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Suitable for beginners with limited fitness and flexibility as well as experienced yogis, Yin yoga is a deep, still, mindful practice, offering the opportunity to rest in simple, accessible postures for an extended period of time (up to five minutes). This enables a meditative awareness and a long, slow extension of the body, unwinding compacted fascia and unknotting and releasing muscles.
The emphasis is on looking inwards and fostering awareness of what's happening in the whole person through the body. This is a relaxing and revitalising form of yoga, offering a chance to stretch, breathe, settle your attention in your body, and take time to focus on yourself. Wear warm layers, as your temperature is likely to drop as you move into stillness.
- Mats are provided, or you can bring your own
- Wear warm, comfortable clothing that you can move freely in
- Strictly no admittance after 18.30
- This course is for ages 18+
- This is a 5-week course between Mon 8 Jan - Mon 5 Feb.
- Our yoga courses are very popular, so we would strongly recommend booking in advance of the first class.
At the age of 16 Yoska attended her first yoga class. Since then she has practiced various yoga styles and experimented with different types of dance. It was not until she travelled to Australia in 2013 that her strong passion for yoga turned in to her life purpose.
From Australia, Yoska continued travelling to India to deepen her yoga practice in an ashram. India led her to Bali, where she did a Hatha and Yin Yoga teacher training, to then end the journey in Nepal where she expanded her knowledge of Buddhism and meditation. After three years of travelling and developing her knowledge of yoga she has chosen London as a home base. Here she has been practising and teaching regular classes. She continues her yoga studies with Anna Ashby, Joey Miles, Sarah Powers and many others.
Yoska believes in the importance of being humble in her teaching and remaining open to development. She regularly attends workshops and trainings to keep enriching and improving her yoga practice. Her goal is to inspire her students to become aware of who they truly are and feel connected to themselves. Her classes are nurturing, mindful and grounding.