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Be part of a warm and welcoming community initiative in Twickenham. Join us for activities that support local charities whilst encouraging you to explore and enhance physical, mental, emotional and social well-being. There's an inspiring and varied programme of classes and events including yoga, meditation, pilates, mindfulness, kirtan chanting,creative expression and fundraising events.

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Monday Morning Yoga with Bea Teuten

Heart Twickenham


Monday Morning Yoga with Bea Teuten 10.30 - 11.45 am from 8th October 2018 Start your week as you'd like to continue - with awareness, presence and clarity. ​Yoga is about learning who we are , accepting how we feel and supporting us in dealing with what life brings us. These sessions are based on linking breath, mind and movement in the tradition of Krishnamacarya, often known as the ‘father of modern yoga’ . Bea is an experienced yoga teacher and yoga therapist who has trained in London and Chennai with The Krishnamacarya Yoga Mandiram. All levels welcome Investment £13 drop in or £65 for a block of 6 classes Booking recommended www.justbe-yoga.co.uk [masked]

Monday evening Hatha Yoga with Emily Hardy

Heart Twickenham


Hatha Yoga with Emily Hardy Mondays 5.15 - 6.30 pm Emily believes that the yoga mat should be a place to have fun. The individual support, clear verbal instructions, and physical adjustments in this class will help you build confidence and motivate you to deepen your practice. Classes will include physical postures, breathing and mindfulness; helping you restore and replenish. Teachings are inclusive and all are welcome, at every level of practice. Investment: £11 drop in for one class: £55 for 6 class pass Emily Hardy:[masked] E-mail: [masked] Website: emilyhardyyoga.com

Tuesday Morning Yoga with Erin Lewis & Kirsty Kothakota

Yoga with Erin Lewis and Kirsty Kothakota 9.30 - 11.00 am Yoga classes designed to ease the stresses of modern day living by practicing a flowing vinyasa sequence with breath awareness and an exploration of the mind-body connection. Themed with classical yoga teachings these classes help to bring the benefits of yoga practice to our lives off the mat for bookings and more information [masked] www.yogaforpeaceofmind.co.uk [masked]

Tuesday evening Vinyasa Yoga with Jo Ellis

Heart Twickenham

These are Vinyasa style classes which slowly build up intensity to bring positive changes to the body and mind. Focusing on alignment and breath, this class incorporates the oldest traditions of yoga: Unity and Awareness. Concentrating on these elements enhances stability, strengthening and transformation both on the mat and into our daily lives. Unity: In Sanskrit yoga means, ‘to join’. Unity of the body, mind and breath allows us to understand and accept ourselves deeper. Awareness: The art of mindfulness. Through seeing our connection to ourselves, others and outside elements, yoga allows us to develop through personal growth. The unity of the practice also encompasses our relationships with each other. Through healing ourselves we also bring light and love to the reality around us. Yoga is also a wonderful way of bringing together a community as it truly is a practice for everyone. It’s just about finding your yoga tribe. You are never too young, old, unhealthy or healthy to feel the life changing improvements of this ancient art. With a background in Transcendental Meditation and Bikram/Vinyasa Yoga, my style of teaching focuses on healing. Working the body and using alignment of it in postures to bring strength, flexibility and influence the mind into a more joyous state of being. Having a yoga practice which has spanned my whole life, I have studied this Art in England, India and Nepal with some of incredible teachers, Esak Garcia, Mary Jarvis, Sri Chinmoy and Stewart Gilchrist to name but a few. For more information contact [masked]

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