This class develops strength, flexibility and body awareness through a mix of standing and seated postures.
Richard has trained and teaches many styles of yoga and movement including; hatha, vinyasa, restorative, yin, somatic, fascia fitness, and yoga as therapy. He blends them all together in his classes to suit everybody’s needs and requirements. Because of this it’s hard to define it as one particular yoga style or brand, but it could be considered a ‘fusion’ or ‘best of’.
Each session usually has a particular theme or focus, such as a specific area of the body (e.g. lower back, feet or breath), or it could be a philosophical theme (for example – stress, acceptance or transition). The classes are fun and creative and he’s brilliant at explaining some of the more complex body theories in a simple and understandable way.
Whether you’re a complete beginner or a regular Yogi – there is something for all.
Mats, blocks and straps are provided.
First Time? If you’d like to attend one of our classes, just turn up on the day. You don’t need to book a place or let us know you’re coming.
What should I wear? Anything comfortable that lets you move freely. You can wear tracksuit bottoms, leggings, t-shirts, and vests to most classes
15-minute rule: You won’t be allowed to join a class if you’re more than 15 minutes late. This is because you’ll have missed the warm-up, which increases your chance of injury.
Concessions: You can get a concession if you’re over 60, on income support, or in full-time education. Please note, you will need proof of ID.
Accessibility: We aim to make our classes accessible to everyone. Please call to discuss any support you might need.
16+ Dancers: We’ve extended adult classes to welcome 16 and 17-year-olds working at advanced levels. This is subject to agreement with the class tutor.
We’re on hand six days a week. Got a question – contact us on 0121 689 3170 or firstname.lastname@example.org