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  • This yin practice will have a focus on ‘balance and breath’

  • Increase circulation

  • Improve flexibility

  • Releases fascia (connective tissue)

  • Increases your ‘self’ awareness about body and mind interactions

  • A yin practice affords you the time to really explore  and feel the asanas and their effects on the mind, body and breath.

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“Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter the flame.” B.K.S. Iyengar”


TYC committee is delighted to inform you of a workshop we will host with Lynda Purvis and Gerry Chambers in March 17th, 18th & 19th -2019

Lynda Purvis has been a qualified Iyengar yoga teacher since 1990. Lynda is from New Zealand where she began yoga in the 80’s. She arrived in the UK after a few years travelling in Asia and started attending yoga classes in London where she trained as a teacher. From 1999 until 2011 Lynda was the co-owner and director of Yogawest in Bristol.  She has been to India on many occasions to attend intensive courses and general classes with the Iyengar family.  Lynda now lives with her partner Gerry in Devon. She continues to visit her NZ her whenua and her family who have moved from Wellington to Tauranga.

Gerry Chambers has been a qualified Iyengar yoga teacher since 1980. He holds a Senior Level 3 teaching certificate. Gerry is from Scotland and became interested in yoga in his mid 20’s when he lived in Canada. He has lived and taught mainly in Edinburgh, London and Bristol in the UK where he set up Yogawest, an Iyengar yoga centre, with his partner Lynda. He now lives in the beautiful county of Devon and travels to India regularly to learn from the Iyengar family. 

This workshop will include asana; pranayama and some yogic philosophy

More information about content timeframes and cost to come soon