In Rosie's classes you are guided to work meditatively, listening closely to your own body and breath. Discover your inner resources to develop postures as you learn to isolate parts of your body andwith small movements make big shifts. All of this happens without grasping but by listening and allowing. Rosie's teaching focuses on using the breath to deepen and extend the body, mind and spirit.
Zoë Reason trained (and teaches within) the Iyengar Yoga tradition. She is certified (and insured) to teach by the Iyengar Yoga Association (UK). Iyengar training is often regarded as one of the mostthorough and demanding systems of teaching people to teach yoga. The Iyengar method is methodical and progressive. Which means that you start with simple movements and then, as you progress, you move on to more complicated poses and to more sensitive and subtle ways of working in basic poses.
I use good, safe alignment techniques and encourage students to build a life-long personal practice combined with a regular class. I always include Yoga Nidra, visualisation and chakra balancing in myclass. To find out more about me please visit the profile page. If you can't make it to one of my classes or would like a bit of extra motivation please visit Mikaela's Yoga Channel where I've posted some yoga tutorials. I hope that my art inspires you to do the same.
I have always had an interest in health and fitness and began practising yoga as a teenager. My interest grew when I practised yoga regularly as a student in London where yoga helped me deal with thestress of my Degree course in Illustration (and London life!) particularly in my third year. It was when going through another stressful time in 2006 that I decided to take the plunge and train as a yoga teacher!
Lucy is a vinyasa flow yoga teacher and personal trainer in Brighton and Hove. Lucy gave birth to her first baby on September 7th 2014. During her pregnancy, Lucy decided to start a video series, fromweek 14 of her pregnancy (see week one here). Subscribe to the channel to keep up-to-date with Lucy's first-hand advice on exercise, posture, nutrition tips and how to look after your body and mind through this amazing phase of life here!
Founder of Studio iO, A small dedicated Yoga Space in central Brighton I teach weekly classes in Hatha, Vinyasa Flow and TRX Yoga. My passion for yoga began when I was at school although I was keen topractice yoga purely for it's physical benefits to improve my sport. It was after several years of dynamic practice that I then decided to travel and explore Yoga all over the World, my first stop was India followed by Thailand, Bali and Australia.
Dahn Yoga is designed to help the practitioner develop self-awareness and improve the circulation of energy in the body through meridian stretching, ki-gong, healing martial arts and meditation. DahnYoga is committed to creating authentic opportunities for individuals to improve their quality of life, creating health, happiness and peace. The simple exercises are suitable for people of all ages and ability levels.
Experience the delights of yoga on the Ki centre's lovely padded crash mats on Thursday evenings at 5.45pm with Sue - easy on the knees and very freeing as you can roll or step off your mat - andyou're still on a mat! You can contact Sue for details on firstname.lastname@example.org. Sue also teaches at the Float Spa in Hove on Mondays - see below for details.
Yoga came to me in two ways. A curiosity from being the child of two medics. And from growing up in competitive sport. I love sports science, But I wanted to know what can I do to make these achingmuscles feel better? What soothes them? I studied yoga, especially the vinyasa practice, during my university years alongside the BWY. Then I went the heartland India. Immersive study in Hatha Yoga.
Classes are given in an open, relaxed and safe environment providing a sanctuary from your everyday life. Most classes are a dynamic flow style of yoga (definition below) and are suitable for peopleat all levels, as modifications are given during postures. Carefully compiled playlists are used to complement the sequences. Music can help you to relax into postures, transport you from your daily routine and deepen your practice.