23/05/2011

June Timetable

June Timetable is updated.  I am afraid that I have to close numero6 from 24th of June to 1st of July for brushing up my teaching skill and knowledge.  Ashtanga Vinyasa workshop and teacher training in Germany is a lucky opportunity for any yoga practitioners as Manju Jois is the teacher for the week. Manju is a son of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, the founder of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga.  I cannot wait to share the experience with you in numero6 classes.

Check out the time and class then contact me at numero6info@gmail.com for booking your spot.  I'm looking forward to seeing you soon.

For those who already paid for 5 classes in advance, your expire date is extended 10 days due to this closing classes in June.  If you have any question, email me or just ask me when I  see you next time.

06/05/2011

Schedule for covering classes in May & June

numero 6 studio is my usual place to teach but I will cover some classes for Canu Yoga this month &
next. This is going to be the first evening & drop-in style classes for numero 6.  I'm thrilled!!

10th May: @ Geffrye Hall
                 18.30~20.00 Hatha Flow
              
12th May: @SPACe
                 18.30~19.30 Vinyasa
                 19.30~20.30 Hatha
              
31st May: @ Geffrye Hall
                 18.30~20.00 Hatha Flow
              
2nd June:  @SPACe
                 18.30~19.30 Vinyasa
                 19.30~20.30 Hatha

You can check the map, price, and all you need to know on Canu Yoga's page. HERE

Please come and enjoy the different location for your practice!

                 

04/05/2011

Charity event 27/April









Time passes so quickly, it is May already. I hope you all had a great long weekends!

Here I share the picture of another charity yoga event for Japan. It was held with Nao from Yoga Kibun on 27th of April.   We were a small group but our energy filled the space with warm prayer for Japan.  Thank you everyone who came. We raised £110+. This also goes to Fukushima prefecture to support people who still have no idea when they can go back to their own homes.


Nao and I are thinking to hold charity events regularly as we believe the support for Japan need to be sustainable. Next time hopefully in a sunny park followed by picnic lunch. I will keep you updated on this blog.