Throughout the year, Geoff runs one to one classes, small group classes and a series of yoga workshops. He also leads a sangha on 'Yoga Sutra' and 'Vedic Chanting'.
One to one sessions
One to one sessions are specifically designed for the individual
taking into account their needs, they emphasizes the importance of correct breathing and the use of the breath with movement in postures.
This encourages in the student an awareness of the relationship between the body the breath and the mind.
Individual lessons also recognize the value of yoga as a therapy to treat specific health problems.
Yoga days are held throughout the year on a variety of yoga themes such as: 'Yoga and Prana', 'Yoga and Meditation', 'Yoga and Ayurveda' and 'The Principles of Yoga Practice.
The day generally consists of three practices, which include asanas (body postures), pranayama ( seated breathing) and meditation linked to the ideas presented on the day.
These days take place every three months and run on Sundays from 10.00 till 4.30. A healthy vegetarian lunch is included.
Small group classes are run over 5 week periods, these begin with an introduction to the approach in October with the intention to build on the practice over the year. Classes are open to all, with the asanas being
modified according to the ability of the individual.
Sangha sessions are open to all and there is no charge.These provide the opportunity to develop ones ability to chant both the yoga sutra and vedic chants. There is a break with refreshments in the middle of the session.