If you are new to Yoga and want to find out what class is right for you, please contact Cora. It is always advisable to pre-book your class as many of the classes are full. If the class is full you can then go on the waiting list to attend the class when a space arises.
It may be possible to arrange a one to one session to give you a basic introduction to yoga before joining a general class.
Contact Cora for information:
+44 (0) 1227 780488, +44 (0) 7711 830275.
+44 (0) 7711 830 275 - firstname.lastname@example.org - email@example.com
Cora came to yoga in 1974 and has been practicing it ever since! She started teaching Yoga in 1998 as a British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) teacher. She has studied with different schools of yoga including the Iyengar school of yoga and the method developed by Vanda Scaravelli. In 2007 she qualified as a Diploma Course Tutor and then set up a BWY teacher training course. Cora has also attended BWY meditation modules and practises Transcendental Meditation. She set up the Canterbury Yoga Studio in 2005 as a way to allow more people to benefit from yoga and meditation throughout Kent.
Karin van Maanen
+44 (0) 7830 377 162
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Karin completed BWY teacher training and two meditation modules for teachers in Harbledown and has been teaching since 2008. She completed an MSc in Mindfulness Studies in 2014. Her workshops and classes are focused on helping participants find increased freedom and stability in body and mind. Teaching influences include Vanda Scaravelli, Peter Blackaby and mindfulness techniques both from secular approaches (including Jon Kabat-Zin's Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction approach) and Buddhism.
+44 (0) 7989 909 261 - email@example.com
Jo completed the British Wheel of Yoga Diploma course in Harbledown in December 2013 having previously studied and performed dance for 22 years. Her passion for movement and music along with an interest in alternative therapies led her to Yoga. Jo teaches a flowing practice with emphasis on breathing, relaxation and simple meditation. She believes in exploring how yoga can help improve the alignment of the body as well as increasing strength and flexibility. She also aims to introduce a holistic approach in her teaching with an awareness of the body and mind connection.
+44 (0) 7932 761237 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo has been practising yoga since 1999 and has been teaching since 2008.
She qualified as a BWY teacher in Harbledown with a particular interest
in the philosophical underpinnings of yoga and how these can enhance physical and breathing practices as well as chanting and meditation.
Classes have a strong emphasis on the breath and its connection to movement in an effort to maintain a flow as well as its emotional impact. Jo has an interest in Ayurvedic teachings and practices and completed the BWY foundation course in Ayurveda.
+44 (0) 7896 471 107 or +44 (0) 1795 591453
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Julie started her yoga journey in the mid 1980's whilst living in Kenya. There she was introduced to Raja, Iyengar and Scaravelli type yoga. Whilst living in Uganda, she undertook a distance learning course for yoga teachers and set up an Iyengar-style yoga group. Julie returned to UK in 1999 and completed the BWY Teaching Diploma. She has been teaching yoga ever since in UK and also Papua New Guinea between 2011-2013. She has been influenced by many teachers and styles of yoga and gained the BWY Pranayama and Meditation Modules. Julie offers an eclectic, gentle, light-hearted mix of practices for all levels.
+44 (0) 7784 304843 - email@example.com
Simone Stolton is a fully qualified and insured British Wheel of Yoga teacher who has been teaching for 10 years. She is co-founder of The Kent Mindfulness Centre, a group of dedicated mindfulness teachers committed to bringing high quality mindfulness training to the general public. Mindfulness informs and directs her yoga teaching. Her aim is to facilitate awareness, attention and compassion on the yoga mat - and for students to take that skill out into everyday life. Her teaching is also inspired by Vanda Scaravelli - using gravity and the breath to help release the spine. Her yoga is more of an 'undoing' than a doing. More of a 'letting go and letting be'
Tel: +44 (0) 7917097635 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ingrid qualified as a BWY teacher in 2017, after completing the Certificate Course in Harbledown. Coming from a Holistic Massage Therapy background, Ingrid has a particular interest in both the physical and relaxation benefits which yoga can bring to the individual. Ingrid’s classes have a focus on rediscovering and promoting the whole range of movement of the spine, and are suitable for beginners through to more experienced students.
07980 467989 - email@example.com
Emma has been teaching since 2011. She has a BWY Diploma and came to yoga in 2006 following a back injury. Yoga helped her so much that she decided to retrain as yoga teacher having worked as a medical bio chemist for 22 years. She has also qualified to teach teen yoga for children aged 11 upwards. Her classes are suitable for beginners or those returning to yoga.
07817 319939 or 01304 620467
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Susan has practised yoga since she was 17 inspired by her father who had used yoga to heal a back injury. She has continued her learning ever since exploring different teachers and approaches to yoga including Iyengar and Scaravelli styles. She gained a BWY Diploma in 2013 and has been working as a self employed yoga teacher with a range of client groups. She is specializing at the studio in chair based yoga. She is convinced that yoga can alleviate many conditions which an exclusively medical approach cannot always address.
07884 148868 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Joanna trained at Canterbury Yoga and with the London Yoga Teacher Training Group, inspired by the teaching of Vanda Scaravelli (1908-1999): “Do not look at your body like a stranger, but adopt a friendly approach towards it. Watch it, listen to it, observe its needs, its requests, and even have fun.” Yoga offers many ways to improve our health and wellbeing - it is a practice that can begin wherever we are at the moment. For more information see https://yogasitandthink.wordpress.com
07790 162443 - email@example.com
Lina has been practising Yoga since 1975, gaining experience with Yoga teachers from many different traditions. She has taught Yoga to adults, children, pregnant women, and the elderly and to students with special needs such as MS. She is a BWY Foundation Course & Diploma course tutor. She also teaches private classes, retreats & monthly meditation days at a Quaker Healing Centre in Surrey. Lina teaches on many of the courses held at Canterbury yoga.