Find out more about the types of classes and courses I run, and how we might be able to work together soon.
Workplace yoga classes
I have been teaching these private classes for four years.
Students say doing yoga at work has improved their physical and mental health. It has also helped them to stay calm under pressure.
But don’t just take my word for it – read the student comments.
Why yoga at work really works …
– reduces stress
– improves focus
– boosts mood and creativity
– can be done anywhere – in a chair or a small office – and by anyone.
What I offer
– Lunchtime or after work yoga and meditation classes
– Free one-off taster classes to new clients
– A complementary one-to-one session is also given to any employee who successfully recommends me to their employer
– Wellbeing at work weeks – I also run these with the support of other therapists.
Businesses have three class fee options
1) Pay a set class fee for up to 12 employees (subject to space)
2) Subsidise a class for their staff, and employees cover the rest of the cost
3) Individuals pay a drop-in fee per class.
Drop me a line at email@example.com if you want to know more.
I am also a teen yoga and mindfulness teacher, whose teaching has appeared on the BBC.
I teach yoga and mindfulness classes in schools and run student wellbeing days.
In addition, I work with educational charities such as Global Generation in providing yoga to young people – and teach at parties and special events too.
I also teach teen yoga for The Life Centre London – find out more and view the schedule
Our class appeared on BBC Newsround documentary Inside my head: Taking control of my anxiety.
Why do teens need yoga?
– improves stamina and flexibility
– reduces tension and anxiety
– boosts concentration
– fosters emotional resilience.
– it meets school inspectors’ aims for students to learn reflection.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org me to find out more.
Read the blog – Why teens (+ all) still need yoga in a mindful world
I am a Traditional Yoga meditation teacher.
I lead courses and workshops in this breath awareness method, and also teach it to teenagers.
What is this?
Prana Samyama is a meditation based on observing the natural breath.
It calms the mind and can also remove bad habits or stored stress. For example, fretting when something goes wrong.
How does this work?
Have you noticed how your breath speeds up when you are nervous? This is because the natural breath is connected to the body and also what is happening in the mind.
By watching the natural breath, you can become calm, aware and mindful. This also allows behaviour patterns to release. This is because the conscious mind is observing the unconscious mind.
Where are classes available?
Courses are run across London. Keep an eye on this page or Traditional Yoga for more information on upcoming courses.
Students are given recordings for home practice during the course.
Who’s it for? People with an injury or health condition, or those who want help with a home practice.
I also teach meditation in these sessions.
Students are given a copy of the practice to do at home.
Email email@example.com for more details.
More on the way in 2020, but here’s a taster of the meditation courses I offer:
Do you want to become calmer, mindful, and also remove negative thought patterns and stored stress?
By meditating on the natural breath, this method has the power to bring balance and harmony to the mind.
The technique is taught through a series of sequential practices over this course.
These steps are supported by audio recordings by Dr ALV Kumar, yoga teacher and meditation master of this practice called Prana Samyama.
A home practice recording is available to all students who complete this 8-week course.
I am an accredited Traditional Yoga teacher, a charity and registered yoga school that trains teachers in this method.
What do I need to bring?
A meditation cushion, or two ordinary cushions or pillows
A blanket, if you feel the cold
Chairs are available – and there’s absolutely no need to sit in lotus pose!
Why practise this method?
Read how long-term practitioner Neeta Madahar uses it to keep her entire life – relationships, work and all – going smoothly.
How do I sign up?
Booking details will be available shortly.
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