Namas Yoga Workshops

Hi everyone,

Hope you are well. Some of you may have read on Facebook that I'm hosting 3 Yoga Workshops this Spring!

Workshops give you the opportunity to delve deeper in to specific postures and parts of your practice. It gives you quality time to progress, do something a little different from regular classes, expand your knowledge and ask questions.

Here's what we are working on this year:


For ALL details c l i c k h e r e
It would be great to see you there!

If you are interested in attending both the Partner Yoga Workshop AND Inversion Workshop, it is a at discounted fee of £50.

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Hope you all had a great weekend and see you next week in class
Kind regards

Nam Lowen
owner/creator, Namas Yoga
07947 310147

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