About Foxy Yoga
At Foxy Yoga we provide Hatha Yoga & Pilates classes suitable for all levels including beginners!
Classes are held at our purpose built studio, which is located at the Warehouse Studios off Glaziers Lane, Culcheth, Warrington - overlooking the beautiful Partridge Lakes Fisheries.
Classes are taught by Aneliese Foxwell - Qualified Yoga, Pilates & Pregnancy/Post Natal Teacher.
Aneliese has 3 young children of her own and has spent 14 years as a Police Officer with Greater Manchester Police before taking a leap in a new direction becoming a qualified Yoga Teacher and creating Foxy Yoga.
She is also a 5th Dan Black Belt in karate and teaches karate lessons regularly at the English Karate Academy as well as competing internationally on the English Karate Team.
2005 - BA Hons Business Management (University of Sunderland)
2007 - Karate Instructor Training Qualification (EKA)
Level 3 Yoga Teacher Training (HFE)
Level 3 Pilates Instructor Training (HFE)
Level 3 Anatomy & Physiology (HFE)
Level 3 Pre and Post Natal Exercise Instructor (HFE)
Level 3 Exercise for Older Adults (HFE)
Level 3 Nutrition for Physical Exercise (HFE)
Sound Therapy Practitioner - IPHM
First Aid Trained
Aneliese has a passion for Yoga, Wellness and improving peoples' physical and mental wellbeing through Yoga practice and fitness training.
The foundation of our practice combines the physical with an inner emotional and spiritual journey. By integrating body, breath, movement, and meditative awareness, we strive to promote an understanding of the interdependency of all these aspects in your personal health and wellbeing.
Our Weekly Classes
Allow us to be your guide, teaching you the techniques needed to create and maintain a steady personal practice. These classes are so much more than simply learning exercises, they are about creating a healthier lifestyle. Discover the tools and develop the habits you’ll need to help improve your daily patterns and ultimately, your life.
There are many benefits to regular Yoga practice - Improve posture and in doing so reduce back pain. Improve your overall muscular strength and flexibility. This improves muscle tone and helps to aid weight loss, especially when practiced alongside a healthy balanced diet.
Learn to relax and de-stress with breathing and relaxation techniques. This can overall improve mental health and help to deal with the stress and anxiety everyday life.
Ultimately we want you to enjoy your practice and leave the class with an overall sense of calm and wellness - feel good about yourself!
- Beginners are welcome at all classes.
Pilates is more and more recommended by health practitioners and sports coaches to understand the importance of posture control and core stability.
Pilates targets the deep postural muscles of the abdomen and spine to improve central core stability and posture. It is a mindful technique which requires concentration and focus upon the method to ensure the best possible result.
Foxy Pilates suits all ages and fitness levels and is particularly beneficial for those with back pain, poor postures, sports injuries, arthritis, stress related illness and before and after pregnancy, neurological conditions and mental health conditions.
It is a method that has been adopted by sports men and women, musicians, dancers and will help those who do more sedentary office work to prevent and recover from injury. Pilates helps to build strength, stability, muscle balance and postural control.
The key principles of the pilates method are concentration, centering, breathing, isolation, routine, precision, control and flowing movement.
All classes are £8 per person.
8 Class Pass - £45
Free onsite car park.
All equipment is provided. You are more than welcome to bring your own mat if your prefer.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or require any further information.
Monday 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am - 11:00am
Wednesday 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Thursday 10:00am - 11:00am
Thursday 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Thursday 7:15pm - 8:15pm
Saturday 10:15am - 11:15am
"YOGA is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self."
- The Bhagavad Gita