Yoga teacher - beginners yoga, gentle yoga, chair yoga, kids yoga, corporate yoga, one to one yoga, yoga workshops. Group yoga classes available in Sutton, Carshalton, Cheam, Banstead, Kingswood,Walton on the Hill.
If you have tried yoga before perhaps in a gym or a leisure centre, you may have thought that it was not for you and may have been overwhelmed to practice in a large overcrowded yoga class or unable to keep up with the pace of the class attended by more flexible or younger people.
I have been practising yoga since 1995.
“Thank you so much for running the classes during this awful time, it is a real service and much appreciated.
“Ross is a very good teacher.
A vibrant collection of power vinyasa yoga classes and workshops in Crystal Palace (South London) and Hackney (East London), with yoga retreats worldwide. Progress in your practice quicker with oursingle clear style of Yoga that will bring clarity to the mind, sculpt your ideal body and leave you lighter and more inspired for the joys of life.
I'm Jackie Franklin, a yoga teacher in London where I teach group yoga classes, private yoga sessions and yoga in the workplace all over the capital and the South East. I have practiced yoga for over15 years and I now teach others about the incredible, life-changing power of yoga!
If you want to enjoy Yoga in the home then I am available for one to one classes at hourly rates. This is often the best way to learn and progress with your practice as I am able to give you undividedattention! I also teach pre and post natal yoga classes in your own home or classes available at my home too.
Michelle Cross is the inspirational and motivational teacher behind YogaRelax, she strives to bring out the light in every person; her infectious passion for Yoga is apparent in her classes and shinesthrough as an intense desire to help others feel the Grace of Yoga that transformed her life and continues to do so. She is honoured to teach thousands to step into their power and relax into their radiance!
Standing strong by the notion that 'Yoga is for everyone', I teach yoga to people of all ages, with a good dose of kind-hearted spirit. Training initially in India in the Sivananda style, I have sincecompleted specialist training in Children's yoga with Jo Manuel of The Special Yoga Centre and in Pregnancy yoga with Francoise Freedman of Birthlight.
I began to attend yoga classes 15 years ago and was fortunate to have had some very good teachers. Initially, yoga did not mean a great deal to me as I regarded it as little more than a form ofexercise. Over the years I began to notice some improvements in my posture and more particularly, in my breathing. This spurred me on and I continued attend various workshops, where I expanded my interest in yoga. Over time my own practice became regular and yoga became a way of life.
Oaktree Yoga is based in Forest Hill and Honor Oak Park (close to Catford and Sydenham), South London SE23 (close to SE6 and SE26) offering ashtanga vinyasa yoga, beginner's yoga, dynamic yoga,pregnancy yoga, yoga retreats and yoga workshops to suite all levels and abilities. Yoga is an ancient tradition originating in India more than 2000 years ago. The word yoga means 'to unite' as it is thought that through yoga we are enabled to truly unify body, mind and consciousness.
Yoga can mean different things to different people. For some, practicing yoga is a way to stretch and strengthen the body whilst calming the mind. Others may find that through practicing yoga, theyget a better sense of that connection between their body and mind and help access that inner peace amidst the chaos of city life. The word yoga can mean "to yoke" or unify and is often translated as union of the body, mind and spirit.
So yoga gestalten stands for working with our bodies through yoga. Everything we experience in life leaves an imprint on our bodies, which may manifest as tension, stress or other psychosomaticconditions. Through yoga we can reverse the process and by freeing physical tension free the mind and emotions. For me, yoga is a never-ending exploration of the body and mind, and a way of discovering the beauty of life.