A six day course (10am to 4.30 pm) for experienced yoga students and teachers to develop and deepen yoga practice, inspired by the approach of Vanda Scaravelli and Mary Stewart.
We are pleased to announce we are now also able to offer places to students who are unable to book the full course – see below under ‘cost’:
‘In my opinion LYTTG courses are a cut above other trainings – well organised and professionally run in beautiful venues. Classroom notes and resources are provided to support learning and the teaching is of a very high standard.’ Alexandra
Course Programme 2019
1 June with Sarah Linsey & Bridget Thornborrow: ‘Yoga is an effortless dance of breath and gravity’. An exploration of how Vanda Scaravelli’s principles of ground, breathe and release, can bring greater depth and awareness to our yoga practice.
29 June with Monica Voss: approaching inversions with Confidence and Joy.
7 September with Lisa McRory, Sarah Linsey & Bridget Thornborrow: clarifying our sense of our midline, finding support from our skeleton and the ground beneath us to establish an easy uprightness.
5 October with Peter Blackaby: does my pelvis understand what my head is doing?
2 November with Bill Wood: experiencing the breath as a whole body experience, offering a trusted vehicle to practise quietening the mind.
30 November with: Anne-Marie Zulkhari, Sarah Linsey & Bridget Thornborrow: exploring how to integrate the fluid underlying structures of the “soft body” of organs with the “hard body” of the skeletal system in asana and pranayama practice. The day will include teaching around the embryological unfolding process which begins in the womb and continues to move and unravel throughout our lives.
We are now able to offer places to students who are unable to book the full course and can offer bookings for the whole course or five, four or three days as below:
Clerkenwellbeing, 178 Goswell Road, London EC1V 7DT
‘For me, the course was successful in encouraging an understanding of yoga as a lifetime investment in personal wellbeing.’ Charlotte
Each day runs from 10am to 4.30pm and the course is structured to allow for practical asana work in the morning followed by a themed workshop approach in the afternoon.
‘This course leads you through thoughts and ideas you may never have discovered before. It also reminds you of things you had forgotten, and gives you new takes on old ways. I highly recommend these few weekends as a window into new and old ways from different teachers perspectives.’ Jessica Bertram
For bookings and further information about this course contact:
Bridget Thornborrow: firstname.lastname@example.org, 07802 166594
Sarah Linsey: email@example.com, 07790 168863