Yoga for Relaxation

Holding your asana is important in yoga, however, it’s just as important to calm your mind and control your breathing. Focusing on breathwork helps you relax, connect to yourself and discover internal balance. In this hectic world, it’s important to find a way to relax and centre yourself to manage stress and maintain wellbeing. Relaxation will help you become more confident, make better decisions and deal more effectively with the stress of everyday life.

Our Newcastle Iyengar Yoga Studio is designed to support you find relaxation and peace through regular practice. Our fully certified teachers are ready to help improve your wellbeing, build your confidence, guide you towards self care and show you how to better manage stress.

Stress Management

How do you rate your current levels of stress on a scale of 1 to 10? If you scored yourself a 5 or higher, it’s time to review your stress levels and what you’re doing to manage them. Focusing on asana and breathwork, yoga helps clear your mind and gives you the chance to take a break from the constant whirl of everyday life. It’s the perfect tool for stress management.

Build Confidence

With regular practice, yoga builds confidence that will seep into every other part of your life. As you improve your breathing and your pose, you will discover renewed belief in yourself and in your capability. Taking time out to connect your body, mind and soul will help you better understand yourself and give you a fresh feeling of confidence in dealing with everyday life.

Enhance Wellbeing

Yoga delivers a host of physical health benefits, however, the mental and emotional wellbeing that comes with regular practice cannot be overstated. Yoga presents an opportunity to disconnect from the noise of everyday life, giving your mind and soul the chance to rest, reset and recover. Yoga is ideal for protecting and nurturing your mental and emotional wellbeing. 

Prioritise Self Care

When was the last time you gave yourself permission to stop and do something just for you? For ongoing health and wellbeing, it’s vital that we prioritise self care. And, there’s no better way to do this than with regular yoga. The holistic benefits of regular practice feeds your mind, body and soul, giving you the most bang for your self care buck.

Enjoy the Benefits of Yoga Today

Needing more relaxation in your life? Contact our team today to see how Iyengar Yoga can help you relax, better manage stress and enhance your mental and emotional wellbeing.

Yoga Courses Newcastle

Our Newcastle Iyengar Yoga School offers a range of yoga courses to meet every need. From our beginner introduction program and over 50s classes through to our sessions for more experienced practitioners, there is a yoga course to suit you at Infuse Health.

Beginners

For those new to yoga or the Iyengar system, this six-week program introduces foundation asanas and gives students an understanding of the yoga’s philosophy. Unlimited classes each week give students the chance to build strong foundations.

Level 1

This class is for those who have completed the Beginners Course or equivalent Iyengar Yoga classes. It builds on the foundation asanas, including a regular shoulder stand practice, and introduces pranayama (breath work).

Level 1/2

This class is for those attending Level 1 classes regularly (more than six months), who are familiar with supporting their own practice. In the level 1/2 class there is additional time for systematic approach to intermediate asanas.

Level 2

This class is generally suitable for experienced students with 2-5 years committed practice and are confident with adjusting their practice as required. Familiarity of inversions and backbends is required. Level 2 classes will deepen understanding of intermediate asanas and begin exploring more advance asanas.

Over 50s

Designed for people 50-plus, who are new to yoga, returning after time away from the practice or experienced practitioners. Its aim is to empower individual practice by improving balance, flexibility, strength and endurance.

Pranayama

This 60-minute class is an introduction to disciplined breath work. By definition ‘prana’ is breath, respiration, vitality, life, currents of energy and ‘ayama’ stretch, expansion, regulation, control. Thus Pranayama is about breath prolongation and its restraint.