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Online interactive classes for All Shapes taught in conjunction with Yogaia

Wednesdays Align & Flow 8:30pm (GMT)

The best bit about it is if you miss the class you can watch it for up to a week afterwards on catch-up

 

You Tube Taster session for curvy bodies

COMING UP in 2018 – Yoga for ALL Bodies @ the new Triyoga Ealing studios opening November/December 2017 – WATCH THIS SPACE

Click HERE for the events page for up and coming workshops

I am so passionate about delivering the message that YOGA IS FOR EVERYONE 

I can honestly say that I have truly found myself through a dedicated practice of yoga (and this is a never-ending journey of self-discovery), and whilst there are claims that yoga can help with weight loss, that should not be the main driver in starting your practice.

To read my Curvy Yoga story – follow this link to read my blog

Inspired by the following blog, ‘Yoga Body the Conspiracy’ written by Danielle Prohom Olson

“The taut and toned ‘yoga body’ on display in the media marketplace is a lie. It is NOT obtained from a regular yoga routine (as many would have you believe) – no , its obtained at the price of constant work, a Herculean effort to burn calories, and a saintly denial of carbs…..But what no one seems to mention, is the glaringly obvious fact (at least to me) that this is NOT what a body that regularly practices yoga looks like – and I’ve been practicing yoga for 15 years”

I feel that it is important to draw attention back to the true benefits of yoga as a development practice. It may seem like a cliché but, yoga is about the process of moving into postures, working with your body the way it is, that alone maintains the honesty and integrity of the posture. Not comparing yourself to the person next to you. We all have our own yoga practice, as that is what it is, practice NOT perfection. I will never be able to do the lotus, something I will always attempt every time I am in a yoga class and the teacher says “if you can do the lotus….”, never something that I attain, but I try and then adapt to a cross-legged position that my thighs can work with whilst I silently envy those who can! Likewise, there are some postures that I can do that my lotus limber friends are not able to do, not boasting, it is just a fact, just as the fact that I can not do (and most likely will never be able to do) the lotus.

All of my classes are taught in a way to provide variations and adjustments for men and women of all shapes, sizes and abilities.

Most of all, never see yoga as only being for flexible people…..to quote an article I saw recently;

Saying you are not flexible enough for yoga is like saying I’m too dirty to take a bath!”

 

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