Rocket and Restore.

Saturday 31st March



Combining the dynamic and energetic Rocket practice with a deep relaxation, this workshop will provide you with the perfect start to your weekend. Rooted in the Ashtanga system, Rocket is a strong, quick sequence that combines elements of the primary, second and advanced series to create an uplifting, fun and challenging flow that will raise your heart rate, whilst building stamina, strength and flexibility.

There will also be time for arm balances and inversions with lots of modifications to help support you at whatever stage you are at on your yoga journey. We’ll end the session with half an hour of guided meditation to allow you to completely unwind and relax after this strong practice.
Some yoga experience required.

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Helen Ince.


What my classes are like

Always inspired by my own time on the mat, my classes are designed to support people wherever they are on their yoga journey. I enjoy offering modifications to support individual needs and encouraging people to take it at their own pace. I always try to create a focused yet fun environment; we work hard, giggle and relax!

My journey into yoga

I first came across yoga in 2000 when I moved to Leeds from Wigan but it wasn’t until 2007 when a car accident left me with neck and shoulder issues that my interest turned into a passion. Practicing a range of hatha, Ashtanga and Rocket yoga not only helped with my injury by building up my strength but it made me feel fantastic. I began to realise the benefits regular practice has on the mind, body and spirit. Yoga, particularly the wonderful Ashtanga system, has been a constant in my life since then.

My study and credentials

I completed my 200-hour It’s Yoga teacher training qualification in August 2011 and have been teaching regular weekly classes ever since. I attend workshops with many respected teachers such as David Swenson and Matthew Sweeney. I have a regular Ashtanga yoga practice under the guidance of KPJAYI Level 2 authorised teacher Joey Miles and also enjoy studying with Marie Hallager Andersen at Kula’s early morning Mysore practice.