Beach Yoga Timetable
Last class Tuesday 22nd December return Saturday 2nd January 2021
Thanks for all your support during 2020.
Monday 6.00am + 8.45am
Beach Yoga classes go for one hour.
All classes are suitable for beginners - intermediate.
Beach classes are held at: Southern lawn, Suttons beach, Margate, Redcliffe (near The Pavillion). Bring: Yoga mat/towel, water Wear: comfortable clothing
In the fitness industry for 30 years, Monica has worked in all aspects of the fitness industry and now chooses to do yoga on the beach with beautiful souls. For the past ten years Monica has focused her classes and books on growing emotional intelligence through yoga and offers workshops for teachers and parents based on yoga in the classroom.
What can I expect?
All beach yoga classes go for one hour and offer beginner-intermediate options. Your yoga instructor will give you alternate exercises if there are some things you cannot do. Please speak to your instructor prior to the class if you are pregnant, or have any injuries or concerns.
Classes begin with a warm up, followed by stronger postures, with softer postures towards the end. Meditation is for about 10 minutes and all you are required to do is breathe and be in the moment. Throughout the class there is never an obligation to do what the instructor or other people are doing. Honour yourself in each moment and do what is right for you. If you are feeling off colour and prefer to lie down or sit in one posture for a while; please do. This class is about allowing you to find your space, health, healing and self-acceptance. Yoga is the tool to get you there. It's not about the postures, it's about you. Love, honour, and accept you are where you are and that's the best you can do. You are already perfect. Stop trying so hard. Just allow yourself to be. You will find the people in our yoga class warm, friendly and accepting. Come as yourself. Come where you are. Give yourself this opportunity. Namaste.
About Beach Yoga
Beach classes began in April 2009 on the beautiful Suttons beach in Margate, Redcliffe. We began with one person, and then it was two. We have now formed a lovely community.
What is Yoga?
Yoga is recognised as an ancient system of philosophies, principles and practices derived from the Vedic tradition of India and the Himalayas more than 2500 years ago. It is a system that recognises the multi-dimensional nature of the human person, and primarily relates to the nature and workings of the mind, based on experiential practice and self-enquiry.
Yoga and personal development
By accepting your self in every posture, you learn to accept yourself in life. By opening your heart in 'heart opening' postures, you learn to let go of the resistance in your heart and let love in. The deep breathing in yoga lowers stress hormones and increases happy hormones, so you will increase happiness and attract more positive experiences. Yoga is the microcosm of your life. The more you love yourself in yoga, the more you love yourself in life. Yoga can be practiced at home or in a group. However you practice yoga, you will learn more about yourself and bring joy and harmony to your life.
There are easy postures for beginners, and more advanced postures for when your body has improved in strength and flexibility.
The added bonus to yoga is it doesn't matter if your young, old, sick or well, you will be able to practice yoga and improve the quality of your life.