Who could benefit from this course?
Anyone who wants to get their juices flowing on a Sunday morning.
All levels of experience are welcome to this class, including complete beginners. Modifications will be given.
How does it work?
Begin your Sunday beautifully with this Vinyasa yoga flow. Linking breath to movement, we will connect to our bodies, wake up our muscles and calm our minds. We will move through different asanas (postures), sun salutations (flowing sequence of asanas) and pranayama (breathing exercises) that will get your energy flowing and help build a healthy body and soul.
Mats will be provided but feel free to bring your own. Please also bring a bottle of water.
Follow the link below to book your spot on the mat for free, and then please make a donation in cash to the tutor (£5 suggested minimum).
Before your session you will need to sign in at reception and pay the tutor directly in cash.
Please make sure to notify the tutor if you are pregnant or have any injuries or conditions we should be aware of.
What do you gain?
This is a nourishing flow practice to cultivate strength and flexibility in the body.
Dates, Times & Cost
Sunday mornings beginning 11th February - March 25th (excluding 18th Feb and 11th March).
Session runs from 10:30 - 11:45am
(You are welcome to enter the studio from 10.15am to set up your space.)
£5 donation suggested per session
Class will be held in Studio 1.
While training in physical theatre, Olivia used yoga as a way to calm her mind and develop a deeper connection to her body.
In 2016, she did her first yoga training with Yogvit Yogshala in Rishikesh, India. She has since completed further training with popular London studio Frame, under the guidance of senior teachers Emily-Clare Hill and Michael James Wong. Olivia is interested in cultivating a curious and creative relationship with the body through movement and believes that yoga practice can help us get to know ourselves better, helping us live with greater awareness, appreciation and good health.
Please note: This class is being supported, but not run, by The Cockpit.