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Roger Hooton

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Roger teaches a range of classes/styles including Pilates, very gentle restorative yoga, Ashtanga Yoga plus flow/power type classes but all classes are taught with concentration on correct alignment, breath and dristi.                                                                                                                                                             


Contact

Email : rogerhooton.yoga.karate@gmail.com  

Mobile : 07961 909017


About

Rogers serious interest in things fitness related began in 1973 at the age of sixteen when he started weight training and studying Wado Ryu Karate passing 1st Dan after three years of training, he continued to train in karate but in 1980 started to study Shotokan karate passing 1st Dan in 1984 and in 2002 he passed his last grading to date 5th Dan in Shotokan in Luxembourg under the watchful eye of Master Taiji Kase 9th Dan. In the mean time he had travelled to Japan in 1991 and trained two to three times a day for six weeks at then, the two main Shotokan Karate Dojo in Tokyo Japan the JKA and the SKI.                                                                                                                                                     

Roger  passed his ETM in 1993 and started teaching aerobics and soon after step and from then on pretty much everything that came along in the fitness world including Body Pump which he still teaches today he also completed a two year international fitness and sports therapy course 1996/98, he had been studying/practicing yoga for a while by this time and began teaching Pilates in 2001 and attended his first yoga teacher training course with David Swenson in 2003 which was held in Edinburgh, he continued to practice yoga and teach a couple of yoga classes a week and then completed a month long teacher training in yoga in India in 2008 studying and practising up to seven hours a day, Roger tries to travel back to India for a month each year for self practice and to gain more knowledge from various yoga teachers there. 

Andy Marrow - Yoga Moves

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Andy is interested in injury prevention and increasing mobility, therefore tries to incorporate sequences and moves into his practices and teachings along with explanations as to how these are helping so that the student may take these bits of knowledge away with them.

Vinyasa Flow -A sequence of yoga moves put in a specific order which flow from one pose to the next to maximise the benefits on the body.  The breath matches the movements and brings energy to the body through the fun and graceful style of the flow.

Gentle Flow - Like Vinyasa Flow but at a much slower pace with more focus on the breath and on relaxation.

Ashtanga Fusion - Using the traditional Ashtanga primary series yoga postures and practicing ujjayi breathing while mixing it up a little to keep it interesting.  Each week will have different additions such as mobility training, core work, strength training etc

Beginners Yoga - Whether you are just beginning your yoga journey or if you want to refresh your memory, we start with the basics and build up a sequence.  Focusing on connecting the postures with the breath and correct alignment.

Kids Yoga (Ages 6 - 11) - A fun filled class designed to introduce children to yoga through varied weekly themes / stories  with games.  Helps your child to develop self confidence and self expression while improving concentration.

Private One to One Classes

If you are looking to learn some "yoga moves" before joining a class, or want a personalised yoga sequence that you can practice at home, or if you are working around injuries etc just let us know and we will be happy to help.

Contact

Email : yogamovesgy@gmail.com

Facebook : @yogamovesgy

Instagram : yogamoves_grimsby

About

Andy's background is not what you would traditionally associate with a yoga teacher, as a child Andy was very much into football and other sports.  As he grew into his teenage years his passion for sports became just playing football on a Sunday afternoon at the park with friends.  As the teenage years slipped away it became more of a sport to watch in the pub, where he spent the next few years!

In his mid twenties, Andy started to feel a desire to be healthier and fitter and has never looked back, spending countless hours on the treadmill, pounding the pavements and attending class after class in the gym, even attending the occasional yoga class!  He then got into Karate, something he had dabbled with as a child, but this time followed it through to black belt, and again started playing football twice a week, and even found time to squeeze in having a short life as an amateur boxer. Alongside having a physical job, playing football and attending karate classes, Andy started to feel the not so welcome effects that come with over doing it.  His knees started to ache in most activities. At first the football had to go, and a little more yoga crept in, then eventually the karate had to go as it was either that or his job.  Unfortunately he had bills.

All the while Andy had been travelling extensively and attending yoga classes around the world, many in which he didn't have a clue what the teacher was saying.  He started to enjoy the yoga more and saw it as much more than "a good stretch", and his knees and whole body took on a new lease of life.  He took a lot of inspiration from his teachers and is particularly in awe of one in particular, Mr Bill Cormack.

Andy had started to think of starting a teacher training course but doubted his abilities due to being less flexible than many others, a few years later and the more classes he attended and the more he read up on it, the message of yoga finally started to sink in and he has accepted how different we all are.
He is enjoying studying more about the anatomy and furthering his knowledge on the vast world of yoga outside of the postures.  He now runs regularly and boxes occasionally and still enjoys gym life, especially circuit training classes.

