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5 reasons why Postnatal Yoga will help you and your baby

http://screenstives.org.uk/tag/bums-on-seats/ Postnatal Yoga with Baby is specifically designed for new mums to bring your body gently back to alignment, closing those overworked areas after pregnancy and birth, and supporting your journey in recovering strength and tone in a safe yet challenging way.

No previous yoga experience […]

Namaste

What does Namaste mean?
I’m sure you have joined in with the ritual of saying Namaste, bringing your hands together at the heart and bowing at the end of yoga class. But you  have no doubt wondered why Namaste is said by teacher and students and what […]

By |Monday, February 29, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Why do we chant Om?

What is OM?
Om is a simple mantra (a sound used to aid meditation) often chanted at the beginning and end of yoga classes.  It sets a tone and intention to a class, connecting students with themselves and each other and seals the end of […]

By |Monday, November 30, 2015|Yoga AtoZ|0 Comments

Mr Sun

In Baby Yoga “we sing to relax our bodies, release our tensions, lift our spirits and delight our babies” Sally Lomas
A favourite song in class is Mr Sun. We combine the song with arm movements by the parents to engage babies, make a loving […]

3 ways to support Cheshire Search and Rescue this summer

Every year I support a charity through yoga events with my students.  This year, Breathing Space Yoga is fundraising for Cheshire Search and Rescue, here’s how you can help:
 
1. Join in our Baby Yoga Teddy Bears Picnic in Northwich
If you are a past or present […]

By |Tuesday, June 30, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Breathing Space Baby Yoga is 1 year old!

4 venues later, 83 hours of classes, 63 babies and their mummies,  1 website, 1 fledgling blog and £303 for charity later and here I am with a full blown 1 year old yoga business.
On 20th June 2013 I taught my very first class […]

We Recommend Wednesday – My Daddy Cooks

Perfect for Father’s Day!
A great, affordable family cookbook which encourages you to cook with your children.
I bought this cook-book for my husband, John, on Father’s Day a couple of years back.  He likes to cook and this seemed like a nice gift from our […]

2 Good Reasons to support The Brain Tumour Charity

1. Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40
The Brain Tumour Charity provides support for anyone diagnosed with a brain tumour and their families, it undertakes research to try to improve quality of life and survival rates of brain […]

2 simple Baby Yoga moves for Tummy Time

How to give your baby more tummy time using Baby Yoga.
Due to current research into Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and the importance of putting babies to sleep on their backs, young babies now spend less time on their tummies. It is very important for […]

By |Wednesday, February 26, 2014|Baby Yoga|0 Comments

Asana, Anusara® Yoga and Aha! Moments

This weekend was the first of 10 weekends and one 4 day retreat which I will spend with several other yoga devotees as we train to become yoga teachers over the next year. It was scary, exciting, enriching, calming, brain hurting and wonderful in […]

By |Thursday, February 6, 2014|Yoga Teacher Training|0 Comments