Why Yoga?

Yoga helps us remove what we don’t need in our lives: stress, strains and fatigue goes, and in their place, energy, health and well-being fills our lives. A yoga practice can be tailored to suit our needs – energetic or gentle, physical or meditational, yoga is the solution.

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I teach about 3 workshops every year; next workshop – Saturday (2pm to 5pm), June 10, 2017.
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Recognising our survival instinct

Inside Yoga 201 (18/4/2017) None of us like feeling anxious, fearful, angry and stressed, and many of us beat ourselves up for being like this, but…

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Gary Osborn-Clarke

Gary has been teaching since 2002 and practicing yoga and Buddhist meditation since 1995 – he spent seven years in India, and other parts of the world, studying and practicing, before training to teach in 2002. He aims to make yoga and meditation accessible to everyone; he offers a teaching style that is both traditional and relevant to modern living. Gary’s yoga classes are designed for everyone: his teaching is based on the anatomical detail of Iyengar’s style, the flowing style of Ashtanga Vinyasa, the mindfulness of Buddhist meditation, plus the yoga teachings of pranayama (the art of breath control).

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Group classes

Drop-in classes, block-booked classes, staff classes – in Bristol and North Somerset. Beginners and experienced all welcome. New class coming to Clifton.

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Yoga at work

Gary brings yoga into the workplace for employees and bosses; lunch and after-work classes; ideal for reducing stress at work & improving staff well-being. Want yoga at your work?

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Private tuition

Classes just for you: too busy to get to classes, recovering from illness or injury, or want personal attention? Private lessons will solve this. Gary drives to your home/workplace with mats and equipment.

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Gary’s 3-hour sessions on Saturdays (about 8 a year) focus on themes such as breathing or the complete yoga practice. Boost your weekly practice or are you too busy in the week? Come to a workshop.

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