Three Hour Morning Yoga Workshops
We teach hatha yoga which is general yoga, or ‘yoga for all’ and our style focuses on health, wellbeing and vitality in the body. These morning sessions will include, relaxation, meditation and breath work and are definitely aimed at beginners or those wishing to teach beginners yoga.
You will be taught as an individual to your own limitations with whatever health issues you may have. All workshops are given in a warm and welcoming atmosphere where you will be encouraged to work at your own pace.
Remember flexibility is not a requirement to do yoga.
Dates & Venues
All these workshops are 10m to 1pm.
The October date is in the beautiful Tram Hatch Gardens and the last one of the year in November is at Spearpoint Pavilion. Find out more at our venues page. In 2019 these workshops will continue and will be mostly based in Kennington.
£30 for everyone, although those on the Liberty Unlimited membership receive a 50% discount, just £15. Please get in touch to make this booking.
Who is it for?
Ideal for beginners, those with an exisiting yoga practice or for rusty returners to kick start a renewed interest in yoga. These three hour yoga workshops will give you all the tools and in-depth knowledge you need to help you along your yoga journey.
Having longer time together, a proper three hour yoga workshop gives us the opportunity to explore more breathing techniques, spend more time on poses, breaking them down and building up vinyasa’s. It also allows the muscles to warm up for greater effect and have a little longer than usual in relaxation/savasana. Always blissful. We can also explore poses more deeply and work in partners too.
“Yoga is like music: the rhythm of the body, the melody of the mind, and the harmony of the soul create the symphony of life.” BKS Iyengar
at Tram Hatch Gardens
make sure you read the directions on how to find the venue
at Spearpoint Pavilion
Got a question?
Find the answers on our support page.
Yoga and Mindfulness Teacher, Director of Studies
SallyAnn's philosophy is that classes should be fun, challenging and relaxing. Her style is dynamic and intuitive incorporating strength, flexibility, breathing and relaxation all at the same time, improving all round well being and health.
What do I bring?
Please bring yoga mats and any equipment you already have. There will be some to borrow but would be very helpful if you could bring blankets or any yoga props you already have.
I'm a beginner, can I still come?
Beginners are very welcome, however if you’ve never done yoga before then this is probably not the best place to start. We recommend you try one of our beginners yoga classes first until you feel more settled.