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BEGINNERS COURSES AUTUMN 2014 CLICK HERE TO BOOK

Beginners Level 1

For those with little or no experience of yoga

 

Saturday 10.30-11.30am Oct 4 - Dec 20 Monique

Wednesday 6.15-7.15pm Dec 3 - 17 Monique (3 weeks £34)

The Saturday class will be ongoing as a drop-in class until Dec 20

Class passes available for 6 classes £66 valid for 2 months

Single class £13

BEGINNERS COURSES JANUARY 2015 CLICK HERE TO BOOK

Beginners Level 1

For those with little or no experience of yoga

 

Tuesday 7.30-8.30pm Jan 6 - Feb 10 Samantha

Monday 7.30-8.30pm Jan 12 - Feb 16 Karen

Wednesday 6.15-7.15pmJan 21 - Feb 25 Monique

Wednesday 7.30-8.30pm Jan 21 - Feb 25 Monique

 

Courses are for 6 weeks and cost £66 unless otherwise indicated. The class is held at the same time each week and the date is the start date for each course. Course fees are non-transferable and non-refundable once the course has begun. Prior to this course fees can be refunded less 20% admin fee if notice is given at least 72 hours before the course starts.

The Saturday class will be ongoing as a drop-in class from January 24

Class passes available for 6 classes £66 valid for 2 months

Single class £13

Beginners Level 2

For those who have completed at least 2 Level 1 courses

Wednesday 7.30-8.30pm Nov 26- Dec 17 Monique (4 weeks £44)

INTRODUCTION TO CHAYA YODDHA SANCALANAM

This course will introduce the second Shadow Yoga prelude, Chaya Yoddha Sancalanam, the Churning of the Shadow Warrior. It is suitable for those with expererience of the first prelude, the Balakrama and uddiyana bandha.

Monday 7.30-8.30pm Nov 3 - Dec 15 Karen (7 weeks £74)

TANREN CLASSES WITH JOHN EVANS VIEW COURSE DATES/BOOK

The Japanese word tanren refers to conditioning systems that prepare the body for martial arts. Tanren means forging, as this way of training cultivates soft and firm qualities to develop a fluid strength. The Kurikara Kata (Dragon form) integrates breathing with spiralling movements, wielding short steel rods in increasingly deep stances. This form is part of the training syllabus of the Fudokan Sword school but can also be practiced independently for its physical and mental benefits.

INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION

Students with injuries or specific conditions that require individual attention are advised to contact Karen Watson on

0208 533 5553 or email info@islingtonyoga.com.