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Online Only

Saturday - 10:30 - 11:30
Online Class / Main room
  • This will be a live online class using the Zoom video conferencing software.
  • You will receive a link to join the class in your booking confirmation email (NOT your payment receipt email. Please look for your booking confirmation email.)
  • Unless otherwise indicated in the class description, we recommend a minimum of a yoga mat plus 2 blocks, a belt and a chair.
  • If you do not have your own equipment, try alternatives such as books or folded towels for blocks, a dressing gown belt and a sturdy kitchen/dining chair that will not tip or slip.
  • It really is best to have a mat - if not, please use a wooden or lino/vinyl floor.  We do not recommend a carpeted floor.

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Online Only: 1hr Class - £32 for 4 Weeks
Clare Stephen

This class is suitable for everyone who is just starting yoga and also for students who are returning to classes after some time or if you are new to Iyengar yoga.


We will focus on learning the correct and precise action in the poses, (asanas), to help develop a good understanding and foundation for our continuing practice.


Equipment to Start



  • We recommend a minimum of a yoga mat if possible.

    It really is best to have a mat - if not, please use a wooden or lino/vinyl floor if you can.  We do not recommend a carpeted floor.


  • If you have any yoga / fitness foam blocks and/or a belt your teacher Clare will tell you when and how to use them.

    If you do not have any yoga equipment, Clare will suggest alternatives if they are needed, such as books or folded towels for blocks, a dressing gown belt or a sturdy kitchen/dining chair that will not tip or slip.


 


 


  • For equipment we recommend a minimum of a yoga mat plus 2 blocks, a belt and a chair.

  • If you do not have your own yoga equipment, try alternatives such as books or folded towels for blocks, a dressing gown belt and a sturdy kitchen/dining chair that will not tip or slip.

  • It really is best to have a mat - if not, please use a wooden or lino/vinyl floor.  We do not recommend a carpeted floor.

Professional profile

I first discovered yoga while backpacking in India aged 19 and immediately fell in love with this most profound and beautiful practice. There was a sense of familiarity. like coming home to my body and senses which felt incredibly liberating and healing.

So I signed up for my first class at the EIYC in 1981, qualified as a teacher in 1989 and have been coming here to be taught and to teach ever since. The Centre and its community feels like family after all these years and I feel a huge affection and gratitude for it’s presence in my life.

I have visited India to be taught by the Iyengars and other Senior Teachers and gained my level 3  teaching certificate in 2005. 

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