Yoga with Loreta Yoga Teacher for Richmond, Canary Wharf and Docklands

Classes . KlaseCobra

5.00-5.45pm Vinyasa Flow at the the Light Centre Monument, all levels, drop-in £13

6.00-7.00pm Hatha Flow at the University of Sunderland in London South Quay, all levels, £10
(Cancelled until September.)

7.45-8.45pm Yin Yoga at the Light Centre Monument, all levels, drop-in £13

Classes . IslandGrdSavasana2

10.00-11.15am Vinyasa Flow at St John's Community Centre Crossharbour, all levels, beginners friendly. £10
Some mats are available.
In summer we practise in the Island Gardens when weather allows. (From the Island Gardens DLR station go straight towards the river then through the gates to the park and turn left.) The class fee is £8. No need to pre-book, feel free just to turn up. Please bring your own mat. If you don’t have a mat let me know and I will have a spare one for you.

Log in on Facebook to check the night before or in the morning if the class is on in case of rain. If weather is bad the class is still on but in the St John's Community Centre Crossharbour. You will find a message on Facebook.

All classes are drop-in. No need to pre-book. If you prefer paying online, please go to Contact page
Class Packages for Wednesday and Saturday classes
6 classes - £55 to be used in 2 months
10 classes - £85 to be used in 3 months Email me if you have any questions.

Description of the Classes

Hatha Flow. The classes are based on the classical Hatha Yoga postures being linked together by the breath. Meditation and Pranayama (breathing techniques) might be included. You will get the benefits of strength, stamina, flexibility and relaxation. All ages and experience welcome.

Vinyasa Flow. Similar to Hatha Flow but more dynamic. Starts with a standing sequence, moving in and out of the posture with the breath, following by some mat work and finishes up with the guided relaxation. The same benefits as Hatha Flow but feels more like workout. All ages and experience welcome.

Yin Yoga. Mostly seated and lying poses are being held for 2-7 minutes allowing to open your body through passive stretching. This slow meditative practise gently stretches the deeper muscles, joints and fascia and helps to quiet the mind. At the deeper level Yin Yoga nourishes and gently stimulates meridians - energy channels in the body ( nadis in Indian system). They are related to particular organs and emotional states. This style is especially suitable for people who want a relaxing, healing class.

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