My eight week courses begin again next week, but with many styles of yoga, so many people teaching yoga everywhere, how do you choose your teacher, style, venue? Many young people question why we should go in person at all these days - surely YouTube can offer you someone of merit, surely the number of likes, 👍 and interactive comments can assure you of a quality, safe experience? To be fair there is no simple answer to these questions. Yoga became an industry and we find ourselves at a time with many options, strap-lines, unique selling points. I am only glad I don't have to choose. I just want to teach and I love to teach, I have taught nearly all my working life and I want to be an excellent teacher for you all, a teacher of hatha yoga and to share my understandings of the benefits of this incredible, healing, empowering and restorative practice. I am lucky to teach in warm, pleasant venues with convenient parking. I am very blessed to be part of a lovely group of inspirational, kind and warm people who share my love of yoga.
You can still find us in Ryde on a Tuesday evening and there is an ever growing schedule of classes now in Nettlestone during the rest of the week. To find my schedule CLICK HERE.
I have spaces on my hatha yoga classes on a Tuesday and Wednesday morning for improvers and beginners and there is some limited availability on a Tuesday evening & just one space available on a Thursday evening in both classes.
My Ashtanga Yoga schedule is varied and whilst a mother can never have a favourite child I do enjoy teaching my Mysore class on a Monday morning from 06:30 - 09:00 hrs as it allows me to offer real one to one attention with practitioners. If you have a serious, regular ashtanga practice then this is the class where you will receive the most personal guidance.
The Saturday Brunch Classes are a humble way of breaking bread with folk and nice collaboration with other experienced, respected teachers where we explore all styles and approaches. The next one is on the 4th May, with Della Lubeck exploring the Sivananda style of yoga. There is just one space left.
The Island Community Yoga is a morning opportunity to come unroll your mat and do your SELF practice alongside like-minded folk - oh, and it's free.
I will be sending out a further email at the end of this week regarding my Autumn and Winter retreats and bookings will open then.
Looking forward to meeting on the mat soon. With love, Emma