Yoga Styles: Ashtanga | Ananda | Anusara | Baby | Bikram | Dru | Hatha | Integral | Iyengar | Jivamukti | Kundalini | Kids | Nidra | Partner | Post-natal | Power | Pregnancy | Satyananda | Scaravelli | Sivananda | Viniyoga | Yin | Viniyoga ™ is a more tailor-made approach to yoga. It evolved from the founding teachings of T. Krishnamacharya and his son T.K.V. Desikachar. The essential idea behind Viniyoga is that each individual is different, with their own needs, goals and present conditions. Teachings are therefore adapted to each individual so that they have their very own recipe for self-discovery.Find Viniyoga Yoga Teachers and Studios in London below:Adrienne Lewis
Adrienne came to yoga following a major back injury in 2000, and was amazed at how dramatically a regular practice transformed her recovery. This led to her deepening her knowledge of yoga through the tuition of Simon Low (co-founder of London‘s Triyoga), Sarah Powers, Seane Corne, Matthew Sweeney and Yoga Journal‘s Julie Gudmestad - before training as a yoga teacher with the prestigious Yoga Academy.
Heavily influenced by Hatha, Iyengar, Jivamukti and Yin Yoga, Adrienne‘s classes are a ...Oaktree Yoga
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Understanding that each person is unique, is integral to the way that I teach. I aim to tailor the practice to an individuals needs and incorporate posture, pranayama (breathing techniques) meditation and chanting in to the class leaving people feeling rebalanced and revived....Carl Hargreaves
The most highly recommended way to learn yoga is by regular practice with the right guidance. A highly beneficial yoga practice can be found for every individual, -whatever your fitness and health. Please consider a series of individual sessions, in which I will work out the right practice for you to do every day by yourself. I offer a free half hour consultation to discuss this, and for you to see if it is for you. Like most things, progress in yoga requires dedicated practice sustained over...Tammy Shemesh -Dynamic Yoga
Tammy’s courses explore the Dynamic Yoga training method, using Vinyasakrama - a step by step process - where students are invited to take specific actions through precise, articulate and continuous instruction.
Each course will have a specific focus, allowing student to safely, access the innate wisdom of the body and developing stirum/sukum (comfort and stability). This approach allows student to develop a nourishing self-practice without any risk of hurting yourself....
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