Hatha Yoga

I like to start the class by working through some variations of Surya Namaskar (sun salutations), which is a flow sequence to warm up the body and connect the breath with movement.
We move into some Asana practice (postures), while still having a focus on the breath. The class finishes with Savasana, and sometimes a breathing exercise.

The session is a drop-in class suitable for all, as each posture has variations depending on what works for you. Anyone is welcome, whether they are a new comer to yoga or a regular practitioner.

The practice is an internal experience, which aims to calm and quieten the mind, as well as harmonise the body and improve health. People are free to take each movement either more, or less deeply, but more importantly to take it with awareness and connection. Hopefully you will leave the class feeling centred and relaxed.

Stephanie Eastwood

I have practiced yoga since I was quite young, and started a regular practice about 8 years ago. I trained in India last year with a traditional yoga school.

Facebook: @yogawithstephanieeastwood
Email: yogawithsteph1@gmail.com
The class is run as a drop-in class, so you don’t have to book ahead. You can pay when you get there, aiming to arrive at least 10 minutes before the class start time

Day Thursday
Time 7.15pm – 8.30pm
Duration 75 min.
Venue Purple Turtle Wellbeing, Old Slipper Baths, Barrack Yard, North Road BN1 1YA
Topic Hatha Yoga
Cost Your first class is free.
After that, you can drop-in for £8,
Or bulk buy 5 classes for £35 or 10 classes for £70
email to book

Purple Turtle Wellbeing
Barrack Yard, North Road
Brighton, East Sussex