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Claire Beeley Yoga
Postures lubricate the joints, muscles, nerves, and organs by increasing circulation, strength, and flexibility.
Breathing techniques aid the body in connecting to its tremendous potential stores of energy.
Prana is the universal vital energy or life force found in all living forms and supplied by food, water, air, and sun. The practice of pranayama aims at increasing this life force. A person who has abundant pranic energy radiates vitality and strength.
Yoga Nidra is nature’s way of calming and recharging, and much more.
During Yoga Nidra, there is little, or no energy being consumed, the body relaxes and the mind follows instructions - no effort required, other than staying awake. normalising blood pressure and strengthening the immune system.
Meditation explores the depth of yoga and helps you reach natural happiness.
By turning the mind inward we can deepen concentration and free up potential energy needed to be still. Not many people can sit without preparation because it hurts, the mind is too busy, or you fall asleep. But following the yoga system step by step and not trying to be too ambitious in the beginning the progression is seamless.
A healthy vegetarian diet of seasonal organic wholefood heightens awareness, peace and tranquility.
Yogic food is simple and easy to digest, making you feel clearer, lighter and energised after eating. It brings you to a state of balance, builds immunity and improves the healing response.
"Claire intuitively recognises what the student will most benefit from... and is able to place the practice and learning of yoga in the context most relevant to the student. I have no hesitation in recommending her"
Andrew Bearpark CBE
The syllable 'ha' in hatha denotes the vital force governing the physical body. 'Tha' refers to the mental force making ha-tha yoga a catalyst to an awakening of the two energies that govern our lives. Hatha yoga harmonises and purifies the body systems and focus the mind in preparation for more advanced meditation practices.