All classes are in London unless stated otherwise. FREE DOWNLOAD of my PRIMARY SERIES CHART here.
Face-to-face, Covid secure classes will be recommencing 6 September 2021.
Ashtanga + Mysore style self-practice
A set sequence, challenging and dynamic. Breathing combined with movements linked by vinyasa (jump backs, jump throughs). Taught as Mysore style self-practice, and led classes. Builds dynamic strength, flexibility, and stamina. Playful with lots of jumps and rhythm.
Traditional yoga shapes, sometimes flowing like a slow flow class, combined with progressive strength building and mobility focussed movement to move and feel better in your body. May include mindfulness and a short meditation. It compliments any fitness regime, helps to prevent injury, and is suitable for all levels. Ends with a guided relaxation.
Builds mindful strength, strength at end range (strong flexibility), mobility (joint health), and promotes relaxation.
A nurturing practice to help you rest and restore. Bolsters, blocks and blankets are used to support the body so that it can slow down physiologically into relaxation. This leads to a better regulated nervous system, which impacts on the mind. Surprisingly it leaves one feeling energised, as well as relaxed and refreshed. Poses are held for 10-20 minute durations. Ends with a guided relaxation.
Teaches the body to move into deep relaxation, which is the place where the body can direct energy into healing. Promotes good sleep and reduces stress.
Moving the body to increase a sense of wellbeing. Gentle stretches, mobility, some strength and balance. Playful, energising and relaxing.
Builds body awareness, balance, strength and flexibility, enhances relaxation and decreases stress.
Over the years I have taught many different types of people privately. As well as adults of all different body types (super stiff to hyper-mobile), I've taught beginners, injured, and advanced yoga teachers, as well as children of different ages, and special needs children. Classes take place at the home of the client or at my home studio. It's a great way to learn because of the focussed attention, and the scope to tailor the practise to the needs of the student and your individual goals.
Builds progression, skills, discipline.
All of my classes are Trauma Sensitive.
TSY (Trauma Sensitive Yoga) was developed out of extensive research carried out at the Trauma Centre at Justice Resource Institute, Massachusetts, More info on TSY on TCTSY or go to my therapy website:
Call or email Sarai for more info, on 07710 819 485.