Queen Elizabeth Park Community Centre and Stoughton Methodist Church Hall have both been carefully selected for their accessible location, along with their sense of space and light. Both are fully heated with WCs, laminated floors and natural light, where you will find a peaceful safe environment in which to unwind and find your inner calm.
Cheer up Mondays; let's get happy :)
Queen Elizabeth Park Community Centre
Guildford. GU2 9LX
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In the comfort of your own home...Bespoke yoga classes, tailor made for your personal needs & goals.
I have previously taught students privately for help with issues ranging from; anxiety & stress disorder, plantar fasciitis, general mobility, prolapsed lower disk, cronic pain, weight gain, establishing alignment, meditation and fitness kickstarting.
I charge £40 for 1 hour one to one tuition (additional fees may incur for longer traveling)
I am happy to consider partnering or small groups for yoga 'parties' or gatherings.
Please email or phone to enquire about availability
Thank You Thursdays!
Stoughton Methodist Church
Guildford. GU2 9PT
18.30 - 19.30
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My style of teaching is fresh, warm, creative, inclusive and fun.
For me, variety is the spice of life; so my classes are different every week. I often cover different topics themes and body parts. Some classes are more energising and upbeat; and some are more relaxed and philosophical. I observe who is in front of me and try to read what they need that day, encouraging them to know when to challenge themselves and when to be kinder to themselves.
I believe that it’s important for people to increase their body awareness and to begin to understand how their bodies work, so include simple information on anatomy and physiology during class.
Much as I respect and love the ancient origins of yoga; my belief is to make yoga as appealing and relevant as possible to what we as a society understand. Humanity shares common threads such as love, acceptance, unification, non-attachment and non-harm and so these fundamental themes of yoga are interwoven into my class in an accessible and non-religious way. Despite this more modern approach, I hope to preserve and honour the authenticity of yoga by using Sanskrit terminology (ancient indian language), a variety of Pranayama (breathing) techniques, and some yogic philosophy and mythology, sometimes including observation of the chakras (energy wheels).
My intention is to create a welcoming and challenging environment that inspires students to develop their passion for yoga and build on personal strength and flexibility. My classes are taught alongside carefully chosen instrumental music, providing an atmospheric setting that aids a deeper connection to the practice.
I want you to leave my classes feeling relaxed, revived, clear, and with a renewed sense of self.