New to yoga?
Here is some good news: You don't have to be strong and flexible to practice yoga.
Through the practice of yoga you may find that you do start to feel stronger, more flexible, and less stressed. Introducing Yoga to people is my most favourite part of being a teacher, I seriously love it! My technique and sequencing for teaching beginners has been cultivated over my many years of my own learning, continuing professional development and 11 years of teaching. Laughter and community are at the heart of all sessions. If you like to learn in a fun, supportive environment, scroll down to find out more.
6 week course costing £50*
Always wanted to start yoga?
Course start dates:
6 January 2021
3 March 2021
There can be a lot of fear around entering a yoga class. I felt it myself when I was first starting my yoga journey. This course is designed for total beginners and aims to teach you the basics and build up your confidence to enter any yoga class.
If there is a chance you will miss a session, don't worry, you won't be left behind. Everything learned each week gets reviewed the following week. Course held at the Kingston Park Community Centre. Invest in yourself, £50 for 6 week course.
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*Terms and Conditions of booking: as spaces are even more limited due to Covid there are no refunds. Rolling over to the next course may be possible however, this can only be allowed up to 6 months from original booking, unless it is Covid 19 related.
While the 6 week course is more comprehensive, I'm aware that not everyone can commit to 6 weeks, or may not be available at the date/time. This short session is designed to teach you the basics of a flow class. In particular the sequence of Sun Salutation which will prepare you to join a general session with more confidence.
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Workshops held at the Kingston Park Community Centre.
Invest in yourself for £20.
*Terms and Conditions of booking: as spaces are even more limited due to Covid there are no refunds. Rolling over to the next workshop may be possible however, this can only be allowed up to 6 months from original booking, unless it is Covid 19 related.
All the other bits....
Never been to a yoga class? Here are some things to know.
- Especially if it's your first class! I really like to welcome new students and it's important we can have a chat about any problem areas or health conditions.
- If you do arrive a bit late, don't worry! It's totally fine, you made it, so great :) If I'm talking maybe just wait quietly by the door until I motion you to come in.
What to bring:
- Bring a yoga mat, warm clothing for relaxation and water.
- Having a blanket is very useful to keep you warm during relaxation and
can also be used as a prop.
- Props can make a huge difference to your practice and can be purchased
on various websites. Some helpful props
are belts, blocks, bolsters and an eye bag for relaxation.
- Wear comfortable exercise clothing
- Remove your shoes and socks, yoga is done with bare feet.
- Please make sure your mobile phone is shut off or on silent.
- Try not to eat a large meal prior to class.
- If you have a health condition or injury please tell me!
- Ask questions! Feel free to ask a
question during practice or if you would prefer speak to me before or after
class about anything that wasn't clear.
- Let go of the competitive mind set.
Be kind and loving towards yourself.
- Do what you can, with what you have,
with where you are. Practice your yoga.
- Observe how your mind and body feel. Hopefully in time you will begin to take the bliss you find on your mat into your everyday life.