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Welcome to our 10 Minute Series

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Benefits to Yoga

  • Increased body and spine flexibility

  • Improved muscle tone and strength

  • ​More energy and vitality​

  • Better respiration, stamina and athletic performance

  • Balanced metabolism​

  • Help in getting rid of excess weight​

  • Improved circulation and heart health

  • Some amount of protection from injury​

  • Better internal organ function (cleanses internal organs)​

  • Reduction in stress and anxiety

  • Relief from the associated psychosomatic problems

  • Better sleep​

  • Help in overcoming addictions

  • Better concentration

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History of Yoga

The word yoga has its origins in the Sanskrit word ‘yuj', which means to join, yoke or unite. Yoga unifies the mind, body and spirit and mentally unites us with our creator (God). Yoga originated in ancient India and consisted of physical, mental and spiritual practices. Although it is mentioned in the Rigveda, it is believed to have originated in the fifth and sixth century BCE with roots in ancient Indian Ascetic and Sramana movements. Yogic practices are described in various Hindu Upanishads, but the exact timeline is unclear.

The techniques of yoga were initially passed on orally from teachers to students with no written texts. Over 2200 years ago, Patanjali, a sage and scholar, wrote the first philosophical texts about yoga. They are called the Yoga Sutras. They gained popularity in the west in the 19th and 20th centuries after being introduced by teachers like Swami Vivekananda. After the 1980s, medical science started acknowledging the benefits of yoga, and it became hugely popular all over the world as a relaxation technique with numerous health benefits.

Patanjali has prescribed an eight-fold path or eight stages of yoga. They are Yama (morality), Niyama (self-discipline), Asanas (postures), Pranayama (breath control), Pratyahara (control of the senses), Dharana (concentration and inward awareness), Dhyana (meditation) and Samadhi (the highest state of consciousness).

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Benefits of Yoga

With regular practice of asanas and pranayama, you can expect:

If you have any medical conditions, it’s important to consult your doctor before joining the classes. You must also inform your teacher so that any necessary adjustments can be made to the exercises.


If you have any questions or queries, do not hesitate to contact us.

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Join The Beginners Course

Live on Mondays 7:00pm - 8:00pm (BST)

20th July - 31st August 2020

How It Works

  • 1-hour class each week for 6 Weeks

  • Weekly live video (or replay) classes

  • Direct contact with me to answer any questions 

  • Access to join an amazing and supportive community


  • Weekly live one-hour class

  • Monthly live Question & Answer session on Zoom app

  • Unlimited access to the class for 7 days after the live stream


  • Laptop, Smartphone, Smart TV or tablet

  • One hour of your time per week

  • A yoga mat


  • Normal Price: £45

  • Book before 20th July and save £20.01

  • Discount Price: £24.99

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