Restorative Yoga

All Moli yoga classes involve a restorative dimension and are suitable for all levels of fitness and well being. Yoga is inherently therapeutic and unfolds with the individual at their own level.

Some of the benefits of restorative yoga:

  • Relaxes and regenerates mind and body.
  • Helps to rebalance the body and align into more harmony often relieving physical problems in specific areas such as the spine: particularly lower back and neck; pelvis; hips; wrists and ankles.
  • Passive stretching is subtle and can benefit different systems in the body such as the circulatory; nervous; lymphatic and musculoskeletal.
  • It improves flexibility without risk of injury or pain.
  • Heightens awareness of care and respect (ahimsa) of the body.
  • Helps to activate the relaxation response in the body which helps with stress-related illness.
  • Ease of stretching can unblock different energy pathways (meridians) and therefore create a free-flow of prana - vital energy.
  • Helps achieve more inner calm, stillness and equanimity.
  • Can create a comforting feeling of safety and being nurtured.
  • Restorative yoga can work with every layer (kosha) - physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual-allowing you to grow and thrive at your own pace.
  • Yoga for All

    Yoga is for everybody and Moli Yoga provides specialist classes for people across the spectrum of ability. To understand more about inclusive yoga, read this article by Natasha in BWY Spectrum Magazine.

    Trauma Sensitive Yoga

    All Moli yoga classes are trauma survivor and PTSD sensitive. Natasha has undertaken foundation training in London in Trauma Centre TCTSY

    Click here to read Dr. Natasha Picot of Moli Yoga's article regarding Trauma Sensitive Practise in the BWY Spectrum Magazine December 2017.


    Some people prefer to learn in an individual way. Others may have specific reasons for requiring a more therapeutic practice whilst recovering from injury.

    Those who prefer to practise in their own home may find one to one sessions fruitful and tailored to their living environment.

    £60 for a one hour session. Please contact Natasha to arrange times.

    Yoga in Schools

    As a qualified teacher (PGCE), Dr. Natasha Picot is an advocate for yoga in the classroom and has led classes in and around Nottingham. To learn more about her work and the benefits of yoga in schools read this article by Natasha in BWY Spectrum Magazine, Autumn 2018.


    Circle of Women

    Upcoming dates: Sundays throughout 2019
    Time: 3 - 5pm. Bring and share food.
    Location: Nottingham Women's Centre (30 Chaucer St, Nottingham NG1 5LP)
    Donations to Nottingham Women's Centre, Women's Aid WAIS.
    No need to book, simply turn up and ring the bell. There will be food to share, you're welcome to bring a dish.
    Free event, all welcome.