Mindful Yoga

Mindful Yoga

Thu Jun 1st 2023 5:30pm - 7:30pm
in person
booking not required
by donation
Bodywork Yoga

5:30pm – 6:30pm – Thursdays

Claire-Louise

My name is Claire-Louise and I have been teaching Scaravelli inspired hatha yoga classes in Bristol since 2006. 

I see yoga as more of an art form than a form of exercise. If we can engage our curiosity whilst moving with the breath, then yoga  is like experimenting with the melody, tone, volume and pitch of the body. 

In this way our practice can become more like a meditative dance where the breath, body, and mind are interconnected and we become more in tune with ourselves, each other, and the world around us.

Through exploring our bodies in this way, we can truly know ourselves and connect with the world in a more authentic, peaceful and joyful way. 

The body can begin to heal itself from pain and disease that results from continued stress and strain.​ 

We can become truly in tune with ourselves.

Keep an eye on our What’s On page for updates on each class.


About Claire-Louise:

I have been practising yoga since 2000, initially studying with an Iyengar teacher.  In 2005, I discovered the hatha yoga style taught by the Inner Yoga Trust (Scaravelli inspired approach) and I trained with them as a yoga teacher and then yoga therapist so now practice both Mindful Yoga and Restorative Yoga


Cost:
This class has no set charge. Instead we ask for your donations to help keep our class and Centre running. We have guidelines for donations of between £7 (unwaged) and £14 (waged) per class. It is based on your own felt sense of what you can afford. This allows everyone to access our classes, and promotes an alternative model and attitude towards money. We rely upon your generosity to be here and appreciate all that you give.

Bristol Buddhist Centre, 162 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8NT

info@bristol-buddhist-centre.org

Triratna Buddhist Community in Bristol is a Registered Charity in England (900165).

Click here for Privacy Policy

Our Safeguarding Policies

copyright © 2023 Bristol Buddhist Centre

Our aim is to inspire a culture of generosity in the way we share Buddhist teachings. Therefore all our meditation and Buddhism activities are offered on a generosity basis – what you contribute is left to your generosity. You don't have to give anything if you don't want to or can't afford to, but we hope you'll be able to contribute appropriately so more people can benefit. To learn more see donate