Emma’s 90 minute Yoga For All class cater for all ages and levels so you can be certain your class will be tailored to your needs. Your pass is per household, so it’s the perfect opportunity for EVERYONE to get involved (unless of course you’re craving a little ‘me-time’)!
Emma will demonstrate poses and will work with you to ensure each student is perfoming their poses safely and correctly at all times. If you prefer not to have your camera on, that is fine too, but in order to maximise the benefit of the class, we do recommend turning it on.
You do not need any prior experience of yoga.
Yoga is great for relaxation, fitness, flexibility and the feel-good factor! You don’t need any prior experience of yoga to attend and the classes cater for all ages, levels and experience. You don’t need any prior experience of yoga to attend the class and we guarantee that it will make you feel amazing.
In addition, Emma teaches the profoundly deep practice of yoga nidra at the end of every class. Yoga nidra is a life-changing relaxation practice that has enabled people to relax more deeply than they ever thought possible and help them sleep better at night.
Emma’s class starts with a period of relaxation, to enable you to let the cares of the day slip away. You then practice breathing exercises designed to help you breathe more fully and easily and strengthen the diaphragm. The class then follows a series of yoga poses that take you through every part of the body, followed by a calming breathing exercise and then lying down for yoga nidra relaxation.
Emma is passionate about the restorative power of yoga and believes that everyone can derive benefit from a class. Her classes are geared towards you as an individual and if you come along, lie down on the mat and sleep for an hour and a half (it has happened!) then that is great, too – it’s obviously what you needed! If, on the other hand, you are very experienced in yoga then we can certainly challenge you if that is what you would like.
A yoga mat, foam blocks or cushions so that you can sit on the floor comfortably you can also use a chair or something similar, and enough blankets and pillows to make you snug and warm during yoga nidra. If you’re not sure what to use for yoga nidra then we recommend you start with three pillows and a blanket in addition to your mat.
WHAT TO WEAR:
Loose, comfortable clothes such as a t-shirt and jogging bottoms