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Sasha has been practicing yoga for over 24 years and has been teaching for over 14 years. You can find her registered with the Yoga Alliance and with REPS (the Register for Exercise Professionals). She has a vibrant energy and passion for sharing her experience and knowledge with others!
"Yoga helps us to rebalance ourselves in an increasingly stressful world."
These typically start with a morning Hatha class, followed by a hearty brunch. You will have free time during the day to relax, explore, take a massage or otherwise do your own thing. There may be optional meditation sessions during the day, followed by an evening yoga session (typically Ashtanga or Vinyasa flow) and then supper. I only pick venues that provide a great level of comfort, accommodation, food... and we bring the fun!
You can have a room to yourself (for a single supplement), or if you want to
share but aren't bringing a friend, we will do our best to match you up with a
lovely yoga room-mate.
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Champneys Henlow Grange, Friday 4 - Sunday 6 May 2018 from £375
We will be back at the delightful Henlow Grange for a long weekend from 2pm Friday 4 until 4pm Sunday. Staying at the luxurious Champneys spa, with full board - including their signature healthful gourmet dining - and access to all facilities, we have a packed yoga agenda including energising Ashtanga-inspired vinyasa flow, nourishing Hatha and relaxing yoga nidra classes.
Please visit the Free Spirit website for more details or contact Free Spirit by email.
Check out my yoga photos on Instagram, see the photo gallery and testimonials from previous holidays
please note that while I'm away, some of my classes may be
covered by other instructors and some may be cancelled - please check with the individual venues
Workshops to focus on a specific theme: Saturday 24 March and Saturday 22 September 2018
The Meeting Room, The Great Hall, Cholsey Meadows view on map
Ashtanga Primary Series (am) and a themed class (pm) Workshops
The next session is 24 March: (11am-1pm) Ashtanga Primary Series talk through led class.
(2-4pm) A strong Hatha Yoga practice, details TBA. It will include pair work, pranayama, a guided meditation and a deep yoga nidra (guided relaxation).
The whole day will count as 4 CPD hours for Yoga Alliance registered teachers.
NB. The sessions are physically challenging, so are suitable for over 16’s with a regular yoga practice or yoga newbies who are already strong and fit (eg. athletes wishing to work on their flexibility, core strength and spirituality.)
Session run 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm, costing £16/£13 per session or £30/£24 for both:
Book and pay online
The Great Hall at Cholsey Meadows is located south of Oxford along the River Thames
Ferry Leisure Centre, Ferry Pool Rd, Summertown, Oxford tel. 0844 893 3222 view on map
Thursdays 10-11.30am (from £FREE for members, non-members welcome - enquire directly with Ferry for prices)
Private classes for individuals or small groups start from £40 per hour. Contact me for more details.
I also have regular classes for members only* at David Lloyd Health Club.
David Lloyd Oxford Business Park North, Cowley, Oxford tel. 0186 533 4950 view on map (*non-members may purchase a day pass for £20 - enquire directly with David Lloyd)
Ashtanga on Sunday and Thursday evenings
Vinyasa Flow on Monday evenings
I am thrilled to have been invited back to lead some sessions at a yoga festival next summer!
Find the style that's right for you:
- Ashtanga classes
are energetic, yet help to develop a sense of calm, inner peace, and wellbeing. This is a fast-moving style of yoga, linking deep, cleansing breathing with a structured sequence of postures designed to stretch you physically and mentally. You will be led through the sequence and given options to suit your level. Because of the pace, it is best for those who have reasonable fitness, or who already practice other forms of yoga. Guaranteed to make you sweat!
- Vinyasa flow classes
are a free-format variation on the Ashtanga style, linking breath and movement together. Again, you will be guided through the practice, with options to suit.
- Hatha classes
are at a more gentle pace, with static holds to strengthen and give an all over stretch. Typically I will include specific breathing (pranayama) and meditative exercises to de-stress and relax afterwards.