Iyengar Yoga is suitable and beneficial for everyone. It is a non-competitive yet progressive practice which improves health in general. It is precise, with an emphasis on correct, safe practice.
In all classes the aim is to awaken the bodymind and get the energy flowing. Students follow a programme of postures which extend and align the body, with more difficult postures gradually being introduced. Students progress in their practice of postures safely at their own pace, to suit their body, often with the use of yoga equipment ‘props’ to achieve this aim.
Here is a timetable of classes till September
|Monday||6.45pm- 7.45pm||20th, 27th July||Brighton Rd Baptist Church||Beginners||10|
|Monday||8pm- 9.30pm||20th, 27th July||Brighton Rd Baptist Church||General||12|
|Tuesday||11.30am- 1pm||21st July||Cranleigh Arts Centre||General||12|
|Wednesday||2pm -3pm||22nd, 28th July||Cranleigh Arts Centre||General||9|
|Wednesday||7.30pm– 9pm||26th Aug||Yoga Studio, Shamley Green||Mixed||15|
Teaching Yoga since 2001, I love seeing people of all ages and abilities transform. I teach an alignment based practice guided by the breath and embodied awareness. Classes are reasonably active but do not exhaust, rather they warm and awaken the body but calm and refresh the mind. Iyengar teachers are trained to correct students and, if permitted, may make hands-on adjustments where needed.
Sarra’s skill as a teacher is in encouraging us to stretch our capabilities while ensuring we achieve correct alignment and remain safe. Her classes are fun, informative and ultimately within the true spirit of yoga. I finish feeling balanced and whole.
Ruth Snaddon January 2013