The Yoga Space Warrington

The Yoga Space Warrington

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Many studio schedules are filled with power yoga & classes advertised for fat loss...

Social media is filled with "yogis" and "wellness experts" promoting hot yoga without water, 'one-size fits all' diets for yogis, and "yogis" with bodies most people would suffer greatly to "achieve" (I use the word 'achieve' ironically).

So, let's just pause a moment and take a brief look back into history.

Historically, 'yogis' were a group formed in India to rally against the British colonisation of India.

Essentially, to surpass suffering.

Life is hard enough - our yoga practice doesn't have to be.

So, stop punishing your body.

You are already so much more than enough.

Join a relaxing event soon:

✨ Soundbath, July 31st, 4 pm

✨ Meditation & Relaxation, August 2nd, 6 pm

✨ Yin & Yoga Nidra, August 12th, 6:30 pm

✨ Restorative Yoga, August 14th, 4 pm

Have you tried one of Mija's popular monthly sound bath events yet?

The next one is on Sunday 31st July, 4 - 5:30 pm.

Contact if you have any questions about the event, and you can book your spot here 👇🏿

https://yogawarrington.as.me/soundsession

TOMORROW - OFF ON HOLIDAY ☀️

Please note that I am away in Greece tomorrow for one week.

I will not have my work phone on me so please do not try to ring the business.

Any queries, please email to [email protected] and I will pick up on my return (this is also the quickest way to get a response from me in general as running a small business means it's a lot easier to solve written queries than it is for me to find the time to answer the phone).

I will be watching emails until 5pm this evening, so if there's anything that cannot wait, please email me before then. Otherwise, expect a reply after July 20th.

In the meantime, classes are going ahead as usual and you can contact your individual teachers on social media if needed -

TODAY 18:15 Hatha with me
19:30 Fluid Flow with

TUESDAY 10:00 Hatha with
19:00 Mythic Flow with

WEDNESAY 18:30 Dynamic Yoga is covering for

THURSDAY 18:15 Flexibility with

FRIDAY 10:00 Slow Flow with

SATURDAY 08:30 Vinyasa with

will also be covering Monday evening Hatha and Tuesday morning Hatha next week.

www.yogawarrington.as.me

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Trigger warning below 🤍

On Sunday, I had to cancel our monthly Restorative yoga event at last minute.

I got onto the M6 at Junction 23 at 2:45, expecting to be at the studio just after 3pm, leaving me an hour to set up

At 3:25, sat in a standstill, I rang my partner to discuss what to do about the event.

It was too late to ask another teacher to plan a 2-hour class, get to the class and teach it.

I originally asked our lovely reiki master Louise (who was booked on), to open up and stall for a while.

But I realised, that there was no way I would make it.

I felt disappointed and like I'd let everybody down.

Even though it was completely out of my control.

There was nothing I could do.

There was also the pressing issue of being on a standstill for that long, while being 16 weeks pregnant and absolutely desperate for the toilet 🤣

Anyway, my point of this story is that, even though we know intellectually that we cannot help things that are out of our control, we still let our minds decide that it means something about us.

My mind was telling me that I was unreliable and a bad person for cancelling the event 20 minutes before it commenced.

My partner had to figure out how to log into my work laptop, find the event, call the attendees from our home and explain to them. And you know what? They were all absolutely fine with it, because we know that things happen that are beyond our control.

So, how do we switch our own minds in these situations?

I probably don't have the answer.

But we can constantly remind ourselves that situations beyond our control do not mean anything about who we are as people!

I later found out that the M6 was closed because the police had to talk a man down from the bridge. That really puts things into perspective doesn't it. How the little things like me missing a class as a complete one-off, in the grand scheme of things, really do not matter.

I hope he gets the help he needs now, and that he is safe.

