Yoga for injury prevention

Yoga for injury prevention

On Saturday, the 18th of March 2023 I am teaching my first workshop at a lovely new venue in Hove on western Road.

the workshop theme is ‘’yoga for injury prevention’’.

You may know six restaurant and WolfFox coffee shop next door. Well, if you go inside the restaurant and up the stairs to the first floor there is a small lovely yoga studio “Upstairs@six”.

it is a  fully equipped venue, so you don’t need to bring anything with you -unless you want to.

There are currently four spaces left for the workshop that starts at 4:15 pm and runs for two hours.

I have decided to concentrate on yoga for injury prevention as it will be especially good for the many runners, joggers & cyclists around Brighton!

I am planning this workshop to be suitable for beginners too with loads of great ways to release tension from tight muscles. So if you would like an introduction to Iyengar yoga, this would be perfect for you too.

I am planning to be teaching yoga in Brighton and Hove more regularly in the future, including private one-to-one, yoga classes.

If you have any health or medical issues you are concerned about you can email me in advance on [email protected] to find out whether this workshop will be suitable for you.

I have been teaching Iyengar Yoga since 1998 and I am a level three teacher.  I have a down to earth, light hearted teaching style that I feel helps my students to learn yoga rather than just “doing it”.

If you would like to book one of the last four spaces, you can do this on my website yoga classes page using the PayPal button (£25) or you can contact me for direct bank payment details if you prefer.

You can pay and display park, but central hove roads are busy (as you may know) however the venue is a 20 minute walk (approx), from either Hove station or Brighton stations.

If you are driving however you could also consider parking on new Church Road for free between 12 and 7 pm.  This will give you time when the workshop finishes at 6:15 to pack up and have a leisurely walk back or jump on a bus for the one mile journey.