Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured. B.K.S. Iyengar.

​All will become clear with my yoga classes in Barnsley and Sheffield. With my yoga classes for beginners.






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YOGA & FITNESS

If you are looking to improve physical and mental health or deepen your understanding of yoga  then come along to friendly drop in classes or  1-1 private yoga tuition taught by a local teacher,  Danielle Ball.  


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A great yoga teacher who specialises in mental health. 

Yoga With Danielle Ball

Yoga is one of India’s ancient gifts to the world.  The  word ‘yoga’  is a sanskrit word meaning union; the act of bringing together ones mind and body in order to find inner peace and tranquility. With my great yoga class in Barnsley and Sheffield. 


Yoga Helps

  • Self-control and mental discipline
  • More energy and vigour
  • Strength and precision in movement
  • Freedom from joint and muscle pain
  • Manage Stress and improve flexibility
  • Improve confidence and self esteem
  • Achieve greater calm and inner peace


       Yoga is better than Therapy

Yoga History

Yoga comes out of an oral tradition in which the teaching was transmitted directly from teacher to student. The Indian sage Patanjali has been credited with the collation of this oral tradition into his classical work, the Yoga Sutra, a 2,000-year-old treatise on yogic philosophy. A collection of 195 statements, the Sutra provides a kind of philosophical guidebook for dealing with the challenges of being human.

Giving guidance on how to gain mastery over the mind and emotions and advice on spiritual growth, the Yoga Sutra provides the framework upon which all yoga practiced today is based. Literally meaning “thread,” sutra has also been translated as “aphorism,” which means a tersely phrased statement of truth. Another definition of sutra is “the condensation of the greatest amount of knowledge into the most concise description possible.” Keeping these meanings in the mind, we might think of the art and science of yoga as a kind of magnificent tapestry that is woven together by the threads of universal truths.