The month started with a bang.
The new counted vinyasa class was well attended and continues to provide a focus for the learning of the beautiful sequence that is the Ashtanga Primary Series. The class does (untraditionally deconstruct each section of the practice) and offers modifications for some of the more challenging asanas. It is suitable for all levels except absolute beginners. Feel free to try it when you are curious.
The Breathing Bones class broke the record for attendance with 18 people on the first Wednesday night of the month and the numbers have remained high. The good news is the billiard table is going hopefully over the Christmas break so we can spread out and enjoy the stretch and the relaxation with more room!
Kia Naddermier spread her magic over us, around us, through us on the amazing Ashtanga Yoga and Pranayama Intensive. The course was fully booked with practitioners coming from Dublin, Yorkshire, London, Bath and Glasgow and it’s environs to share and experience the joy.
photos of Kia’s weekend by Brian Hartley
Yes the dates for the next course are here! 25 – 28 May 2017. There will be an extra workshop and 2 Mysore self practices!!!
In anticipation of the numbers we will split the group into 2 for yoga so there will be smaller numbers and more attention. Please do not delay in putting the dates in your diary and letting me have an intention to attend – if only for the incredible food created by Hannah Paton! Truly delicious.
A head’s up for the last Sunday workshop of 2016:
11 December 10.30 – 12.30
Prices are going up by £1.25 per class in 2017.
This brings a block booking to £75 and £65 Arlington members/concession.
Drop in £11
£9 Arlington members/concession
Feel free to buy a class card in advance of next year and benefit from the lower price!
Thought of the month:
“Everything you want to be you already are, you’re simply on the path to discovering that.”
Alicia Keys, Singer songwriter
“You make your own luck. You make it in training.”
Simone Biles, Gold Medal Gymnast
Both among the BBC 100 Women