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FORREST YOGA

Forrest Yoga Inspired Class for All Levels Sitting is the new smoking.

Literally - sitting over keyboard for hours contributes to tightness in the hips and legs, in addition to neck, shoulder and back pain and discomfort. Still not bad enough to do something about it? Highly sedentary lifestyle is linked to shorter life span and increased risk of heart disease among other serious health problems.

Solution?

Forrest Yoga targets specifically those areas that are troublesome for most people - shoulders and neck, wrists, chest and back. It adopted traditional styles of yoga for modern people making it accessible for everyone. Making it possible to even work with injuries.

Forrest is open to beginners as well as advanced athletes as poses are modified according to needs. The poses are sequenced to help body to stretch and strengthen respecting its own limitations, therefore enhancing its performance and at the same time learning how to avoid injuries. This is important not only in yoga but in other sports as well what makes it perfect complementary workout for any other sport - form running and hiking to tennis, football and so on.

This is a great way to ease tension in muscles and it challenges body in new ways developing strength and stamina. It is challenging practice that if you give it your best brings results after the first class.

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Last modified onMonday, 02 July 2018 14:56
Kamila Banaszewska

Kamila has been trained in various alternative therapies. In 2010 she completed the VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Complementary Therapies (Swedish massage, Aromatherapy, and Reflexology), in 2012 she obtained the VTCT Certificate in Indian Head massage and also gained training in Ayurvedic treatments. Recently she graduated with an Honours degree in Complementary Healthcare in Aromatherapy from Edinburgh’s Napier University. Kamila is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapies.

Website: www.facebook.com/kamila.banaszewska
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