Sian Rule Yoga

Creative, inclusive and friendly Yoga classes for your health and well-being.

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Lose weight naturally

We often want to lose a few pounds. Sometimes we do it without thinking, our body just knows when to consume less. At this time of year, after lots of treats and big sociable meals it can a be a more conscious decision. Yoga can help raise this awareness, encouraging the body to self regulate, provide physical postures to enable the body to work well internally as well as externally, and teaches non violence or ahimsa. This means not simply doing no physical damage to anyone but also being kind to ourselves; not over eating and eating healthily so we can live positively and in harmony in body, mind and spirit. Here’s to a Happy New Year!


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Get Fit for the New Year!

Young Woman ExercisingFeeling sluggish? Boost your energy and feel alive! 

Llandogo Village Hall               

Saturday 26th January 2013 10am – 1.30pm

Shape up for the New Year!  After the treats and excesses of the Christmas and New Year breaks, we all check how well we’re fitting into our clothes, whether we’ve put on weight or simply how we’re feeling.

It’s a great chance to say goodbye to that sluggish feeling and those extra pounds. Get your circulation moving again, give a boost to your energy and jump into the new year with a spring in your step!

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Balance things out!

Family Eating Christmas Dinner TogetherIf you eat too much, drink too much and sit about too much today – be easy on yourself! It’s allowed at Christmas!

And to balance things out, try one of the below for a stretch out – I promise you’ll feel much better for it!

  •  Hold onto a table edge so your back is flat and legs vertical, stretch back through the shoulders and spine to the tailbone and push down through the feet into the floor.

  • Take a walk in the fresh air (hopefully between the rain)

  • Downward facing dog – when your last meal has long-gone!

  • Stand upright and slowly come onto toes and down again – in slow motion!

  • If something more sedentary is required, lie comfortably on your back with legs up the wall and relax! Recovery time for your hard-working legs – vital after all that slaving away at the stove!!

But above all – enjoy the holiday time with family and friends – it enhances life and lifts the spirit!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!