judith

I have been practicing yoga for more than fifteen years, absorbing it through many different teaching styles.

My classes are a welcoming space, accessible to all and my teaching is gentle and introspective with an emphasis on flowing sequences guided by the breath, mindfulness and the peaceful meditative resource of yoga nidra.



judith instructs the following:
  • Beginners Yoga
  • Beginners Yoga

    These lessons are for people with little or no prior experience of yoga. The class will include breath work, an introduction to the yoga postures and mindfulness practice. The aim is to get people feeling comfortable in body and mind. An opportunity to try something new in a safe environment.

    The class is suitable for all beginners 


  • Sunday Slowdown/Gentle Flow
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    The prefect way to welcome the coming week with more balance and peace. This gentle and mindful Vinyasa Flow, guided by the breath, will relax your body and quieten your mind. We will finish with an extented Yoga Nidra or guided meditation to uplift the spirit. All levels are welcome and supported.


  • Restorative Yoga

  • The prefect way to welcome the week with more balance and peace. This gentle and mindful Vinyasa Flow, guided by the breath, will relax your body and quieten your mind. We will finish with an extented Yoga Nidra or guided meditation to uplift the spirit. All levels are welcome and supported.

  • Yoga for All
  • This class is  general yoga classes. Open to complete beginners, those in the initial stages of yoga practice or those seeking a more gentle asana practice
     
    Brilliant for building strength, stability and flexibility, with a strong focus on breath.
     
    For those  who wish to practise gently and relax deeply.
     
     

  • Warm Power Friday
  • This class is a dynamic flow in a warm room linking movement with breath. It has principles of ashtanga with lots of salutations and jump backs whilst incorporating longer holds in between vinyasas. This class can be meditative but also physically challenging and awareness of the breath and bandhas (core engagement) are encouraged.