New Ashtanga yoga class starting Sunday 3rd June 2010 in the dance studio at the Sports Centre at Roundwood School
AL5 3AE from 9.30-10.30am. Drop-in fee:10.00. This class is for those with some prior yoga experience. It is a dynamic class based on the Ashtanga Primary Series. A beginners Astanga class is planned to start at the same venue from September 2012. Plans to launch a Yin class are also in motion for September 2012.
April has been teaching yoga since 1996. She holds yoga teaching certifications from Mount Madonna Center in California and Triyoga in London and has a PhD in Dance. Please contact her for additional information including rates and arrangements for private lessons.
I am a keen runner originally attracted to yoga for fitness and to improve flexibility. I quickly learned that yoga
can bring equanimity of mind as well as a release for tight hamstrings! I teach a dynamic style of Hatha yoga that is informed, creative and playful. I place a strong emphasis on correct alignment and personal assists to help each student get the most out of each session.
I have been practising yoga since 1998 and qualified with my Yoga Alliance teaching accreditation in early March 2011. My experience spans a broad range of styles and teachers, including Jivamukti, Iyengar, Bikram, Hatha and Vinyasa Flow. My initial teacher training was with Dr Elena Voyce of Teach Yoga Academy and I have studied with leading international teachers including Matthew Sandford, Kate Ellis and Françoise Freedman.
I have also recently undergone a rigorous Birthlight pregnancy teacher training course. I had a home birth in February 2013 by incorporating yoga and hypnobirthing and am excited to share the incredible Birthlight techniques with other expectant mums. I am also in the second trimester of pregnancy with my second child so I am on the journey with my pregnancy yoga students!
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Steve is a full-time, Iyengar yoga teacher qualified to intermediate level. He is qualified to teach remedial/injury/pregnancy
etc. He offers public classes for complete beginners and experienced students in st Albans and Harpenden. Private tuition (references on request). www.yogastalbans.co.uk
Steve aims to inspire students to excel in their practice of yoga through sharing his enthusiasm and dedication. 'Through teaching I hope to give students a supportive, safe and enjoyable foundation for their future interest in yoga study'.
Lifeforce Wellbeing's founder Daniella Dines (and Alesha Dixon's personal yoga teacher) runs Yoga Classes and Yoga
Retreats for all abilities to enjoy. Her classes are designed to nourish both the beginner and intermediate level. To connect the mind and body through moving meditation, is the key to both a stimulating and fulfilling yoga practice. Please see our website for more information on yoga classes, yoga retreats (both in the UK and abroad - Goa in November 2012!) and holistic health courses.
Fabrizia draws from both Hatha and Kundalini traditions to create her very own style of Yoga in Welwyn Garden City
at the Friends Meeting House, Handside Lane on Tuesday evenings and Wednesday mornings, also in Epping Green at her Strawbale Studio on Monday and Thursday evenings . For more info please visit website
I am passionate about yoga, and greatly enjoy teaching regular pregnancy (prenatal and antenatal) and postnatal exercise
classes in Rickmansworth, Bushey, and Kings Langley, Herts, as well as in Harrow, Middx, to local mums-to-be, new mums and their babies. Check out the yummy-yoga.co.uk website for the latest class timetable or email me.
Club Yoga: All classes focus on vinyasa flow and the natural energy systems of the body, removing blockages and freeing
energy. Asana, pranayama, mudra, mantra and meditation covered. BWY Dip teacher.15 years teaching experience. Regular workshops and retreat, meditation and pranayama classes. Private and specialist remedial work see website for details
Yoga is for everyone regardless of age, gender, shape and size. Men, women, kids, and seniors, mothers-to-be and new
mums will all benefit from regular yoga practice. Your first step onto the yoga mat is the start of an exciting journey to building a solid yoga foundation. The benefits of yoga include greater flexibility, improved strength, reduced stress levels, relief from chronic disease, pain, premature aging, and generally a feeling of enhanced wellbeing. Mats are provided for the first class, although for hygienic reasons we do advise bringing your own mat, along with a towel and wear comfortable clothing to move in. All classes must be pre-booked and fees are payable in advance. Classes are run as a course in blocks of 4, 6 or 8 weeks depending on term times. Although we do offer drop in classes, we advise that you book for a block of classes to allow for a systematic and structured progression through the course, thus obtaining the maximum benefit.