FREE chance to try out 10 week Yoga Course - 21st January.

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By Harmony Yoga Ltd at 19:27 on 24/07/12

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10 week course; Introduction to Vinyasa Krama Yoga. 1 session per week (except 1st April).

Starts Monday 28th January 2013,

FREE presentation and practice session Monday 21st January 2013, 7pm – 8:45pm

Wells Museum, Cathedral Green, Wells. BA5 2UE

Suitable for:

Complete beginners in Yoga

Those with some Yoga experience who enjoy the structure that a course offers.

Those with experience (even extensive) of other Yoga systems, who'd like to experience the VKY approach.

Yoga is a holistic practice that nourishes every level of your being, contributing to your overall wellbeing. Increased flexibility, core stability, tone and stamina, enhanced vitality, stress reduction and a calm and clear mental disposition are some of the benefits.*

This unique course will give you a complete overview of the Vinyasa Krama Yoga system, a classical, authentic approach derived from the teachings of the Indian Yoga Master Sri Krishnamacharya. You will learn to master the essential parameters and sequences, including posture modifications appropriate to your individual needs.

Cost: £75, including full course notes and workbook.

"The sequences were effective and enjoyable. The course content was very informative and we covered a good selection of postures. Good pace. There wasn't anything I didn't enjoy." Marilyn

"I enjoyed the detailed explanation of the system and the demonstrations. Very clear – also good fun!" John

Your tutor: Helen Micklem.

Class dates (all Mondays): January 28th; February 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th; March 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th. April 8th.

For further details and to book:, 01749 677470

*Structural Yoga Therapy, Mukunda Stiles, University of California, 2002

Date: Monday, January 07, 2013

Repeats: Every Week until Tuesday, January 29, 2013

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