Becky Fenwick - Yoga Moves

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When teaching Becky hopes to inspire her students, helping them to build confidence while finding an inner calm.  She hopes to show that yoga is for everyone, that you don't need to be flexible to do yoga and you don't compare yourself to others as all our bodies are different.  She teaches how to balance the breath with the body and the mind in a calm and friendly environment.  Aiming to help students to improve their alignment, mental clarity and confidence and to incorporate that into their daily lives.

Becky teaches the following at the Burn Yoga Studio

Vinyasa Flow - A sequence of yoga moves put in a specific order which flow from one pose to the next to maximise the benefits on the body.  The breath matches the movements and brings energy to the body through the fun and graceful style of the flow.

Gentle Flow - Like Vinyasa Flow but at a much slower pace with more focus on the breath and on relaxation.

Ashtanga Fusion - Using the traditional Ashtanga primary series yoga postures and practicing ujjayi breathing while mixing it up a little to keep it interesting.  Each week will have different additions such as mobility training, core work, strength training etc

Beginners Yoga - Whether you are just beginning your yoga journey or if you want to refresh your memory, we start with the basics and build up a sequence.  Focusing on connecting the postures with the breath and correct alignment.

Private One to One Classes - If you are looking to learn some "yoga moves" before joining a class, or want a personalised yoga sequence that you can practice at home, or if you are working around injuries etc just let us know and we will be happy to help.

Contact

Email :      yogamovesgy@gmail.com

Facebook : @yogamovesgy

Instagram : yogamoves_grimsby

About

Starting yoga around 2004 Becky went to classes solely for the physical benefits that exercise brings but she soon realised how yoga goes far beyond the physical.  Starting with Hatha yoga and progressing to Ashtanga while trying out other styles like Kundalini, Yin and Bikram, Becky took inspiration from them all to develop her own vinyasa flow daily practice.

Qualifying as a Nutrition and Health Advisor in 2015, Becky began to understand the body's internal workings more and more.  Drastically changing her diet brought an abundance of energy along with a great feeling of wellbeing. By being in tune with the body through diet and sharing this with others, the natural progression was to begin to teach her other passion too - yoga.

Becky has travelled extensively, learning from and being inspired by different teachers around the world and recently training with Nichi Green, Sarah Blenkhorn, Joey Miles and Rachel Woolhouse in Leeds.  Becky loves the gracefulness of Vinyasa Flow style classes and has a passion for creating fluid sequences for all levels, always focusing on the breath matching the movement


Rebecca Somerscales - Yoga with Rebecca

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Rebecca teaches classical yoga in the tradition of T Krishnamacharya and his son, TKV Desikachar, known as Viniyoga. With 19 years experience in this lineage she honours the idea of vinyasa krama that is, taking carefully planned steps towards a goal.

Yoga is a process, a journey, it helps to nourish us and offers a place to go to visit our self. Viniyoga practices pay particular attention to the breath in accordance with traditional texts such as Yoga Sutra of Patanjali and Hathayogaptadipika.

Rebecca is passionate about making practices accessible for all and can adapt or modify the postures to accommodate individual needs. Each class is carefully planned to support participants, allowing time for reflection and integration.

As a nurse Rebecca is acutely aware of how modern life takes its toll. In a world that is increasingly fast and frantic taking time to relax, restore and rejuvenate is critical for our health. Finding the space for meeting yourself in a yoga practice can have numerous benefits for for physical, mental and spiritual health.

Whether you have a few aches and pains, want to build strength, learn to meditate or simply long to relax yoga may be of benefit for you and your health.

You can expect asana - postures, pranayama - breathing techniques and mantra - sound or chanting in the classes.

Contact

Email :      somerscalesbeck@yahoo.com

Facebook : @yogawithrebecca

About

I'm passionate about the wonderful tools of yoga and how they can help people with their lives, health and relationships. And it is to this end that I am now concentrating my efforts on becoming a yoga therapist.I have now returned to England to a part of the country where there is a scarcity of this yoga tradition, my home county of Lincolnshire, nestled in the wolds. And it is here that I am offering classes in local studios and gyms and personal practices for those who’d prefer something a little more bespoke.Apart from yoga my life up until rather recently was full of nursing, I’m a Registered Nurse having worked in many specialties including intensive care, cardiac, respiratory, district nursing over the last 25 years. There are many things I have learned in nursing and I feel the most important lesson is that more and more illness is associated with disease of the heart and mind. Stress and anxieties appear to be part and parcel of the modern human condition, so now rather than being the ambulance at the bottom of the cliff so’s to speak I am turning to a more proactive and holistic approach with yoga. When we engage with yoga it can help retrieve us from the precipice, bringing us closer to our self and create the space we need to appreciate such a gift.