Come & move on a Monday!
This class is a mixed ability class, so perfect for beginners and improvers alike.
In every class you’ll get a gorgeous all-round vinyasa flow to get you moving, breathing and feeling awesome. But I want to give you more; from our time together I want you to feel like you’ve learnt something from me. And I mean more than just how to do a sun salutation.
So, every session has theme. It may be something about your body; it may be working on a specific family of poses (like balancing ones); other times it may be a theme that will help you off the mat too (like resilience). We’ll explore body stuff, mind stuff, and the-other-stuff-you-can’t-quite-describe-but-makes-you-feel-awesome.
I’m keeping the class size small to make sure everyone gets plenty of attention and we keep the group cosy, so I’m not just saying ‘book soon’ as a cunning marketing ploy. It's a lovely room, but there isn't oodles of space and trust me you don't want to get *that* close to a stranger in a Downward Facing Dog….
Please note that you do need to bring your own yoga mat. If you want to know more please don’t hesitate to give me a ring on 07747 481688 or email Meg.
Where? U.S.L Cricket Pavilion, The Recreation Ground, Birchall Lane, Upton St Leonards, Gloucestershire, GL4 8AD
When? Our first session is on Monday 14th October and the last class will be on Monday 16th December. Please note there are no classes on 4th November and 2nd December.
Time? 6.45pm – 7.45pm
Investment? 8 X 60 minute lessons for just £60. Or, a limited number of drop-in places are available each week for £8.50.
Yeah there’s a bit of small print. But I like to keep things fair and transparent so before booking please click here to read all my terms and conditions. Don’t forge to bring your mat.
Meet your teacher
Meg is the founder of Real Life Yoga; a teacher with more than 800 hours of training under her yoga belt; a monthly columnist for the UK’s leading yoga magazine; and a firm believer that yoga is for every body. Yes - even yours. She went to her first yoga class over 15 years ago because she wanted arms like Madonna’s. Despite hating every minute of it, weirdly she was hooked. She has taught thousands of people in all kinds of places - wild music festivals, drafty village halls, massive corporations, nation-wide gyms, award-winning spas, and internationally renowned health resorts. She still doesn’t have arms like Madonna.