Gentle yoga – Mondays 10.30am and Wednesday’s 2pm
Suitable for anyone recovering from a physical illness, operation or just wanting to get back in shape. No need to be bendy!
When: Mondays 10.30am – 11.10am and Wednesdays 2pm – 2.40pm
Following the lock downs we have decided to stay on Zoom until further notice, anyone interested in an in person class please see below Over 60’s yoga.
Prices from January 2023: 8 week course £66 (16 x 40 min lessons)
Full payment in advance of the course, on receipt of your payment your place on the course will be confirmed along with the Zoom link. If you are new to yoga and would like to try a taster session for £10 to decide if you would like to sign up for the 8 week course. To avoid disappointment please book in advance, sadly spaces cannot be held without full payment.
Over 60’s yoga – Tuesdays 10.30am
An 8 week course encourages you to establish a yoga routine, specifically designed to help build muscle strength to reduce joint pain, increase flexibility, mobility, coordination and balance. Relaxation and breathing techniques to help cope with day-to-day pain, reduce stress and calm the mind.
When: Tuesday mornings 10.30-11.30am
Where: The Beacon Centre, Pendragon House, Beacon Lane, Exeter, EX4 8LZ
Prices from January 2023: 8 week course £66
Booking and payment in advance of course by bank transfer or cash. If you are new to yoga and would like to try a taster session for £10 to decide if you would like to sign up for the 8 week course. Spaces are limited to 10 people for the Over 60’s class, to avoid disappointment please book in advance, sadly spaces cannot be held without full payment.
About the Classes
We are all becoming increasingly aware of the importance of keeping the mind and body healthy and active to prevent illness and promote wellbeing. Designed for all levels of health, starting off at a slow pace working within your own comfort level.
*Please note these courses are aimed at teaching people how to get in touch with their body and understand how the body works for good health, rather than a general “keep fit class”. Yoga classes are not substitutes for specialist support, psychotherapy, support group, clinical or medical services.
What to wear? It is best to wear loose fitting trousers and a top, something that has some stretch in it so you are able to move comfortably. Socks to keep your feet warm.
As well as your yoga mat, you may also find it useful to have a blanket, cushion and a yoga block, if you are at home then a chunky hardback book will do!