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Camyoga Autumn Schedule Highlights
autumnnnsBRAND NEW CLASSES:
  • Mysore! Tuesday & Thursday mornings
  • Lunchtime Yoga Open on Mondays and Thursdays
  • Lunchtime Mindfulness drop in class Tuesdays (from sept 16th)
  • Hot Pilates (from 24/9)
  • Hot Yoga Beginners and Yoga Basics 8pm Tuesdays
  • Saturday Iyengar with Shali from 27/9
  • Midday Jivamukti from Sunday 28/9
  • Yoga Open Sundays 6pm at Shelford
  • View the full schedule here
THEY'RE BACK!:
  • Mondays 8pm Hot Yoga and Yin
  • Wed 11.30 Flow with Andrea Price at Shelford
  • Thursdays Forrest with Rosalind and Yin Yoga with Andrea K
  • Sunday Yoga Open and Flow at new times
  • Paul Fox, Andrea Price, Andrea K, Karen Stamper and Mark Stevens are now back from their Summer hols!
  • View the full schedule here
INTRODUCING OUR NEW TEACHERS...

Beth Onuha — will be taking the Monday 6.15pm Hot Power. Hailing from the US, Beth brings a wealth of experience having taught at the world famous 'Stroga' in Washington DC.

Meredith Gunderson - will be taking Yoga Open Mondays 13.00-14.00. She's recently returned from teaching and living in Bangalore. Welcome back and welcome to the Camyoga teaching team, Meredith!
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Rachael Blyth - will be taking Sunday Yoga Open at Shelford 18.00-19.15. Rachael trained with internationally renowned yogi and healer Ana Forrest, founder of Forrest Yoga, and has also studied yoga nidra with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli.
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FORTHCOMING WORKSHOPS:
Three Questions: Paul Fox

Three Questions: Paul Fox

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What is your favourite time of day to practice yoga and why?

PAUL: It should be sunrise or 6am, but I actually prefer late morning before lunch or late afternoon. Or if the sun is shining, any time of day out on the grass is a treat.What is the best amount of time to spend in a restorative posture?

When did you realise you wanted to teach yoga?

PAUL: I realised I wanted to practice yoga in 1995 when I watch my first teacher, Yogi Hari, give an asana demonstration that just blew me away. I fell into teaching by accident. I wanted to find out more about yoga and thought I’d do that by training to be a British Wheel of Yoga teacher. One thing led to another and now I have three yoga teaching qualifications, a PGCE and train people to be yoga teachers!

What would you recommend for a quick 15 minute practice?

PAUL: Sit cross-legged and centre yourself – 2 mins

General mobilisation – cat and lying twist for the spine, side stretches from extended child’s pose, downward dog for the hamstrings and to awaken bandha (core), low back-bend lifting away from the floor from lying on front to strengthen the back and open the front of the body – 5 mins

Sun salutations or earth salutations (sun salutations from kneeling) for dynamic breath and movement that will raise heart rate and blood flow – 5 mins

Sit cross-legged and do alternate nostril breathing (morning practice) or Savasana (evening practice) – 3 mins.

Thanks Paul!