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By Haddenham Webteam - 15th July 2015 3:00pm
Philippa Stevens has been teaching yoga classes in Haddenham for five years and is expanding her timetable of classes from September. Having practiced yoga for 12 years and teaching for seven years, yoga is a life long passion for Philippa.
What is Yoga?
Yoga is the practice of physical postures, designed to strengthen and stretch the body. The postures are combined with a focus on breathing to develop calmer, more centred minds.
Is yoga for me?
Accoding to Philippa: 'I'm not very flexible, I'd be no good at yoga' is a common refrain — but this is precisely why we should practice!
The classes are mixed ability so aim to offer a challenge for everyone regardless of age, size or fitness.
We all want to feel a little happier in our minds and body's and a regular yoga practice can help us to achieve this.
For further details on classes, visit www.philippayoga.co.uk or call 01844 292 341
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