Yoga for adults
When are the classes on?
Monday and Thursdays at 7pm in the Primary School Hall.
Where is Caroline Chisholm School?
On Wooldale Road in Wootton, Northampton. Here's a Google Maps link.
How much does it cost?
£5 per person.
Do I need to book?
You can book online here:
What do I need to bring?
A yoga mat, a yoga belt and a blanket.
What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing, such as a pair of tracksuit bottoms/leggings and a t-shirt. Bring a jumper if you are prone to getting chilly.
Who are the classes aimed at?
18 years and up.
Yoga works well in conjunction with other exercises. If you are a runner and you want to stretch out your hamstrings or lift weights and want to ensure you are maintaining an excellent posture to avoid injury, then this class is also perfect for you.
Is there parking at the school?
Yes, there is ample parking at the school.
Where do I go when I get to the school?
Enter the school through the secondary reception area, which is up the steps and over to the right. The staff at the reception desk can direct you to the Primary Hall.
What is that ambient music you use in class?
It was specially created by Deep Immersion Ambience for our class and it has been made available for everyone to use:
I still have question. How do I contact Sam?
You can email Sam on firstname.lastname@example.org or reach her on 07875 024 301.
Yoga for kids
A message from Northampton-based yoga teacher Samantha Nixon
Here you will find details on the classes I teach. Regardless of whether you are new to yoga or an experienced practitioner, I would be absolutely delighted to see you :o)
I firmly believe practising yoga helps you to become the very best version of who you really are. It rebalances your mind and body back into a blissful state of equilibrium. In the fast paced world we live in, it's impossible to not get caught up in working and planning. Yoga gives you the time to restore, to replenish and to rebalance your energy levels. It's a time that you dedicate to yourself. A gift from you, to you.
Seeing as you are here, why not enjoy this simple breathing exercise that can be practiced at anytime and wherever you are:
Think of the word "relax". It has two syllables, "re" and "lax". Now try this exercise. As you breathe in, think "re" to yourself, and as you breathe out, think "lax". Don't let your mind wander away from repeating the word "relax"' in tune with your breathing. When you breathe out, try to let go of any tensions in your body. Focus on the muscles which you know become tense when you're stressed. Remember, every time you breathe out: "laaaax".