As we settle into the quieter autumn months, why not take some time out with my Yoga and Meditation workshop on Sunday 18th October - only 4 places left, so book soon!


My weekly drop-in classes are running as usual through October:  Wednesday evenings 6-7.30pm and Friday mornings 10.30am-12.00pm, so do come and join me on the mat - details of my weekly classes here.


I'm in London for a week in October (20th-24th) training with Tias Little, an inspiring yoga teacher from America. Hilary Williams will be covering my drop-in classes while I am away, so do come and try some new things that week. I've had lots of good feedback from students who have experienced her teaching when she covered my classes previously...


My monthly programme continues in November with Yoga & the art of self practice..more details soon, but do put the date in your diary now! (Sunday 15th November 5-7pm at Unit 4)


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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