The British Wheel of Yoga is the largest yoga membership organisation in the UK. It is committed to promoting a greater understanding of yoga and its safe practice through experience, education, study and training.
On Wednesday, 30 April, the new term began for the beginner and intermediate yoga classes that I run at the City of London Community Education Centre. I have been teaching in this context since September 2000. Over the last 5 years, these courses have been managed by Hackney Community College. If you would like to enhance your health and well-being and live or work close to or in the city, there are still a few places in the classes and you are welcome to join. if you are interested, call 020 7332 3918 or 020 7608 2753 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
These classes are a fantastic opportunity to learn about yoga with an emphasis on bringing mindfulness to the practice to develop awareness, balance, flexibility and strength. As a British Wheel of Yoga qualified teacher, I have experience and training in adapting the yoga practices to suit a broad range of age and ability.
Since 1999, Dr Bernadette Carelse has been teaching yoga for the City of London Community Education Centre.
This term, I have been running two Yoga classes, one for Beginners and the other, Improvers. It has been a real joy and reward to have these classes, as it gives an opportunity to focus on adapting the practices in more detail to meet the needs of those attending. There will be a chance to enrol on the Summer class towards the end of the month. If you have little or no experience of yoga or have had some health concerns and need a gentle and supportive way to get back strength and mobility and would like more information about the Beginner’s class, please get in touch. Warmly, Bernadette