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Posted by Rosemary Pharo, Jan 14 2015 10:01AM

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Do you run yoga, qi gong, sound or similar relaxation classes?

The London co-ordinators are sitting planning our London meetings for 2015. We would love to have you showcase your skills at the start of our meetings. So if you run any kind of relaxation class ie yoga, qi gong, sound, breathing therapy etc, please get in touch with one of us - that's

Rosemary Pharo:
Dhanu Kara:
Lavina Carrasco:
Carol Rhoden:

For South Hertfordshire and Surrey and Croydon please email at the moment
Saverio Coppolino
Jan 14 2015 2:39PM
Hi Rosemary,
Here is the contact details to a fabulous Yoga teacher called Sandra. I suggested her to you before for a talk on Ayurvedic Yoga massage for the Bromley meetings. If you are interested in talking to her about this her details arer:
07778 337091
She is based in Canary Wharf I think.
Hope to bump into you again soon.
Rosemary Pharo
Jan 14 2015 6:08PM
Hi Sav
Thank you! YOu've saved me a phone call for her details.
See you soon in Bromley hopefully
Melanie Sutton
Jan 21 2015 12:56PM
Hello Rosemary
I teach Yoga in South London to small groups. I would be very happy to teach some sessions if you are still looking for someone.

My teaching style is Purna Yoga which has its roots and heart in Iyengar Yoga.
Please call if you would like to chat more 07962 549392
All the best Mel
Rosemary Pharo
Jan 21 2015 1:11PM
Thanks Mel
I'll give your details to all the co-ordinators
Bernadette King
Mar 21 2015 1:46PM

If you are still interested in yoga teachers for local meetings, I have been teaching for 25 years and my specialisation is in the health of women, babies & young children. I am based in South East London & teach Well Woman Yoga, which is a therapeutic yoga for women, especially with health conditions associated with reproductive health-anything from unexplained infertility to the menopause; pregnancy yoga; mummy & baby post natal recovery yoga & Family Yoga (for grown ups with children 18 months-4 years).


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