When you attend one of our classes at Satazure, you will learn all the major asanas of yoga. Learning these poses, and their benefits for the posture, mindfulness and wellbeing of the individual. With proper breathing in these poses helps promote positivity, relaxation, and rejuvenation of our bodies.
The yoga asana class begins with learning the core yoga poses. The Mountain Pose, the Child Pose and the Tree Pose, for example. After three or four classes you will be introduced to breathing exercises, short meditation, and further asanas. My classes also employ positive affirmations and self-help techniques, to help clear the subconscious from negative beliefs and replace them with positive ones.
Latham court hall
6.30pm-7.30pm Wednesday evening class
£8 (can be paid online or in person)
£6 for elderly over 60 years old
In the comfort of your own place
6.30pm-7.30pm every Wednesday
£8 (must be paid online)
This standing pose is very frequently the pose that begins a yoga class. It improves posture and concentration, and is a great breathing asana.
This is a standing, balanced pose, where the practitioner rests one foot against their leg while standing, and remains steady while breathing.
This resting pose is intended to enhance concentration and breathing, and is commonly used to bring a class to a close, enabling you to gather your thoughts and meditate.
This gentle resting pose calms the mind, and stretches the hips and lower back, relieving tension in the body and the mind.
The Triangle pose is to help stretch the sides of the body, and stretch the leg muscles. Each side of the body is stretched in turn, while taking long, deep breaths.
This yoga asana helps strengthen the back and the core muscles, and stretches the frontal muscles.
This well-known yoga asana stretches the whole body, and leaves practitioners feeling rejuvenated and energised.
This pose helps to open up the chest, as well as improving mobility in the lower back, and strengthening the core.
This yoga asana works on the upper body, as well as the legs. It is also excellent for strengthening the muscles supporting the spine.
This powerful stretch is great for releasing tension in the backs of the legs and the lower back.