My FREE COPY e-book was written with you in mind!
I hope that it will answer all the less obvious questions you may have about yoga.
Knowing some of this stuff would certainly have helped me make better choices at the start of my yoga journey in 2009. I would probably have got much better results far more quickly, if I had known to ask these questions before I started!
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More about Diversity Yoga
Diversity yoga offers local yoga for beginners around Hampshire and Surrey.
Our leading yoga for beginners is based in Farnborough, Farnham, Fleet. Diversity Yoga teaches you how to live in one’s body with ease, acceptance and compassion. It’s time to relish the joys of simply being alive and to enjoy the blessings of having a healthy, fully functioning body – whatever that means to you.
To see beginners classes near you visit the following pages:
The key aim of Diversity Yoga is to bring the health benefits and mindful approach of yoga to the wider population of the UK.
Cathy Richardson is the founder of Diversity Yoga. She says:
“After several years of my own dedicated yoga practice, I am fitter, healthier, happier and generally in far better shape than I have been for years. Yoga provides an amazing coping mechanism when the stress of modern business life steals our joy, reducing us to less than what we can be. Sharing joy creates joy, and if I can have a positive impact on only just one body, then I would have achieved my purpose. Clearly, if many people benefit from this offering then it will be joy multiplied!”
Diversity Yoga is about getting healthier, fitter, happier and more receptive of the one body we were all blessed with. Every body is different. As every life has taken a different path, so every body has different patterns, ranges of motion, levels of flexibility and strength. Some of these patterns and habits are healthy and good, others are less so. But our bodies are the vehicles for our lives, lifestyle choices and the challenges we face everyday. The output can be good or bad, depending on the choices we make and the situations we find ourselves in.