Saturdays 11th June – 2nd July 2022

1.30pm – 3pm

Cost £75 per person

This 4 week course is available in the Anahata Studio and introduces new starters and those wishing to connect afresh to their yoga practice.



Please note this course requires you to be able to get up and down from the floor unaided.

image of a gong in Anahata Yoga Centre
image of a gong in Anahata Yoga Centre
image of a gong in Anahata Yoga Centre

What Happens During the Course?

The course is a mixture of discussion, practice, and reflection. You will have the opportunity to take part in the practices, and be invited to enter into discussions and ask lots of questions about yoga.


  • What is Yoga?
  • What to Expect from a Class? 
  • Yoga postures, safe alignment and benefits
  • What is Mantra?
  • What is Meditation?
  • Props
  • Adjustment
  • Styles of yoga
  • Brief history of Yoga
  • What are Hand Mudras?


You are invited to join in with the following practices, or observe, choosing what feels right for you.

  • Breath (Pranayama)
  • Meditation 
  • Physical Practice/Postures
  • Chanting (Mantra)
  • Hand Gestures (Mudra)

You will finish up by being introduced to the various forms of yoga that we offer at Anahata Yoga Centre. In discussion with Siouxzy, this will help you choose which classes to try after the course comes to an end, and how you can continue with yoga in a way that is right for you.


Yoga has always been a part of Siouxzy’s life. She watched her mum practice when she was a toddler, learnt about meditation in books as a teenager, and attended her first posture based yoga class in her early 20’s.

Stressed out in a busy office job, constantly ‘on edge’, and unable to relax, she began to practically explore meditation, as a way of finding peace. This became the beginning of her yogic path and led her to discover the other disciplines of yoga, including asana (postures), pranayama (breathing) and the niyamas and yamas (ethics and principles).

Through pregnancy, injury, back pain and stress, yoga helped Siouxzy find the balance, strength and support she needed. Due to her own journey, she is empathetic to many conditions and illnesses and can provide modifications for those who may require them.

Siouxzy felt passionate about sharing what yoga has to offer with others and therefore decided to start a 200 hours Teacher Training Diploma at Yogacampus, London and qualified in 2021. Her approach is to help you find a safe and accessible way to practice, in a peaceful and friendly environment, where you feel looked after.


image of a gong in Anahata Yoga Centre



Please note that due to GDPR, if your MindBody account is set to opt out of Reminders and schedule changes, or you have not yet paid for the event, you will not receive confirmation of your booking.

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