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About Hatha Yoga (WB13 Summer)

This course combines meditation, postures and breathing techniques to develop profound relaxation, inviting more consciousness and wellbeing into our daily lives.

What will you learn on this course?

Hatha is a subtle classical yoga which incorporates various asanas (postures) and is deepened with the use of pranayama (breathing exercises) and meditation. You will learn sequences that combine postures and breathing exercises. You will also learn various meditation techniques and discover how yoga can help to improve balance, flexibility, and concentration. This is complemented by a sense of well-being which arises naturally from the process of engaging in yoga.

By attending this course, you can expect to gain a deeper understanding of the philosophy of yoga and the confidence to practice both in the class and independently.

Each class will run for 75mins with time built in at the end to gently ease out of the practice and move into the next part of your day.

Who is this course for?

This course is for adults aged 18+ years. It is open to students of all levels, including beginners with no previous yoga experience, and for improvers who are wishing to deepen their practice.

The nature of the course allows students to participate in group sequences while developing their own understanding and engaging with yoga at their own pace. Yoga is an individual experience and alternative options for the postures will be offered where possible so that each student is able to relax their body and mind throughout the session.

At the heart of MAC is a focus on accessibility and inclusion. Please contact us to discuss your specific access needs. The room is wheelchair accessible. A support worker or carer may assist; carers must book a complimentary ticket if attending to provide support.

You should avoid having a meal during the 2 hours before the class. Please note that this course is not designed for pregnant women. All students should inform the tutor of any ongoing health problems.

Do you need to bring anything?

Please wear comfortable clothes that allow free movement. You must bring your own yoga mat and a blanket or extra layer of clothing to keep you warm during meditation.

Are there any additional costs?

You must provide a non-slip yoga mat at your own expense.

Who teaches this course?

Victoria Scott

Dates and times

  • May – July 2025