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Philippa Stevens has been teaching yoga classes in Haddenham for five years and is further expanding her timetable from January 2016.

Already running three popular classes in Haddenham, Philippa is adding a Monday evening class to the timetable from 4th January.

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. All classes are mixed ability so are suitable for complete beginners to the more experienced.

If one of your New Years Resolutions for 2016 is to feel a little happier in your mind and body then a regular yoga practice can help you to achieve this!

'Yoga for Everyone': Monday 7:45pm — 9:00pm at Haddenham St. Mary's CE School. For more details, see Philippa's website or telephone 07554 886 890.

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