Dawn Green

Yoga

Reach, Relax, Replenish & Revive

Wellness for the body and mind

Yoga from the comfort of my Studio

Dawn Green Yoga classes in Hednesford and Cannock are a fusion of Hatha, Vinyasa and Kundalini yoga. Combining the pose with the breath releases natural energy within us. The practice is sealed with meditation and a deep relaxation.

Do you want to feel stronger, more focused, healthy and happy? Well look no further. If you are a complete beginner or already fluent in the poses, my classes suit all abilities. 

Come along with your mat and let me guide you through your inner journey and explore the wisdom of yoga.

Register & Reserve a Space at one of my venues, it is so easy.

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My Latest Yoga Class Bookings

CLASS BOOKINGS WILL BE AVAILABLE
TUES FOR MONDAY CLASS (PYE GREEN) &
FRIDAY FOR THURSDAY CLASS (HAYES GREEN)

Thursday Class, Hayes Green

Thursday Class, Hayes Green

April 18, 2024    
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
£6.00
STRAIGHT, STRONG & FLEXIBLE SPINE IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE IN I HOUR.  I WANT YOU TO LEAVE MY CLASS TALLER THAN WHEN YOU ARRIVED !    [...]
Monday Class, Pye Green

Monday Class, Pye Green

April 15, 2024    
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
CHATURANGA DANDASANA TRANSLATES AS 'Four Limbed Staff Pose'. THIS POSE REQUIRES STRONG ARM STRENGTH.  THIS CLASS WILL BUILD STRENGTH IN OUR BICEPS, TRICEPS, SHOULDERS & [...]

Yoga styles

Hatha

Hatha is the general term for the word ‘yoga’.  It is a systematic practice of physical exercise, breath control and relaxation. By moving at your own pace within the practice you will incorporate pranayana, asanas and meditation, standing, seated and lying . Hatha is accessible to all or with modifications.

Vinyasa

Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterised by stringing the asanas (yoga postures) together, so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. Often referred to as ‘Flow Yoga’ because this involves moving at a faster pace and requires greater breath control.

Kundalini

Kundalini enhances your practice by promoting more self-awareness and inner stillness.  Uncoiling the energy lying dormant at the base of the spine by working through the Chakras. Each Kriya (sequence), often practised with your eyes closed, allows the energy to rise giving us increased energy and vitality.

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