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On Sunday 28th August, and are hosting a full day retreat at our studio 🙏🏿

Running from 10 am - 4 pm, you will have plenty of time to restore:

✨ Yin yoga

✨ Slow flow yoga

✨ Lunch & herbal teas included

✨ Indian head massage

✨ Restorative yoga

✨ Yoga nidra

The event is up for booking now and a few places have already been taken!

You can book here 👇🏿

https://yogawarrington.as.me/dayretreat
Doesn't this quote speak to your soul?

We tend to look to other people like they've got it all together and then wonder why we feel like we're sinking.

But the truth is, we're all just trying to stay afloat.

Yoga teaches us to step away from comparison, and focus on healing our own inner world.

That we are all on different paths.

That we are all carrying something.

And not only that; we are all carrying our load differently.

So, let this be a reminder that you are not doing worse than those other people you see on your news feed.

You are on your own path.

And maybe you just need to rest?

Take rest with us tomorrow for Yoga Nidra 🙏🏽👇🏿

www.yogawarrington.as.me/yinandnidra

ACTIVATE ABUNDANCE WORKSHOP TOMORROW

Thursday 7th July | 7:30 - 9:30 pm

With Guest Teacher Turiya Ma.

In this two-hour workshop, we will move through the body, the psyche, and into the heart to explore the blockages that are holding you from releasing your abundant nature, now.

You will learn practical ways to move into the way of being of your dreams. And you will feel comfortable to apply these remembrances straight away into your daily life after our time together.

Maybe you dream of gaining more self-confidence, self-love, or sense of belonging. Maybe you dream of sharing your gifts with the world - or rather finding what those gifts are. Maybe you dream of relocating or beginning that new chapter you've been putting off for years.

Whatever your dream or intention: you are welcome here.

This workshop is an opportunity to know yourself better, so that you can take autonomy for your own life, vision and purpose; without always needing an external reference point. This is a space to trust yourself, feel empowered and inspired; and remember that you are the driver of your own destiny.

Booking link: www.yogawarrington.as.me/abundance
Stuart is looking forward to yin and yoga nidra on Friday night ✨

If you've not been before, we practice yin yoga for around an hour, and then move into yogic sleep (nidra) for half an hour.

In the meantime, Stuart will work the room - he tends to lay with someone for the duration of a yin pose and then move on (and he'll pick the person with the cosiest blanket to lay with for the whole of the nidra practice!)

The atmosphere is just so precious 😍

Spaces this month to join us 👇🏿

www.yogawarrington.as.me/yinandnidra

What comes first, rest or work?

What would happen if you chose rest?

If rest became a priority?

Would you still get all your things done?

Probably.

Maybe you'd realise that you didn't need to do all the things.

Maybe you'd learn to prioritise.

I think so.

Rest.

Then do the thing.

Then rest some more.

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Yin and Yoga Nidra is on this Friday with and Stuart

www.yogawarrington.as.me/yinandnidra

Wednesday classes this week have taken a pause to honour this gorgeous tea ceremony event, held by 🙏🏿

Booking link is in our bio (or comments on Facebook) 🔗

🍵 Holding space for women's connection

🍵 Guided meditation & theta healing

🍵 Frequency & sound healing

🍵 Protective space, love energy and reiki healing

(Wednesday class back next week 🥰)

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ACTIVATE ABUNDANCE WORKSHOP

Thursday 7th July | 7:30 - 9:30 pm

With Guest Teacher Turiya Ma.

In this two-hour workshop, we will move through the body, the psyche, and into the heart to explore the blockages that are holding you from releasing your abundant nature, now.

You will learn practical ways to move into the way of being of your dreams. And you will feel comfortable to apply these remembrances straight away into your daily life after our time together.

Maybe you dream of gaining more self-confidence, self-love, or sense of belonging. Maybe you dream of sharing your gifts with the world - or rather finding what those gifts are. Maybe you dream of relocating or beginning that new chapter you've been putting off for years.

Whatever your dream or intention: you are welcome here.

