Welcome to Melé Yoga
Helping you to
Move, Pause and Grow
Snapshot on Melé Yoga
Yoga can help people from all walks of life, ages, fitness levels and body types. It’s a combination of practices that help balance the mind, body and soul, whilst optimising healthily living and wellbeing. It can help you to reconnect with your breath, strengthen the body and mind. Whether you are a beginner or a regular practitioner, we can all benefit from taking some time out to Move. Pause allowing time to reflect and make useful decisions, helping us to Grow.
Melé Yoga's holds classes in and around Surrey ranging from beginners, gentle to dynamic. Her teaching style is a blend of Hatha, Yin Yang, and Mindful Vinyasa Flow Yoga.
Classes are available for groups, one to ones, privates, community, corporates and events, so get in touch to book!
what my students have to say
EXCELLENT YOGA PRACTICE
“Melé has an excellent teaching style, making everyone feel relaxed and safe. The pace of her lesson is just right with poses flowing seamlessly from one move to the next with intervals of rest in between.”
- Judith R -
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There is a pratice for everybody
Some of the practices include:
Asana – Physical postures
Probably the most well-known element of yoga. We’ve all seen pictures of yogi’s getting themselves into perplexing positions. This can sometimes put people off as they think they have to be flexible, but this is a misconception. Asana doesn't have to be complicated and can help improve your strength, balance, focus, flexibility and much much more!
Pranayama – Breathing techniques
Can help control your nervous system reducing stress and anxiety, or directing energy
where it’s needed. These techniques can promote calmness aiding improved sleep.
Meditation – Exercising the muscle of the mind!
We sometimes focus on what we can see, but if we can help clear our minds we could lead more peaceful lives. Meditation is a form of exercising the mind, helping to build strength and control.
But this is only the tip of the iceberg into the paradox that is yoga.