Just Breathe.

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The Breathing Space Yoga is led by Koral-Leigh, a 200hr Ashtanga Teacher based in London. Teaching classes at a range of studios, corporate clients, 1:1's as well as events and workshops. The Breathing Space Yoga is a concept to bring a little bit of relaxation, allowing the students a little space, just to breath and take a moment out of their busy lives and schedules, to give back to themselves. 

Teaching a variety of classes from meditation, Ashtanga, Vinyasa flow and restorative, there is something for everyone to enjoy. If you lack time and find it hard to get down the gym, a Vinyasa flow or Ashtanga class will allow you to work up a bit of a sweat, whilst still calming the mind having the focus on the breath. If you are just looking for a little bit of breathing space, there are meditation and more restorative classes available for your needs. 

To enquire about 1:1's and corporate classes please contact me on koral@thebreathingspaceyoga.co.uk

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I used to catch myself holding my breath, in pretty much all sorts of situations; sitting at my desk, in social situations, walking home, at the gym... It is something I have always done since I can remember. A sure sign of anxiety, anxiety which had manifested into the very cells of my body. My poor body was paying for this lack of life force, the build up of tension in the muscles (without breath we are unable to stretch and lengthen) and a sluggish lymphatic system and metabolism. Sounds pretty horrific when you write it down. 

I started attending yoga classes at the age of 15; exams have never filled me with joy, so my Sunday morning yoga sessions helped soften the impending doom of GCSEs. For me, this was a break from the revision, a break from the worry, the anxiety, the panic. A time to stretch, relax and simply, breathe. 

This glimpse of peace allowed me to continue yoga classes, sometimes regularly, most times irregularly. The more I practiced, the better I felt. The more I learnt, the more I wanted to learn.

Deciding to take a break in my Fashion PR career, I packed my bags and headed off to India, for an intensive Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training course. A somewhat crazy idea - but I have never felt more alive in my life; spiritually, mentally and physically. I am so privileged to be able to share this knowledge and help others overcome physical and mental blockages.