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These are mixed ability classes and are restricted to 12 pupils.
For more information, private classes, Pilates and training, please go to my website www.pilatesyoga.com
Yoga classes focus on shedding tension from the body using gravity, a calm mind and breath. The approach to simple and more complex postures relies on the body’s natural intelligence, its elasticity and fluidity.
Creativity and transformation are key.
Tutors on the course included Giovanni Felicioni, with whom I continue to study, Peter Blackaby, Neville Cregan, Catherine James, Belinda Shattock and Lisa McRory.
Current influences are Chloe Fremantle, Giovanni Felicioni and the work of Hubert Godard.
My aim is to adapt the yoga to the individual rather than the other way round so that we can learn to inhabit our bodies more intelligently.
I teach both beginners and more advanced students in small groups and also offer one to one sessions.
From 1982-2002 Chloe then learnt with Mary Stewart in London, (whose Yoga was influenced by Iyengar and Vanda Scaravelli).
Mary has remained her key yoga influence.
Chloe trained to teach Yoga from 1990-1991 in London with Mary Stewart, Sophy Hoare and John Stirk.
She began teaching under Mary's guidance in 1987, and from 1988-2002 they taught many workshops and courses together. She also assisted Mary with several YTTC's.
Chloe founded the London Yoga Teacher Training Group in 2002 and has directed their Yoga Teacher training courses ever since. She is now retiring v=from actively direction them( 2015) but will remain on the Groups steering committee.
I then looked for a teacher and found Diana Clifton, an Iyengar trained teacher, who lived nearby. I continued with weekly classes for a while and decided, about 25 years ago, to become a yoga teacher myself.