Hello strangers…& revised class timetable from 1 October 2016 at Southport Yoga Centre

As you know I moved into Southport Yoga Centre on 9 August 2016 and the last few weeks have flown by in a whirl of yoga! This explains why I have been failing to update you with my usual blog posts. My deepest apologies dear readers.

I’m now teaching Akhanda Hatha Yoga, Restorative Yoga (Restore & Renew), Pregnancy Yoga, Postnatal Yoga (for new mums and babies) and guided Meditation classes all at Southport Yoga Centre! Someone asked me yesterday if I had a favourite class to teach and I realised that I truly do not – it’s a privilege to offer yoga and meditation to you all and to guide you through your classes at whatever stage of life, flexibility or fertility you may be at! ; )

After some thought I am tweaking my timetable slightly and will be offering more classes for you to come to. Mondays will be open from 3 October 2016 but I will no longer be teaching on Thursdays.

The revised timetable will open if you click on this link: renewed-you-yoga-class-timetable-at-southport-yoga-centre-oct-2016

As usual, all classes require pre-booking in advance via PayPal to LGYogaSouthport@gmail.com or contact me for alternative payment methods.

This week I have been teaching my students about the Autumnal Equinox as today is the perfect balance between day and night before the nights draw in. You may have noticed a chill in the air, the heat of the sun receding and the geese beginning to fly to warmer plains and you may be in mourning for the Summer days. But perhaps it will help ease you into Autumn to remember that the season’s change is an opportunity for us to reflect back, hibernate a little (with Strictly Come Dancing), and let our bodies rest in the cooling, calming light of the moon instead of the fire and energy of the sun. The change of seasons is a reminder that we too ebb and flow and need to rest as well as pursue and achieve.

Namaste xx

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Author: renewedyouyoga

Liz is a 200 hour qualified Akhanda hatha yoga teacher and prenatal yoga teacher in Southport. Liz was a practising Solicitor in London before the opportunity to travel took her to India and S E Asia for 6 months where she explored and deepened her yoga and meditation practice. She qualified with Akhanda Yoga in Rishikesh and undertook a further 85 hours of training in prenatal yoga. Yoga changed her life and she is privileged to teach students and share practical tips for finding peace in our busy lives.

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