Yoga Kingston Classes
Mixed Ability Classes at Yoga Kingston are for Everyone in the Teddington, Hampton, Hampton Wick and of course Kingston area. Some of my students travel from Kew, Surbiton and even Weybridge! Sessions are drop-in mixed ability classes for all levels. Please contact me if you are not sure whether they are suitable for you.
- Monday 9:45-11 am at Bullen Hall, £13
- Monday 7:45-9 pm at Bullen Hall, £15
- Friday 10-11:30 am at Bullen Hall, £13
Christmas schedule: last mixed ability classes am and pm are on Monday 18 December 2017, first class back in the New Year, Friday 12 January 2018
In a typical class, we tend to begin our practice with a simple meditation or breathing exercises seated or reclined. This helps us to arrive, centre, calm the mind and focus our awareness.
We then warm up and energise the body with simple exercises. We synchronise breath and movement and often follow this up with Sun Salutations, standing poses, hip and shoulder openers, twists, back bends and forward bends. Every sequence contains balancing and strenghtening asanas, core work, some inversions (even if it’s just child’s pose and downward facing dog) and relaxation at the end.
I lead students safely through a steady, slow mindfully flowing sequence of postures, you could call it ‘Mindfulness Yoga Flow’ with particular attention to alignment, helping to release long held tensions and warming up and moisturising connective tissue (fascia) and lubricating joints. Yoga is in essence a mindfulness practice, a moving meditation, where we find stillness in movement and energy in stillness.
The atmosphere is very relaxed, allowing you to let go of your daily routine and work to a level that suits you without competition or pressure.
So if you are interested in Yoga in Kingston, Teddington and Hampton Wick, join me for the next class at Bullen Hall.
Morning classes £13 drop-in, block of 10 classes to be used within 3 months, £120
Evening classes £15 drop-in, block of 10 classes to be used within 3 months, £130
“Yoga, an ancient but perfect science, deals with the evolution of humanity. This evolution includes all aspects of one’s being, from bodily health to self-realisation. Yoga means union – the union of body with consciousness and consciousness with the soul. Yoga cultivates the ways of maintaining a balanced attitude in day-to-day life and endows skill in the performance of one’s actions.”