Christmas schedule

CLASSES AT HEART - TWICKENHAM WILL CLOSE FOR 3 WEEKS FOR A  CHRISTMAS BREAK  (NO CLASSES ON 21ST DECEMBER, 28TH DECEMBER OR 4TH JANUARY).

 

Ashtanga Class Schedule:  Heart - Twickenham

Thursday 10:00 - 11:00 Weekly Ashtanga classes

Classes will take place on: 30th Nov / 7th Dec  / 14th Dec / 11th Jan / 18th Jan / 25th Jan / 1st Feb

 

Yin class schedule: Dera Hall - Whitton

Sundays 18:00 - 19:00 Monthly Yin classes

Classes will take place on: 7th Jan / 4th Feb

Schedule Changes

ASHTANGA CLASSES

Weekly Ashtanga classes take place on THURSDAYS 10am-11am at Heart Twickenham,

First Floor, 67A Holly Road, TW1 4HF, Twickenham.  

(Sunday night Ashtanga classes have been cancelled)

 

YIN CLASSES

Monthly Yin Yoga classes take place on SUNDAYS 6pm to 7pm at DERA Hall,

Chertseydene Walk, Chertsey Road, TW2 7QB, Whitton, Twickenham.

 Please leave your details if you want to be kept informed of dates of classes by e-mail.

 

NAMASTE 🙏

STEPHEN

Autumn Term Starts 7th September

I hope you have had a good Summer, to make it even better I have some great news for you....

There is a new Ashtanga class starting on Thursday SEPTEMBER 7th, 10am - 11am!!!!  😁

This will be held at Heart Twickenham, First Floor, 67A Holly Road, TW1 4HF, Twickenham

 

Sunday evening classes resume on September 10th :

Yin Yoga 6pm to 7pm;  Ashtanga Yoga 7.15pm to 8.15pm

These classes will continue at DERA Hall, Chertseydene Walk, Chertsey Road, TW2 7QB, Whitton, Twickenham.

(I hear work has taken place during the Summer so I cannot wait to see the new improved venue!)

Come and join us for a class.  [£5 introductory offer if it is your first class]

NAMASTE 🙏

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Classes

Sunday 25th June (normal schedule)

Classes:       6-7pm Yin Yoga ;           7.15- 8.15pm Ashtanga Yoga

Location: Dera Hall, Chertseydene Walk, Twickenham, TW2 7QB

 

Sunday 2nd July - no classes (hall booking and my birthday!).

 

Yoga is the key to relieving long-term back pain, new study suggests

With its catalogue of headstands and one-legged contortions, it might be thought yoga was best left only to those in peak physical condition.

New research from the US, however, suggests the group of people who could most benefit from adopting the lotus position while locating their spiritual core are in fact those immobilised by pain.

Analysis of more than 1,000 men and women with long-term lower back pain found that patients who practised the ancient Indian discipline were most likely to reduce pain levels and improve their mobility.

Read the rest of the story: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/01/12/yoga-key-relieving-long-term-back-pain-new-study-suggests/