Using a combination of stretching and breathing exercises, our yoga classes in Solihull can help improve posture, strength and flexibility.
Yoga classes at Village Gym Solihull include classic yoga styles such as Hatha, Vinyasa and Ashtanga Yoga, designed to stretch the muscles and perfect that posture.
Our yoga class is a great way to relax the body, and the mind, whist improving muscle strength, posture and making you all the more flexible!
Our yoga class at Village Gym Solihull will have you moving your body in ways you never knew it could!
We'll perform exercises to strengthen the back, neck, upper body muscles and core, to improve your strength, balance, posture and overall body tone.
Our Solihull yoga class is great for anyone!
Newcomers to Village Gym, fitness class fanatics looking for something new, older adults keen to maintain their active lifestyle, or Mum groups that love a sociable style of workout during the quieter times of the day.
No matter what your fitness levels, you can really make it your own. Your expert yoga instructor at Village Gym Solihull will adapt any movements you find too challenging whilst you find your feet.
Stress-related conditions such as anxiety disorders and depression can be helped with regular yoga classes. It's ideal for anyone with a stressful job, busy family life or sleeping difficulties.
The social aspect of our Solihull yoga class will help to increase your confidence and self-esteem. Whilst the breathing techniques used will help to promote calm and relaxation.
With relaxation, comes better sleep, so you'll find you can drift off more easily at night.
By regularly attending our Solihull yoga class, you'll notice the following improvements...
improved muscle strength and tone
improved breathing and more energy
a better metabolism to aid with weight loss
improved cardio and circulatory health
reduced risk of injury
Whilst it's not as high energy or exhausting as many other fitness classes, our Solihull yoga class will still give your body a good workout.
So be prepared to feel a little sore after your first session, as you get used to stretching out new muscle groups you wouldn't usually target.
The yoga movements themselves may take a few goes to perfect, though your yoga instructor will guide you through the correct technique.
If you find the moves a little too challenging, your yoga instructor will modify positions for you whilst you get into the swing of things.
Our yoga class in Solihull will help to relax the mind and body, restore calm and improve your concentration.
If you have a hectic family life, stressful job or struggle to concentrate throughout the day, regularly attending our Solihull yoga classes will help you to feel more alert, enjoy better concentration and clear your mind of stress. Leaving you more energy to tackle the tasks in hand!
Yoga is a great form of exercise for older members who want to maintain an active lifestye, without risking injury or discomfort.
No heavy weights, no high energy movements, our gentle Solihull yoga class can help to keep the body flexible and lean.
Our yoga class is popular with members over 60, thanks to the numerous techniques that can help to relieve back pain, arthritis and improve balance.
"I've been doing yoga classes twice a week at Village Gym Solihull for many years. It's become a part of my long term fitness plan and has really helped to tone up my body and ease my lower back pain after having my first child."
"The instructors at Village Gym Solihull are really good at explaining the techniques. If it's something your body can't quite master they'll find an easier way for you to do it. So you feel fully involved in the class at all times."
- Village Gym Solihull Yoga Fans -
Pranayama, or yogic breathing, is a focus on controlling the breath through breathing exercises and techniques. You'll get to grips with controlled breathing during your Solihull yoga class.
Several studies have found that practicing yoga could help improve breathing, reducing issues with lung disease, heart problems and asthma.
Improving breathing can help build endurance, maximise your performance and keep your lungs healthy.
From pumping blood throughout the body to supplying muscle tissues with key nutrients, your heart has one heck of a job, so it's important to keep it healthy.
Studies show that regular yoga classes can help improve heart health and reduce the risk of heart disease.
High blood pressure is one of the major causes of heart problems, such as heart attacks and stroke. Lowering your blood pressure can help reduce the risk of these issues.