David Swenson brings his surreal sense of humour and accessible approach to intermediate series to students at Triyoga, London in his ‘Half and half and twice the fun’ workshop.
James Boag comes to Brighton for the first time, offering his knowledgable and passionate teachings in Indian and yoga philosophy, through a combination of storytelling, meditation and devotional singing. Not to be missed!
In her last post for Ashtanga Brighton, Hannah says au revoir to Ashtanga yoga after two trips to Mysore and 6 years of daily practice. A moving post of her own personal journey.
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Hannah looks at the ways in which her practice has surprisingly become a little less rigid following her recent trips to Mysore to study with Sharath at the KPJAYI.
Guy interviews certified teacher Hamish Hendry about the impact of being a dad on his Ashtanga practice, in the third and final instalment of our fatherhood series.