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Yoga classes in Sheppey

Enrich your life with wellbeing for your mind and body

Improve your balance

Boost your strength

Gain inner
peace

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Yoga In Sheerness

Whether you’ve been trying out yoga at home already, or are thinking about yoga for the first time, the thought of joining a class can sometimes be feel little daunting. At the Oast our classes are friendly and fun and you’ll have a professional instructor guiding you through every move at a gentle pace, so you’ll never feel rushed trying to keep up.

What is yoga?

Yoga is a system of philosophy that originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. The Sanskrit word yoga is translated as 'union' between mind, body and spirit. In the West, the most widely taught form of yoga is Hatha Yoga with classes offering students exercises to stretch and flex the body, develop breath awareness, relaxation and sometimes meditation. Yoga offers a holistic approach to the wellbeing of body, mind and spirit, providing us with ways to cope with the challenges of daily life. Yoga can also complement medical science and therapy for specific conditions.

We have classes in both Sheppey and Sittingbourne.

Who yoga is ideal for?

Everyone can practice yoga, regardless of age, sex or ability. Pregnant women and those less able-bodied choose yoga because of the low impact on the body and your ability to focus on all the mind and spirit too.

Yoga is great for

managing stress

health and fitness

increasing flexibility

relief from a specific physical condition

Yoga improves strength, balance and flexibility. Slow movements and deep breathing increase blood flow and warm up muscles, while holding a pose can build strength.

What to expect at a yoga class

The Oast at Sheppey offers yoga classes to meet every need. Some classes may be low impact while others can be very demanding. The good thing is, by making yoga part of your daily routine, you may notice subtle changes in the way you approach life, with many yoga fans finding they gain a state of inner peace

Feel refreshed and invigorated with improved wellbeing with Pilates and Yoga

Yoga and Pilates at the Oast is perfect for:

  • Improving your posture, alignment and muscle tone
  • Improving mobility and flexibility of the spine
  • Promoting a more efficient and supportive core
  • Complementing training
  • Preventing injuries and promoting rehabilitation
  • Antenatal and postnatal wellbeing
  • Alleviating aches and pains
  • Maintaining and improving bone density
  • Alleviating medical conditions
  • Relieving stress and tension
  • Promoting wellbeing
  • Integrating mind, body and spirit

The Oast is a multi-disciplinary wellness practice that delivers Pilates and yoga classes and hands-on treatment to help people manage pain, poor posture and recovery from injuries so they can feel physically able to enjoy life the way they deserve. We have clinics in both Sheppey and Sittingbourne.

‘I've used the Oast for just about every service they provide and everything has been spot on. I always leave feeling better than when I walked in the door.’

Improve your wellbeing with yoga

  • 1 Book a class – We have a range of different classes below.
  • 2 Come to class – Join a small friendly class, or book a private session at a time to suit you and our teacher will guide you through the exercises.
  • 3 Enjoy a stronger, happier you – Knowing you are building your strength improving your wellbeing with expert instructors to guide you along the way
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Osteopathy, Sports Massage, Yoga & Pilates In Sheppey

Open Monday - Friday.

There is a RingGo car park directly opposite the clinic on the Isle of Sheppey. Parking fees apply and can be made via the parking meter on the app.  The entrance to the clinic is clearly marked at the front of the building.

Osteopathy, Massage, Pilates & Yoga In Sittingborne.

Open Monday - Saturday

Our Sittingbourne Clinic offers a multiple-discipline wellness facility.  Including Osteopathy, sports massage, sports therapy, Pilates, equipment Pilates, yoga, relaxation and nutrition.
 

What should I wear to a yoga Class?

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You will need to be able to stretch and move to perform the exercises so loose comfortable clothing is ideal. No need for footwear as socks and shoes will be removed for the class. Bring your own towel with you. Mats and blocks will be provided.

 

Don’t put your wellbeing on the back burner. Book a class today and discover your inner peace through Yoga with the Oast.