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James Cady Yoga on Total Wellness ClubSpotlight On Yoga In Bath

James Cady Yoga Bristol on Total Wellness ClubJames Caddy is interested in all aspects of Yoga. His classes meet the needs of those wishing to take their practise further or those who just want to come and chill out. James is qualified to teach: Vinyasa Flow, Cyclist Specific Yoga, Hatha, Modified Ashtanga Vinyasa, Restorative Yoga and Power Yoga. As well as the above yoga styles, James specializes in Yoga for Cyclists. As an avid cyclist he understands the mental and physical challenges cyclists face and how yoga can help with injury prevention and injury recovery.

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Bright Blue Yoga on Total Wellness Club

I run yoga classes in the Bath area in three different venues and I offer a range of class… Be...

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I run yoga classes in the Bath area in three different venues and I offer a range of class… Beginners hatha flow, improvers hatha flow, restorative yin, postnatal mother and

Yoga In Bath

Where can you find yoga in Bath and how can you find the right class, group or teacher for you?   Yoga has both mental and physical benefits, including reduced blood pressure, stress and anxiety. It provides a great way to quieten the mind and get in some well needed exercise too. Yoga is a great way to stretch the body making it stronger and more flexible. The popularity of yoga is on the increase and there’s a plethora of options to explore including Hatha, Ashtanga and Bikram. For many years it was thought to be a ‘New Age’ pursuit, but these days even top CEO and celebrities are praising it. You’ll find yoga classes and teacher in Bath in various forms – the question is which form will work best for you? If you are looking to find yoga in Bath, our guide will help you:

  1. Are you looking for a class, group or individual session 1-2-1?
  2. Is there a particular style or type of yoga you want to do?
  3. Do you have a goal for your yoga practice i.e. to relax, to stretch or do you want to sweat? You’ll find Hatha yoga is more gentle and slow, Ashtanga more flowing.
  4. Have you been recommended to a yoga class or teacher? If not, see our list below and check out the reviews and see what other users think to what’s available in Bath.

Bath is relatively small city with a population of approximately 85,000 people. As with most major cities finding inner calm and peace isn’t always easy. A yoga class in Bath may just be the answer for you, but you may also like to find a meditation teacher or group too. If you do decide to find yoga in Bath use the above guidelines to help you make your decision.