Deborah’s Blog

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How to look after your knees for the long haul

How to look after your knees for the long haul

This week it is time to fall in fascination with your own knees! The subject has become close to my heart because dancers usually sight knee joint pain as a reason to stop coming to class - either in the short term or in the long term and Yogi's often find it...

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10 Sleeping Position Nightmares!

10 Sleeping Position Nightmares!

  Most of the time in Yoga, we are discussing our daytime posture and how some of these bad habits might be affecting our overall ability to stand straight, without pain and reach and bend for things with ease.  Our aim is to to be able to fetch things from low...

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How to prepare for our first Zoom Session

How to prepare for our first Zoom Session

What to bring for bones and Joints small file Click on the link above to open a video about the equipment you will need for class this week and how to set up your room for the zoom meeting.  If you don't ordinarily attend Yoga but you want to try a session, just let...

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Things to bring to Tech Neck Class

Things to bring to Tech Neck Class

Usual mat, blanket and cushion Yoga Brick Soft but firm support to make a pad for the mid back such as a pair of men's or Wellie socks.  NOT an ordinary pair of socks as these will make too small a pad.  A hand towel with an elastic band around will work equally as...

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12th October: What the new Rules mean for classes

12th October: What the new Rules mean for classes

You'll have heard that in England there are now three tiers of COVID alert level, and that South Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire are both in the middle category (High).  In this category there will be no social mixing between different households, but it is not the same...

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Sciatic Nerves & their Clinical Significance

Sciatic Nerves & their Clinical Significance

The sciatic nerve is the largest (thickest) and longest nerve in your body and supplies nerve feedback to the back of the thigh, the leg and has further branches all the way down to the foot so you can see why it is such an important part of our anatomy.  It has both...

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Things to bring to Red Light Reflex Class

Things to bring to Red Light Reflex Class

Yoga Mat (unless you will be doing the whole class on a chair). Optional Tennis Ball (or other ball) for self massage purposes (front of shoulder).  I have now located the tennis balls so you can have one of these to take home if you like. If working on the mat only:...

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What to Bring to Green Light Reflex Yoga Class

What to Bring to Green Light Reflex Yoga Class

If you have time, have a look at this week's blog in order to prepare you for class.  It's going to be a VERY relaxing class in parts which I hope you will really enjoy with quite some time on the floor so if you have a thin mat, bring a blanket to pad the mat out....

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