“A yoga practice is a breathing space to respond to the challenges and inspirations of our lives, helping us in the search for greater wellbeing.” Dr Theo Wildcroft

The pace of life has sped up……. choosing to slow down has become a powerful act of gentle rebellion. Slow mindful yoga teaches us how to slow things down, on and off the yoga mat, bringing more peace and joy to our lives.


Moving slowly builds more strength than moving quickly. Your muscles work less when relying on constant momentum.

Moving slowly allows the breath to be full and unhurried.

Moving slowly balances the nervous system and focuses the mind.

Moving slowly helps us to be present to enjoy the journey!

Moving slowly decreases the risk of injury and increases awareness.

Sarah’s yoga and mindful movement classes are fun and inclusive, and welcoming to people of all ages and abilities. She connects deeply with each individual student, supporting and encouraging them to embrace their unique abilities and to develop a yoga practice that is meaningful to them. Sarah focuses on teaching that yoga is about more than just asana, or physical postures – it is a way for us to get in touch with our daily experience of the world and process our feelings, thoughts and sensations to lead fuller, happier and more rewarding lives.

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