle is great to warm up ahead of your class. Several people car share so do ask.
Need to borrow a mat do ask. Good to bring a blanket or towel, wear comfy layers you can peel or add with tempo of class, and bottle of water.
This local landmark is the preserved Windmill in Wheatley. A great walk across Shotover and round to one of the cafes if you want to make the most of the light evenings?