The yoga style is based on the work of Vanda Scaravelli. It is suitable for all people of all ages irrespective of physical health . The work we do is based on a paradigm shift in our understanding of anatomy and physiology, which allows us to find a true understanding of human movement.
Zoom On-line Classes available Now
Mondays 11 am – 1pm
Yoga Master Class – Going Deeper (£15)
Tuesdays 10 am to 11 am
Breath and Qi -Gong inspired Practice (£ 5 per session )
Thursdays 7-8.30 pm
Yoga evening session – (£12 )
Fridays 10 – 11.30 am
Yoga Morning Session (£12 )
Individual Sessions also available. Please contact Tanya for details.
Workshop at Greywell Village Hall
Saturday 21st March 2020
2 – 5 pm (postponed )
Finding Space’ is about exploring that sense of space within ourselves giving us an opening of our joints to be away from our bones , which in turn makes our movements feel oiled, light and free. The breath becomes easier too so we begin to feel calm and relaxed.
In this workshop we will find ways to enhance the quality of our movements , throughout the workshop they will become lighter , easier and are made with less effort. The workshop will be informative , based on scientific evidence and of course we will have a little fun as always too.
Workshops are always friendly, informal and open to all.
Cost: £25 in advance or £30 on the day. Refreshments are provided.
Retreat Day at Greywell Village Hall
Sunday 03 May 10.30 – 5 pm (Postponed)
Any questions? Contact me at Tanya@YogaWithTanya.co.uk
or call / text me :07796 895 942.
My Yoga Style
My practice has its roots with a style of yoga called Scaravelli, based on the work of Vanda Scaravelli. I am also influenced by current visionaries in the field of movement, and this mix of ideas makes for an intelligent way to look at human movement. It promotes ease in movement for everybody.
The beauty of the work is that it can help everyone: for example I currently teach people looking for recovery after hip or knee replacements to super active sports professionals looking to find more efficiency and ease in the body.
As individuals we each have unique bodies, the same as we have unique faces and so classes are centred on the individual , rather than the teacher’s expectations of what an individual should achieve. I ensure there is freedom for each person to explore their own practice and feel their own body. This makes the emphasis less about achieving a particular posture but more about the journey of getting there. Classes are suitable for everyone and in each class students are encouraged to take the movement practice at their own pace. Classes are nearly always small, usually with less than 10 people in each.
I also have a very gentle ,ex – racer, black greyhound who sometimes joins us in classes. (Sadly Rosie , my blonde hound died in Feb 2020, but she had a very happy retirement with me and was much loved by me and many of our yoga students.)