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What is Yoga?

There are many different stems of yoga, but Hatha is known as 'the route of yoga.' My classes include a relaxation period, warm up and mobilisation, the main poses or asanas, and a guided meditation to help you relax and enjoy the energy you've just created. 

Can anyone do Yoga?

No experience is necessary and mats can be provided if you need one - please let me know when booking. Poses can be modified to suit different fitness levels, injuries and flexibilities. You don't need to be super flexible to start yoga and classes will only improve this! If you have a health condition you should always talk to your GP before starting a fitness regime. Yoga is not a competition and it is not a religion. 

When are the classes?
(Please note the reduced schedule as I prepare for maternity leave)

Wednesday - Mixed Level Hatha Flow, Beginners Welcome 

Stanpit Village Hall, Christchurch, 6-7pm and 7.15 - 8.15pm. The last class of 2019 will be Wednesday 27th November. Emma will take over the class on the 6th January whilst I am on maternity leave. 

I also do regular beginners classes and workshops, and retreats throughout the South coast. 

How much are classes and how do I book? 

Sessions are £7.50 each, 5 for £35 or 10 for £60. To book, please contact me on 07507 232345 / claire@vimaala.com. Classes must be pre booked and paid for in advance. Please let me know if you need a mat. You can pay online here 

What should I wear?

Make sure you are comfortable and wear clothes that do not restrict your movement. Gym / sports leggings, shorts or jogging bottoms are perfect. Bring a jumper and socks as your body will cool down during the final meditation.