Regular public classes

All live public classes remain suspended. I am currently offering three live online classes each week – on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday. Please e-mail me for more information. I am also delighted to be offering two live online Gentle Yoga with Yoga Nidra classes for The Life Centre:

  • Wednesday 4.00 to 5.00
  • Friday 12.30 to 1.30.

These two classes can be booked via


Workshops, trainings, and holidays

Meditation Teacher Training with Graham Burns and Isabell Britsch
Thursday 16 September (6.00 to 7.30pm); weekends 25 and 26 September, 23 and 24 October, and 27 and 28 November 2021 (9.30am to 3.30pm)
This is a unique live online course, offering you the chance to train specifically to teach meditation. Covering a range of meditation traditions and approaches, it will give you the tools to develop your own voice as a meditation teacher. It is ideal for yoga teachers looking to add or deepen their ability to bring meditation into their regular classes; experienced meditation practitioners and/or yoga teachers wishing to share standalone meditation practices with others, in an individual or group setting; experienced meditation practitioners and/or yoga teachers wishing to develop their own meditation courses. Find out more and book here.

Sanskrit for Yogis: an Interactive Introduction
Thursday 23 September for 5 Thursdays – 6.00 to 7.30pm
This unique interactive small group five week course will introduce you to Sanskrit – the language of yoga – through a weekly 90 minute live online class. It will give you the skills to pronounce Sanskrit words accurately, and to recognise some basic word forms – all in the context of an interesting, less well known, yoga text. We will structure our learning around the Yoga Tārāvalī (the ‘Yoga Constellation’), a text which is not as widely known as texts like the Yoga Sūtra or the Haṭha Yoga Pradīpikā, but which is composed in reasonably accessible Sanskrit and contains some interesting – and often very poetic – teachings about yoga. No previous knowledge of Sanskrit (or of the Yoga Tārāvalī) is needed, but a basic understanding of grammatical (and yoga) concepts will be helpful. Find out more and book here.

Sanskrit for Yogis: Part 2
Thursday 4 November for 4 Thursdays – 6.00 to 7.30pm
If you have taken Sanskrit for Yogis: an Interactive Introduction or studied Sanskrit anywhere else, why not sign up to deepen your knowledge? We will explore the Sanskrit and teachings of the Īśā Upaniṣad, one of the most respected of all the Vedic Upaniṣads in a four week journey of discovery. You will be expected already to have an understanding of the basics of Sanskrit pronunciation (using Sanskrit transliterated into western script), to have some knowledge of the most common Sanskrit noun declensions, and be able to recognise third person singular and plural present tense verb forms, though these will be reviewed at the start of the course. Find out more and book here.

Dates for your diary

Watch this space for details of other upcoming events.

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