Kirsty’s classes

Gentle Community Flow – Mondays 7.00 – 8.00pm in the Studio

This gentle evening class will be sure to ease you into the week ahead. This class will encompass breath work, movement and meditation to relax the mind and nourish the body. Throughout the classes we will explore elements of yoga philosophy and history. These classes are designed for all abilities and body-types; no experience is necessary.

Proceeds from this class will be donated to a local charity. This month we will begin with Mind Bristol. Mental health issues are on the rise and have had a profound effect on a number of people who are important to me. It really inspires me that there are people in local communities offering resources and support, providing a place for people to be heard and campaigning to reduce stigma.

The Teacher

Hello! I am Kirsty, a Scottish vinyasa yoga teacher based in Bristol. My intention as a yoga teacher is to provide a safe supported space for meditation, relaxation, breath work, movement and self-enquiry. My classes offer an invitation to explore yoga history and philosophy, to let go and to go deeper into the mind and body. My practice is inspired by the world around me, by the wisdom of nature and of the seasons. Whether you are curious about yoga or already have a practice, you are more than welcome to come along to a class, to share the joy of movement and to unwind and relax.

I began yoga as a busy student where the ancient practice served as a beautiful tool to check in with myself. Yoga allowed some perspective on the small trivialities that can often weigh heavy on us in our busy day-to-day lives. I was inspired to go deeper into my practice through meditation and through study of yogic and spiritual traditions. I have always been an avid adventurer and becoming more inquisitive about my own mind and body has provided an exciting new lens through which to learn about the world and has held many discoveries for me. I strongly believe that through becoming more attuned to our own rhythms and cycles, our openings and closings, we can connect and become more compassionate to the people and the natural world around us. This puts us in a much better position to act with kindness and understanding.

I have practised yoga in various countries around the world and completed a 200 hour yoga teacher training with Mudra Yoga in Edinburgh. For me, yoga and meditation are an ongoing daily exploration and one which I approach with curiosity, joy and excitement
I would love for you to come and practice with me!

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