Thursday Evening Yoga with Apeksha Patel
We will be exploring a variety of postures in combination with controlled breathing, focusing on releasing pressure in areas where many of us hold tension and tightness. Over the coming months, we will look at standing postures and some easily accessible seated postures to help deepen our meditative side. We will also look at how wisdom from the Bhagavad Gita can offer practical answers to common challenges, on and off the mat.
Date: Every Thursday, Starting 1st November 2018 (if coming for the first time, please check for possible cancellations on the number below).
Time: 6.30pm – 8.00pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £8 drop in or £40 for 6 classes (please note payment is by cash only)
For more information, and to get in touch with the teacher, please contact her personally on 07723 062 105
Preparation for class:
· You can bring your own mats and blocks, although some are available for general use
· Avoid eating before the class, particularly large meals
· Wear clothes that are comfortable and easy to move in
· If you have any serious injuries or health conditions, please check with your doctor before attending class and inform the teacher in advance
Apeksha began teaching yoga in 2016, after 8 years of her own personal learning and practice. She gained an in-depth understanding of yoga philosophy and psychology, mantra meditation and pranayama practice.
Apeksha gained her qualification in Multi-style Yoga in 2015 in Goa, India and decided to teach Meditation & Mindfulness with experience from her own personal experiences and practice.
“I have learnt that this is an on-going life-long practice and discipline”
Apeksha works as a neurophsiotherapist for a charity and has been doing so since 2006, finding this an amazingly inspiring job and feels privileged and inspired to be able to offer the combination of Yoga & Physiotherapy which complement each other. Due to this “work never feels like work” for her.