This workshop is an opportunity to know yourself better, so that you can take autonomy for your own life, vision and purpose; without always needing an external reference point. This is a space to trust yourself, feel empowered and inspired; and remember that you are the driver of your own destiny.

Booking link: www.yogawarrington.as.me/abundance
If you didn't catch last week's blog post, we were talking about happiness and the yogic concept of Santosha.

Here's a snippet 👇🏿

Ask anyone what they want from life in one word, and you'll probably get 'happiness.'

No wonder we live in a world full of mental health struggles. Of anxiety, depression, fear, comparison, competition.

Because we've got happiness all wrong.

In yogic philosophy, this is the second niyama of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras (niyama is the Sanksrit teaching of duty, relating to the way a person interacts within the world as part of the path of yoga): Santosha. Santosha is roughly translated as contentment and is about the understanding of feeling at ease and at peace with yourself as you are.

Contentment is a concept that can be difficult to grasp and is something that most of us will struggle with at some point in our lives.

Contentment is not sitting back and without vision or drive to do anything. It is about accepting and appreciating yourself, what you have, and your life as it is, and moving forward from there.

Read more: www.yogawarrington.com/blog/happiness

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Classes this weekend:

Saturday 08:30, Vinyasa Flow
Sunday 16:00, Restorative Yoga

Our aim is to provide a beautiful yoga wellness space that feels like a home away from home. The Y/S All you need to do is come along, relax and glow
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The Yoga Space is Warringtons’ premier boutique yoga studio located in the heart of Warrington on Barbauld street. Our studio prides itself on being warm, welcoming and with attention to detail. The space offers a beautiful practice studio, an elegant treatment area, guest relaxation lounge and complimentary tea bar. There are classes available on demand online, so you can keep the glow flowing fr

Closing our doors 22/01/2023

Closing our doors

Closing our doors -

Closing our doors You've probably heard by now that our studio doors will be closing from February 12th of this year. I let our members know on Monday and announced on social media on Tuesday (I was meant to send this email a few days ago but the days blur into one with a newborn).  I'm not sure how the wording of t...

18/01/2023

The three gunas 👇🏻

Tamas Guna ➡️ The quality of inertia // unconsciousness.

It causes indifference & has a destructive energy.

Comes from Shiva (the destroyer).

Rajas Guna ➡️ The quality of passion & creativity, which provides the creative energy we need to manifest things.

Comes from Brahma (the creator).

Sattva Guna ➡️ The quality of lightness & consciousness, which is necessary to sustain harmonious living, and maintain out enlightened awareness.

Comes from Vishnu (the protector/preserver)

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To help us understand the gunas, yoga philosophy compares them to aninals: the sloth representing tamas, the bull representing rajas, and the cow representing sattva (because of its peaceful nature).

The aim of yoga practice is to invite as much sattva (clarity) into our lives, while avoiding tamas (ignorance) and rajas (agitation).

However, tamas and rajas are not all bad: we need them in our lives.

For example, we need some tamas to help us to fall asleep and some rajas to help get us going. It only becomes an issue when either appear in excess.

14/01/2023

Let's just bust another myth here...

Ardha Mukha Svanasana (downward-facing dog) is one of the most common yoga poses.

But it is seriously misjudged.

We often here the direction after a difficult sequence or posture, to "rest in downward-facing dog"

So let's unpack this ⬇️

There's a fair amount going on here anatomically...

1️⃣ Hips are in a flexed position.

This is resting right? We assume this position when seated on a chair.

However, when we are sitting on a chair, we do not have the load of holding up our own bodyweight.

2️⃣ Shoulders are in flexion.

The shoulder joint is the most mobile but least stable joint of the body. Therefore, for many of us, without focusing on building strength, we will struggle to support our own bodyweight from this anatomical position.

3️⃣ The legs.

Hamstrings, calves and glutes will all be stretched. This will be great for some of us, unbearable for others.

