I went to my first yoga class about 20 years ago at my local gym and immediately knew that I had found what I had been looking for after years of aerobics and squash. I am a qualified British Wheel ofYoga Diploma Teacher and have been teaching since 1998. Over the years I have regularly attended workshops and courses given by teachers from a variety of styles of yoga such as Viniyoga and Iyengar, and my yoga has been influenced by each of these.
Yoga has touched my life so profoundly; it's a way of life and a therapeutic support mentally and physically that I want to share. There is nobody I know who wouldn't benefit from being more present,having a greater sense of calm, clarity and ultimately a greater sense of contentment in life.
Yoga Alliance certified teacher working in Canton, Cardiff. Amanda fell in love with Yoga in 2005. She found the practice to be a powerful means to build physical, spiritual and emotional strength.Coming from a Buddhist family home, Amanda has always been encouraged to meet life with an open heart and mind. Amanda believes Yoga is a wonderful tool with which to encourage a gentle way of living: kindness towards yourself being the first step on the road to the discovery of your heart.
I have often heard friends say they'd like to start yoga but for various reasons they didn't quite get round to it. So I had the idea of an online resource where you can find all the classes in yourarea; with plenty of tips and extra information about what to expect when you start going to classes.
Having 'nothing better to do' one evening, Al accompanied his wife Julie to his very first Yoga class, and from that time on nothing was quite the same again. He completed teacher training withAnne-Marie Newland at Sun Power Yoga in 2013 and furthered his development on a second teacher training in Budokon Yoga with Kancho Cameron Shayne in 2014. He teaches a dynamic ashtanga influenced Yoga class in a friendly and supportive style.
Ray has been teaching power yoga in Cardiff since 2003. Taking inspiration from the numerous workshops and courses he has attended both in the U.K and Europe, Ray has developed a practice that is bothaccessible for newcomers to yoga but can also offer a challenge to experienced yogis. The style is influenced by Ashtanga, which means the postures are kept simple but the flow of the class can be strong.
Mysore Style: all levels of experience and ability are welcome to Mysore Style and we highly recommend this option to beginners. The teacher will guide students individually through the posturesuntil, eventually, you are able to practice alone but still with the support of the teacher.
Mary's morning Yoga classes offer an opportunity to get your day off to a good start by energizing your body and calming your mind. Mary's evening Yoga classes offer the perfect opportunity to let go,unwind and relax after the stresses of your day. Mary's classes allow you to explore and develop your Yoga postures, breathing, chanting and meditation.
We're - Yogafever Cardiff Ltd - teaching hot yoga classes and courses from our small purpose built hot-yoga studio in the Splott part of Cardiff. Our studio can hold up to 14 students in each class.We enjoy teaching these smaller groups to ensure each student receives some focus from the teacher. We love hot yoga and encourage you to come and give it a try! We promise high quality teaching with teachers that are passionate and ooze enthusiasm.
I'm glad that you are thinking of starting a Yoga practice. Whether or not you will come to my class, I sincerely hope that you will find some useful information on this site, along with a suitableteacher and class that can provide you with a positive and safe Yoga practice experience. I believe that everyone can and should practice Yoga, regardless of their background and belief.