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Yoga is a great way of reducing stress and anxiety, and improving physical and mental health. Taking an hour a week to relax and unwind can make a world of difference!
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Due to our precautionary measures to help delay the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), yoga classes at the Hospice have been cancelled until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience. To read our latest updates and guidance on how we are responding to the Coronavirus outbreak, please visit stclarehospice.org.uk/coronavirus 


Join our weekly yoga class

Yoga is an ancient practice that brings together mind and body. Using breathing exercises, meditation and poses, yoga is designed to promote relaxation and reduce stress.

We offer yoga here at St Clare because we believe in the importance of taking time to look after ourselves, and to unwind from the busy stresses of everyday life. Yoga at St Clare is open to anyone and everyone, and is a great way of taking an hour a week to recharge and meet new people.

Led by professional yoga teacher, Eve, the sessions take place in our lovely hospice Dining Room – situated at the heart of our peaceful grounds.

Where: The Dining Room, St Clare Hospice, Hastingwood Road, Hastingwood, CM17 9JX

When: Every Tuesday evening

Time: 5.15pm – 6.15pm

Price: £5 per session

Please remember to bring your own yoga mat, and wear non-restrictive clothing.

If you would like to come along to our weekly yoga class, you will need to book your place in advance. 

 Please contact our Community Engagement Manager, Sally Muylders, on 01279 773709 or email sally.muylders@stclarehospice.org.uk 

 


What are the benefits of yoga?

Practising yoga once a week can bring a wealth of benefits for both mental and physical health.

Here are some evidence-based benefits of practising yoga:

  1. Reduce stress
  2. Relieve anxiety
  3. May reduce inflammation
  4. Could improve heart health
  5. Improves quality of life
  6. May fight depression
  7. Could reduce chronic pain
  8. Could promote sleep quality
  9. Improves flexibility and balance
  10. Could help improve breathing
  11. May relieve migraines
  12. Promotes healthy eating habits
Source: Healthline  |   13 Benefits of Yoga that are Supported by Science