We've had a bit of a break, but from next week we will be running yoga classes again, this time with three instructors to choose from!
Our instructors include;
I am a Yoga Alliance-certified yoga teacher, specialising in vinyasa yoga. Vinyasa is a more vigorous style of yoga in which flowing movements are connected to the breath - building up cardiovascular health - whilst other postures are held for longer and deeper, building flexibility. My classes are playful and lighthearted and aim to leave yogis feeling invigorated and empowered.
Yoga is particularly good for climbers as it can help to lengthen stiff muscles, open shoulders and hips, and improve balance and core strength. But more than that, yoga also helps to connect and create a healthier dialogue between the body and mind, by focusing on the present moment and the sensations felt in different poses. Yoga can help to give an appreciation of your body and the unique things it can do: just as there is no such thing as a perfect body, there is no such thing as a perfect yoga posture
Lucy grew up practising yoga with her mother, also a yoga teacher. She is trained in Hatha (traditional) yoga blended with the creativity of Vinyasa Flow (breath co-ordinated with movement). Lucy is passionate about making yoga accessible to everyone, and applying yoga to life. She has a solid grounding in anatomy and specialises in aligning yogic techniques with other physical activities, such as climbing and distance swimming. Lucy is a member of the Leadership Council for Embodied YogaPrinciples and her acclaimed writings on mindfulness have been published inYoga International and Om magazine.
Cathy comes from a creative background and discovered yoga whilst at Architecture School. Since graduating, Cathy went onto complete her 200hr Yoga Alliance qualification and has enjoyed teaching across London ever since. She has trained with a variety of yoga teachers and enjoys incorporating several different styles of yoga into her classes. Cathy’s teaching styles include Vinyasa Flow, Power and Restorative Hatha yoga. Her classes are always fun, energising and soothing for the body. She welcomes and encourages all levels of practitioners to her classes and loves giving her students a good challenge!
The drop in classes will be running @ #theBiscuit on the Mezzanine floor (at the back)
Class size approx. 15
For the next 12 weeks classes will be £10. No block bookings presently
Suitable for all levels
Starting 10th April
Monday 6:30pm-7:30 pm with Lucy Lyus
Starting 24th April
Wednesday 8am-9am & Friday 7:30pm-8:30pm with Lucy Sabin
Starting Thursday 4th May
Thursday 12:30-1:30 pm with Cathy