For those of us who struggle to get the heels to the floor, the calves will be contracting/tensing.

4️⃣ We are attempting an even distribution of weight between hands

This can be especially difficult for those of us with fragile wrists.

5️⃣ Lower back pain.

The spine isn't going to be completely flat in this position, you can see the slight curve in my back here (which will be more or less pronounced in different people). For some of us, this stretch will aggravate pre-existing back pain.

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As well as anatomically, we have to think psychologically too...

We are upside-down.

This could cause a panic response in some people, particularly those who are very anxious.

If we think about the breath, it's harder to breathe fully when we are upside-down, which can create anxiety.

These are the exact opposite emotions which we are trying to create in yoga.

So, instead of resting in downward-facing dog, let's have the option to take the position as a counter-movement or a dynamic stretch if it works for you.

If not, come to any other position.

I always like hands and knees, stretching one leg out behind and then the other.

What works for one person, might not work for another.

So we cannot assume what is a resting position for another.

12/01/2023

One of the things that can put people off coming to yoga is the link it has with the wellness world.

Wellness can be such a buzz word, and there is a place for it. As long as it doesn't come from a place of judgement.

So let's bust a myth here.....

Doing yoga, meditating, drinking wheatgrass, coffee enemas and whatever else we do - 𝕕𝕠 𝕟𝕠𝕥 '𝕕𝕖𝕥𝕠𝕩' 𝕪𝕠𝕦𝕣 𝕓𝕠𝕕𝕪.

𝒀𝒐𝒖 𝒌𝒏𝒐𝒘 𝒘𝒉𝒂𝒕 𝒅𝒆𝒕𝒐𝒙𝒆𝒔 𝒚𝒐𝒖𝒓 𝒃𝒐𝒅𝒚?

Your kidneys.

Your liver.

Your intestines.

Your body is a clever thing, it already detoxes itself.

You just need to take care of it.

Do yoga to get to know yourself, and like yourself a little better.

To understand how your body moves, how you feel, how you breathe.

And leave the body to it's detoxing.

10/01/2023

What is Raja Yoga?

Raja Yoga, is explained within the Bhagavad Gita as the meditative path to moksha (very briefly, moksha is freedom from the cycle of birth-death-rebirth - that is, finding liberation through meditation)

Meditation is an internal discipline to make the mind one-pointed: absolutely concentrated.

Meditation is also used within The Bhagavad Gita as a way to understanding the true self (known as the atman).

Raja yoga was described as the first path to yoga, with the following paths developed to assist meditation: the physical asana practice we commonly think of as yoga, was developed as a way to prepare the body for long periods of meditation.

In the Bhagavad Gita, Arjuna rejects the path of meditation, and basically asks of there is an easier way.

This isn't difficult to appreciate, as meditation is arguably one of the most mental challenging activities.

Arjuna says: "the mind is so powerful, so turbulent, that trying to bring it under control is like trying to catch the wind."

08/01/2023

We all have wobbles.

We all have moments of feeling unworthy, undeserving and limited.

I've been there a lot recently.

It's ok to feel these things too.

As long as we can find a way to find our joy again.

By looking to all we do have.

Ask for help to notice it.

That's ok to.

So, if you needed reminding today...

You are doing amazing.

You are worthy, deserving and limitLESS.

You have so much to be grateful for.

06/01/2023

remember, change is the only constant in life

04/01/2023

Beginner's yoga starts tomorrow night!

Guided my ❤️

Are you joining? Let us know in the comments 👇🏿

02/01/2023

Negative self-talk is that voice inside you that tells you that you aren’t good enough, that people don’t like you, that bad things are going to happen to you.

This self-talk also comes from the ancestorial brain.

Our brains are wired for survival.

We are social creatures, who primitively, would rely on social cohesion for our survival (those who didn’t fit in with the group, may be cast aside, and therefore may not have their basic survival needs met).

