Welcome to our new quarterly blog feature - Humans of Yoga To Go.
This month we meet one of our yoga teachers Renee Stridfeldt and ask her 5 quick questions, to help us get to know her and our wonderful little community. Read More
Yoga To Go Studio currently has an opportunity for an energetic and enthusiastic Pilates Teacher to join our Team.
Applicants must hold relevant Pilates mat qualification, insurance and be available to teach on Saturday Mornings with a view to pick up additional classes and covers cover. Read More
Going on a Yoga Retreat gives you the opportunity to take time out from the day to day, immerse yourself in the peace and tranquility of nature, be nourished with delicious vegetarian meals, whilst re connecting with yourself and your practice. Read More
“Yoga has a threefold impact on health. It keeps healthy people healthy, it inhibits the development of diseases, and it aids in recovery from ill health.” – BKS Iyengar, Light on Life (p.60)
Yoga not only delivers physical benefits like improved flexibility and increased strength, but also helps to regulate and boost the body’s immune system Read More
Emerge into the sweet sounds of Spring with a healing Soundscape to elevate and enlighten as you become immersed in a sonic landscape of gongs, bronze and crystal singing bowls and sound meditation. Read More
A simple seated twist, Baradvajasana I can be practiced by people of all ages and abilities, including pregnant women as there is no compression on the abdomen. This pose provides a lateral extension and works the dorsal and lumbar regions of the back, and is greatly beneficial for people who work at a computer or desk all day. Read More
In a world where women can now do just about anything and are busier than ever, yoga has become a great tool for coping with the pressures of modern-day life, while improving overall health and fitness. Read More
Pause as the sun stands still in the sky, be immersed in the sublime sounds of light filled gongs and singing bowls as you experience deeply restorative relaxation, recalibrating your nervous system, relieving tension, refreshing your mind. Being submerged in an ocean of sound allows healing to occur at a deep level. Read More
Getting a regular home yoga practice going is not easy. Yet it’s one of the best ways to develop and grow your practice and understanding of yoga.
There are distractions, chores to be done and social media to scroll through. Then you have to work out which poses you should do – which can be daunting if you’re not a yoga teacher or regularly putting together class sequences. Read More
The physical health benefits of yoga, like increased strength, flexibility and balance have long been known and accepted. However, in recent years scientists and researchers have also begun looking at the affect that yoga can have on our mental and emotional health. Read More