Happy summer everyone! We have the solstice towards the end of the month (longest day/shortest night - height of the summer) and if you get on your mat on 21 June you will be joining many all over the world, as it is International Yoga Day!


Just to let you know, my weekly drop-in classes are running throughout June and July (click here for details). In August Unit 4 will be shutting for 2 weeks (annual decortating!), so I will put the dates here as soon as they have been confirmed.


For those of you at the Hove end of town - I am covering Suzy Daws' Wednesday morning class on 15 and 22 June, so do come along (its a drop-in, 10.30 to 12.00 noon at Evolution).


My next seasonal yoga session, celebrating the Summer Solstice, will be on Sunday 12 June - Sorry its FULLY BOOKED...the next one is on September 25, celebrating the Autumn Equinox - click here for details.


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Originally from India, yoga is a practice that aims to bring together our body, our mind and our heart.


Yoga can help relax, relieve stress, increase our flexibility and range of movement, and help us find calm in our busy lives.


Anyone can benefit from yoga - you don't need to be fit or flexible to take part.


I teach a slower, meditative style of hatha yoga (Scaravelli-influenced), working with the breath and gravity to find freedom of movement and inner stillness.

yoga with morgan


Yoga Alliance Logo BWY logo Teaching at Jing Nov 14a