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March 16 @ 19:00 - 20:15
An event every week that begins at 19:00 on Wednesday, repeating until 14th December 2022
About the class:
This general level class is suitable for complete beginners, as well as those with more experience. Regular practise of Iyengar Yoga will improve strength, stamina, flexibility and the ability to relax. Iyengar Yoga is known for its emphasis on accuracy, correct alignment and practising safely. Another feature is the use of props, including foam blocks, belts, and blankets. These enable students to achieve their potential in the asanas (poses).
About the teacher:
Suzy began attending Iyengar yoga classes in 2002. Since qualifying in 2011 she has taught pupils of all ages and abilities, including students from the University of the Arts and guests at Crisis’ emergency winter shelter. She says “I’ve found the practice of yoga to be a reliable and powerful tool, providing stability and resilience through all stages of life. It has made me stronger physically and emotionally, consistently reminding me of the need to develop sensitivity towards myself and the world around me. My goal as a teacher is to help others benefit from as much as I have from Iyengar Yoga.”
Age 14 upwards. Suitable for most people, but please get in touch if you have any complicated health issues, are pregnant or have had recent surgery.
- Improved flexibility
- Toned muscles
- Calmer mind
- Improved posture
- Increased protection from illness
“I can’t recommend Suzy’s classes enough. Suzy is personable, knowledgeable and fully adapts each pose to your level of ability.”
What to wear / bring:
- Please where shorts or leggings and a t-shirt.
- Something comfortable that you can move easily in, but nothing too baggy.
- All equipment is provided, but please bring a smooth blanket and a mat if you have one.
£12.50 drop-in or £9 per class when you sign up for a half-term (6/7 weeks)
To book, please contact Suzy directly. See details below.