Align and Flow Yoga with Deborah

Align and Flow Yoga with Deborah

Posted by Caroline
on 01/12/2016
When:
21/04/2017 @ 11:15 am – 12:30 pm
2017-04-21T11:15:00+01:00
2017-04-21T12:30:00+01:00
Where:
Yoga for Harmony
143 Arthur Rd
Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1RU
UK
Cost:
£10 drop-in or block booking available
Contact:
Deborah Le Vene-Page
07834 971062

Drop-in £10 or block booking available:

All welcome, but not suitable for complete beginners:

Please note there will be no class 18th and 25th August and 1st September. 

Align and Flow Yoga is a form of traditional Hatha Yoga using the breath to create a continuous flow of postures which tone and strengthen the body, improve posture and leave the mind and body calm and relaxed. A typical class starts with breathing techniques to centre and ground, poses to warm up and then progresses to a fun, more challenging flow of postures with a precise alignment focus that links with the breath. Leaving time at the end for a well-deserved relaxation.

Deborah Le Vene-Page (FRYOG Dip)

Deborah originally trained as a professional dancer with the London School of Contemporary Dance. She then later evolved from dance to yoga when she discovered that yoga had an extremely calming and centring influence, particularly through difficult times. She has been practicing yoga for many years and qualified as a teacher in 2005 with Friends of Yoga International (FRYOG). She teaches with grace, warmth and a good sense of humour, drawing on her experience of different styles and practices studied with many international senior yoga teachers in London and overseas. Coming from a dance background, Deborah is particularly inspired by a more dynamic style of practice and her main influences are Hatha Vinyasa Flow Yoga, and the sophisticated alignment principles and heart orientated philosophy of Anusara Yoga. Deborah completed in March 2013 the Yoga Alliance Accredited 200 hours Anusara Teacher Training programme with Bridget Woods-Kramer. Deborah enjoys helping others to realise the benefits of yoga and aims to guide her students to find freedom, flexibility and strength in the body with a sense of peace, harmony and joy.

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