Monthly Archives: January 2016

Improvers Class Jan 24

yogawest_luke_0616A 2 hour class focused on working towards intermediate class poses with time for discussion. An opportunity to build the understanding you’ll need to feel confident in an intermediate class.

This class should bolster your confidence, and answer any queries or concerns you may have.

Taught by Luke.

 

Timing

3.30–5.30pm

Cost

£15  (you can use a stamp on your Yogacard-6 or 12 with a £5 supplement)

 

Specialist workshops with Edgar Stringer

Sunday afternoons 2–5pm

yogawestedgareaster14_73We’re launching a series of 3-hour workshops with Edgar focussing in more detail on particular asanas relating to the chakras.

Suitable for intermediate+ level students.

Running on Sunday afternoons from March, read more about them here.

Uday weekend Apr 30th, booking now open!

A whole weekend with Uday…

SONY DSCUday Bhosale is returning to Yogawest on Apr 30 – May 1.

Booking is now open!

Cost if booked before Feb 29th £50 per day or £90 for both days.

Read full details

National Iyengar Yoga Day

2 free classes for newcomers at Yogawest

Yogawest are delighted to be participating in the first ever National Iyengar Yoga Day.

You are invited to come and partake in a free class designed to introduce you to yoga.

Saturday January 16th

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Class 1  9.30–10.45am (max 20 – come early).

Class 2 2–3pm (max 50, just come, or book your place in advance on 0117 924 3330).

 

Classes are suitable for all newcomers or returners, first come first served so arrive early.

How to find us

Yogawest is at the end of Denmark Place, a small lane (no cars, but bikes welcome!) between Bishopston Hardware and Bagel Boy.

More details and contact us

 

Teenage boys class

Boys need Yoga!

SONY DSCWe’d love to set up a class suitable for teenage boys. Our popular teenager class is very girl-dominant and we think more boys may come if there is a class with more boys in it.

Teenagers tend to get very stiff in their joints and muscles and due to various lifestyle habits (sport, gaming and of course school-stress), can find it difficult to undo tension and body stress. Regular yoga practice can help to teach and encourage greater body awareness, flexibility and focus.

Many sporting celebrities (Ryan Giggs for example) have used Iyengar yoga to support their career in Rugby, Football and Cricket to name but 3 sports.

This class is likely to run on a Friday at 4.30 and be taught by Diana. We expect to promote it to secondary school age boys, but allow girls to attend so long as they don’t outnumber the boys!

SONY DSCWe will need a group of 5 or 6 to get it off the ground, so if you can get a few boys together, great!

It would be good to start this after Easter 2016…

What do you think? Let Jon know if you are interested.