On Monday the 25th of May at 3pm I will start the first class of a new Pranayama course. I plan on running the class week days at 3pm for the following few weeks on Zoom. If you want to join in these classes it is important that you join the first class on Monday.
I believe Pranayama( breath control) is an essential part of a yoga practise and is also suitable for people who do not have any yoga experience. Please email me if you would like to join or if you have any questions.
Pay what you feel pay what you can
Hi everyone if you have practiced with me before and I know you you are welcome to join the Monday night Mysore on Zoom. Message me and I will send you the link. 6pm
I’ll be trying to run the Monday night classes online for all of my students. I am very aware of how we need our yoga practice now more than ever and hope by offering you all this, it might help whilst we go through this difficult period. Anyone who I teach or have taught in the past year or so is eligible to join in.
Please email me to let me know if you are interested in joining in this class and I can send you the details.
The classes will run from 6pm – 8pm. I will not be charging for these classes.
Im very sorry to have to say that as from today Tuesday the 17th of March all classes at Ashtanga Yoga Bath will be suspended due to the advice from the government over the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
I hope everyone can use this unprecedented situation to develop a home practice if they don’t already have one as this would really support physical and mental well being during this period. If anyone would like to ask me about this please feel free to get in touch.
I may look at taking the odd class online but I will let you all know about this in good time. I hope you all stay well during this time and hope your home practice can help you, I know it will.
I wish everyone well during this difficult time I will be thinking of all of you. 🙏🙏🙏
The next Intro to Ashtanga Course will run from the 15th of April to the 6th of May on a Wednesday evening 6.00 – 7.00PM. This will be a very small group so please book your space early.
The cost is £40
Please email me if you have any questions. Sheridan@ashtangayogabath.co.uk
I am please to let you know that I am now able to offer the Mysore class on a Wednesday night in the Jack Pugh room. All spaces need to be booked in advance as I will be running this in conjunction with an Intro to Ashtanga course. The Intro course will start at 6pm and the Mysore class at 6,30pm. There will be an over lap of 30 mins. If you would prefer to come in earlier and start your practice this is ok but my priory from 6.00 – 6.30 will be with the beginners. However to make this work I will need to finish the Mysore class at 8pm. Most students only practice for 1.5 hours so this should work well.
If you have any questions about either the Mysore class or the Intro course please let me know. I am limiting the number of Intro students I take so we still have a proper Mysore class from 6.30pm
I will start the intro course in mid April but if you would like to attend the Mysore class before please message me. If there is enough students who commit I will run the class from the end of March when I get back.
On Saturday the 14th of March Hamish Henry from Ashtanga Yoga London will be running a workshop in Bristol. Hamish is the only certified Ashtanga teacher in the Uk. The Cost is £55 for the day please email Caroline@ashtangabristol.com to book
I am going to be attending so it would be lovely to see some of you there.
If anyone is interested in taking a space on the Monday night class I have one become available. Please email me to ask
The Friday class will not run in March until I return from my travels. The first class will be Friday the 20th of March.
I thought I would give you a little update on my first month in Goa India. Every day has been an absolute joy to practice in the Shala with Sharmila Desai. This is a very spiritual place and it really is the place to deepen your practice mentally as well as physically.
I have found joy in my practice every single day but this is something I think you learn when you don’t have everyday pressures you have at home. This is not a workshop but some how its much much deeper. Sharmila has an amazing presence and knows exactly what every one of around 100 students are doing at any one time. We don’t all practice together but start at different times. There are at least 50 in the Shala though and she does not have assistants. The special thing is each and every day you get what you need and learn not to expect adjustments but some how you still get them. I feel so luck to have come here and have already book my return for next year.
This is now my last week, I feel so peaceful and relaxed. I visit the Shala every afternoon as it is open for all of us until 5pm to just sit or meditate what every you want to do. I hope some of you will be lucky enough to come here at some point.
Sending some Indian sunshine to you all