Classes will resume on 3rd September 2018 for the Autumn term. For full dates and timetable please see the classes page. If you are interested in attending classes or have any questions please get in touch first via the contact page.
Have a good summer!
The “Spring” term is about to finish and here are the dates for yoga courses this summer: the first class will be week beginning 16th April and the last class will be week beginning 9th July. This is a 12 week term and there will be no classes during half-term, 28th-31st May.
If you are interested in joining a class (see timetable here) please do get in touch to see if there is space.
Have a good Easter break and let’s hope we all have a good summer rather than a “summer”.
On Saturday 13th January, 10-11am, there will be a free taster class for beginners or those who want to try Iyengar Yoga for the first time. This class will take place at the Charlbury Community Centre. Please contact Matthew to let him know you are attending or if you have any questions.
The Spring term at the Charlbury Yoga Studio will start week beginning 8th January 2018 and run for ten weeks. Please see the Classes page for the current timetable and get in touch if you have any questions.
Merry Xmas and Happy New Year to all!
Classes have now stopped for the summer and I am off to Pune, India to attend classes with the Iyengar family at the main institute there. (More information about the institute in Pune (RIMYI) can be found here.)
The Autumn term will start week beginning 4th September 2017 and run for 7 weeks. Half-term break will be 23rd-27th October and then there will be another 7 weeks finishing on 14th December. For details of the full timetable at the Charlbury Yoga Studio please go to the classes page.
Please note exciting news! – the Tuesday 7-8.30pm class will now be at the new Charlbury Community Centre with more space in a modern, purpose designed room. This class will be available as a drop-in class. Please contact me for more information.
The Summer term will get underway on Monday 24th April. Courses will run for 5 weeks until half-term (29th May-2nd June) and then resume on 5th June for 7 weeks. (Please note there will be no Monday morning class for the first half of term.) I have few spaces here and there, particularly in the Thursday morning Intermediate class, so please get in touch if you would like to join. Many thanks!
Happy New Year! The Spring courses will start on 3rd January 2017 for a 13 week term (no class 13th-17th February). You can see the timetable on the Classes page and book courses by getting in touch from the Contact page. Feel free to email me with any questions about the classes or Iyengar Yoga in general. Many thanks!
The Autumn term of classes will start on Monday 5th September 2016. If you are interested in attending classes please contact me and I will see where I can fit you in! You can see the current timetable on the classes page.
The summer term of classes will start on 11th April 2016 and will run until 14th July with no classes during half-term (30th May-2nd June). There are a total of 13 weeks of classes in the summer term and you can see the weekly timetable here.
Most classes are already booked up but please do contact me if you would like try a class and go on the waiting list.
The Spring Term 2016 will start on 4th January and will run for 11 weeks in total. There will be no class during half-term (15th-18th February).
Evening classes are filling up but there is now a new Beginners class on a Wednesday evening (6.30-7.30pm) at a bigger venue – the Green Room behind the Charlbury Memorial Hall – so there should be space in that class as well as some of my other daytime classes. Please see the classes page for the full timetable.
If you have any queries then please feel free to e-mail or call on 01608-819049.
Here are some great pictures of Mr Iyengar (with accompanying article) taken a month before he died in 2014. It also give you an idea of what the Iyengar Institute in Pune, India is like:
Copyright: Aditya Kapoor from DK books for the Iyengar Institute