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Sunday Evening Yoga

Tutor: Jude Bow & Kay Sharp
Location: Evolution Arts, 2 Sillwood Terrace, Brighton & Hove BN1 2LR
Next start dates:  Sunday 17 September 2017
                              Sunday 05 November 2017

Wind down from the weekend with a relaxing, meditative yoga practice. This gentle but effective style of hatha yoga focuses on releasing tension and finding ease in the body and mind.

  • This course integrates asanas (postures), movement, breath awareness and quiet sitting with a focus on letting go of unhelpful tension and moving efficiently with minimum effort.  
  • Discover how this embodied practice can help reduce stress and anxiety, enhancing your sense of wellbeing.
  • All levels of yoga experience welcome.

What does this course cover?

In this course you will experience an accessible approach to yoga that helps you to feel quieter in your mind by becoming more at ease in your body.

We use yoga postures, breathing and sound to release tension and move away from discomfort.  We learn to inhabit our bodies with greater freedom and choice by paying attention to gravity, our supportive skeleton and our nervous system, nurturing a felt sense of ourselves in movement and in stillness.

The course will enhance your capacity to move with ease on and off the yoga mat.


About the tutors

Jude and Kay trained together on the London Yoga Teacher Training Course, co-directed by Cara Bowen, Lisa McRory and Anne-Marie Zulkahari. The course is accredited by the British Wheel of Yoga and is influenced by Vanda Scaravelli and Mary Stewart, who both emphasised the relationship between gravity, breath and the spine.

Jude has practised yoga for more than 20 years and her tutors include Lisa McRory, Peter Blackaby and Cara Bowen.  She is also influenced by her many years of Pilates matwork. Her teaching is creative and non-dogmatic.

Kay has practised yoga since her teens, and has worked with many different teachers and styles of yoga. Peter Blackaby has been her main teacher in recent years. Her teaching aims to make yoga accessible and beneficial for everybody (and every body).