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A very warm welcome to the Little Yoga Corner!

I currently run classes in the village of Dry Drayton in the Village Hall.  We are a small (but growing) friendly group still in the early days of learning Yoga so it’s a very good time to join us.

Classes

Classes at Dry Drayton Village Hall:

Morning Yoga     *NEW*
Suitable for beginners or for people returning to Yoga
Mondays, 10am to 11am
10, 17 & 24 September 2018 (£18 or £7 per class drop-in)
1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 October 2018 (£30 or £7 drop-in)

Chair Yoga     *NEW*
A gentler practice, suitable for people who can’t get down to the floor
Thursdays, 4.45 to 5.30pm
13, 20 & 27 September 2018 (£15 or £6 per class drop-in)
4, 11, 18 & 25 October 2018 (£20 or £6 drop-in)

Yoga Flow
A class that encourages fluid and intuitive movement, suitable for people who have done some Yoga before, but beginners are welcome too
Thursdays, 5.45 to 7.15pm
6, 13, 20 and 27 September 2018 (£30 or £8.50 per class drop-in)
4, 11, 18 and 25 October 2018 (£30 or £8.50 drop-in)

If you would prefer to ‘hop’ between classes, please pay the drop-in rate

Please come with a Yoga mat and blanket (and Yoga belt and blocks, if you have them) for Morning Yoga and Yoga Flow

 

Private tuition also available (from £35 for an hour-and-a-quarter)

 

 

 

About

About Yoga:

You probably have some ideas about what you think Yoga is and why you want to do it.  People usually come for exercise, to improve flexibility and for relaxation, and Yoga can give you all of those.

You might be surprised to learn that there are many strands of philosophy and scripture that lie behind the practice of Yoga.  I’m not a purist about Yoga though and don’t subscribe to any one strict doctrine.   In my experience, Yoga brings you back to yourself on every level: the physical practice helps to restore awareness of your body and breath; through meditation you get to know what’s on your mind and how it works; and regular practice can ultimately re-connect you with your own stillness (or spirit if you believe in that).

I am inspired by teachers like Julie Martin who, as a former dancer, brings a fluid, creative and joyful quality to the movements which we are working towards in our Yoga classes.

 

 

Contact

To book a place or for further information, please contact:

Anita Cullum
Email: anita@littleyogacorner.co.uk
Tel. 0790 6176050