Browse by Region
Recommended Yoga Classes
Yoga for you gives you the chance to come to class and commit to looking after yourself better physically, mentally and emotionally. Bringing an enhanced feeling of positive health, strength andvitality to your daily life. No matter what physical condition your are in, Yoga for You can be a shining light to take you forward in life so that you can develop naturally, de-stress and deepen your relationship with everything around you.
Physical or Hatha Yoga is the most complete exercise system in the world. It mobilises joints, keeps the back amazingly flexible and tones every muscle, helping you find the best body shape for yourheight and build and keeping that Fabulous Shape Forever. As the exercises are combined with slow, deep breathing it also helps you relax at will, conquer stress and sleep well.
We host inspiring yoga holidays at a selection of stunning locations, with some of the world's best teachers. We have a fabulous choice of holidays, destinations and teachers in the months ahead.Every destination yoga holiday combines stylish, comfortable venues with a choice of daily yoga classes in beautiful, peaceful environments. And delicious healthy food with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.
The gift of yoga is that it allows you to practice techniques that can help you in your EVERYday life. Throughout the class Soraya offers insights, readings and humour to help you explore not onlyyour external body but also your inner landscape. When my mother died when I was 23yrs, it was a way of connecting with her, as she practiced yoga. Later it was a way of de-stressing amid the chaos of London life.
A life-long dream of our Director, Frances Homewood, Sheffield Yoga Centre finally became a reality in 2005. More than just a building, Sheffield Yoga Centre is a community of Iyengar Yogapractitioners, students, teachers and support staff who celebrate the light and warmth that is at the heart of Iyengar Yoga. Situated on a peaceful leafy street in Walkley, Sheffield Yoga Centre is known to be a centre for excellence in the teaching and promotion of Iyengar Yoga.
I started practising hatha yoga in 1988 while a student at New York University. New York City was a wonderful place to begin my yoga journey as I had access to a wide range of classes and excellentteachers. Throughout my student years I attended classes and courses at various yoga studios: Sivananda, Iyengar and more.
Respect for yourself and others, developing self awareness, management of emotions and finding a way to deal with the pressures of modern life are all things that young children should be learning inschools and during after school play. It is during the May school holidays. In order for me to schedule the classes by age group, could you please register your interest by telling me the age of your children and where you live and I can book a venue and sessions accordingly.
The Cambridge Iyengar Yoga Centre (CIYC) has been in existance since 1983. B.K.S Iyengar visited the centre in 1985. The centre is fully equipped in the Iyengar tradition and is situated in a quietlocation close to the Grafton Centre. The classes at the CIYC are run by Senior Iyengar Yoga Teacher, Sasha Perryman, who has been teaching Iyengar Yoga for over 35 years. Sasha' devotion to Iyengar Yoga is paramount and her teaching experience and knowledge of Yoga vastly comprehensive.
White Wolf is a Native American name for Killer Whale, or Orca - my favourite animal in the world! Some legends claim that the first killer whale was a supernatural white wolf that entered the oceanand transformed into a whale. They say that Mother Earth painted markings on the side of the orca as a reminder of its past life as a member of the wolf family. Among Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest Coast, Orca are represented as lords of the ocean.
Have a look around this site to find our schedule of regular evening classes and one-off events, our Yoga teacher training programme, biographical details about us, the teachers, and a summary of ournon-sectarian approach to the wonderful gift of Yoga. Our photos page should give you a flavour of our work at Parkdale. Our page on Bowen Technique treatments gives some basic information and links you to a fuller treatment on our Bowen specific site.
Open Yoga provides inclusive community classes. Yoga improves flexibility, strength and relaxation as well as promoting a strong immune system and supporting the nervous system, digestion and generalhealth. Whatever your motivation for coming, you are welcome to join us at The Open House in Stroud.
Dynamic and challenging, The Freestyle Yoga Project is geared towards encouraging students to think for themselves and investigate what's going on over the side of any particular yogic box. In fact,to also explore what's going on outside of yoga too! Because no one style of yoga nor one physical discipline holds all the answers, and so can be potentially limiting.
I used to have real pain after long car journeys. I would get out and be hobbling. I have done loads of car journeys now and it has been fine, so it really has made the difference. It does help me andthe other people in the class were all saying the same thing.
In 2002 the BCY studio was created by two yogis- Steve and Vacassin, who bought and renovated the property, creating the beautiful studio space we still have today. Come 2008 both original partnershad moved on leaving the way for Laura Gilmore to become director of BCY. Laura has developed the studio into a space where we offer quality yoga in a number of traditions, and created the therapy room space offering treatments from Bristol's most accomplished therapists.
Sue is an Intuitive Healer, Reiki Master and Acupuncturist. Sue has been running retreats for 8 years, firstly at her own centre in Cornwall and now also in Portugal and Kenya. Sue channels highfrequency energies to facilitate the release of blocks in the persons body, emotions and mind, freeing them to enjoy a life based on love and creativity. An important part of the transformative process is learning how to anchor this creative energy using Yoga, breath, and sound.