Stretch, unwind, strengthen and get to know your body during a day of yoga, meditation and celebration at Brighton’s newest and most attractive studio.
Space Yoga Studio welcomes one and all to a day of free yoga classes at the beautifully restored St. Augustine’s Centre for the arts, spirituality and well-being.
The premier studio, which opened in March, offers a wide range of styles from Mindful Flow to Yogasana and is suitable for everyone from total beginners to advanced yogis.
It was set up by experienced yoga teachers Catia and John, who were dedicated to offering professional, unpretentious and joyful classes and workshops to Brighton, led by the finest instructors in town.
For the last three years, following the completion of an expansive 500 hours of teaching training in India, John has taught Vinyasa, Yin and Restorative yoga in London and Goa. He has practised yoga as a discipline, exercise, and philosophical and moral journey, and enjoys yoga as a way of life.
Catia meanwhile has explored many styles of yoga over the past 15 years, and completed two teacher trainings and countless continuous professional courses. She has already taught at some of the top yoga studios in London (such as Indaba, Triyoga and Alchemy), lead dozens of yoga workshops, and taught at yoga festivals all over the UK.
They are joined by a carefully picked team of yoga teachers, with many boasting more than a decade’s experience.
Set in a stunning renovated church dedicated to wellbeing and the arts on the edge of Preston Park, the studio is a nurturing and sacred space where yogis can connect through an eclectic range of yoga and meditation classes among likeminded people.
Free Yoga Day comes to Brighton Fringe 2018 on Sat 19 May at Space Yoga Studio, St Augustine’s Church in Stanford Avenue (near Preston Park), Brighton.