We are thrilled to announce the Jewish Yoga Network’s next yoga day at the exciting new JCC in London, JW3.

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Wonderful, exhilarating, liberating yoga with first-rate teachers and the opportunity to explore how Judaism can blend with and enhance the practice of both.

10AM – 11.30AM

Yoga Session Level One: a gentler class – mixed ability

Warming the body for the day of yoga, gentle floor asanas building to stronger work. Roslyn Anderson has a diploma from the British Wheel of Yoga. For the last 40 years yoga has been her passion. She teaches at many local venues.

Level Two: Yoga for the more experienced

Postures to build strength and increase vitality. Lisa Morris is an enthusiastic , energetic and careful teacher teaching Iyengar yoga to all, including beginners, over 50s, men, young and more mature. Qualified recently as Junior Intermediate 1 level via the UK Iyengar Yoga Association.

11.30AM – 12.30PM

Kavannah Yoga

Explore the fusion of Yoga techniques and Jewish meditative practice. Full rehearsal space. Rabbi Goldsmith is Rabbi at Alyth Gardens synagogue and Maxine Levy is British Wheel of Yoga and Birthlight teacher. She is passionate about teaching hatha yoga as a tool for total wellbeing and runs classes and workshops in London and abroad.

12.30PM – 1.30PM

Lunch

1.30PM – 2.15PM

Everyone Triyoga

Jonathan Sattin – Jonathan will talk about the history and founding and experiences of this amazing vibrant Centre and how this ex-lawyer got ‘into’ yoga.

2.30PM – 4PM

Yoga

A class for everyone – to rebalance the connection between mind, body and breath. Richard Kravetz is the elected London representative of the British Wheel of Yoga and holder of its teaching diploma. Trustee of The Special Yoga Centre.

4PM – 4.30PM

Socialise and Forum

A chance for everyone to get together to share their enthusiasm with Estelle Eugene, co-founder of The Jewish Yoga Network, who will host the forum on ways of evolving and enhancing our lives with yoga with the extra special Jewish element to enthuse and enlighten.

There are some mats available but if you have your own, please bring it.

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JW3 Dance Studio