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.


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!



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.