And this means that our brains, as well as scanning for environmental threats, are scanning for threats within ourselves.

Things that might make us be excluded from the social group.

And this is where “I’m not good enough” comes in.

So, it’s less about cutting the negativity from our lives (because we do need this – if it was always sunshine & rainbows, we’d have no perspective when it comes to vigilance towards threat).

We shouldn’t try to fight it.

Rather, we should sit with it.
…just for a moment.

Where do you feel it in the body?

What emotions come up for you?

Do you believe the thoughts that come up?

Is there evidence to prove the thoughts, right?

Is there evidence to prove the thoughts, wrong?

31/12/2022

2023 🙏🏽

Instead of giving up your favourite foods, committing to unrealistic exercise plans, or jumping on the next fad diet trend, how about the only things you give up this year are things that stop you living your own authentic life.

You are worthy.

You are enough.

You are the hero of your owns story.

Everything you will ever have, want or need, is already within you.

Never forget.

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May your new year be full of wonder & joy 🎉

www.yogawarrington.com

30/12/2022

What are you taking with you into 2023 and what are you leaving behind?

Let us know in the comments👇🏿

NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS 30/12/2022

NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS

NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS -

NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS Join Sami for a fiery start to your new year, inspired by the inner fire of manipura chakra (the solar plexus energy), Sami will guide you through fluid flowing movements, leaving you feeling charged and energised for the year ahead. It’s going to be a warm one!

29/12/2022

"I'm a beginner, what can I attend?"

All of our classes are mixed ability and most are designed with beginner's in mind.

From a usual class perspective, I'd advise trying Hatha Yoga (Mondays 6:15 pm or Tuesdays 10 am ), Yoga for Flexibility & Mobility (Thursdays 6:15 pm ), or Slow Flow (Fridays 10 am ).

If you are nervous about attending a mixed group class, this is exactly why we have 4-week Beginner's Courses available. So that you are all entering at the same level and it forms a safe space and community for you to begin your journey.

The next course begins January 5th (Thursdays, 7:30 pm) with and you can book via https://yogawarrington.as.me/beginnersjan

Hope this helps 🙏🏿🤍

28/12/2022

Water the roots, and the branches will grow 🌱

25/12/2022

Merry Christmas from all of us at Yoga Space Warrington ❤️

Christmas is a time to celebrate light within the dark. Keep the light in hearts tonight, and into tomorrow.

Much love 🙏🏿✨

24/12/2022

Wishing you all a magical Christmas.

Feel free to share your Christmas Eve traditions below 👇🏿😍✨

21/12/2022

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21/12/2022

HAPPY WINTER SOLSTICE ❄️

Today brings the dawn of the Winter Solstice 2022 bringing the longest night and shortest day of the year. From today, we will see the gradual return of the sun as the Wheel of the Year turns towards the beginnings of Spring.

This day of the year is the perfect time to embrace the darkness and go within, rest and reflect. It is also a time to celebrate the light and look forwards to the eventual return of warmer, longer days.

We are celebrating the winter solstice with this morning: Winter Solstice Meditation, 10 - 11 am.

www.yogawarrington.as.me/wintersolstice

🙏🏿🤍❄️

20/12/2022

Donna Ashworth – Your Light ✨

“Your light does not come from your success
Your light is not ignited by perfection
Or achievement
Or body shape.

Your light is not fuelled by popularity or acceptance
Neither is your light at any risk of being put out
When other lights around you are bright.

Your light is simply made of the you-ness that makes you you
The worries you have in the night
The music which sparks your joy
The books you had to read twice
The memories stored safely in your heart
The people you love and the people who love you.

Your light is never dependant on how you look
Or how you perform
It’s just there
And it’s quite simply brilliant
And it’s all yours.

And it lights up every room you walk into
Whether you activate it or not.

What a wonderful thing.

Shine bright little fighter
This dark world needs your glow.”

