Tao Yoga classes in Oxford

Stretching and breathing .....

... relaxing in structure and letting go ...

Weekly Tao Yoga Spring class in Oxford
Wednesdays 10am - 11.10am

NEW: Wednesdays 6.30pm class starts on 27th October and the Monday 9am class starts on 1st November - 65 minutes each

Learn yoga in a slow-pace with aspects of the ancient Taoist traditions.
- We focus on proper alignment and mental repose. Devoting more time to a posture, which naturally decreases stress and encourages relaxation. The longer you hold a pose, the more time your muscles and connective tissues have to relax and lengthen.
- This improves flexibility, supports muscle development and helps open up areas around the joints that are difficult to access (i.e. hips and lower back).
- Also, since it’s easier to let the mind wander during periods of physical stillness, slow yoga classes provide an opportunity to practice deep concentration while focusing on inhalations and exhalations.
- The class finishes with a  5 - 8 minute meditation. You can sit upright on a chair or cross-legged on your mat or lie down on the floor.

Yoga blocks and yoga straps are provided:

  • Yoga blocks can support to stay longer in a posture and relax deeper. It's very good for the cross-legged posture.
  • Yoga straps are helpful to get a better stretch or help beginners to be able to do some postures.

For all fitness levels - I will offer modified as well as advanced options.

When possible bring a Yoga mat.

Tuition fee:  8 weeks $85 or $15 casual.   Booking is essential.

The advanced class is booked out, but you can be on the waiting list or start with the beginner class. I will offer more advanced options, when this is required.

Venue: Town Hall, backroom, Main Street, Oxford

The evening class will restart on 27th October.

Wednesdays at 6.30pm (60 minutes)

All Yoga classes offer a sun salutation sequence, with different difficulty levels.

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