Yoga

Everyone can practice yoga, regardless of age, sex or ability.

Yoga offers us a holistic approach to body, mind and spirit, which can provide us with the ‘tools’ to cope with the challenges of daily life. Yoga can also complement medical science and therapy for specific conditions.

You may be drawn to yoga simply for health and fitness, or be seeking relief for a specific physical condition. You might want help with managing stress, or exercises suitable for the less able-bodied.

By making yoga a part of your daily routine, you may become aware of subtle changes in your approach to life. In your yoga class you may well begin to glimpse a state of inner peace … your true nature.

What is yoga?

The Sanskrit word yoga is translated as ‘union’ between mind, body and spirit.

Neil gives instruction during the class

At Hands-on Health, we offer Ashtanga yogaHatha yoga, Vinyasa Flow yoga.

Wear clothing that you find easy to move and stretch in. Most yoga is practised on non-slip mats – these are provided in our warm, comfortable studio.

Be sure to tell your teacher if you have a medical condition before you start your class.

If you are interested in finding out more about the yoga classes available at Hands-on Health in Exmouth, see the class timetable, call 01395 224207 or email info@hands-onhealth.co.uk.