ABOUT THE CLASS
These classes are suitable for beginners as well as seasoned yoga practitioners, with plenty of options for all. Each week the focus is on a different aspect of the practice, from the bio-mechanics of back bending or hip openers to subtler aspects of the practice like breath or clearing the mind. This way students learn to practice intelligently and pain free, whilst enjoying a dynamic, playful class. Through this practice, students cleanse their bodies of toxins, support their nervous and immune systems and steady the mind as well as building strength and flexibility.
I began yoga with my mum aged 16 to help me through a challenging teen period and have been enjoying my practice for over 20 years, teaching for 12 and am a Senior Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance Professionals. I qualified as an Anusara Inspired Yoga Teacher in 2005 with Bridget Woods-Kramer and learnt a lot about alignment and bio-mechanics from her. In 2009 I met John Scott, I still study with him and completed his Ashtanga Teacher Training. Over the years I have enjoyed learning from many great teachers from different asana and pranayama styles, I enjoy teaching gentle and restorative classes as well as more dynamic styles and welcome complete beginners as well as seasoned practitioners to my classes.
My Vinyasa classes have a different focus each week, from the bio-mechanics of back bending to subtler work on the breath. This way students learn to practice intelligently and pain free, gradually cleansing their bodies, supporting their nervous and immune systems and quietening the mind whilst building strength and flexibility.
Amy teaches Vinyasa Yoga classes on Thursdays from 18:00 - 19:15 with Edinburgh Yoga Community at the Beetroot Sauvage Wellness Centre.