The Yoga Space Warrington 20/12/2022

The Yoga Space Warrington

REMINDER - No classes on today. In replacement, there is an extra class on tomorrow morning with Louise Hatton

WINTER SOLSTICE MEDITATION

10 - 11 am

www.yogawarrington.as.me/wintersolstice

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19/12/2022

Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra says "study thy self, discover the divine" (11:44).

'Sva' refers to 'oneself' or 'one's own abode' and 'Adhyaya' means 'lesson' 'lecture' or 'reading' so we can think of Svadyaya/Svadhyaya as the study of oneself.

The Self (capital S) is known as The Atman in Sanskrit, and is used to describe our spiritual self: the true self (or the divine) which resides within all of us.

Discovering ourselves is less about focusing on our primitive survival needs, and our temporary emotions, and more about recognising our own reality.

It is about understanding that when we judge, criticise and doubt ourselves, we are not looking at our true self - we are reducing our vast capabilities down to superficial means.

Practicing svadyaya involves any activity which invokes self-reflection & self-awareness.

We can think of this as the basis for mindfulness practices: taking time within our day to pause, reflect, observe, listen to ourselves. And what we can learn from doing so.

Our emotions are ever-changing, yet so many of us define ourselves by these temporary emotions.

Svadyaya gives us the ability to look past our emotions, into who we really are.

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TIMETABLE REMINDER FOR CHRISTMAS 19/12/2022

TIMETABLE REMINDER FOR CHRISTMAS

TIMETABLE REMINDER FOR CHRISTMAS -

TIMETABLE REMINDER FOR CHRISTMAS Just a reminder that we are running on a reduced timetable over Christmas, but there's still lots of opportunity to make the most of your membership, or get your drop in class in! Monday 19th December: Hatha Yoga with Pam (18:15) & Fluid Flow with Sami (19:30) Tuesday 20th December: Open for reiki...

17/12/2022

I love an analogy.

We are mostly all beginning to understand the benefits of surrounding ourselves in nature and filling our homes with house plants.

House plants can be quite difficult to look after, with each one requiring different conditions. And if a plant isn’t thriving for some reason, we make the necessary light, water, shade, or nourishment adjustments.

We DON'T make it mean anything about the plant itself.

And guess what?

You are just like a houseplant.

If you're not thriving, what in your ENVIRONMENT needs changing?

How can you NOURISH yourself?

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Join a festive event this weekend... 17/12/2022

Join a festive event this weekend...

Join a festive event this weekend... -

Join a festive event this weekend... If you have the space this weekend, and you haven't already booked, be sure to get yourself down to our studio and practice with Jackie Quayle for a gorgeous long yin practice, journeying into yogic sleep (Yoga Nidra).  There's two opportunities to practice this weekend for you to choose from -  ...

16/12/2022

Kurmasana... the tortoise pose.

It's an odd one, put it can be put into the beautiful context of withdrawal (or more relatable, control) of the senses - pratyahara.

That, hibernation is always a good theme around this time of year.

That it's ok to draw inwards.

It's okay for us to be sense-lead and be drawn towards warming foods.

I mean, it's freezing outside for one thing!

This picture is me, hiding from the elements 🤣

And so many of us are struggling right now.

Maybe we can also use this posture to represent our emerging from hibernation.

That as with everything in life, change is coming.

And with it, new beginnings.

A new appreciation of life.

Hope.

Spring.

🙏🏽

www.yogawarrington.com

Do I need to be flexible to do yoga? 16/12/2022

Do I need to be flexible to do yoga?

Do I need to be flexible to do yoga? -

Do I need to be flexible to do yoga? Short answer is, no. I get many many emails, calls, texts, social media messages, google messages with this question - and I totally get it. Instagram is full of photos of yoga poses that are completely inaccessible for most people. There's also really harmful 'tutorial' videos showing hands on adju...

