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One Yoga and Mindfulness gift your kids will LOVE this Christmas

This is one that really excites me as it’s all about gratitude and the importance of documenting the simple things in life. 

Are you suffering from SAD?

It's normal to have some days when you feel down, but if your symptoms recur at the same time each year, you may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

Symptoms, which usually start in the autumn or winter and improve in the spring, can include a persistent low mood, irritability, guilt, worthlessness or anxiety. Sufferers can become less sociable and feel lethargic, needing more sleep and sometimes craving more carbohydrate food leading to weight gain in the process.

 

Berkhamsted Yoga Ashtanga: Video interview with Cathy - how did she get into ashtanga?

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There's no better way to find out about berkhamsted yoga than checking out this short 1 minute interview with Cathy, our lead ashtanga yoga teacher at the studio. Find out how she went from stiff marathon running to ashtanga yogi! Allow yourself to be inspired and check out what our ashtanga mysore yoga classes are like in this quick introductory video. There's no need to be flexible or have any experience of yoga. It's a fantastic practice that just keeps on giving. Get fit, healthy & de-stress.

Berkhamsted Yoga: From injury prevention to mental equilibrium - meet Kevin, an ashtanga yogi at the studio

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At BAYoga we love to ask our students about their journey with their yoga practice. Meet Kevin, a regular at the studio who tells us his story.

What attracted you to try ashtanga yoga?

  I found Ashtanga by accident in 1996 when The Lifecentre opened in London. I went along to the beginners yoga class with Liz Lark, not knowing what I was letting myself in for and with no idea about ashtanga yoga.
 

When did you first start and how regularly do you practice?

Berkhamsted Yoga: From injury prevention to mental equilibrium - meet Kevin, an ashtanga yogi at the studio

At BAYoga we love to ask our students about their journey with their yoga practice. Meet Kevin, a regular at the studio who tells us his story.

What attracted you to try ashtanga yoga?

  I found Ashtanga by accident in 1996 when The Lifecentre opened in London. I went along to the beginners yoga class with Liz Lark, not knowing what I was letting myself in for and with no idea about ashtanga yoga.
 

When did you first start and how regularly do you practice?

Berkhamsted Yoga: From injury prevention to mental equilibrium - meet Kevin, an ashtanga yogi at the studio

At BAYoga we love to ask our students about their journey with their yoga practice. Meet Kevin, a regular at the studio who tells us his story.

What attracted you to try ashtanga yoga?

  I found Ashtanga by accident in 1996 when The Lifecentre opened in London. I went along to the beginners yoga class with Liz Lark, not knowing what I was letting myself in for and with no idea about ashtanga yoga.
 

When did you first start and how regularly do you practice?

What every newbie should know about ashtanga yoga

I’m sure you’ve all heard that yoga is good for you, but it can be hard to understand exactly what the specific benefits might be from person to person. To help newbies understand, we’re starting a series of profiles of our existing students so you can hear from the horse’s mouth how yoga can really help you.

We spoke to one of our regular ashtanga yoga clients, Tony, about why he practices yoga and how it benefits him.

Meet Tony

A yoga set to left off steam (especially for mummies!)

Want to try some yoga at home?

Why not practice along with our resident vitality yoga teacher, Suzy in her yoga video to let off steam.

Need more support? Join her for her No More Scary Mummy workshop on Sunday 3rd December. Book now.

 

 

Berkhamsted pilates - Why pilates might be for you

As we wind down from summer and look at getting back into our routines, have you considered Pilates as a new addition?

Our resident pilates teacher comes from an injury rehabiliation background so she can support all bodies and a number of injuries in the class.

5 reasons to practice yoga early in the morning

1. Feel good factor

What could be more virtuous than an early start with an invigorating yoga practice? The combination is hard to beat when it comes to feeling good about yourself. And, while getting up early can be challenging on even a good morning, once you’ve finished your yoga practice, you’ll begin the day
with a positive mindset and a spring in your step.

2. A healthy approach to the day

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