The Yoga 7 Studio in the large hall of St Peter’s Village Hall is situated right next to Tesco St Peter’s. Our yoga classes in St Peter’s Worcestershire venue are perfect for Yoga as it is, warm, bright and airy and there’s plenty of free parking either in front of the building or on the Tesco car park. There are also cycle-racks close by and a great bus route running to and from the City Centre.
Yoga Classes St Peter’s Worcestershire
The Yoga classes here are suitable for both complete beginners and those with an established yoga practise. Options are given when we do the Asana, the physical bit, according to how you feel on the day. Remember the body is constantly changing so it’s important to listen to your body. Experiencing discomfort is encouraged but never pain and only you know what pain feels like to please if it hurts don’t do it.
You will experience the benefits of proper breathing techniques in Yoga 7 classes, such as deep abdominal breathing and alternate nostril breathing (anuloma viloma). Kapalbhati breathing techniques are also practised for those already familiar with alternate nostril breathing but this is an advanced breathing technique and not to be practised at home. If you struggle with the breathing, particularly during Hay-fever season, please do let me know and that Yogic Kriyas (nasal cleansing) can be recommended to support you.
This yoga class always ends with a short Yoga Nidra otherwise known in the West as a guided relaxation of 5 minutes. Please bring a blanket to get the most out of the relaxation at the end of the class, not because the studio is cold but because the body temperature cools significantly after the physical bit.
Yoga mat, blocks and straps can be provided although you are encouraged to use your own, particularly to help you practise at home in between classes and perhaps join in the Yoga 7 Online classes in between in person classes.
Yoga 7 classes run throughout the year so there’s no need to interrupt your Yoga Practise over the school holidays. We are closed on Bank Holidays.