15/12/2022

In most translations of Ishvara Pranidhana, we're advised to 'surrender' to a higher (or supreme) being.

With the word 'Isvara' meaning 'God', 'Brahman', 'Supreme Being' or 'True Self' and with ''Pranidhana' meaning 'to fix'.

I think the 'true self' (the Atman) translation here could be more relatable for many of us, as a lot struggle with the concept of surrendering to a God.

Ishvara Pranidhana can be thought of as offering our actions for the good of humanity - that we are working with our true self, by doing good for humanity, for the sake of doing good.

The word 'surrender' can be difficult to grasp as well, as it can imply giving up control. But how we can think of this differently, is in terms of letting go of things which do not serve us, forgiving those who have wronged us, and looking forward with hope & faith.

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14/12/2022

I try to avoid talking about flexibility, simply because flexibility is often 'glorified' in yoga.

However, flexibility is part of yoga, so here we go... much of yoga history contains a lot of abuse. It is something we cannot and should not ignore. A lot of this abuse relates to 'forced flexibility' through practitioners (Jois, Iyengar, Bikram, etc), using brute force to get students into their ideal of the 'full pose'.

It doesn't take an expert to work out the injury this leads to. Over-stretched muscles lose their ability to contract normally (presenting a range of problems: joint instability, strains, sprains & dislocation).

So how does the nervous system affect flexibility?

Communication. Much research shows that the central nervous system (CNS) determines how we move into a stretch, based on its judgement of the safety it perceives us to be in, in that particular range of motion (it allows us to easily move into ranges where we have moved before & where we have muscular control).

When we are working with flexibility, we need to reassure our CNS that a particular range of motion is safe to move into.

How can we do this?

1️⃣ Breathing! Have you wondered why yoga teachers ask you to lengthen the exhale and breathe deeply? It is to signal to your nervous system that you're in a safe place.

2️⃣ Instead of using static movements to warm up for a particular pose, work with natural fluid movements.

3️⃣ Working with specific movements related to the pose you are working toward, throughout the class to prepare the body for the range of movement.

4️⃣ Maintaining a small bend in the joints to signal to the CNS that you are unlikely to over-stretch (hyper-extend) in the position.

5️⃣ Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF): by isometric contraction of the target muscle/muscle group, followed by relaxation of the muscle/muscle groups, through passive lengthening/stretching. This is called contract-relax

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Warrington, CW82LA

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Lucy’s Yoga Body Mind Lucy’s Yoga Body Mind
Warrington

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The MVMT Room The MVMT Room
Gate 2 Lymm Marina
Warrington, WA130SW

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Atropa Yoga Atropa Yoga
Warrington

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Little Yogis Little Yogis
Wharf Street
Warrington, WA46

Little Yogis’ classes are fun and energetic; combining songs, games, mindful moments, breathing an

Yoga with Louise Yoga with Louise
Stockton Heath
Warrington

Zen Den Yoga & Holistics Studio Zen Den Yoga & Holistics Studio
5 Lytham Close, Great Sankey
Warrington, WA51

Zen Den Yoga is a welcoming yoga studio that offers a comfortable and tranquil escape from the busy,

Mike Davies Iyengar Yoga Mike Davies Iyengar Yoga
Walton Lea Road
Warrington

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Effortless Breath Yoga Effortless Breath Yoga
Coniston Avenue
Warrington, WA52QY

Effortless Breath offers yoga classes and workshops for adults of all levels of ability.Pregnancy yo

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10 Bruche Heath Gardens
Warrington, WA13TP

'holding a space for healing'

Maria Kelly Yoga Maria Kelly Yoga
Cheshire Wellness Centre, Warrington Lane
Warrington, WA130SW

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Bee Yoga Bee Yoga
138 Loushers Lane
Warrington, WA42RH

Yoga and Well Being Centre •Infra red heated classes • None heated classes • Childrens yoga and meditation • Massage • Reiki • Community