Anyone in Stafford wanting to develop body awareness and increase their strength and mind is being offered the opportunity to attend a new yoga class by a local yoga teacher.
Starting in September, Stafford yoga teacher, Sue Tupling, is running a 8 week course, open to beginners regardless of age, fitness, ability or experience. The class is aimed at those interested in improving their emotional and physical fitness.
Sue also aims to bring in her knowledge of Satyananda yoga, indian yoga based on the teachings of Swami Sivananda and Swami Satyananda, as it draws on powerful and ancient wisdom of tantra. It is an integral form of yoga, based on mindfulness, covering a wide range of techniques, from cleansing practices through postures, breathing and relaxation to meditation.
Sue said: “I have been teaching for the past 12 years and I am delighted to introduce this form of yoga in Staffordshire. Satyananda yoga is very different in that it is so inclusive and systematic it is ideal for beginners.
“People attending will feel the benefits of relaxation immediately, it is an ideal way to embark more deeply on the inner journey to self, connect with one’s deeper wisdom, and prepare the mind for meditation.”
The classes are open to anyone over the age of 18 and will run every Tuesday for 8 weeks starting on September 6th from 6:30pm – 8:00pm at St Anne’s Church Hall, Lynton Avenue, Weeping Cross, Stafford, ST17 0EA
Those interested are welcome to come along to try the class for one or two sessions to see if it suits them at £7.50 or £60 for the full course, paid in advance.
If you would like to get involved or find out any more information about the class please contact Sue Tupling on 07411178380 or visit the website www.embodiedliving.co.uk for more details.