Join us on a six-month journey of enquiry and exploration into the practices of Yoga.
Following on from our “Diving deeper” foundation course we are now “Coming up for air” integrating practices and theory that we can use in every day life, right here, right now.
We will connect in-person as a community at St Mary & St Margaret’s hall in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham between October 2022 - March 2023.
Our accessible sessions will be based around the pancha mahabhutas - the five great elements which are seen in Yoga and it’s partner science and philosophy Ayurveda. We will weave in theory from different paths of Yoga in a down-to earth and enjoyable way. Topics that will be touched on are Asana (developing the postures of Yoga for the individual), the yamas and niyamas of Patanjalis astanga system (eight limbs) and how they might fit into a modern world, developing our meditation practice, sustaining our practice as a wellbeing tool for body and mind, the chakra and nadi systems (without the faff!)
There will be a wonderful course book and some online content added each month to support you. A supportive and openhearted sangha (community) will be there for you along the way.
Last updated Aug. 1, 2022, 8:37 a.m. UTC
My classes are accessible and inclusive with a focus on body awareness, moving meditation and energy work fused with the classical teachings of Hatha Yoga and Qigong with a modern twist. Each session includes asana (postures), pranayama (breathing techniques) and relaxation/meditation as well as incorporating more restorative practices too, always honouring these transformative practices. You can join me in-person in a couple of our beautiful, safe halls, live-streamed via zoom in the comfort of your own home or even via our growing on-demand library via my website smallworldyoga.co.uk
I teach a number of different styles including Traditional Hatha, Prana flow Yoga (created by global movement alchemist Shiva Rea), Tibetan practices and Qigong are weaved into my classes as well as Trauma Informed Yoga, restorative Yoga, Chair Yoga and meditation. I also run workshops, retreats and foundation courses and hold YACEP status.
You can now also join me online with live-streamed weekly classes via Zoom or take a look at my online library of class replays.
Qualifications British Wheel of Yoga level 4 Diploma, E-RYT-500 hours, Prana flow and Soulful wellness, YACEP, Restorative Yoga, holistic massage, Yoga for Autism and ADHD, EFT. I am an accredited Trauma Informed Yoga teacher.
Classes are for all levels, ages and abilities - please note some classes are not suitable during pregnancy. I am passionate that anyone can bring the benefits of Yoga in to their life. Come along and discover the magic for yourself!