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Class Timetable 2014

Monday

Drumbrae Leisure Centre

1330-1500

Craiglockhart Sports Centre

2115-2145

     
Tuesday

Gracemount

Leisure Centre

1025-1125

Napier University

Craiglockhart Campus

1300-1400

 

 

 

Wednesday

EICA Ratho

1000-1130

Drumbrae Leisure Centre

1800-1930

 

 

 
Thursday

Napier University

Sighthill Campus

0730-0830

EICA Ratho

1815-1945

 

 

 
Friday          
Saturday

Colinton

1000-1115

       
Sunday

EICA Ratho

1100-1230

 

 

   
Edinburgh Napier University www.engagefitness.co.uk
Edinburgh International Climbing Arena (EICA), Ratho www.edinburghleisure.co.uk
Gracemount Leisure Centre 22 Gracemount Drive, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH16 6RN www.edinburghleisure.co.uk
Drumbrae Leisure Centre 30 Drum Brae Terrace Edinburgh, Midlothian EH4 7SF www.edinburghleisure.co.uk
Craiglockhart Sports Centre 177 Colinton Rd, Edinburgh EH14 1BZ
Colinton (contact Ari'om' for details)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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Classes

The majority of classes are general with a number of students racticing together with modifications, where required. That is the joy of yoga. We can work together whilst still maintaining our personal practice. Yoga can be as strong or as gentle as you decide it should be. All classes are structured to be progressive

 

One-to-one

Individual tuition is available by appointment.

 

 
 
 
 
Class Fees
How to book
 
 

General classes drop-in fee - £10

 

Private tuition (one-to-one) can be arranged by

appointment - £35 per hour

 

Lesson plans will be tailor-made to address

specific needs.

You can book by filling in the form on the CONTACT page.

 

 

 

 
 
Events

 

 
 

The Eight-Limbs of Yoga (fee £25)

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The Eight-Limbs of Yoga (Patanjali's Yoga Sutra) Patanjali's eight-fold path offers guidelines for a meaningful and purposeful life.

 

This art of right living was perfected and practiced thousands of years ago and the foundations of yoga philosophy were written down in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, approximately 200 AD. This sacred text describes the inner workings of the mind and provides an eight-step blueprint for controlling its restlessness

so as to enjoy lasting peace.

 

Yogah cittavritti nirodhah- "the stilling of the mind".

 

Vajra - Represents firmness of spirit and spiritual power (fee £25)

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Sanskrit Vajra means both Thunderbolt (irresistible force) and Diamond (symbolic nature of a diamond).
There are times when we think we can deal with whatever comes our way.
There are times when we doubt ourselves, feel insecure or not capable.
When we take a closer look we notice how important inner strength is to our self-confidence.
We can build inner strength with physical exercise (asana), breathing (pranayama) and mudras.

 

Welcome to South West , France, Gemozac

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This is so much more than a holiday it's time to invest in yourself. Here is an opportunity to come to complete rest, to reflect and to feel completely at ease with yourself and your surroundings, staying in a delightful converted Charentaise barn (with heated pool). Places are limited, early booking is recommended.

   
 
 
 
Yoga For Golfers
  • Yoga is a holistic practice encompassing the body (asana practice/postures) and the mind (creating positive/confident attitude).
  • Pranayama works with the breath (quietening the mind and allowing it to stay in the present) – “how many times have we talked ourselves out of that perfect round of golf with the mind racing ahead”
  • Yoga creates balance – the stronger you are the lighter you will feel / the more flexible you are the less prone to injury you will be.
  • “Release tension by learning the technique of relaxing before we address the golf ball creates space and increases the range of movement”
  • The Art of Visualisation – “seeing and achieving”
 
         
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