Yoga & Qigong

Based on a practical philosophy, yoga is a system of balancing the body, mind and spirit for optimum health and fulfilment. People of all ages, shapes, sizes and levels of fitness benefit from yoga.

See the timetable here for class types and teachers and a description of the classes below.

Please note all our regular classes run only during term time. In school breaks we do run additional classes and we run workshops throughout the year. Please go to our News page for info.

 

Mondays
11:30 – 12:45QigongEva Warman£9
1:00 – 2:30Hatha YogaEmma Tomlinson£8 up front or £10 drop in
Tuesdays
3.45pm-4.30pmKids YogaKat Knecht (Jotipal)£5 per class
Wednesdays
Thursdays
1:45pm – 3:00pm Slow Yinyasa YogaRuth King£13 drop in or £90 for a book of 10 classes
Fridays
9:30 – 10:45QigongEva Warman£9

 


Kids Yoga

Teaching kids yoga is a lot of fun! Being a parent and yoga teacher, I know how important it is to teach children how to relax, how to look after their body and mind in this busy world we live. Yoga is not just about stretching the body. It is about how we can live a more happy and fulfilled life. Kids yoga helps with body awareness, coordination, confidence, improving self esteem and acceptance of self and others.
Classes are on Tuesdays 4-4.45pm.
Contact me to book on a taster session: http://thegoldenlight.co.uk/contact-me/

For class information please call Kat Knecht on 07774 553 227 jotipal@thegoldenlight.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 


Hatha Yoga

A gentle flowing style, meditative and calm with emphasis on being in tune with the body and mind. Suitable for anyone with or without experience.

Emma can also offer one to ones at £30 per session.

To book classes phone Pure Moves or Emma 01373 473 583 ektomlinson@talktalk.net



Vinyasa yoga

A relatively new form of Hatha yoga, which stems from the yoga taught by Sri T. Krishnamacharya. His students developed their own styles of which include Iyengar Yoga, Astanga Yoga and Viniyoga. Vinyasa Yoga combines elements of all these practices and weaves the body, the breath and the mind into unison. The relationship between the movement and the breath becomes one. The breath takes control and the movement is allowed to flow like a dance.
Vinyasa yoga helps bring the breath, the body and the mind into unison so that we can release our true potential and have a deeper understanding of our core identity.

For Thursday class information please call Ruth King on 07796 343 272 ruthlornaking@gmail.com (please bring your own mat if you have one, if not we have a few mats spare)



Qigong