A gentle approach, suitable for all levels including beginners. We keep the pace slow and steady, often moving with the breath but leaving plenty of time to find your best alignment.
Slow doesn’t necessarily mean easy – in fact, if you’re used to fast-paced vinyasa classes it might surprise you how much strength and balance it takes to move s-l-o-w-l-y in and out of postures.
Many students report gains in strength, flexibility and balance; but beyond that, my overarching aim is to help you experience yoga as a moving meditation that cultivates a state of deep calmness in mind and body.
A four-week course for beginners and returners.
This introductory course is aimed at complete beginners as well as those who want to get back into yoga after taking a break for kids/injury/life in general! We will lay down a firm foundation for your ongoing yoga practice, empowering students to practice safely and with confidence in a general class. A maximum class size of ten students ensures a personalised approach.
If those timings don’t work for you, there are lots of other classes available with my colleagues at Dedham Retreats.
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My classes are designed to offer options and variations suitable for everyone from beginners to seasoned yogis, but if you’re concerned about whether the class is right for you please get in touch.
Monday 19th – Saturday 24th August, 2019, Devon
I’m delighted to be leading another yoga retreat for writers this summer at Totleigh Barton, the Arvon retreat centre in Devon. The theme for the week is “Find your balance, on and off the page”. You can read my full post about the retreat to find out more.
The course costs £648 (single room, all inclusive); there are grants available for those who can’t afford the full course fee, plus a special bursary fund for teachers.