I'm teaching as usual for the first two weeks in February. In the first week we will be giving our feet a yoga workout to free them from the confines of winter shoes. The following week we will be opening the space around our hearts with forward bends and backbends (can you detect a Valentine's theme here?!)
Then I'm away for the last two weeks of February and the first week in March. I'm doing a 100hour Yoga Alliance teacher training module and am looking forward to sharing what I learn with you on my return!
While I am away my weekly drop-in classes on Wednesday evenings 6-7.30pm and Friday mornings 10.30am-12pm are continuing and will be covered by Wendy Caules and Hilary Williams. I really hope you will come to their classes - it can be very useful to get different perspectives on your practice.
For details of what is happening to my Tuesday intermediate class (7.30-9pm) while I am away, please click here.
My next Seasonal Yoga Session is celebrating the Spring Equinox, on Sunday 22nd March 2015 6.30-8.30pm at the lovely JING Studio in Bond Street. Click here for more information. Book soon for this popular session, only a few places left - early bird price until mid-Feb!
To see details of my new monthly yoga programme click here.
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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 neeed 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.