Yoga Instructor in Corvera

Yoga Instructor in Corvera2018-11-28T15:16:39+00:00

Are you looking for a yoga instructor in Corvera?

Kate Jones (Yogini Gayatri)

With over 2,000 Teaching hours of experience, I have had the pleasure of teaching an Olympic Athlete and have been humbled by supporting students fighting cancer and rehabilitation from injury. Yoga has completely changed my life and I would love to share my journey with you.

♥ Classical Hatha Yoga

♥ Yin Yoga

♥ Vinyassa Flow Yoga

♥ Yoga Nidra

♥ Guided Meditation

♥ Yoga Alliance – Qualified Teacher Trainer

My Ethos…

♥ Wanderlust

♥ Love Laugh Live

Co Founder of the Unique & Unified YogaSplatMat™

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For more information about Kate, or to register interest in Corvera Yoga, visit her website

GAYATRI YOGA

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What is Classical Hatha Yoga?

Classical Hatha Yoga (CHY) is the path of yoga giving first attention to the physical body. There are many names behind yoga practice and it is easy to get lost in this. Yoga literally means ‘union’ and has four paths.

Karma Yoga – The action of Selfless Service

Bhakti Yoga – Path of devotion to a Guru or God

Raja Yoga – To pay focus and control the mind

Jnana – The path of Knowledge

Raja yoga focuses primarily on the mind. The mind is perceived as the ‘Ruler/King/Royal’ of the psycho-physical structure, which is constantly working whether we realise it or not.

A good command of self-discipline is required of the self to maintain the union with the mind & body.  This helps to keep a good balance of physical and mental wellbeing.

Although Yoga helps to grow and maintain flexibility, the ability to do difficult postures is not necessary, our main concern is to focus and be aware of the body and the breath.  A good comprehension is needed of the anatomical and physiological principles of each asana.  This will enable us to grow and improve our practise with time.  Expectation should be realistic and not overinflated.

Try to make a mental note of how your first session goes and even keep a diary, as it is important not to ask too much of yourself.  The CHY sequence is a great way of tracking your progress, as each week goes by you will soon notice your body becoming much more pliable and stronger, you will notice muscle tone and posture improve, which will encourage you to continue.

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