At BPG we understand that health is not just a case of making sure the body is not sick as most of our modern-day attitudes towards health would presume. We at BPG believe that for you to be healthy your Mind, Body and Spirit must be nourished sufficiently. We therefore operate sessions in Guided Meditation, Fitness, Yoga and Self Defence. The classes occur weekly and there is a different discipline practiced every week, have a look at the calendar to see which session is right for you.
According to the NHS Website “Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. Modern day practitioners of yoga place its routes inIndia however there is a large school of thought which places its origins firmly in Africa, Ancient Egypt. Regardless of its origins Yoga is an excellent way to clear your mind, exercise and connect mentally to give you true peace and calm. BPG therefore run a Yoga classes which vary in forms but look to support you in your quest for true wellbeing.
Wayewa Fitness is a dynamic exercise class brought to you by BPG and Mind Body Goal. The class aims to help you get fit by pushing you to your physical limits and help your core strength and physical well-being. We welcome participants of all fitness levels and want to help you to achieve fitness goals.
Kung-Fu, Win-Chun, Pak Mei and Baguazhang are some of the disciplines that we enjoy during our Wayewa Fight sessions. Our classes seek to focus our energy into techniques which will not only keep us safe but give us peace of mind as we walk through our everyday lives. Designed to help you discover your inner power mentally and physical.
Guided Meditation is a pioneering session brought to you by BPG and Counciously Connected. The session gives you the opportunity to truly connect to with your local community and reason through emotions that we all share but very rarely have an opportunity to discuss. Meditation is about training in awareness and getting a healthy sense of perspective. You’re not trying to turn off your thoughts. You’re learning to observe them without judgment. And eventually, you may start to better understand them as well.