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Joy Feary - Consultant Physiotherapist

Yoga - What is it?

Yoga is a non competitive system of practices working through the body and breath which lead us on a journey of self discovery towards the ultimate aim of stilling the busy mind.

The origins of Yoga stretch back several thousands of years before the birth of Christ, with the teaching of Yoga in the UK being traced back to Victorian times. Since then it has continued to grow in popularity and has formed the basis of many other types of posture practice. The word Yoga comes from the Sanskrit root ‘Yuj’ which means to unite.

How can Yoga help?

Yoga can be practised to maintain an optimum state of health or as a therapy for specific ailments.

Some of the benefits are:

  • Strengthens and tones muscles
  • Increases flexibility of joints
  • Improves posture
  • Improves internal organ efficiency
  • Improves heart and lung function
  • Improves body awareness
  • Increases energy levels
  • Improves ability to rebalance stress
  • Fosters a positive and calm state of mind
  • Helps to reduce blood pressure
  • Helps to strengthen the immune system
  • Enhances performance in sporting activities

For more information on Yoga and how it can help transform your life, call our team NOW on (01642) 680 680

What are different ways to practise Yoga?

There are 3 ways you can practise Yoga at Body 2 Fit:

  • Classes
  • Group Sessions (3 – 6 people) OR
  • Private 1-2-1 sessions


Classes are restricted to 12 - 15 students to ensure a reasonable practise area for each student.

Classes are suitable for mixed ability, beginners through to intermediate level.

Classes are usually booked for a set period of 6 weeks and each session will last 1 ½ hours.

Group Sessions

Group sessions offer the combination of more personal tuition whilst maintaining an atmosphere of a class environment.

Group sessions are ideal for specialist groups (e.g. sports teams, dance schools, etc.) or like-minded friends.

Private Sessions

These sessions can be booked on an ad hoc basis and are for beginners or improvers.

Following the session you will be given a programme to follow which can be progressed at a suitable interval.


To GET STARTED and book a session or class place .. contact our team NOW on (01642) 680 680


Why Yoga at Body 2 Fit?

Body 2 Fit offers professional but friendly Yoga tuition in a calm, relaxed, purpose built studio.

All our teachers are members of the British Wheel of Yoga, the Sport England recognised governing body for Yoga in Great Britain, which ensures the highest standards of Yoga instruction.

Body 2 Fit offers a balanced approach to practicing Yoga, which is suitable for beginners as well as those with more experience.

Our teachers’ approach is absolutely in accordance with the ways our bodies are designed to function.

The aim is to help you to understand these ways and make your body and mind a comfortable place in which to live!

ALL equipment is provided ...

So if you want to discover more about your own body - like where it moves & where it doesn't ! - contact our team now on (01642) 680 680 to find out how to get started.

How do I get started?

FIRST things FIRST...

Contrary to popular belief - You DO NOT have to be naturally supple or fit to start Yoga!!

It is for EVERYONE ...

... and if practised with sincerity it will not be long before you notice BIG changes!

It is very often because we are not too flexible, or that joint movement is actually restricted, that many people start their Yoga journey.

Simply contact Body 2 Fit on (01642) 680 680 to find out how you can get started today!

What should I expect in my first Yoga session?

The aim of the class is to be effective but fun and all students are encouraged to work at their own level and pace.

Yoga isn’t rushed so building up and improving along the way is part of the practise.

A session will typically begin by centring the mind and opening up the spine before the posture work (asana) which concentrates on releasing deep tensions in the muscles and joints rather than creating more tension through excessive stretching. Asana work will focus on building strength and increasing flexibility and will include some flowing posture work as well as static asana practice.

Correct breathing is important throughout the posture work but the class will also include specific breathing practises (pranayama).

There will always be a relaxation at the end of the class.

If you would like more information on the classes or if you wish to speak to one of the teachers, call the team NOW on (01642) 680 680

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Are you ready for a new lease of life?

Check out our new Beginners Pilates Classes starting all the time!

Studio One, at Body 2 Fit's Wynyard Clinic, is home to the only FULLY equipped Pilates equipment studio in the North East.

We are excited to give our current and new clients the opportunity to enjoy the use of the equipment in Studio One at their own leisure, in conjunction with their current Pilates classes and / or 1-2-1 sessions.

Each client will be offered individual 1-2-1 sessions to create a personalised programme which they can use in Studio One at a time to suit their diary. There are also a range of package options available to ensure there is something to suit all needs and budgets!

A UK-wide CSP survey showed that 32% of people who have desk based work experience physical pain during working hours at least once a week. A further 65% reported back pain as the most common problem. Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) such as back pain are one of the biggest causes of sickness absence on any given day and are estimated to cost society and employers around £7.4 billion a year!

With more and more of us having the option to work from home it's imperative to have the correct seating arrangement to reduce the risk of back pain and other associated aches and pains.