Sibylla Chan has spent a lifetime learning about yoga and discovering its amazing results. Here's how her relationship with the ancient practice developed and why she is spreading the word. Myexperience of yoga is based on a lifetime of practice, teaching and applying its principles to the practical demands of modern living. Alongside a busy secondary school teaching career, teaching science and modern languages, I ran yoga classes during evening and weekends.
I trained as a yoga teacher in 1999 with Duncan Hulin at The Devon School of Yoga and have recently completed a four year course with Paul Harvey at the Centre of Yoga Studies. The style of yoga whichI am learning, teaching and practising is based on the teachings of Krishnamacharya. This style of yoga has been called Viniyoga, meaning the appropriate application for the individual.
The studio has been carefully designed to offer a tranquil space in which to take off your shoes and enjoy the practice of yoga. We offer a full timetable of daily classes in a range of yoga styles.We have classes for all levels of experience: from complete beginners to more experienced practitioners.
Solaris Yoga was founded in 2015 by Dr Shilpa Kulkarni. Solaris Yoga is situated in Plymouth, ideally located for students living in Plymouth, Tavistock, Ivebridge, Totnes, Wembury and around. Classesare small enough to ensure personal attention and large enough to create an inspiring group energy. Students of all levels are welcome, from beginners to more advanced practitioners. No need of prior yoga experience.
Thank you for visiting! My name is Cathy and I hope that I will be able to share with you the wonderful flowing style of Yoga that is Dru. Dru Yoga is rooted in Classical Yoga and offers unique healthbenefits for everyone. My current Yoga class is at: St Peter's Lutheran Church on the corner of Larkham Lane and the Dell in Plympton, Plymouth. PL7 4PG, on a Friday at 6pm-7pm.
I have been teaching yoga since 2003. My yoga teaching is a blend of the traditional hatha yoga I have practised and learnt over many years, combined with up-to-date sports science information. Istarted practising yoga back in 1995 when I was pregnant as I found I was unable to continue the climbing, running and mountain biking I had been doing. I was surprised to find that yoga enabled me to stay as strong and fit during pregnancy as I had been before.
Introduced to Yoga by my Mother at a young age, I soon developed a love of Yoga that has continued throughout my life. After having my two son's, I was lucky enough to be able to train for my TeachingDiploma with the British Wheel of Yoga and achieved this in January 2007.
I was first introduced to Yoga by Rhada Ireland during a holiday on the Greek island of Skyros, in 1991, where I began learning the primary series of Ashtanga Yoga. I continue to study regularly withexperienced teachers. I studied at Dartington College of Arts and gained a BA(hons) degree in Visual Performance in 1999.
Offering yoga therapy to children and young people with special needs is at the heart of what we do. When you pay for a class, your fee is a donation that helps us ensure that no child is ever turnedaway due to their financial situation. We believe in healthy bodies and happy minds, and practice yoga to realise this balance. We are here to share this, and aim to create vitality and meaning in the lives of people who come to practice yoga at Kush.
I love to nurture people and to help them fulfil their potential. I believe that when you are stressed everything can seem impossible and by a shift in attitude and habits we can release that stressand achieve our hearts desires. I believe that this is actually a lot simpler than we are often led to believe. But I also know that it can be very beneficial to have some help along the way.