Sanshirokwai Yoga

Sanshirokwai Yoga

Welcome to Sanshirokwai Yoga Club. All ages & abilities welcome.

Welcome to Sanshirokwai Yoga Club. All ages & abilities welcome.

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Regular teaching sessions

Regular teaching sessions

All abilities welcome

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Yoga

Yoga

All Ages & Abilities Welcome

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Sanshirokwai - Yoga

Welcome

Croeso, a warm welcome to Sanshirokwai Yoga Club.  

Our club was founded by Steadman Davies MBE, who passed away in August 2010.  I have been a pupil of Steadmans(O Sensei) since the early 1970`s, firstly at Anne Street and then at Old Castle Road. Stead instructed me in the arts of Aikido and Yoga.  He has taught me all I know, and I will do my utmost to pass on his teachings to the best of my ability.  Please feel free to come along as all ages and abilities are welcome.  I look forward to teaching you, as Steadman taught me.

Mr Bert Rosser
Tel: 01554 774197
Click Here to Email Bert

Session Times     

  • Tuesday:  2.00 - 3.00pm (Open to all ages) & 6.30 - 7.30pm (Open to all ages)
  • Thursday: 2.00 - 3.00pm (Open to all ages) & 6.30 - 7.30pm (Open to all ages)

 

YOGA - The practice of Yoga in daily life makes an individual fit through action, meditation and devotion, to sharpen their reasoning, develop intuitive power of acquiring knowledge and to transcend the mind itself. Attaining pure consciousness, where the mind is not engaged in thinking but just observes the thoughts

Yoga compliments many other exercise disciplines and sports and although yoga itself can be seen by some as a form of exercise it is essentially the science of positive mental health

Meditation is a practice aimed at giving individuals a state of Karma. It is believed that everything in the Universe is in a state of creation, maintenance or destruction. Similarly, the mind creates a thought, maintains (follows) it for some time and the thought ultimately dies down (perhaps to be replaced by another thought). This process continues until the individual attains a zero balance, wherein one achieves liberation.