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Yoga at Home: Inspiration for self-practice
Teacher: Mia Sung Kjaergaard
Time: 6.30pm to 7.45pm
Do you enjoy coming to yoga classes in the studio, and would you like to start practice yoga at home? Or do you already have an established self-practice, and could use a fresh perspective and inspiration?
This course gives you suggestions for how to start or sustain your yoga self-practice. A down to earth approach starting from where you are and the abilities you already have.
Postures and flow I Departing from a simple structure of postures and breath, you will be guided towards intuitive knowledge of your body and postures. We establish self-practice inspired by a somatic approach to yoga; by finding freedom of movement and trust in our own experience of postures.
Practical tips how to keep fitting yoga into your busy London schedule. Suggestions for how to use videos, music, podcasts and silence for your practice.
Postures and flow II: As a progression, we move from a simple flow of postures into elements of improvisation. Ideas for how to continue doing yoga postures and sequences at home guided by body awareness and creativity.
Props and support how to use props such as belts, blocks and bolsters, and solutions to how to work with support, even if you don’t have any of these things at home.
The course will be taught in a friendly atmosphere with time for questions. The course is suitable for people who are new to yoga, and for experienced people curious to go a bit deeper: you will be inspired to approach your practice with curiosity and creativity.
Mia is Yoga Alliance certified to teach and has lived in Denmark, San Francisco and Syria. Everywhere accompanied by her yoga mat, she has taken her practice with her to mountains, busy cities and refugee camps. She is passionate about sharing yoga in a friendly and accessible way for diverse communities.
She teaches the 19.45-21.00 Hatha class on Mondays, and 19.45 – 21.00 Hatha flow class on Thursdays.