Yoga

Challenging, yet safe.

Orientation: sensitivity

Compass: softness

External Dynamic: rhythmic movement

Internal Dynamic: broadening and lengthening

Authority: internal intelligence

Effect: nourishment

Result: trusting life

Value: incalculable


ONLINE Yoga Classes

These classes run LIVE three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays over ZOOM, and you can join us on either your PC/Mac or phone. Sessions start at 9:25am, and are approximately 20-90 minutes long.

If you can’t join us LIVE, you’ll be able to access the recording at your leisure.

You will also be able to access all other session recordings as long as you continue to enroll.

The investment is £24 for 4 weeks.
Payments are made by PayPal, and you don’t need to have PayPal account.

Once you enrolled, the relevant links to participate on LIVE call and access all the recordings will be emailed to you.

Private Tuition

Please contact Lea directly by filling out the form on HOME page to discuss your needs and arrange sessions.

Testimonials

I started attending Lea’s classes over a year and a half ago. At the time my experience and knowledge of yoga were limited to the stuff one can easily find on the Internet. I was not entirely sure what to expect, but among the things I suspected I would find were flexibility and calmness. A year and a half later I can confidently say that, although I have definitely benefited in that respect, flexibility and calmness are only the tip of the iceberg.

Alongside of the physical and psychological aspects of the practice, one will also find in Lea’s classes combined elements of meditation, self-healing practices and energy work. Therefore, I couldn’t recommend Lea’s classes highly enough to anyone who seeks help to retrieve the solid ground which most of us have been deprived from, by living in a society shamefully inundated by layers of unwholesome nonsense.

One can sense the integrity of Lea’s teaching, where no trace of ostentatiousness or arrogance is to be found. Lea had been practising yoga for decades, before she decided to teach it. So by the time she became a yoga teacher, she actually embodied yoga and its philosophy, so much so that it is now no easy task to distinguish between teacher and subject. Lea is what she teaches.

Lea takes a genuine interest in her students’ well-being in and out of the classes, and generously offers advice, whenever asked. She doesn’t mind even admitting that she herself can fall flat on her face, while practising yoga at home. She approaches her students with the utmost respect, which manifests in the discreet corrections she will only make during the class, to protect students from injuring themselves. To quote the words in which she closes her classes ‘… bow to our beautiful bodies, without which we would not be here today’. And don’t be surprised if you leave her class twenty minutes later than expected: Lea is generous with time, and allows the flow of practice to take its natural course.

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