Glow yoga Foundation workshops are for both beginners and those wanting to improve their technique. Led by Good Vibes Founder, Nahid de Belgeonne. You will benefit by attending all of the workshops, but you can also choose to drop in to a few. After these fun and inclusive 2 workshops, you can join a class with confidence.
This workshop looks at our relationship to the ground and how we can find our roots to allow our practice to flourish. We will pay attention to feet, hands and gravity! A fun and inclusive 2 hour workshop to get you grounded.
This workshop looks at shoulder and upper body alignment and will explore the common downward dog pose, which is very easy to practice in a way that cause discomfort. We will look at all poses that rely on mobility and openness in the shoulder girdle and explore breathing techniques. A fun and inclusive 2 hour workshop to get you moving with ease.
This workshops looks at mobilising the hips and exploring the warrior poses and how to transition from one pose to the other with the least resistance. After this workshop you will have a better understanding of hip and knee alignment.
This workshop explores how to enjoy going into backbends with ease and how to move from the inner body into twists. After this workshop you will fearless in your backbends and deepen in your twists.
Held at the Good Vibes Fitzrovia Studio, 11 Tottenham Street, London W1T 2AG
Nahid has a diverse background which covers fashion, technology and publishing. She discovered yoga after she left a stressful job and found a much calmer way to be. She trained with The Yoga Academy in 2010, a BWY accredited course, as well as being a registered restorative yoga teacher she trained in complete yoga nidra. She offers mindful classes and embraces an open approach to her continuing learning and teaching and is the yoga expert for Women’s Health Magazine UK and Aveda UK. Nahid teaches with humour and her daily yoga practice keeps her performing to her optimum.
*£20 to members, please pay at the desk or call up
14 February 2015