LET’S ALL FEEL HAPPIER AND HEALTHIER; OFF THE YOGA MAT AND ON IT.
This course is designed for folks who are either setting (an unflexible) foot on a yoga mat for the first time, or keen to get back to basics. With added flexibility (HA!). Pay for 8 classes but have 10 weeks to use them in – so if life gets in the way and you have to miss a session, you don’t waste your cash. Handy, right?! Or, if you’re not able to commit to a term of classes, pay £15 for a drop-in place.
When we’re together in class we’ll learn poses and practices so that your body and mind start to feel healthier. Then while we’re apart you’ll have access to an online community (via Facebook) to continue your learning, share your experiences, and get support from your fellow un-bendy yoga pals.
Real Life Yoga is all about finding the ways and means to help you bring a little (or a lot) of yoga into your real life, so that’s why this course is different to all the others. We won’t preach – but together we’ll practice. (And possibly go to the pub.)
Please note that you do need to bring your own mat. And sometimes it’s nice to have some water to sip. And maybe a jumper to put on for the lying-down bit at the end. And a gift for the teacher is always welcome…..*
What’s included if you sign up for the term?
- 8 hour long lessons.
- Your own virtual Real Life Yoga community, including regular posts from Meg suggesting articles to read or videos to watch, through a private Facebook group.
Still not sure? Fair enough. But I’m just gonna leave this here….
“Yoga with Meg has been fun and more. It’s shown me how by controlling my breathing, I can calm not only my mind and body but my whole frenetic life pace – and not only whilst we’re in class. I recently injured my back on a walking holiday and, determined not to keep swallowing pain killers, set about practising what Meg has taught me so patiently over the weeks. My husband, a complete sceptic, was so amazed that within just a day or so, I was able to move freely without the need for the 5 sessions of physiotherapy that he undertook last year for a similar problem. Not only did my yoga ‘reinstate’ my holiday, but it has converted my husband too! Thank you, Meg.”
Dr T Passenger
*A joke. Obviously. But I DO really like chocolate and wine. Just saying.