Rebecca Ellis


We will have a 15 week block of classes starting on Monday April 9th with 1 week break in the middle (not coinciding with School half term):
 – 8 weeks of classes starting Monday 9th April

 – week break from Monday 4th June

 – 7 week classes starting Monday 11th June

  – Last class Saturday 28th July

As always you have a choice of drop-in for £9 or different block payments or ‘tickets’:
15 classes £100
10 classes £70
8 classes £60
5 classes £40
These ‘tickets’ can be used for any of my classes, in any order, as long as they are used by Saturday 28th July (it is not possible to take tickets into a future block). And if you run out of tickets, you can top up
The classes to choose from are:
Mondays 7.15 – 8.45 pm Yoga for Cyclists (River Room)
Tuesday 12.30 – 2pm Hatha Flow (River Room)
Wednesday 6.15 – 7.45pm Hatha Flow (River Room)
Wednesday 8.00 -930pm Yin-Restorative (River Room)
Thursday 5.30-7pm Hatha Flow (Lancaster University)
Friday 10.00 – 11.30am Gentle Yoga (River Room)
Saturday 10.30 – 12noon Saturday Refresh Yoga (sometimes at 8-9.30am watch this space)
Bank details for payments
RJ Ellis
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Thanks so much – it is such a delight to teach you all and I love the fact that so many of you keep coming back for more yoga!
much love

My teaching combines yoga styles: synchronizing breath and movement in the dynamic style of Vinyasa Flow, working closely with static posture alignment in Hatha and melting into the meditative, less dynamic postures of Yin. This is about more than working your body – everything we practice physically in yoga is intimately informed  by an ancient, rich and fascinating  philosophy going back thousands of years  and yet more relevant today than ever. I weave aspects of this philosophy into the teaching of breathing techniques, physical postures, relaxation and meditation. Through my classes, my aim is for you to feel wonderfully stretched, spacious and strengthened, your breathing smooth and regular and with a deep sense of calm and alignment with what matters in life.

I first encountered yoga when I was a stressed 15 year old and my grandmother showed me a sequence of asanas (physical postures) to help focus and calm my mind. I continued to practise on an off, and in the last 10 years began to take it more seriously, establishing a regular practice. In 2014 I took this further by completing a British Wheel Foundation Course in preparation for teacher training on the British Wheel Teaching Diploma. I am now qualified as a Yoga Teacher with the British Wheel of Yoga (accounting for 500 hours of training). Teaching students of all ages and levels of experience has transformed my own relationship to yoga and confirmed this is what I most love doing!  Tel: 07907374278