The last of my classes for this summer term is Saturday 28th July 10.30am – 12 noon.
The next block of classes runs from Monday 3rd September to Saturday 22nd December 2018 – NB no classes from 22nd – 26th October for half term break.
I’m starting a new class for Beginners on Monday nights at 6pm – please share the following information with anyone you think may be interested and read down for a list of the rest of my classes.
Mondays 6 – 7.15pm NEW! Yoga for Beginners
For this first class, bring a friend for free!
Are you completely new to yoga or have you tried a couple of classes and want to develop a more regular practice? Are you looking to build strength and flexibility in your body as well as finding deep peace and relaxation? If so this class may well be for you. I should also say that a beginners class is actually good for all of us, whether or not we have weeks, months or years of Yoga experience – sometimes coming back to the beginning can bring a whole fresh insight and level of experience.
We will learn about:
- The subtleties of the breath and how important it is in relation to how we experience and move our body
- The importance of relaxation as a way to find deep peace and space in our lives
- How to access and experience common yoga poses and, most important, how to adapt them to suit our own bodies
- The beauty of gentle flow as we sequence postures together (e.g. sun salutation)
- The wider historical and philosophical context of Yoga beyond the physical practice
I am a qualified teacher with the British Wheel of Yoga. I absolutely love teaching yoga to all ages and levels of experience. Over the last few years I have realized that there is a gap in my teaching for beginners and so have decided to teach this new class and I’m excited about it.
What I would hope is that you will fall in love with yoga through this introduction to the practice and then can either continue for another course or move on to another class taught by me or by someone else.
Mondays 7.30-8.45pm Yoga for Cyclists, Runners and other Sports (NB note the change in start time to 7.30 pm and the reduction from a 90min to a 75min class ). It is good for all levels – fine for beginners as we take it slowly and gently but also good if you already have a practice and want to deepen it.
Tuesdays 12.30 – 2pm Hatha Flow
Wednesdays 6.15 – 7.45pm Hatha Flow
Wednesdays 8-9.30pm Yin-Restorative
Thursdays 5.30 -7pm Hatha Flow (NB this class is taught at Lancaster University rather than at the River Room in Halton Mill)
Fridays 10-11.30am Gentle Yoga
Saturdays either 8 – 9.30am OR 10.30-12noon depending on the week.
– Drop-in (£9)
– Block payments – please note that you can use ‘tickets’ for any of my classes as long as they are used between September 3rd and December 22nd 2018.
15 classes – £100
10 classes – £70
8 classes – £60
6 classes – £45
To book a block please pay into SC 402702 AC 01528297
Really look forward to seeing you during the rest of this block and then in September. If I don’t see you I hope you have a glorious summer!
For further information or just a chat please contact me on Rebecca@theriverroom.org.uk or 07907374278
And check out my new website http://rebeccayoga.org.uk