Full fee: £22.50 | Over 65s: £20.25 | Benefit: £18.00
Tutor: Claire - Louise Symonds
This is an online workshop Please check material lists section below for extra details. Scaravelli Yoga was founded by Vanda Scaravelli. It is a form of yoga that works with lightness of touch and the breath. So, in this workshop we will explore the principles of Scaravelli Yoga including exploring our breath, how to be with it, follow it and allow it to lead us into movement. Using the breath in this wave like way, we will explore gentle yoga postures that grow out of the breath. From connecting with the breath in this way, the movement of the body flows more effortlessly, like a dance. This workshop is suitable for people of all ages and abilities, including beginners. Come and have fun exploring the connection between breath and movement. The tutor will email you an electronic link to your class in advance of the class. This will be sent to you separately to the booking confirmation.
Please bring a yoga/camping mat, cushion and blanket. You may like to bring a water bottle. You will receive an email directly from the tutor with a link to attend the meeting ahead of your class. Please ensure you book with your current email address. As this is online please ensure you have internet connection and Zoom uploaded on either a computer or tablet.
Please note: All 10, and 12 week courses have a half term break in the middle. For term dates please visit our ‘Contact us’ page. We are not open on bank holiday Monday’s and any class that falls on these days will be made up at the end of term.
Please see full terms and conditions for more information.
If a course has already started please call the office as it may be possible to join after the start date. This may only be possible if the course is not already full, if it is not disruptive for the other students and you are aware that you have missed a percentage of the course and the tutor will not have time to catch you up. This will be at discretion of the Folk House. We run our courses termly, so it might be best to start at the beginning of the course.